GCA Participated in 2019 TÜYAP Eurasia Packaging Fair
GCA, bringing an innovative perspective to the glass packaging sector both in Turkey and abroad with its glass packaging products and standing out with its product and service quality; will be attending the 25th Istanbul Eurasia Packaging Fair.
Istanbul Eurasia Packaging Fair, which is in great demand in Turkey, is an event of great importance for the packaging industry, will be held between 23-26 October 2019. GCA will host business partners and exhibition visitors with its booth to be established in Hall 5 in TUYAP Fair and Exhibition Center. GCA will host both local and global food and beverage companies with its expert employees and managers during the fair.GCA will hold talks about new projects, and will convey the importance of glass packaging manufacturing processes and the importance it attributes to technology and innovation.
With Research & Development investments, following technological developments and the glass packaging industry closely, GCA received the design award of the year with the Mai Dubai bottle in the Red Dot Design Competition, which is considered as one of the most prestigious competitions in the world.
GCA, representing Turkey within European Glass Packaging Manufacturers Federation (FEVE) and reflecting the quality and value of all its glass packaging products, is expected to have more visitors than the previous year.
GCA, producing flint (transparent) glass bottles and glass jars, aims to present the highest quality standards to its visitors by highlighting the premium perception that its glass packaging provides to its partner brands. Emphasizing 100% and endless recyclability of glass at every opportunity, GCA aims to raise awareness among all its visitors that glass packaging is an environmentally friendly and sustainable packaging material.
Packaging products, food processing, packaging machinery and equipment will be exhibited together at the 25th Istanbul Eurasian Packaging Fair this year, more than 1,217 companies from 43 countries and 60,000 visitors are expected to attend to the fair.