PACK EXPO Facilities & Infrastructure Directory CONTACT SALES

Exhibitors in the design/build and plant facilities & infrastructure market segment need a way to break through the online clutter more than ever. This new directory, printed, bound in The Processing Zone Showcase issue and mailed to 15,000 highly targeted individuals, calls attention to the audience you are trying to reach in a vehicle that is specifically designed for you and your target prospects. In addition to reaching individuals with key titles, the directory will reach those companies who are explicitly expanding their plants.

Print distribution

  • The print version is sent to anyone who registers for the show AND meets one or both of the following criteria:
    • Prospects in PMMI’s database who specifically indicated upcoming plans for plant expansion
    • Key titles such as plant managers, plant engineers, and select senior engineering and manufacturing management titles
    • Specifies interest in Plant Facilities, Infrastructure & Operations at registration
  • Distribution is 15,000 individuals as part of The Processing Zone Showcase issue

Digital distribution

  • Sent by e-mail as a PDF to ProFood World and Packaging World audience segments with plant operations, engineering or management duties
  • Distribution to 37,000 individuals

What your listing includes

  • Your listing includes a logo, brief exhibit description and photo
  • The directory is divided into the following four sections.
  • Companies are listed in alphabetical order within each section. This is what attendees told us they prefer to see. (Not sorted by booth.)
  • Full-page ads are interleaved with listings in the appropriate section on a first-come, first-served basis.

Categories:

  • Building infrastructure 
  • Plant operations
  • Utilities & ventilation
  • Design/build & engineering services

Awareness
Print
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Awareness
Print
PACK EXPO Las Vegas
PACK EXPO Intl.

SALES REPS SHOULD KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND:

Qualifying question on the reg form: "Are there plans to build, expand or modify any physical plant infrastructure?"

Will also be sent to plant managers, plant engineers, and select senior engineering and manufacturing management titles.

SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGNS

Each listing contains:

• Logo
• Headline
• Description - about 45 words or 300 characters
• Photo
• We’ll assign a shortened URL that redirects to your virtual exhibit

PACK EXPO facilities & infrastructure directory:

The best and only way to reach these buyers

We spoke to actual PACK EXPO attendees about this directory, and all agreed, the need for this directory is long overdue:

"I would be much more interested in this than an equipment directory. These types of services and products are much harder to qualify than equipment. I ended up using local flooring guys when I couldn't find a food-grade floor company, and that was a mistake. There are always building projects in my plant that we are working on. There are six active building projects that I need to find suppliers or contractors for right now. Building services is way bigger than most people think. The building is the backbone, the main thing, bigger than the equipment."

-- President of a growing company in the high-pressure processing space, one plant.

 

"This would be useful. I'd like a description of what each company does, what kinds of products or services they provide."

-- VP of Engineering at a company that makes salad dressings and dips

 

"I am personally really interested in things other than just the big packaging players. I like facilities & infrastructure suppliers at your show, I spend at least a day trying to go these guys. I am always looking at how are services being provided to manufacturers differently. If I had a directory, it would help me know who to focus on. If I were a supplier and I were paying to be at PACK EXPO, I would want to be able to stand out and want to be seen, and you are not going to stand out by the size or location of your booth or by your name. I think this directry is a really novel idea."

--Former VP of Engineering at Kraft foods, currently food & beverage consultant.

 

"A directory like this would be useful because if you are looking for these types of companies, they are all dispersed across the floor because the focus is on the OEMs."

--Senior manufacturing VP at a growing company with 13 plants.

 

"This is a good idea. While we do rely on our construction contractors for finding these kinds of vendors, the downside is we only get to see the suppliers they work with, versus getting exposed to what’s on the market. A directory like this would definitely be interesting for me to look at, to see for example who’s making doors these days. That would be hugely helpful. Also, the design/build firms really need to be in this directory so that it’s easier to find them at PACK EXPO. The same with system integrators. We use system integrators very much, and we have gotten to the point where have burned out on some we’ve used, and we are looking for new system integrators to use on projects. I'd love to be able to have a resource, a place to go to find somebody new to work with."

--Engineering directory at Fortune 100 beverages CPG

We spoke to actual PACK EXPO attendees about this directory, and all agreed, the need for this directory is long overdue:

"I would be much more interested in this than an equipment directory. These types of services and products are much harder to qualify than equipment. I ended up using local flooring guys when I couldn't find a food-grade floor company, and that was a mistake. There are always building projects in my plant that we are working on. There are six active building projects that I need to find suppliers or contractors for right now. Building services is way bigger than most people think. The building is the backbone, the main thing, bigger than the equipment."

-- President of a growing company in the high-pressure processing space, one plant.

 

"This would be useful. I'd like a description of what each company does, what kinds of products or services they provide."

-- VP of Engineering at a company that makes salad dressings and dips

 

"I am personally really interested in things other than just the big packaging players. I like facilities & infrastructure suppliers at your show, I spend at least a day trying to go these guys. I am always looking at how are services being provided to manufacturers differently. If I had a directory, it would help me know who to focus on. If I were a supplier and I were paying to be at PACK EXPO, I would want to be able to stand out and want to be seen, and you are not going to stand out by the size or location of your booth or by your name. I think this directry is a really novel idea."

--Former VP of Engineering at Kraft foods, currently food & beverage consultant.

 

"A directory like this would be useful because if you are looking for these types of companies, they are all dispersed across the floor because the focus is on the OEMs."

--Senior manufacturing VP at a growing company with 13 plants.

 

"This is a good idea. While we do rely on our construction contractors for finding these kinds of vendors, the downside is we only get to see the suppliers they work with, versus getting exposed to what’s on the market. A directory like this would definitely be interesting for me to look at, to see for example who’s making doors these days. That would be hugely helpful. Also, the design/build firms really need to be in this directory so that it’s easier to find them at PACK EXPO. The same with system integrators. We use system integrators very much, and we have gotten to the point where have burned out on some we’ve used, and we are looking for new system integrators to use on projects. I'd love to be able to have a resource, a place to go to find somebody new to work with."

--Engineering directory at Fortune 100 beverages CPG


PACK EXPO facilities & infrastructure directory:

The best and only way to reach these buyers