SIG Combibloc Obeikan Returns to Gulfood

SIG Combibloc Obeikan (SIG CBOB), one of the world’s leading systems and solutions provider for aseptic packaging and filling machines for food and beverages, returns to Gulfood Manufacturing for its consecutive year from October 29 to 31, at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) with a three-day action-packed programme around its innovative solutions and products to be launched for the first time in the MEA market.

The Swiss-Saudi Arabian joint venture will feature its value proposition across four zones in its booth: Smart Factory, Product Innovation & Differentiation, Connected Packs. The booth will also present end to end solutions that maintain the highest standards of operational performance and sustainability.

Visitors will be able to see a new range of differentiated products and solutions designed to respond to customers’ needs and convey their brand’s unique identity.

Abdelghany Eladib, Chief Operating Officer, SIG CBOB, said: “We witness a major shift in the food and beverage market accompanied with a significant change in consumers’ behaviors and demands. We are dedicated to expanding our portfolios of packaging products and solutions to reflect these demands. With Gulfood being the premier event in the FMCG industry, it represents the ideal platform for us to showcase our latest products and solutions.”

He adds: “With the leverage of connectivity between information technology and factory operations, the increased demand for efficient adaptation of production processes, for optimisation of overall equipment effectiveness and for reduction of operational costs, we continue working in partnership with our customers in the MEA region to offer them tailored solutions to deliver state-of-the-art innovations to optimise plant procedures, efficiency and performance.”

SIG CBOB’s disruptive differentiation and value-adding solutions are helping food and beverage manufacturers take advantage of new opportunities in order to enhance their offering while accelerating their growth.

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