Japan’s Largest* B to B Show for Beverage / Liquid Food Manufacturing
*"Largest" in reference to the exhibitor number of trade shows with the same concept.
Your target customers gather under one roof
Source: The questionnaire of Drink JAPAN 2018
Major beverage/food manufacturers visit
(excerpts, in alphabetical order) Source: List of visited companies in 2018
5 specialised exhibit zones bring your target customers
You can find distributors/importers onsite
To expand your business in Japan/Asia, it is very important to have good contacts with distributors/importers. Exhibit at Drink JAPAN 2019 to find distributors and importers.
Technical conference brings high-quality visitors to the show.
Total of 70* sessions for professionals will be held during the 3-day show period, covering the industry trends, merchandise development examples, latest technology trends and beyond.
Keynote Session from Drink JAPAN 2018
- "How Can Japanese Beverage Industry Make a Great Progress?"
by Katsuhiko Kishigami, President, ASAHI SOFT DRINKS Co., Ltd.
Special Session from Drink JAPAN 2018 (excerpt)
- "The Future of Sustainability -- Global Companies' Vision and Practice"
by Titoy Francisco, Executive Vice President, General Manager, Technical, Coca-Cola (Japan) Co., Ltd.
- "Industry 4.0 in Beverage Manufacturing -- Latest Case Studies"
by Timo Frankl, Head of Sales Digitalization Asia/Pacific, KRONES AG
Raffaele Pace, Vice President Product & Platform Management, Sidel Group
Matthias Schopp, Director Engineering Systems, KHS GmbH
Exhibitors provide their presentations to the visitors, promotiong their latest products/technologies
Exhibitors' Presentations from Drink JAPAN 2018 (excerpt)
- "Efficient mixing process of powdered and liquid materials"
by GEA PROCESS ENGINEERING LTD.
- "How to work with KeyKeg, the unique one-way keg solution"
by LIGHTWEIGHT CONTAINERS BV - KEYKEG - UNIKEG
The numbers of exhibitors/countries (including co-exhibitors) and visitors (including concurrent shows) on this website are forecasts. These numbers may differ from the actual numbers at the show.