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What does IIP stand for?

IIP stands for Indian Institute of Packaging


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InnoPack F&B 2013 also has other eminent speakers on board including Prabuddha Dasgupta (Ex Group Leader Packaging Development-Foods, Hindustan Unilever), Sameer Mehendale (Associate Vice President Packaging Development, Mondelez), Barun Banerjee (Corporate Packaging Manager SAR, Nestle), Vaibhav Tandon (Vice President Packaging Development, Pepsico), Vince Voron (Associate Vice President and Head of Design, Coca-Cola), Ainain Shahidi (General Manager Worker and Corporate Head-Packaging Strategy, Sahara Q Shop) and BK Karna (Deputy Director and Campus Head, Indian Institute of Packaging Hyderabad) among other industry experts, all of whom are at the centre stage of development of innovative packaging solutions globally.
InnoPack F&B 2013 also has other eminent speakers on board including Prabuddha Dasgupta (Ex Group Leader Packaging Development-Foods, Hindustan Unilever), Sameer Mehendale (Associate Vice President Packaging Development, Mondelez), Barun Banerjee (Corporate Packaging Manager SAR, Nestle), Vaibhav Tandon (Vice President Packaging Development, Pepsico), Vince Voron (Associate Vice President and Head of Design, Coca-Cola), Ainain Shahidi (General Manager Worker and Corporate Head-Packaging Strategy, Sahara Q Shop) and BK Karna (Deputy Director and Campus Head, Indian Institute of Packaging Hyderabad) among other industry experts, all of whom are at the centre stage of development of innovative packaging solutions globally.
Rajiv Dhar, secretary general of the Aseptic Food Processing & Packaging Industry Association of India (AFPPA) and a former director of the Indian Institute of Packaging stressed companies are investing in new packaging technologies because the Indian economy has opened up since the early 1990s, providing consumers with a variety of tastes.