[POSTPONED] The Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) trade show
Due to the coronavirus threat, the organizer of PLMA 2020, in coordination with the local authorities, took the decision to postpone the show from the 2nd of December to the 3rd of December 2020.
For more than 30 years, the Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) international trade show has brought the world of large-scale food and non-food distribution together each year. Over 2,700 companies from more than 70 countries and regions come to present their latest products and ideas to more than 16,000 buyers and visitors from 120 different countries.
Display your products under a distributor’s brand
By participating in our collective stand, you will benefit from all of the visibility and logistical support you need to meet manufacturers and wholesalers and promote your products to supermarkets, hypermarkets, discounters and purchasing groups from five different continents.
The registration fee for our stand is €300.00. This includes a 6m2 area equipped with furniture and standardised signage.
In addition, the PLMA fees consist of:
- €1,500.00 for an annual subscription, to be paid directly to the association, if you become a member of the PLMA International Council (the subscription provides access, for a year, to all PLMA trade shows and to PLMA information – market data collected by Nielsen, etc.);
- €2,500.00 as a non-member exhibitor.
Lower your fees by joining the PLMA International Council
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