Visitor FAQ

A: ProPak Indonesia is the premier processing & packaging trade event for Food, Drink, Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics, and Consumer Products brought together exhibiting companies and buyers. Continuing in its commitment to provide the processing and packaging industries with the latest advancements in machineries, technologies and solutions. The key to overcoming many global challenges and driving industry into the future that will require quality products and efficient solutions to feed a growing population and protect the environment.

ProPak Indonesia is the annual meeting point for large enterprises, SMEs, startups and professionals looking to find and adopt products and services of all scales and sizes to meet their needs, from small to large scale machines and OEM service providers.

A: ProPak Indonesia assembles the most extensive of pioneering products and services from across the globe aiming to provide processing and packaging solutions from upstream to downstream. Click below for more zone details.


A: ProPak Indonesia will happen on :


4 – 6 September 2024


Opening hours:

10.00 – 18.00 / 4-6 Sep (Wed – Thu)

10.00 –17.00 / 6 Sep (Fri)


or in detail you can click About The Show


For more information, please contact us

A: You may pre-register online by visiting our website at Complete the form and click “Submit”. You will receive a confirmation email thereafter. Print the email and present it at the Pre-Registered counter onsite.

Walk-ins are allowed; however, walk-in registrants might experience longer queues.

A: ProPak Indonesia is free of charge, but is only open for trade, business and professional visitors.

A: The general public and minors below the age of 18 will not be permitted to enter the exhibition for safety and security reasons.

A: To serve better and maintain the quality of our visitors, we don’t allow our visitors to wear shorts, sandos and slippers.

A: In compliance with Indonesia’s comprehensive surveillance procedure, recommendations, and the safety guidelines set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO), we have implemented extra safety measures, as follows:

  1. Install infrared thermal scan units and equipment to monitor for fever above 37.5 degree Celsius on concourses for special screening.
  2. Disinfectant spray in service-space and common areas on a daily basis.
  3. Increase frequency of cleaning and assign extra cleaners to sanitize touch points in all areas i.e. lifts, escalators, doorknobs, etc.
  4. Provide hand free sanitizers at all key entrances and information counters.
  5. Increase extra cleaning and filters changing of air-conditioning units.
  6. Operate air ventilation of all areas before service-hours on daily basis.
  7. Provide knowledge and signage of safety guidelines and the symptoms that may relate to the virus on public areas with the contact of Department of Disease Control Hotline 112.