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APPMA welcomes new member

31-08-2010
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The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) have welcomed Ferag Australia as a new member company to the Association.

Ferag Australia, as part of the WRH Marketing Group, has a long history of supplying turnkey solutions to the newspaper and commercial print market.

Recently, using the expertise gained from this business and with their unique range of Denipro products, they have expanded and diversified into supply and installation of speciality conveyor systems for the food and packaging markets.

Denipro and Ferag are wholly owned subsidiaries of the WRH Marketing group of companies based in Switzerland, where all their design, development and manufacturing is carried out. On the world stage they have 1100 employees and have been in business for over 50 years.

 

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