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PROCESSING DAY TO FEATURE AT AUSPACK 2017

13-12-2016
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AUSPACK 2017 will see an even greater focus on processing machinery, with a strong line-up of exhibitors and the first ever AUSPACK Processing Day to be held on the second day of the show - Wednesday 8th March 2017.

Processing machinery has always been a critical focus for the Auspack events, and it will continue to be a central feature in 2017 with an impressive list of processing companies that have already signed up to exhibit.

According to Mr Luke Kasprzak, Portfolio Director – Industrial Division, Exhibitions and Trade Fairs, "companies such as TNA Australia, Heat & Control, Walls Machinery, Krones and JL Lennard are just some of the processing exhibitors returning in 2017." 

“In addition we have international processing companies such as Haver & Boecker and FB Propak as well as local Viking Food Solutions and first time exhibitors Aurora Process Solutions also exhibiting next year,” Kasprzak said.

As processing is something that touches on all areas of manufacturing, it is no wonder that there is a sizeable amount of interest in the topic. 

Processing Day will feature multiple streams, with dedicated educational sessions, workshops, meetings and networking gatherings. Processors and processing machinery suppliers will discuss the key issues facing the industry, and visitors can find out how the latest technology can help them to overcome those issues.

“The processing equipment side of Auspack continues to grow with more processing content then ever before. This will add true value to the visitor experience at the show so we encourage anyone involved in processing to register and attend this main event for processing and packaging industries,” said Kasprzak. 

Auspack 2017 will be held on the 7-10 March at the Sydney Showground and free registration is now open. To register, visit http://www.auspack.com.au

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