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REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR AUSPACK NATIONAL TECHNICAL FORUMS

29-01-2015
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With eight internationals and 37 speakers covering an extensive range of topics over four-days, AUSPACK’s 2015 National Technical Forums should not be missed.

Registrations are now available for the 2015 National Technical Forums, which will be held as a part of Packaging & Processing Week, in conjunction with AUSPACK.

AUSPACK, Australia's Premier International Exhibition of Packaging and Processing Machinery, Material and Associated Technology, will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from March 24-27.

The 2015 Forums are designed to deliver a four-day educational program covering a broad range of topics relating to the theme Open Innovation & Collaboration.

Keynote speakers include Innes Willox, CEO, Australian Industry Group, Jane Anderson, Personal Branding Expert and Author or IMPACT, Adam Robinson, Senior Packaging Technologist, Coles, Chris Smith, General Manager – Sales & Marketing, Orora Beverage and Daniel Grimsey, Packaging Analyst, Euromonitor.

International Speakers include Klas Bengtsson, Global Product Manager, ABB Robotics, Dr Bradley Fain, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Steve Davies, Director of Corporate Communications, Nature Works, Oliver Trodel, Product Support, Competence Centre Filling Technology, KHS, Peter Buchhauser, Head of Sales Asia Pacific, Krones, Toru Ichikawa, Managing Director, Hosokawa Yoko, Cooper Tyo, Asia Pacific Business Manager, Automated Packaging Systems and Gurjinder Singh, Area Sales Manager, Oceania and NW US, Tomra Sorting Solutions.

Other speakers include Dr Barbara Butow, Senior Scientist, Food Standards ANZ, Marlene Cronje-Vermeulen MAIP, Packaging Technologist, Diageo Australia, Jackie Smiles, Environment & Sustainability Manager, Blackmores, Stephen Pahl, Research Scientist, SARDI and Jacqui Wilson-Smith, Global Head of Marketing & Innovation.

Sponsors include Integrated Machinery, GE, KHS, GunnLab, Metalprint, Rockwell Automation, UPM Raflatac, Wellman Packaging and Comrack Packaging. 

To register to attend the 2015 National Technical Forums visit the events section on www.aipack.com.au or http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=18

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