All systems go for AUSPACK PLUS 2011


About 50 per cent of exhibition stands have already been sold for Australia’s largest biennial packaging, processing and plastics machinery and materials exhibition – AUSPACK PLUS.

“AUSPACK PLUS is gearing up to be the ‘must-attend’ event for March 2011, said Rob Keen, Event Director, Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (ETF).

Robert Marguccio, Australian Manager – Packaging for Heat and Control, said AUSPACK PLUS has always been an important show for Heat and Control.

“With the show’s new format, in terms of incorporating processing, plastics and other ancillary products and services, we look forward to a wider audience attending the show,” Mr Marguccio said.

Heat and Control plan to showcase high speed cartoning technology from Langen, along with Ishida’s high-speed tray sealer at AUSPACK PLUS. 

Peter Hutchings, Managing Director, FlexLink Systems said: “We look forward to bringing to our customers our comprehensive range of conveyor systems including our new X45 and Stainless steel solutions, software, line control and pallet systems during AUSPACK PLUS. 

“We see this exhibition as a fantastic way to communicate and demonstrate our company’s products and capability to our broad range of customers.”

AUSPACK PLUS is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association, Australia’s only national packaging and processing machinery organisation. 

AUSPACK PLUS will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from March 22-25.

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