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APPMA appoints new board member

31-08-2010
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The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) has appointed Simon Parker as a new director to its board.

Mr Parker is a solution engineer at Machinery Automation and Robotics, responsible for the development and sales of total end-of-line automation solutions in the southern region.

He has had more than 12 years’ experience in providing custom packaging and handling solutions to industry.

Machinery Automation and Robotics provides solutions from purpose built packaging machinery and palletising lines to storage and retrieval systems and complete warehousing and logistics solutions.

Mr Parker is looking forward to further contributing to the packaging industry in his new role.

The APPMA is Australia’s only association for packaging and processing machinery.

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