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APPMA appoints two new directors

14-02-2012
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Two new directors have been appointed to the National Board of the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA).

Mark Krygger, Manager Packaging Systems and Services, AMCOR Fibre Packaging, Melbourne and Brad Jeavons, National Sales Manager, insignia, Brisbane joined the 8-member board late last year.
Mr Krygger has had more than 25 years experience in packaging and packaging equipment.

He has held a variety of roles at both Visyboard Packaging Systems and in his current role at AMCOR Fibre Packaging. He is currently managing all the AMCOR customer equipment assets, as well as providing packaging equipment solutions to their customer base.

Mr Jeavons is the National Sales Manager for insignia and is responsible for sales for the hardware, software and service division of insignia. insignia is part of the Winson Group of companies which also includes Signet. He has been part of insignia for over 11 years. The company supplies and services everything from automated, desk top and portable labelling and coding equipment and software systems through to labels, pallet wrap, tapes, and much more in relation to packaging materials.

Mr Jeavons has worked in this industry servicing a wide range of customers during his career including manufacturing plants, warehouses, hospitals, retail companies, Defence Force, transport, mining and farming.

The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association is the only national organisation to represent the packaging and processing machinery industry.

Members include manufacturers and importers who are major suppliers to the food, beverage, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, veterinary and household packaging industries.

Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA)
Ph: 1300 787 122
www.appma.com.au

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