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APPMA Welcomes New Board Member

19-10-2012
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Derek Ford

The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) announced today that they have welcomed a new Director to the Board, Derek Ford.

Derek Ford is the National Sales & Marketing Manager for the Automation division at Visy which has its head office located in Melbourne. A qualified Mechanical Engineer, Derek has over fifteen years’ experience in Packaging Automation including project delivery, robotics, materials handling as well as high and low speed case erecting and packing systems covering most FMCG sectors.

Derek returns to the APPMA Board effective September 2012, having held a position from 2006 to 2008. The APPMA National Board welcomes Derek Ford and looks forward to working with him again.   

Log on to www.appma.com.au and see more information about Australia’s only association for packaging and processing machinery.
 

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