Published 29-11-2016

AUSPACK 2017 EXPANDS

29-11-2016

After being completely booked out AUSPACK 2017 is set to expand its exhibition space, making it the biggest Sydney show in AUSPACK's history. 

The show, which will be held at Sydney Showground in Sydney Olympic Park over the 7th to the 10th of March, has sold its original allocation of stands, and has responded to popular demand by making the decision to expand into the adjoining hall 3B, increasing the space avaliable to prospective exhibitors.

Event Director Luke Kasprzak says that the expansion will see the show to be the biggest show in its Sydney history with its largest offering ever, featuring a large number of new event features, an all-inclusive educational program, awards, and unparalelled networking opportunities.

He further adds that “a number of new stands have been added and we are confident this highly sought after space will sell out very quickly”.

AUSPACK, being Australia's leading packaging and processing exhibition, has consistently attracted hundreds of industry leaders to attend and host booths, year after year. Features and spotlights change and evolve in response to the wider Australian market. 

“Each show we grow the processing side of AUSPACK, and this will continue in 2017 with more exhibitors providing more processing machinery and solutions than ever before. Processing Day will be launched as part of AUSPACK highlighting the latest and best the industry has to offer. Growth in this sector has certainly contributed to the continuous expansion of AUSPACK," said Kasprzak.

“If you want to reach buyers from fast moving consumer goods to pharmaceutical, manufacturing to materials handling, consumers to chemicals and automotive to printing, now is the time to get involved. AUSPACK has once again proven to be the place where professionals meet to do business, look for inspiration and learn about best practices for their industries." 

To book your stand please contact Peter Wyszenko:

+61 2 9556 8753

pwyszenko@etf.com.au

http://www.auspack.com.au/

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