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AUSPACK PLUS a ‘must-attend’ event for 2011

27-07-2010
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Organisers of AUSPACK PLUS 2011, the largest biennial packaging, processing and plastics machinery and materials exhibition for Australia and NZ, have reported strong response from exhibitors.

With eight months remaining until the launch, AUSPACK PLUS 2011, is shaping to be a huge success.

One company, Fibre King, has exhibited at every AUSPACK since its inception 25 years ago.

"Fibre King has never missed an AUSPACK in the last 25 years and we are really looking forward to being a part of the broader AUSPACK PLUS in 2011, says Earle Roberts, Chief Executive Officer.

“Exhibiting at AUSPACK PLUS in March next year is an important part of our overall marketing strategy. There is no doubt that Fibre King have benefited from the exposure gained through not only participation as an exhibitor but also through the APPMA Excellence Awards that we have been awarded over the years,” Mr Roberts said.

“Fibre King maintains a leadership position in the Australian end of line packaging industry, and AUSPACK PLUS provides us with a regular opportunity to interact with our local client base. Our 2011 stand will focus on new Fibre King industry-specific innovations,” he said.

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.

Exhibitions and Trade Fairs Pty Ltd
Ph: 07 3278 6461

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