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AUSPACK PLUS 2011 is out of the box

26-10-2010
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Next year’s AUSPACK PLUS exhibition is expanding to cater for packaging, processing and plastics machinery.

With a theme Out of the Box, the 2011 exhibition will enable processing, plastics and production line companies to showcase their solutions under one roof, alongside packaging and processing machinery.

Recent plastics companies to book their exhibition stands include A&J Australia, Corex, Sonoco and Viscount Plastics.

Many companies will be exhibiting for the first time – including A&J Australia.

“A&J Australia has never exhibited before and we thought that AUSPACK PLUS would provide an opportunity for us to raise our profile for our innovative products in rigid plastic packaging, flexible packaging and pallet wrapping machinery,” said Carl Solomons, Sales Manager for A&J Australia.

“Our new innovation, which we will be showcasing at AUSPACK PLUS 2011 is Titonwrap, which is an A&J manufactured product, is designed to reduce the cost to wrap a pallet,” said Mr Solomons.

“Titonwrap has many benefits, for Occupational Health & Safety – including being light to handle.

“There is no need to stretch it and applying tension excites the film to shrink. Reinforced edges ensure excellent holding power, and there is more yield per unit.  Titonwrap offers a 20 to 30 per cent reduction in cost per metre compared with most  conventional wraps.

A&J Australia has also designed a new fully auto wrapper series that will be launched at AUSPACK PLUS. The Titonwrap AP series is designed for pre-stretch and non pre-stretch wrapping.

AUSPACK PLUS, Australasia’s Premier International multi-platform Exhibition of Packaging, Processing and Plastics Machinery, Materials and Associated Technology, will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from March 22-25.

AUSPACK PLUS 2011
Ph: 02 9556 7993
www.etf.com.au

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