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AUSPACK PLUS 2013 is a sell out

31-08-2010
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Floorspace for next month’s AUSPACK PLUS 2013 exhibition in Sydney is sold out, with the biggest number of exhibitors in the event’s history.

According to Mr Luke Kasprzak, Event Manager, AUSPACK PLUS, visitors can expect to see over 1100 brands and 302 individual exhibitors, including 76 internationals – the largest ever the exhibition has had under one roof.

AUSPACK PLUS 2013, to be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from May 7-10, is a “must-attend” exhibition on Australian packaging and processing.

For the first time visitors can download an AUSPACK PLUS app to find out more about products and brands on display.

The app can be downloaded at: auspack.mobi by typing it into the address bar of your device's browser or visit www.auspackplus.com.au.

AUSPACK PLUS is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), Australia’s only national packaging and processing machinery organisation.

Registration is free to all trade visitors and is available at: www.auspackplus.com.au

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