Big focus on plastics at AUSPACK PLUS 2011


AUSPACK PLUS continues its expansion in to the plastics arena with the bioplastics pavilion at this month’s event at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre.

The bioplastics pavilion has been specifically designed for member companies of the Australasian Bioplastics Association, with more than 47 plastics exhibitors on show.

Plastics companies exhibiting at AUSPACK PLUS 2011 include A&J Australia, Alternate Engineering Components, Australian Warehouse Solutions, B.I. Packaging, BioBag Australia, BioPak, BP Plastics, Brenner International, Cardia Bioplastics,  CMTP Packaging, Corex Plastics (Australia), Dongguan Huayuan Packaging, Engineering & Export Services, ERC Packaging, Flexco, Foster Packaging, Great Silver Pack Shenzhen, Hislop and Barley Australia, ITW Zip-Pak Australia, Jl Lennard, Kiel Industries, La Party Corporation, Morinex, Morrison Enterprises, Motion Solutions Australia, NatureWorks LLC, Ningbo Asia Plastics Technology, Perfect Packaging, Plantic Technologies, Rexnord Australia, Reynolds Automation Controls, Sancell, SCHUTZ DSL, Shanghai Drae Packaging Materials, Shantou Dachuan Machines,  Shantou Linghail Plastics Packaging Factory, Singapore Jackway International, Techno-Pak, Toplas Plastic Products, Viscount Plastics, Wellman Packaging, Westside Packaging Systems and Zero Plastic.    

AUSPACK PLUS, to be held from March 22-25, is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association.

Attendance is free. To register visit:

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