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Engineer joins APPMA board

07-10-2013
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Simon Parker … new appointment
The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) has appointed an engineering expert, Simon Parker, to its Board.
 
Mr Parker is a Solution Engineer at Machinery Automation and Robotics and is responsible for the development and sales of total end-of-line automation solutions in the southern region.
 
He has provided custom packaging and handling solutions to industry for over 12 years – the last three years at Machinery Automation & Robotics. (MAR)
 
MAR has provided solutions from purpose built packaging machinery and palletising lines to storage and retrieval systems and complete warehousing and logistics solutions.
 

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