Registration open for packaging forum


The program and registration form is now available for the Australian Institute of Packaging’s (AIP) biennial National Technical Forum.

The forum will be held in conjunction with AUSPACK PLUS at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on March 23 and 24 next year.  

The AIP National Technical Forum brings together packaging technologists and other Members of the AIP to discuss current advancements and technologies in packaging.

With a theme of The Packaging Supply Chain, more than 35 speakers are expected to address the Forum.

Speakers include Associate Professor Brian Burns from the School of Industrial Design, Carleton University, Canada, Ian Hayes FAIP, Group Packaging Manager, HJ Heinz Australia, Travis Fuller, Senior Brand Manager, Casella Wines, Mathew Heaver AAIP, Implementation Manager – Retail Ready, K-Mart Australia, Paul Haberland FAIP, Corporate Packaging Specialist, Nestle Oceania, Bassam Hallak, Global Segment Director-Food, Avery Dennison and Rick Fox, Vice Chairman of the US Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute.

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