none

Space selling fast for AUSPACK PLUS 2013

31-08-2010
by 
in 
Space selling fast for AUSPACK PLUS 2013

More than 1900sqm of space has been sold for next year’s AUSPACK PLUS exhibition since its launch less than three months ago.

“The level of industry support the 2013 exhibition is receiving 15 months in advance is a true indication of the strong brand, says event manager Luke Kasprzak

“AUSPACK PLUS is the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery and materials exhibition in Australia and is a recognised vehicle to showcase what’s new  in manufacturing and packaging technology,” Mr Kasprzak says.

“We have already had a significant sign-up for stands from companies that include HMPS, JL Lennard, ABB Australia, Accuweigh, insignia, ERC Packaging, Heat & Control, Fibre King, KHS Pacific, Kiel Industries, Linco Food Systems, Propac Industrial, Nordson Australia, Walls Machinery, Matthews Intelligent Solutions, TNA Australia, Fallsdell Machinery, Contract Packaging Systems and RML Engineering.

AUSPACK PLUS 2013 will be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from May 7-10 next year.

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

To receive a prospectus on exhibiting at AUSPACK PLUS 2013, contact Luke Kasprzak, Event Manager on Ph: 02 9556 7972 or email LKasprzak@etf.com.au

 

Related news & editorials

  1. 22.02.2019
    22.02.2019
    by      In
    Early in 2018, Lifting Victoria was appointed as an authorised agent for Hyva, a leading manufacturer of truck cranes, and skip and hook loaders.
    Since the appointment, Lifting Victoria has experienced continued growth in providing truck crane installation services to clients across Victoria, but... Read More
  2. 21.02.2019
    21.02.2019
    by      In
    As information technology (IT) departments become more sophisticated and improve their identification and response to cybersecurity breaches, many manufacturing companies (particularly at the SME scale) are becoming more susceptible to cyber attacks via their operational technology (OT).
    According... Read More
  3. 19.02.2019
    19.02.2019
    by      In
    The adoption of artificial intelligence is rapidly growing in the workplace; however, to take full advantage of the opportunities, businesses need to overcome lingering doubts from their customers and employees, according to new research from Genpact, a global professional services firm focused on... Read More
  4. 19.02.2019
    19.02.2019
    by      In
    The 2018 needles in strawberries episode served as a warning to all of Australian industry: failure to take security seriously can have disastrous consequences. However, it also served to highlight just how vulnerable manufacturing industry is to malicious acts, whether by disgruntled employees or... Read More