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SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR 2015 APPMA INDUSTRY EXCELLENCE AWARDS

01-12-2014
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Submissions are open for the 2015 APPMA Industry Excellence Awards to be announced at the Crown Casino Complex Melbourne on March 25, next year.

The biennial Industry Excellence Awards, hosted by The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), are designed to recognise innovative and outstanding packaging and processing solutions within the industry.

“Companies that enter these biennial awards are recognised for their contribution and outstanding achievements against their peers within the wider packaging industry and we encourage everyone to enter,” said Mr Mark Dingley Chairman, APPMA.

Awards categories include Export Achievement Award, Design Achievement Award, Customer Partnership Award, the Imported Equipment Award, Best New Product Award and the APPMA Scholarship. 

The 2015 APPMA Industry Excellence Awards are supported by Agility, Midway Metals, PKN and SMC.

Submissions are due no later than Friday, January 30, next year.

All companies within the packaging industry are encouraged to enter, including non-APPMA members.

Submission forms are available at: appma@appma.com.au

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