Another reason to attend AUSPACK
Registrations are now open for the 2017 National Technical Forums. Featuring 42 international and local speakers over four days, the 2017 National Technical Forums are another reason to make sure you attend AUSPACK.
The 2017 event will deliver a four-day educational program covering a broad range of topics relating to the theme Innovation and Design.
Keynote speakers will include: Tanya Barden, director economics and sustainability, Australian Food and Grocery Council; Christopher Vains, manager-digital factory, Siemens; Sara Agostino, research analyst, Euromonitor International; John Bigley, managing director, Jamestrong Packaging; Dr Angeline Achiraya, CEO, Food Innovation Centre; and Trish Hyde, CEO, Australian Packaging Covenant.
International speakers will include: Alan Spreckley, global industry segment manager (food and beverage) robotics, ABB Limited; Giulio Ghisolfi, general manager, Idealpack; Paul Irvine, chairman, PMMI; Ben Gunneberg, CEO, PEFC International; Werner Oster, manager packaging technology competence centre, KHS AG; Jonas Komitsch, sales engineer Behn & Bates; Philip Trauboth, sales manager, ALPMA; Steve Davies, director of corporate communications, Nature Works; and speakers from KHS in Germany.
To register to attend the 2017 National Technical Forums, click here.
AUSPACK will be held at Sydney Showground, Olympic Park, from 7–10 March.
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