Calling all packaging and processing speakers
If you work in the packaging, processing, materials or component sectors and you’ve got something to share with your colleagues about packaging and processing innovation and design, now is your chance!
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) and the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), are currently planning the 2017 National Technical Forums that will be held as a part of Packaging & Processing Week in March 2017.
Following a number of highly successful National Technical Forums over the last seven AUSPACK exhibitions, the 2017 National Technical Forum will deliver a three-day educational program covering a broad range of topics relating to the theme Packaging & Processing Innovation & Design.
To be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, 7–9 March 2017, the Packaging & Processing Week National Technical Forums will attract delegates from all facets of the packaging and processing industry from both technologist and management levels (including design, development, marketing, production, engineering, supply chain and logistics personnel) as well as equipment suppliers, raw material providers, users of packaging, retailers and consumers.
Looking for speakers
If you have a suitable speaker and topic that fits under the topic areas for the three-day forums then please access the Call for Speakers Information. The topic list is not limiting and any additional ideas would be welcomed.
The organisers intend to organise the National Technical Forums into breakout sessions to ensure that a diverse range of issues and topics are covered over the three days. A broad range of speakers is sought from all areas of the packaging, processing, materials and component sectors to ensure that the event offers something for everyone.
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