Christmas party with a difference

Australian Institute of Packaging

Tuesday, 13 December, 2016


Over 170 people from the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) and the QLD Supply Chain and Logistics Conference (QSCLC) spent their Christmas party packing hampers for those in need.

More than 1100 hampers were packed for food relief charity Foodbank, including 800 family hampers, 200 ladies’ packs and 110 children’s packs, comprising over $120,000 worth of items that were either donated, or the funds raised for, by the industry.

The event was supported by Campbells Arnotts, Colgate, Ego Pharmaceuticals, Edex, Tip Top GW Foods, All Purpose Transport, Office Max, BDO, APPMA, Orora, Linde Forklifts, Coles and Department of Housing and Public Works.

Over the last five years, the team has packed 5400 hampers to the value of almost $660,000 for people in need.

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