Getting ready already for AUSPACK 2021
Planning is well underway for the processing and packaging trade event AUSPACK 2021, with phased exhibitor applications opening on 17 September. The biennial event will be held at the Sydney Showground on 25–28 May 2021.
Mark Dingley, Chairman of the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), which owns AUSPACK, said, “With a record show in 2019, our 2021 event is already looking exciting.”
Key initiatives developed in 2019 will again be part of the future-driven AUSPACK 2021.These include the AUSPACK Business and Industry Conference and the APPMA Awards of Excellence, along with interactive tools to enhance visitors’ experiences.
Businesses that innovate across the spectrum of processing technologies, packaging machinery, sustainable packaging, active and intelligent packaging, digital printing, packaging for ecommerce, ‘last-mile’ solutions, Industry 4.0, factories of the future, artificial intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality are encouraged to apply for exhibition space.
The 2021 exhibition-space application process will include four phases:
Phase 1: 17 September–1 October 2019: open to APPMA members who have previously exhibited in Sydney (AUSPACK 2017) with the opportunity to secure their previous space or similar, if unavailable.
Phase 2: 2–29 October 2019: open to all APPMA members.
Phase 3: 30 October–27 November 2019: open to all previous Sydney (AUSPACK 2017) exhibitors, with the opportunity to secure their previous space or similar if unavailable.
Phase 4: 28 November 2019, through to 2021 event until sold out: open to all potential exhibitors on a first come, first served basis.
AUSPACK 2021 will be held at the Sydney Showground on 25–28 May 2021.
For more information, visit www.auspack.com.au.
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