AUSPACK 2015 on track to break records
With AUSPACK 2015 less than three months away, the line-up of multinational companies set to exhibit is continuing to grow.
According to Luke Kasprzak, portfolio director - industrial division, Exhibition and Trade Fairs, “AUSPACK 2015 is expected to be our largest show to date in both size and number of exhibitors.
“Companies like Premier Tech Chronos, BEUMER Group, Biotec Solutions Australia and Mettler Toledo will be showcasing their latest solutions with many of the multinationals running moving packaging machinery and equipment on their stands,” Kasprzak said.
Ingo Jonas, managing director, Premier Tech Chronos (PTC), added that he believes that exhibiting at AUSPACK assists the company’s brand awareness and growth potential in the Oceania market.
“PTC believes that AUSPACK is the only interesting and innovative packaging trade show in Oceania. We are looking forward to showcasing our entire portfolio at AUSPACK, including our new vertical form fill and seal systems (VFFS) and new hygienic open mouth bagging machine in an interactive way,” Jonas said.
BEUMER Group will be showcasing a series of solutions including the fillpac filling machine and redesigned stretch hood range. BEUMER Group is an international manufacturing leader in intralogistics in the fields of conveying, loading, palletising, packaging, sortation and distribution technology.
With such an expansive line-up of exhibitors and working equipment being showcased at AUSPACK, to be held 24-27 March 2015 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, attendance is a must.
AUSPACK is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA). For more information on exhibiting and visitor registrations visit www.auspack.com.au.
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