The Australian Institute of Packaging will be running workshops and a one-day training course on Flexible Packaging, to provide training to the ASEAN region.
The winners of the WorldStar Packaging Awards have been announced, with Australian and New Zealand companies earning 13 wins across six categories.
Entries are open for the 2020 Australasian Packaging & Innovation Awards, which recognise those who have contributed to the packaging industry.
The Australian Institute of Packaging will address the role of food packaging in minimising food waste at the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be joining the official partner program for Pack Expo Las Vegas from 23–25 September 2019.
AIP members will visit the O-I cullet production plant in Queensland in August.
The AIP, in partnership with the APCO, has developed a new training course entitled 'Tools to help you meet the 2025 National Packaging Targets: PREP & ARL'.
Radix Nutrition, ILNAM Estate, Lactote, and Caps and Closures have been recognised at the 2019 WorldStar Packaging Awards in Prague.
The winners of the 2019 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA) include PACT Group, Punchbowl Packaging and SPC Ardmona.
Members of the Australian Institute of Packaging in Victoria recently volunteered at Foodbank Yarraville to pack approximately 18,268 meals for the community.
Numerous companies and individuals have been announced as finalists for the 2019 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA).
The Australian Institute of Packaging has announced the winner of the 2019 APPMA Scholarship is Janell Siek, Packaging Technologist at Nestlé Australia.
Alexandra Brayshaw explained how winning an APPMA scholarship and attaining her Diploma in Packaging Technology from the AIP has helped boost her career.
The 2019 Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA) will include a new award category for labelling and decoration.
ANZ packaging technologist Keith Chessell has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the World Packaging Organisation for his contribution to the packaging industry.
Australian and New Zealand companies and individuals are encouraged to enter the 2019 Packaging Innovation & Design Awards.
Packaging New Zealand's annual Scholarship program offers the opportunity to complete a Diploma in Packaging Technology to the value of $9000.
A half-day training course, Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design, will help attendees make their packaging meet environmental challenges.
The AIP site visit will allow attendees to see where brands like Bundaberg Rum, Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker and UDL are blended and packed.
The AIP and Surface Coatings Association Australia will be holding a technical dinner in Victoria on 3 October to discuss disruptive packaging design.
The 'Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design' course aims to help businesses answer 'war on waste' questions.
Holmesglen Institute of TAFE has launched a Digital Print Centre, which AIP members and industry colleagues can visit on 5 September.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has announced it will continue to support Foodbank through the new Victorian Warehousing Volunteer Program.
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The Australian Institute of Packaging and the Society of Plastic Engineers are hosting a joint technical dinner to discuss consumer and environmental trends in plastics.
Saurabh Narula has attained the latest Certified Packaging Professional (CPP) designation for the industry.
Time is running out to register for the Australian Institute of Packaging's (AIP) 2018 Influential Women Mentoring Program for Australasia.
A mentoring program especially for women involved in the Australian, New Zealand and Asian packaging industries, organised by the Australian Institute of Packaging, is open for registrations.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has invited speakers to submit an application to present a paper at its 2018 National Conference.
The food industry often has trouble finding staff competent in food packaging processes and design, including new product design. It's time the industry takes some responsibility for this issue and invests in the training of staff. If future employees finish their education well prepared to enter the workforce the whole industry will benefit.
During Interpack 2017 it was formally announced that AIP will be the World host Packaging Organisation (WPO) member for the 2018 WorldStar Awards, said to be the pre-eminent international awards in packaging.
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The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be at Interpack 2017 from 4–10 May, where it will display the Save Food Packaging Award winners for Australia and New Zealand.
AIP members and industry colleagues are invited to a site visit at SMC Pneumatics in Castle Hill, NSW on Wednesday, 10 May.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has welcomed a new national president and new board at its annual general meeting, held alongside AUSPACK 2017.
A new book available from the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) examines how and why leading companies are taking responsibility for the environmental impact of their products and packaging.
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.
Submissions for the 2017 Save Food Packaging Awards close on 20 January.
Time is running out to make submissions for the Packaging & Processing Innovation & Design Awards!
Over 170 people from packaging and logistics industry groups spent their Christmas party packing hampers for those in need.
The AIP and the APPMA are currently at the planning stage for the 2017 National Technical Forums, set to be held during Packaging & Processing Week from 6–10 March 2017.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) and the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) have established the Packaging & Processing Innovation and Design Awards for Australia.
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!
Three leading sustainable packaging experts will discuss the latest trends and innovations in sustainable packaging at a free seminar at Foodtech Packtech on Wednesday, 12 October.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will host a free seminar on 'Understanding Sustainable Packaging Innovations & Trends' during Foodtech Packtech.
The Australian Institute of Packaging, in conjunction with the Surface Coatings Association Australia, will hold a technical dinner on Wednesday, 5 October in Melbourne.
The AIP will present a half-day training course on 'Owning It: A Creative's Guide to Copyright, Contracts and the Law' for Australians working in creative industries and running their own businesses.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be running a half-day training course on accessible packaging design.
The AIP will join 17 other members of the World Packaging Organisation in the Save Food Pavilion at Interpack 2017, to be held in Dusseldorf Germany from 4–10 May.
Two interesting speakers have been announced for the AIP NSW August dinner — and everyone's invited.
The Australian Institute of Packaging will hold a joint technical dinner with the SPE on plastics on 13 July at Box Hill Golf Club, Melbourne.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has announced the winners of the inaugural Australia/New Zealand Save Food Packaging Awards.
The winner of the 2016 APPMA Scholarship has been announced.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has announced the finalists for the inaugural Save Food Packaging Awards for Australia and New Zealand.
As part of the Australian Institute of Packaging's participation in the inaugural Australian Pavilion at ProPak Asia 2016, AIP Education Director Pierre Pienaar will be a guest speaker at the AsiaDrink Conference.
Australia's leading packaging conference is only two weeks away, so now is the time to book your place.
Pierre Pienaar, the education director of the AIP and vice president – Education, WPO, has received an honorary professorship from the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication.
Applications for the 2016 APPMA Scholarship will close on Friday 8 April.
Registrations are now open for the 2016 AIP National Conference.
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Do you want to delve into the history of packaging while you catalogue items for an online packaging history database?
Innovative and sustainable packaging that minimises food waste will be recognised by a new awards program launched by the Australian Institute of Packaging.
A technical dinner to be held in Victoria in April will discuss global packaging trends.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) NSW has announced its Technical Lounge event for March — Understanding the Australian Recycling Label & the Packaging Recyclability Evaluation Portal.
The Australian Institute of Packaging has announced the second recipient of the Certified Packaging Professional designation in Australasia.
A new training course will give participants hands-on experience of the challenges experienced by many members of the community in dealing with packaging materials.
The Australian Institute of Packaging has announced a new half-day training course: Introduction to Product Identification.
The Australian Institute of Packaging has called for papers for the biennial AIP National Conference, to be held 1–2 June 2016 in Melbourne.
Registrations are now open for the 2015 Ignite Packaging mentoring program for women working in the food, beverage, manufacturing and packaging industries.
The Australian Institute of Packaging will hold a half-day training course on Food Safety-Packaging Standards & Regulations in Sydney.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has announced that Pierre Pienaar is the inaugural recipient of the Certified Packaging Professional designation.
How much do you earn? The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) wants to know! The packaging industry is invited to participate in the first Packaging & Processing Salary and Education Survey.
Looking to expand your packaging knowledge? The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has three upcoming events for your calendar.
Interested in learning more about packaging line safety, fault finding and product distribution integrity? The AIP and APPMA are jointly hosting a technical dinner on 1 April covering these topics.
The winner of the 2014 AIP Scholarship has been announced. Anuj K Dhawan, a third-year industrial design student at UNSW was announced as the winner of the scholarship, which is awarded to a finalist in the Cormack Innovation Awards.
The AIP and APPMA have issued a call for papers for the 2015 National Technical Forums, which will be held in conjunction with AUSPACK 2015.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has just completed its eighth year exhibiting at Foodtech Packtech. In addition to exhibiting, this year the AIP also delivered a seminar and a half-day training course.
Registrations are now open for the 2014 AIP Ignite Packaging Mentoring Program. Delivered by Emberin, the program gives women in the packaging industry the chance to develop their leadership skills and enhance their careers.
In conjunction with LATMA, the AIP is hosting a joint technical dinner on 3 September at the Box Hill Golf Club.
Five members of the packaging industry who have cumulatively contributed more than 125 years of service to the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) have been recognised for their work by the AIP.
Planning to sponsor a participant in the Ignite Packaging pilot program? Time's running out: submissions close 25 July.
The AIP is delivering a half-day training course alongside FoodTech PackTech on 24 September. Presented by Dr Carol Lawrence MAIP, the Labelling & Matching the Label with the Package course will run from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm.
To support women in the packaging industry, the AIP, in collaboration with Emberin, has launched the Ignite Packaging mentoring program. Over a 12-week period, the self-paced program enables participants to master new skills and techniques.
Aleah Black, a packaging engineer with Johnson&Johnson Pacific, was named as the winner of the sixth annual APPMA scholarship. The scholarship will enable Black to study a Diploma in Packaging Technology.
Packaging industry veterans Ralph Moyle and Craig Wellman have each been awarded an AIP Fellowship for their contributions to the industry.
Pierre Pienaar has been elected to the World Packaging Organisation (WPO) board as the vice-president responsible for education. Pienaar is a past president of the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP).
The AIP has announced a new half-day training course: Labelling and Matching the Label with the Package. Delivered in conjunction with UPM Raflatac, the course will be held on Wednesday 23 July.
Early bird registration for the 2014 AIP National Conference closes on 5 May. With 10 international speakers from seven countries and 40 speakers over two days, the conference will be held from 17-18 June at the Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney.
The AIP will offer a half-day training course on intellectual property, packaging and labelling (legal) on Wednesday, 14 May in Sydney.
Speakers from Cardia Bioplastics and BASF will discuss bioplastics at the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) Victoria Branch technical dinner on 7 May.
The 2014 AIP/IGD Shelf-Friendly Packaging training courses, which were held across two states and four Woolworths sites, attracted more than 90 packaging technologists, engineers and designers.
Andrew U'Ren AAIP, 2011 AIP Scholarship recipient, has graduated with a Certificate in Packaging. U’Ren won the AIP scholarship through the Southern Cross Awards Program.
The full program for the 2014 Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) National Conference is now available. The conference, to be held on 17 and 18 June at the Sofitel Wentworth, has the theme of Packaging and Innovation Excellence.
The AIP's Extrusion Blow Moulding Half-Day Training Course is coming to Brisbane. To be held on 28 May, the course will be presented by Stephen Barter MAIP.
The AIP's next technical dinner will feature guest speakers Gwen Blake, managing director of Boxer & Co, and Sharon Givoni, an intellectual property law expert.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has issued a 'save the date' notice for the biennial AIP National Conference, to be held on 17 and 18 June at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney.
Mark the 17th and 18th of June in your diary to attend the biennial AIP National Conference, which will be held at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney.
Time is running out to book for the AIP NSW Technical Dinner. Guest speakers from NSW Health and Arthritis Australia will deliver a joint presentation discussing why NSW Health is encouraging manufacturers to make food packaging easier to open.
For the first time in five years, the AIP scholarship has been awarded to two winners. The scholarship is traditionally awarded to one finalist in the Cormack Innovation awards; however, this year it was awarded to two: James Bossi and Justin Chong.
Speakers from Supply Stratagems and Echo Design will be the highlight of the AIP NSW Branch’s technical dinner. The dinner will be held on Wednesday 13 November at the Oatlands Golf Course.
Maria Indrayati, a Packaging Technologist with Parmalat Australia, has won the prestigious Harry Lovell Award. Indrayati was presented with the award at the AIP’s 50th anniversary celebrations on 12 September.
The AIP, the APPMA and the SCLAA will work together to pack more than 600 hampers for Foodbank to distribute to those in need at Christmas. Contact the AIP to donate items or volunteer to help.
Dr Helén Williams, senior lecturer in energy and environmental systems at Karlstad University, Sweden, and visiting academic at RMIT in Melbourne, will speak at the AIP March Technical Dinner.
Submissions are now being accepted for the APPMA 2013 Scholarship, which gives a packaging engineer the opportunity to complete a Diploma in Packaging Technology.
The AIP has announced it will run its Introduction to Extrusion Blow Moulding Half-Day Training Course again in 2013. Stephen Barter will again present the course.
Michael Dossor of Result Packaging and Stephen Mummery of Matthews Australasia presented at the September meeting of the Australian Institute of Packaging.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will run a new half-day Flexible Packaging and Bioplastics training course in November.
The Australian Institute of Packaging is offering a half-day training course on intellectual property, packaging and labelling (legal), presented by intellectual property lawyer Sharon Givoni.
The AIP Victoria branch and APPMA will jointly host a technical dinner featuring speakers from Result Packaging and Matthews Intelligent Identification.
Dates have been announced for the 2012 NSW and Queensland charity golf days, organised by the AIP in conjunction with APPMA and SCLAA.
Paul Haberland of Nestlé Australia and Jim Selway of Amcor Australia will present at the next AIP technical dinner on 1 August.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has extended an invitation to its technical dinner, to be held on 4 July. The dinner will feature two guest speakers from RMIT University’s Centre of Design, Simon Lockrey and Dr Karli Verghese.
The 2012 Australian Institute of Packaging/IGD in-store shelf friendly packaging (SFP) training helped 70 packaging technologists, engineers and designers understand the complexities and difficulties that poor SFP design causes for store fillers and staff.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has announced a new half-day training course - Introduction to Extrusion Blow Moulding. Stephen Barter will present the first course on Thursday 26 July in St Kilda.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) Victoria Branch, in conjunction with LATMA, will be holding a technical dinner on 2 May with keynote speakers from GS1 Australia and David Simpson Graphics.
Thirty-four guest speakers from nine countries will present at the 2012 Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) National Conference. The conference, held over 14-15 June at Surfers Paradise, is open to both members and non-members of the AIP and is ideal for those in the food, beverage, manufacturing and packaging industries.
The AIP Sustainable Packaging and Additives technical dinner will be held on Thursday 9 February at the Oatlands Golf Course, in Sydney.
‘Packaging Trends and where are we heading’ is the theme for the AIP and NZIFST event on 29 September.