The first powder handling seminar to be held in New Zealand will be presented in Auckland on 24 May.
The 2007 Logistics Development Award has been launched by the Logistics Association of Australia (LAA), in conjunction with Chep Asia Pacific.
National Manufacturing Week 2007 (NMW) is to be held from 22-25 May at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre.
The upcoming Anuga in Cologne will be offering an international trade show for the food industry sector, the new Anuga Organic, 13-17 October 2007.
The packaging and processing industries will be rewarded for excellence in their field of expertise with the Australian Packaging Machinery Association conducting its Awards of Excellence in conjunction with AUSPACK 2007.
The 10th Government Food Analysts Conference will be held at the conference facilities of Food Science Australia, Victoria.
PFD Food Services has been awarded 2006 Multi-site Low Risk Company of the Year. The award was presented at the Australian HACCP Conference Dinner held at Melbourneâ€™s Park Hyatt Hotel.
The first Powder Handling Seminar, to be run by PowderHandling.com.au, will be held in Sydney on 28 February 2007.
The Food Solutions Expo provides practical solutions for the food research, machinery, packaging, cold chain, temperature, water and labelling problems faced every day by food processing companies.
The Premier of Victoria, the Hon Steve Bracks has announced the winners of the 2006 Premierâ€™s Food Victoria Awards.
The Sensory Seminar is a one-day conference to be held 25 October in Sydney which aims at strategic marketing, brand/product management, consumer insights/research, business development, creative/design and packaging, innovation and R&D.
RFID wonâ€™t go away and is impacting on supply chains and packaging automation. To find out more, attend the AIP NSW October Business over Breakfast which will be held 26 October in Sydney at the Oatlands Golf Course Club House.
Chairman of the Australian Packaging Machinery Association and chief executive officer of Heat and Control, Jim Strang has advised the APMA Board of his intention to stand down.
Professionals from the food and hospitality industries will be checking in for their annual gathering at the Fine Food Australia exhibition, being held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre 11â€“14 September.
Australian and New Zealand agriculture will be in the spotlight at a forum examining the worldâ€™s ability to sustain food supplies through soaring demand, changing climate, land degradation, trade wars, health risks and regional upheaval.