More than 400 participants caught up on the latest developments and progress in the bioplastics industry at the 7th European Bioplastics Conference on 6 and 7 November in Berlin.
Broadcast on Radio National’s Bush Telegraph program, the inaugural AgTalks event will ponder the topic ‘Australians don’t care where their food comes from, as long as it’s cheap and looks good’.
The opening of the Victorian Centre for Sustainable Chemical Manufacturing is expected to boost green manufacturing in the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Schneider Electric has announced that MIX2012, a worldwide power and cooling event, will be coming to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in November.
AUSPACK PLUS will feature the successful Bioplastics Pavilion at the 2013 event. The pavilion allows key industry experts to come together under one roof to help visitors understand bioplastics.
The 14th annual Food Regulations and Labelling Standards Conference will be held over 10 and 11 December. It provides a platform to discuss the ongoing issues in food policy.
Time is running out to book a place at the AIP’s NSW Technical Dinner. Bookings for the event close on Friday 19 October.
Schneider Electric’s PlantStruxure NOW! Users Conference is now underway. Around 250 delegates have gathered on the Gold Coast for the conference, which focuses on the company’s PlantStruxure offering.
Avery Dennison has announced it will exhibit its range of “groundbreaking” labelling, facestock and adhesive technologies at Labelexpo Americas 2012. Held in Chicago, Labelexpo is the labelling industry’s premier annual trade show.
Representatives from the major supermarket chains, farmers, food producers and manufacturers came together in Sydney on 24 September to attend a forum on Food Sector Relationships.
Foodtech Packtech - day two. My feet are sore and I am tired but I do have a new theory and it’s regarding engineers.
The food and beverage industry is alive and kicking in New Zealand, if the first day of Foodtech Packtech is any indication. This show is held every two years in Auckland and will be open from 9 am-6 pm on Wednesday 26 September and 9 am-4 pm on Thursday.
Processing and filling machinery will feature heavily at AUSPACK PLUS 2013, with products for the food and beverage, packaging, confectionery, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Michael Dossor of Result Packaging and Stephen Mummery of Matthews Australasia presented at the September meeting of the Australian Institute of Packaging.
The Food Technology Association of Australia (FTAA) is hosting a one-day seminar focusing on hot topics in food packaging.