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 2012 World Water Week has opened with a call for substantial increases in investment to reduce losses of food in the supply chain, enhance water efficiency in agriculture and curb consumer waste.
The AIP Victoria branch and APPMA will jointly host a technical dinner featuring speakers from Result Packaging and Matthews Intelligent Identification.
Foodtech Packtech organiser XPO says this year’s three-day food manufacturing, packaging and processing technology event will be “world class”.
Simons Green Energy is hosting a series of seminars to help manufacturers cope with the challenges of rising electricity prices and the carbon tax.
Krauss Maffei recently celebrated two major milestones: the 30th anniversary of its Automation AG subsidiary operation and the supply of its 1000th robot.
Hach Pacific will showcase its new products at Foodtech Packtech 2012.
Dates have been announced for the 2012 NSW and Queensland charity golf days, organised by the AIP in conjunction with APPMA and SCLAA.
Rockwell Automation is hosting a Safety Automation Symposium in Adelaide on 8 August, highlighting the latest developments in safety technology and automation.
Food businesses from the Hunter region had the opportunity to stay up to date with food safety standards and regulations at the NSW Food Regulation Partnership Forum regional meeting.
Gary Moulton and Phil Brookes are offering a 15-day food technology tour through Germany, France and Australia to coincide with the Frankfurt International Meat Trade Fair (IFFA).
Fibre King and insignia will showcase labelling solutions, I-tech coding technology, case packers, palletisers and meat and crate equipment at AUSPACK PLUS 2013.
Camel Milk Australia chose not to host the Camel Farming Field Day on hump day, as might be expected, but rather on Saturday 14 July.
At the upcoming Knowledge Works lecture, Professor Larry Lockshin will discuss what influences consumers to select one bottle of wine over another.
Paul Haberland of Nestlé Australia and Jim Selway of Amcor Australia will present at the next AIP technical dinner on 1 August.