Exhibition space now 70% sold for AUSPACK 2009

With close to 70% of exhibition space now sold for AUSPACK 2009, the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery, materials exhibition will have something for everyone.

AUSPACK 2009 will not only showcase a significant number of new, advanced and leading products and technologies from all areas of packaging and processing, but will also bring together leading experts from around the globe for the four day event.

According to Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (ETF) event director, Rob Keen, visitors will have the opportunity to schedule face-to-face meetings with exhibitors each day.

“Many of the exhibitors will bring international experts across to AUSPACK, providing our visitors with a unique opportunity to spend time with them and find out about their solutions,” Keen said. “Creating business to business connections is our number one focus for AUSPACK 2009.”

Exhibitors to sign on include Sancell, Talsico and ITW Zip-Pak Australia; three very different companies who will be showcasing some interesting solutions in 2009.

Sancell to unveil new enviro range

Sancell business development manager, Skye Reilly, said that Sancell will be unveiling its new Enviro range of products at AUSPACK 2009.

“Sancell’s range of environmental products encompass the latest innovations in protective packaging solutions. Focussing not only on the product, but also the process in which it is manufactured; Sancell leads the way in offering the highest quality product and value for money with the utmost concern for our environment.” Reily said.

Eliminate human—error on production lines

World-leader in the Science of Human Error Reduction, Talsico will be exhibiting at AUSPACK 2009.

According to the company’s national business development manager, Brooke Conway, Talsico’s human error methodologies and tools are innovative and yield powerful results; which is why over 1,500 companies world-wide have chosen Talsico to help improve their performance.

“Talsico sees AUSPACK as an opportunity to market their solutions and believes that many of the visitors will be companies who have a high-element of human error within their workforce and production lines. Visit Talsico to learn more.” Conway said.

Resealable zips with ITW

ITW Zip-Pak Australia who will be exhibiting at AUSPACK 2009, operate in both Australia and NZ supplying a range of resealable zips and zip systems.

According to ITW’s Glenn Woodworth, the zip comes from anyone of six international plants and Zip-Pak manufactures over 500 different zips internationally.

“We also have the direct support of our Zip-Pak Systems plant and have supplied and retrofitted equipment to a number of machines in the Australasian region. Our customer base includes both converters and packers.” Woodworth said.

ITW Zip-Pak Australia will be displaying a number of the latest resealable packages sourced from within the region, and internationally, at AUSPACK 2009.

Held at the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park, from Tuesday 16 to Friday 19 June 2009, AUSPACK will have over 200 exhibitors under one roof showcasing over 900 brands.

AUSPACK is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging Machinery Association (APMA), Australia’s only national packaging and processing machinery organisation.

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