A new survey has revealed what Chinese drinkers like about Australian red wine, giving Australia’s wine sector key information to target the emerging superpower’s growing market.
‘Fresh’ logistics company Trans.L Systems has announced that a prominent international logistics service provider has engaged the company to support its clients in integrating the latest technology in handling of Reusable Plastic Crates (RPC) into their produce operations across the US.
Apics NSW will once again be delivering a NSW Government Stepping Up Program to assist women in manufacturing.
The largest biennial packaging and processing machinery, materials exhibition AUSPACK, is on once again in 2009.
Putting RFID temperature data loggers to work brings big profits.
Organisers of Smart 2009 are providing members of the supply chain and logistics industries with a new opportunity to engage in key industry topics, through a series of Breakfast Seminars.
Organisers say October’s Sydney Materials Handling will be 25% larger than the inaugural 2007 event.
The Victorian government has encouraged women to apply for its annual $10,000 Women in Freight, Logistics and Marine Management scholarship.
McCain Foods (Australia) Pty. Ltd. has been convicted and fined $75000, plus costs, after pleading guilty to workplace health and safety breaches, this time at its Ballarat plant.
Potential Smart 2009 Conference speakers are reminded that the deadline for submitting applications to present a paper around this year’s theme ‘Bridging the Gap with Innovation and New Business Strategy’, is fast approaching – submissions close 3 October, 2008.
The Smart 2009 Conference takes place 10 to 11 June, 2009 at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour.
Goodman Fielder has reported a fall in annual profit and has said it does not expect much improvement in earnings this financial year due to uncertainty surrounding the outlook for the economies of Australia and New Zealand.
WorkSafe Victoria has released new guidance to help improve safety in the state’s cold storage operations.
The CEO of Foster’s Group, Trevor O’Hov, has left the company, having tendered his resignation last month.
Global discount supermarket chain Aldi is using Australian company CoolPac’s portable insulated containers in a bid to reduce their energy costs while preserving environmental friendliness.
All food businesses need to plan thoroughly for the unthinkable.
A state-wide campaign targeting manual handling safety begins on 1 July when food manufacturers and processors will be visited by WorkSafe Victoria inspectors.
Strategic Futurist Marcus Barber will be opening the 2008 Supply Chain & Logistics Conference which will be held on Thursday 31 July Friday 1 August in Brisbane.
The boost in federal taxes on pre-mixed alcoholic drinks on Saturday night will have an impact on the businesses of a small group of companies.
For Australian wine producers looking to tap into the lucrative wine industry in Hong Kong and China the Hong Kong SAR’s announcement of the abolition of wine duty and the launch of the inaugural Hong Kong International Wine Expo presents fruitful opportunities.