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Packaging 4.0 – White Paper: Enabling operational excellence

Packaging World Reports: Packaging 4.0 – White Paper: Enabling operational excellence Packaging 4.0 is a revolution in operational excellence for smart factories. Experts weigh in on current trends and share their visions for the future.   To download the White Paper in PDF format click here…     Courtesy of Packaging World www.packworld.com  

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Food Innovation Centre CEO speaks at APPMA VIC Member Dinner

Over 85 APPMA Members had the opportunity this week to hear Dr. Angeline Achariya, Chief Executive Officer, Food Innovation Centre speak about ‘How to accelerate and de-risk your innovations for sustainable business growth’. Angeline also shared how the Food Innovation Centre (a timeshare innovation start-up now in its 2nd phase) is helping businesses to de–risk […]

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Renate Pilz visited Australia this week to announce her retirement and hand over the reins to her daughter Susanne and son Thomas (below). She ran the business for over 40 years.

Safety automation company Pilz forecasts growth in Australia

The German company behind the red Emergency Stop button you see on a wide range of packaging equipment has connections with Australia that are about to get stronger. APPMA Member and German engineering company Pilz GmbH is responsible for automation technology solutions designed to ‘create safety’, and they can be used in packaging and a […]

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APPMA welcomes NORD Drivesystems as new Member

The APPMA would like to welcome NORD Drivesystems as the latest member to join the Association. Headquartered in Germany, NORD Drivesystems is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of drive technology – mechanical and electronic solutions. The range of products includes geared motors, motors, industrial gear units, frequency inverters, motor starters and frequency inverters for […]

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