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The Convenience Culture

The Convenience Culture

Food & Drink Business LIVE Breakfast Forum – The Convenience Culture. Unpacking the on-the-go food and beverage mega-trend. APPMA Members save almost 20%  on standard tickets!  Use code LIVEVIP to secure your ticket for $150. Consumer convenience has reached mega-trend status, and in the Australasian FMCG market it’s playing out in a proliferation of ready […]

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Members Dinner | November 2018

The APPMA’s Board extends a complimentary invitation to our member companies to join us for the Brisbane Member dinner as part the 2018 Members networking series to be held on Tuesday 13th of November 2018. The invitation extends to your staff and colleagues as this is a relaxed networking opportunity for like-minded packaging and processing professionals. We […]

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Member Dinner | September 2018

As part of the APPMA’s on-going commitment to delivering value to our members the Board is pleased to extend a complimentary invitation to our member companies to join us for the Annual General Meeting and Sydney Member dinner in our 2018 Members networking series to be held on Tuesday 11th of September 2018. The invitation […]

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tna Opens New Office And Training Centre In Mexico

APPMA member tna has announced the opening of a new office and training facility in Mexico providing local food manufacturers with a range of new services and enhanced technical support. Located in Santiago de Querétaro, the new office enables tna to accommodate its growing sales and technical support team and allows the company to better […]

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Beerenberg and Recopak team up on multimillion-dollar factory

PKN Packaging News reports: Jam and sauce producer Beerenberg partnered with APPMA Member, Victoria-based packaging machinery company Recopak to build an expanded factory expected to double its capacity. The 6500 square-metre Adelaide Hills factory was opened this week by Beerenberg managing director Anthony Paech, who said new equipment would allow it to increase production capacity […]

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