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It is with regret that I would like to announce that Director, Stuart Shaw has recently resigned from his position on the APPMA Board of Directors. On behalf of the APPMA Board, management team and APPMA members I would like to sincerely thank Stuart for his six years of service on the Board. Since his […]
Nord Drivesystems has introduced its new Universal Motor, with 20 models in the range, with power extending from 0.12kW to 45kW, depending on the model. The Nord Universal Motor is certified to CE, UL CSA, CCC, ISI, and EAC, and meets appropriate minimum efficiency levels to ensure stability for markets, including Europe, the US, Canada, […]
The 2020 trade fair year has so far been characterised by postponements and cancellations. Interpack has had to be rescheduled to February 2021 to protect the people involved and to slow the spread of Covid-19. Krones found a solution. In order to provide insight into its products for the packaging industry in this time of […]
Social distancing is the order of the day, and as a result, social networking is now more of a focus than ever. APPMA has ramped up its social media activity significantly and is inviting industry to join. “Not only is the APPMA producing content that is relevant and timely to its members, the industry as […]
Australia’s only medical mask manufacturer, Med-Con, has had to step up production dramatically amid the Covid-19 crisis, and has contracted Foodmach to assist in expanding manufacturing capacity. Echuca-based packaging machinery manufacturer Foodmach has been contracted to build three machines to make surgical face masks for Med-Con. Pre-coronavirus times, the mask manufacturer’s plant in Lemnos, Victoria […]