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The Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) recently hosted the largest Australian Pavilion to date at ProPak Asia 2018, which was held in Bangkok, Thailand. ProPak Asia is the regions No.1 international processing & packaging trade event for Asia’s expanding food, drink & pharmaceutical industries. ProPak Asia 2018 saw a 9% growth covering over […]

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Stand Space now available for AUSPACK 2019

Heading into its 34th year and continuing to go from strength-to-strength, AUSPACK 2019 will return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 26 – 29 March 2019. With space filling fast we encourage you to secure your stand position as soon as possible, register your interest here. Take a look back at AUSPACK 2017, […]

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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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Markem-Imaje and Cognex develop advanced ‘Mark & Read’ technology

APPMA Member Markem-Imaje are collaborating with Cognex to develop the next generation of Mark & Read applications for global fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies. Products with incorrect, unreadable or missing codes make traceability difficult, if not impossible, during recall situations and retailers may fine manufacturers or reject them. Since 2015, the companies have worked together […]

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