AIP holding Diageo site visit

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) is holding a site visit at beverage blenders and packagers Diageo, which works with Bundaberg Rum, Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker, and UDL.


Taking place at the company’s Huntingwood, NSW facility, it will take place on Thursday November 8, with a 10:00am start time, running for two hours.


The AIP says that Diageo is a global leader in beverage alcohol with an outstanding collection of brands across spirits and beer, and is a business built on the principles and foundations laid by the giants of the industry.


They have over 200 brands, across the old and the new, large and small, global and local, sold in 180 countries at almost every price point, in every category to meet consumer demand.


Every year Diagao produce more than 6.5 billion litres of their brands, from more than 100 manufacturing sites in 30 countries.


An AIP spokesperson says, “With Diageo Australia producing close to 100 million litres of the world-famous brands attendees will be able to tour the Huntingwood facility that comprises filling lines, mixing operations, raw material and finished goods storage together with quality control, maintenance and administration facilities. Attendees will be able to see the aluminium can line, carbonated glass bottle line, spirit bottle line, bag in box and automated warehousing.”


The tour is free for AIP members, while non-members can attend for $22.


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