APMA awards sponsor announced

The Awards of Excellence to be presented during Auspack 2003, being held in Melbourne from September 30 through to October 3, 2003 to recognise excellence in the areas of export achievement, customer participation, design and imported equipment.

International Trade Management can trace its origins back to 1896 when it was established as a relatively small customs clearance agency in the colony of Victoria in an environment much removed from today’s sophisticated activities.

History has seen many changes in Australia’s international trade with the emergence of air transport and revolutionary improvements in sea freight. By being innovative, adding additional services and being ready to invest in the latest technology, customer needs are met making International Trade Management one of the leaders in it industry.

Jim Strang says: “many of the Associations members rely heavily upon the skill and expertise of a customs clearance organisation not only to help with imports but also with exports, members are successfully making inroads into the international packaging machinery business.

Peter Lilley chief executive officer of International Trade Management says: “In deciding to take up the sponsor ship opportunity offered to us by the Australian Packaging Machinery Association for its Awards of Excellence, we considered that to align ourselves with another organization seeking excellence was exactly the manner in which we wanted to project ourselves, as we too are striving for excellence in our industry’.

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