The number of Australian companies participating at ProPak Asia 2019, has increased to 17, a record number of exhibitors.
The Australian companies say they have identified the trade show, running from June 12 to 15, as the number one exhibition to showcase their products into the ASEAN Region.
Australians are exhibiting across multiple zones within the show, with the majority located in the Australian Pavilion in the Packaging Zone.
Companies in the Australian Pavilion include first-time exhibitors Australis Engineering, Lifecycles and Lantech Australasia and returning companies such as Rhima Australia, Profile Solutions, the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), INOX Australia, Lifecycles, HMPS, Fibre King and APPMA. Additional Australian Companies located outside of the pavilion include Gold Peg, Moisttech/Maselli Asia Pacific, Metz Australia, Heat & Control and tna.
The AIP will be launching the inaugural Global Packaging Forum, in conjunction with the show organisers on June 12.
Discussing regional and global trends in packaging will be 21 speakers from 12 countries, discussing Sustainable Packaging, Biodegradable and Compostable Packaging, the 2025 Sustainable Packaging Targets, how the industry can help minimise Food Waste, Save Food Packaging Design, trends in digital printing and flexible packaging, robotics and more. Limited places are available, and you can register here.
The AIP will be running the ‘Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Training Course on June 14. The course will provide attendees a better understanding of the practical guidelines and criteria needed to design and develop sustainable packaging. Registrations are now open using this link.
The AIP will be exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion in Hall 99 and says, “As the peak professional body for packaging training and education in Australasia we welcome visitors to the stand to discuss your personal and professional development needs.”
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