Registrations now open for AUSPACK 2022

Tuesday, 25 January, 2022

Registrations now open for AUSPACK 2022

Registrations for processing and packaging trade event AUSPACK 2022 are now open.

The long-running biennial event, part of Packaging and Processing Week, is heading back to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 17–20 May 2022. The much-awaited industry event brings expanded business sessions and improved online searchable directories to enhance visitors’ ability to plan their visit.

Mark Dingley, Chairman of the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), which owns AUSPACK, said, “AUSPACK 2022 will showcase a host of global mega trends in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical processing and packaging industries. As the first industry expo since 2019, it will be the perfect place for people across the packaging and processing sectors to find solutions to increase efficiencies across their business.”

AUSPACK 2022 will feature more than 250 suppliers representing hundreds of global brands, allowing visitors and attendees to see products that offer enhanced safety, security, automation and cost-saving benefits.

The AUSPACK Leaders Forum, to be held from 18–19 May, will offer business owners the opportunity to benchmark as an organisation of the future, gain knowledge and inspiration, and network with like-minded, forward-thinking leaders. Key themes include:

  • Future supply chain
  • Adapting and diversifying for commercial success
  • Future technology
  • Sustainability and the circular economy
  • Investment and collaboration
  • Future workforce

The expanded ‘Solutions Theatres’ at AUSPACK 2022 will provide visitors in-depth overviews of technology, solutions and strategies, with sessions covering:

  • Supply chain and procurement
  • Education
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Materials and packaging design
  • Network security
  • The circular economy
  • The future of manufacturing and warehousing and more

The exhibition floor will also feature new zones: IT & Services, Processing Equipment, Packaging and Packaging Materials, and Packaging Machinery, making navigation easier.

Behind-the-scenes enhancements to the exhibitors’ directory will allow visitors to search for specific areas and the Leaders Forum will allow visitors to find topics that suit their interests. Both enhancements mean visitors can plan their time beforehand.

Entry to the APPMA Awards of Excellence have also opened, and close on 4 March. Winners will be announced at the Gala Awards Ceremony on 18 May on day two of AUSPACK 2022. Tickets for the Awards Gala Night and Leaders Forum will be on sale from February.

The AUSPACK 2022 website is continually being updated with speakers, events and news.

Tickets to the exhibition are free and are now available on the website.

Originally published here.

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