Industry gearing up for face-to-face AUSPACK 2022

Industry gearing up for face-to-face AUSPACK 2022

The industry is gearing up for a face-to-face AUSPACK 2022, the first industry expo since 2019, which will take place in Melbourne from May 17-20 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Karolina Rodriguez, Marketing Manager for Exhibitions and Trade Fairs, said: “We’re anticipating more than 250 exhibitors for AUSPACK 2022. Most exhibitors from the postponed 2021 show rolled over into 2022, which speaks to the high value AUSPACK presents for the Australian packaging and processing industry.”

She said AUSPACK 2022 retains the exhibition’s strong points, with features added to suit industry’s current needs. These include the AUSPACK Leaders Forum (May 18-19); Solutions Theatres to give visitors in-depth overviews of technology, solutions, and strategies; an array of new zones (IT & Services, Processing Equipment, Packaging and Packaging Materials, and Packaging Machinery); and expanded awards categories in the APPMA Awards of Excellence.

“Our aim is for visitors to have a valuable experience. Enhancements to the exhibitors’ directory mean visitors can search for very specific areas. Similarly, they can search the Leaders Forum sessions and ‘favourite’ sessions to then email themselves quickly. Enabling people to plan like this ensures their time is well used, facilitating a rewarding experience at AUSPACK 2022,” Mrs Rodriguez said.

Mrs Rodriguez said applications for the APPMA Awards of Excellence, which are now open, close on March 4, with winners announced at the Gala Awards Ceremony on May 18. Tickets for both the Awards Gala Night and Leaders Forum are on sale from February.

“I encourage people to keep an eye on the AUSPACK 2022 website as we continue to announce more speakers for the Leaders Forum, and, of course, for entry details to the APPMA Awards of Excellence, along with tickets to the Awards and the Leaders Forum.”

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