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AUSPACK 2017 IS WHERE YOUR GROWTH, BRANDING & SALEOPPORTUNITIES ARE
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Chairmans WelComeAUSPACK 2017 HEADS TO SYDNEY
On behalf of the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) I am pleased to advise that AUSPACK will be heading to Sydney on the 7th to the 10th of March 2017.
Proudly owned and presented by the Australian Packaging
and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), AUSPACK
continues to surpass expectations year-on-year; not
only through the quality and number of visitors, but also
through the exhibitors. The exhibitor numbers have not
only increased over the last few shows, but we have
also continued to expand the quantity of international
companies looking for brand exposure in the Australasian
region. We are proud that AUSPACK is recognised on the
global calendar as one of the top packaging and processing
Under the Packaging & Processing Week umbrella the
APPMA has also expanded the education and social
offerings during AUSPACK to allow further networking
and educational opportunities for the industry during
PACKAging & ProCeSSing WeeK inClUdeS:
The APPMA industry excellence Awards are designed
to recognise outstanding innovation in packaging and
processing from design to production and are open to
everyone in the industry. Awards categories will include
export Achievement Award, design Achievement Award,
Customer Partnership Award, the imported equipment
Award, Best new Product Award and the APPMA
Scholarship and are an opportunity for your business
to be recognised by your peers for innovation.
The APPMA will also continue their long-standing
partnership with the Australian institute of Packaging (AiP)
who will coordinate the national Technical Forums that
will be held in conjunction with AUSPACK. The national
Technical Forums will cover an extensive range of topics
during the four-days.
AUSPACK is run by the industry for the industry and we invite you to join us in 2017.
Mark Dingley | Chairman australian Packaging & Processing Machinery association (aPPMa)
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about ausPaCKLETS STArT AT THE bEgINNINg
aUSPaCk is australias largest and most prestigious exhibition on the processing and packaging calendar, bringing together thousands of leading professionals and key players in the global packaging and processing arena.
offering the best in world class technology, solutions for all vertical markets and an array of networking and educational opportunities, no other Australasian show has more to offer.
AUSPACK 2015 saw over 7,000 visits from 3,691 global companies from over 35 countries and showcased the best the industry had to offer.
Creating a partnership with Australias premier processing and packaging event will provide your business with unique access to thousands of decision makers.
40+ Vertical marketsrepresented78% of visitors attending find AUSPACK more effective than other exhibitions
* stats taken from 2015 post show research
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Why exhibitat ausPaCK?AUSPACK IS UNDOUbTEDLYA UNIqUE OPPOrTUNITY
as the largest gathering of senior management, senior engineers and technical staff involved with the purchasing of capital equipment, machinery and production equipment technology, aUSPaCk is a the perfect platform to >
We were thoroughly pleased with the number of quality leads received on the stand. given the results achieved well be back for 2017.
Matthew braden, Marketing & Design Manager, AAA Packaging Supplies
Demonstratemachinery capabilities and technology
launCh new products and showcase innovations
Generate new connectionsand sales leads
netWorK with senior buyers and decision influencers
establish your business as a supplier of choice
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aUSPaCk offers you unparalleled business growth opportunities. Heres 3 key reasons why: >
AUSPACK 2015 was my first timeattending AUSPACK, and it was definitely worth my while. I met a number of key industry contacts, and learned more about the packaging industry in one afternoon than I ever expected. Thanks for a great exhibition.
henk Westerveld, National Manager, Colorpak Limited
businessoPPortunitiesTHErE IS NO SUbSTITUTEfor fACe-to-fACe bUSineSS
reason 1 The highest calibre of buyers and decision makers. 2015 > 6,501 unique visitors over 4 days
84% of visitors saw something they were likely to recommend or purchase
83% held direct authority or influence for purchasing machinery, production improvements or services
78% of visitors found AUSPACK more effective than other exhibitions
93% of visitors were satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience at AUSPACK
95% of exhibitors were satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of leads they generated at AUSPACK.
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businessoPPortunitiesTHErE IS NO SUbSTITUTEfor fACe-to-fACe bUSineSS
reason 2 Quality leads, greater value and a real return On investment
92% of exhibitors were satisfied or very satisfied with the value of leads generated at AUSPACK
89% of exhibitors were satisfied or very satisfied with the number of new industry contacts made at AUSPACK
reason 3 Bringing quality traffic direct to your stand via targeted communications
Dedicated Visitor engagement Manager
Print and Online advertising
AUSPACK 2015 was rated by CEO Mr Earle roberts as the best show we have attended ever. The factors influencing his very positive position are the high numbers of visitors to the show but better still the calibre of the senior decision makers. Most of those we spoke to gave a positive view of the Australian manufacturing sector for the future, which in term holds a positive future for equipment suppliers.
burt beaumont, Sales ManagerAustralia & New Zealand, Fibre King
Exhibitors that had operating machinery generated 2.4 times more sales leads when compared to exhibitors that did not have operating machinery.
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Who visits ausPaCK? vISITOrS COME FrOM A broAd CroSS-SeCtion OF MAjOr COMPANIES.
Quality buyers from a broaD ranGe of ComPanies Were rePresenteD
AldiArnottss Biscuits ltdAsahi BeveragesBaiada PoultryBega Cheese ltdCampbell - ArnottsColes Costa diageoFosters george Weston Foodsglaxosmithklinegoodman Fielder ltdHJ Heinz Australia ltdinghams enterprises P/lJBS Australia P/llion nathanManildra groupMars Food AustraliaMars Petcare AustraliaMcCain Foods (Aust) P/lMidfield Meat internationalMondelez internationalMurray goulburn Cooperativenestl Australia ltdParmalat AustraliaPepsico AnZPFd Food ServicesSimplot Australia P/lSPC Ardmona ltdSunriceTeys AustraliaTreasury Wine estatesUnilever Australia Trading ltdWarrnambool Cheese & Butter FactoryWoolworths
they Came to see
Where they Came from No. of AtteNdees INdustry sector
4485 FMCg921 Beers / Wines / Spirits837 Meat / Poultry / Seafood788 Confectionary / Snack Food 782 Materials Handling777 dairy / Cheese628 Pharmaceutical / Cosmetics573 Water / Soft drinks / Juices472 Fresh Fruit & Veg461 Baking / Flour457 Chemical / Household341 Frozen goods
the australian Packaging and Processing Machinery association (aPPMa) represents australias leading packaging and processing machinery and allied components companies and your company can become a part of this network.
established in 1983 the australian Packaging and Processing Machinery association (aPPMa), is australias only national packaging and processing machinery association and the proud owners of ausPack; which is the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery and materials exhibition in australia.
the aPPMas objective is to promote, integrate and foster participation and development at all levels of the packaging and processing machinery side of the industry. Members include manufacturers, distributors and importers of packaging and processing machinery who are suppliers to industries such as food, beverage, dairy, meat, poultry, seafood, confectioner