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Speakers include Andrew Manly of The Netherlands-based Active and Intelligent Packaging Industry Association (AIPIA), who will deliv- er a keynote on Smart Packaging – How Can Packaging Be Part of The Sustainability Solution? (See Man- ly’s report on the AIPIA’s most re- cent conference starting on page 50 of this issue).
“Andrew will look at how new packaging technologies can drive efficiency, reduce waste and give better control of sales, marketing and the supply chain,” says Dingley. “His session will go deeply into the world of ‘smart packaging’, compar- ing new technologies and active and intelligent solutions.”
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Also in the packaging and pro- cessing stream, John Broadbent, smart factories mentor at Realise Potential and adjunct professor of engineering at UTS, will present a session on Factory of the Future – It’s Already Here.
“This will demystify the rapidly changing technical environment of smart factories, Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT,” says Dingley.
“John will then facilitate a panel on ‘4.0 In Practice – Taking the Next Step’ in the Packaging and Process- ing stream. This panel discussion and Q&A opportunity will explain how Industry 4.0 works in practice and what technologies manufactur- ers need, so they can compete in Australia and internationally.
“There’s some fantastic empirical evidence around showing that manu- facturers that have headed down the
ITH the theme ‘Smart · Connected · Sustain- able’, the AUSPACK Business and Industry stage the biggest exhibition in its Conference 2019 will feature two streams on the key industry areas of business growth and packaging
At the MCEC in Melbourne on 26-29 March, packaging and processing industry trade show AUSPACK will
34-year history. Running alongside the show is a stellar line-up of educational and networking events, including the inaugural two-day Business & Industry Conference.
& processing.
The conference will include
more than 37 speakers across ple- nary sessions, Q&As, case studies, and breakouts.
“The variety of presentations and speakers will be an excellent way for people to learn about key indus- try areas,” says APPMA chairman Mark Dingley.
AUSPACK 2019 January-February 2019
Every two years AUSPACK migrates between Melbourne and Sydney where long-time exhibitor and APPMA member, Esko Australia, maintains a strong presence by exhibiting leading food processing and packaging technologies. At every show, Esko Australia’s team is joined by key representatives from
its primary global equipment partners.
“This year, we will have for the first time a Langguth labeller that is a combination inline self adhesive labeller for round body containers, as well as placement of self adhesive labels on lids. The labeller is designed and manufactured by Langguth (based in Senden-Bosensell,
Germany), a family business which was founded in 1932,” says Esko’s manager Paul Asciak. “Langguth’s labelling expertise is in wet cold
glue, hotmelt and self-adhe- sive, or a combination of these solutions,” he says.
Asciak invites visitors to drop by stand B170 to see the labeller first hand and meet with area manager

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