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depth and breadth of content was to industry,” he said.
The reinstated APPMA Awards of Excellence (see page 50) were another achievement, with over 50 entries and 400 guests in attendance at the gala dinner. Another highlight was the NextGen breakfast forum, which addressed bring Gen Z into the workforce.
“Addressing skill shortages in the manufacturing industry is paramount to business success, and this informative event was a great way to begin the closing day of the show,” said Dingley.
Anne-Marie Mina of show organis- er Exhibitions and Trade Fairs said the show has built on its reputation as “the place” to launch new technology.
“For four consecutive shows, we have continued to grow the event and continued to break records. It’s so very exciting that the entire Packaging and Processing Week 2019 offered absolute value to both visitors and exhibitors,” she said.
PKN saw plenty of faces at the fair this year – have a look over the next couple of pages and on our website to see if we spotted yours as well! ■
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MAIN: AUSPACK 2019 broke both size and attendance records.
TOP: Mark Dingley (centre left, with scissors) and the
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the show.
ABOVE: There was a buzz in the aisles
and on stands.
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