• Chris Baudinette (left) and Jason Valente.
    Chris Baudinette (left) and Jason Valente.
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PerForm Packaging Solutions and its partners are specialised in end-of-line packaging machinery, and have secured several large-scale projects in 2023 utilising state-of-the-art technology from Beckhoff and Schneider. The company will be displaying a range of its solutions at this year's APPEX trade show.

Managing director Chris Baudinette has been in the driver’s seat at PerForm since starting the company in 2007.

“I am proud of PerForm’s strong partnerships with some of Europe’s finest end-of-line packaging suppliers and excited by our company’s growth with the addition of sales, admin and service staff, as well as project management,” he said.

The company specialises in supplying a range of packaging equipment typical for end-of-line applications in many FMCG and industrial markets such as food, beverage and household products. Its core capabilities are providing a range of packaging and product handling equipment through specialty products and solutions delivered as a result of relationships with an extensive portfolio of partners.

PerForm, together with co-exhibitor Abaris Printing, will host several of its European partners on its stand, including Meypack, Kliklok, PWR Pack, PAKER, Grunwald, Synchropack, CSi Palletising, FL Tecnics, LM Group and Europool.

“From 2023 through to 2024 we have an exciting number of projects from small to large turnkey lines with some of Australia and New Zealand’s largest and respected FMCG companies. If it’s food and beverage packaging your after, please visit us at stand D045 to meet our principles and discuss your packaging machinery needs,” said Baudinette. 

Visit PerForm at Stand D045. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

 

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