The APPMA’s first member dinner since 2019 due to Covid restrictions drew a record attendance, with guests revelling in the face-to-face interaction with colleagues and words of inspiration from guest speaker Mykel Dixon.

With the vaccine currently rolling out, Australia's new normal is beginning to take shape. So what does this mean for the packaging and processing industry? The APPMA aims to answer this pressing question.

The AIP is inviting all members to attend a virtual site visit of Martogg Group's LCM division on 12 May 2021 at 10am (AEST).

The AIP's first industry-wide training program aimed at improving the cold chain credentials of those responsible for the integrity and safety of Australia’s chilled and frozen food supply is now available.

Global flexible packaging and lidding films supplier, KM Packaging, is now a member of APCO.

The call for speakers for the upcoming APPMA Business & Industry Conference is closing soon, and APPMA is inviting all interested individuals to send their submissions by 26 March 2021.

The APPMA Business & Industry Conference returns in 2021, taking place on 16 September at the International Convention Centre (ICC), and will centre its focus around the theme of Investing in Resilience.

Entries for the 2021 Australasian Packaging Innovation and Design Awards for Australia and New Zealand close on 5 March.

The AIP and AusIndustry, in partnership with the AFCCC, will present a three-part webinar series in March with a focus on optimising the cold chain to reduce food waste.

AIP has invited its members to join a virtual tour of Zipform Packaging’s BRC Grade AA accredited manufacturing site in Perth, Australia on Wednesday10 March at 2-3pm.

A new packaging industry salary survey will benchmark earnings and employment trends, and how the pandemic has affected working conditions for Australasian packaging professionals.

AIP is holding a virtual tour of OF Packaging's local manufacturing plant on Wednesday, February 17 from 10-11am for its members.

Applications for the 2021 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA) are now open to Australian and New Zealand companies making a difference in their field.

Pierre Pienaar, has been re-elected to serve a second four-year term as WPO president. Joining him on his executive team from Australia is Nerida Kelton, AIP executive director, in the role of VP Sustainability and Save Food.

The AIP Australasian Packaging conference took place on an all-new live platform in October. What emerged was evidence of an industry united in its drive towards sustainability.

The November/December print edition of the APPMA Machinery Matters publication is now available online. Read the latest news from the APPMA and its members.