The first exhibitor applications will open next month for AUSPACK 2021, to be held at Sydney Showground in two years.

Achieving the highest number of visitors, biggest floorspace, most adjacent events, and an influx of international exhibitors, AUSPACK 2019 has wrapped up in Melbourne as a resounding success.

A night to remember: Over 400 people gathered at the inaugural APPMA Awards of Excellence gala dinner to celebrate industry excellence, innovation, leadership and best practice in the packaging and processing industry.

ProSeal Australia took home one of five 2019 APPMA Awards of Excellence for its collaboration with Fresh Berry Co on a sustainable strawberry punnet.

RK Rose + Krieger exhibited a range of connecting and positioning solutions on its stand near the entrance of AUSPACK 2019.

Cama Group has exhibited its new “breakthrough generation” systems on the Italian pavilion at AUSPACK 2019.

The inaugural AUSPACK 2019 Business and Industry Conference took guests through the worlds of smart, connected, and sustainable packaging with two days of expert speakers, panel discussions, and breakout sessions.

Sidel Group used its first ever AUSPACK exhibition to reach out to customers and show off its versatile product portfolio.

Equipment supplier Fibre King enjoyed a productive AUSPACK 2019, with plenty of interest in the technology on display including its three-axis robotic arm.

Linco introduced the Espera Nova series of Industry 4.0-compatible weigh price labellers at AUSPACK, which includes popular features from previous Espera machines.

Haver & Boecker Australia is launching Roto-Lock, its new dosing technology for the filling of valve bags in its new machines, which it says eliminates dust and waste.

The new ProWrap stretch wrapping machine from Siat is internet enabled, and comes with a range of customisable options.

Abbe Corrugated is launching a new shelf ready case maker which it says eliminates rips, tears and perforations producing perfect cases each time.

New from ifm efector is a multicode reader which it says reliably detects codes such as 1D barcode and 2D data matrix.

Insignia outlines the Domino Cloud ecosystem for its Ax-Series of inkjet coders which is designed to maintain and resolve problems remotely.

Orora is running live demonstrations of its Limitronic in-line digital printer at AUSPACK 2019, promising that it will unlock entirely new customer opportunities.