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Australian Institute of Packaging issues a call for papers for the AIP Natonal Conference

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The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) is currently at the planning stage of the biennial National Conference which will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria on the 16th and 17th of June 2010.

 Following a number of highly successful topical conferences over the past few years, the AIP will approach the 2010 National Conference to deliver a two-day event that will cover a broad range of topics relating to packaging, incorporating current trends and future developments, case studies and real-life applications, along with a revisiting of some packaging fundamentals.

 Areas of specific interest will include:

  • Packaging manufacturing processes
  • Fundamental principles of packaging
  • Understanding & managing packaging costs
  • Health & Safety aspects in packaging
  •  Design for the aging population
  • Shelf Friendly & Retail Ready Packaging
  • Packaging from a retailers perspective
  • Smart, Active & Intelligent packaging
  • Packaging materials & components
  • Integration of sustainability into packaging design]
  • Openability & ease of use
  • The future of packaging
  • Quality Control aspects in packaging
  • Managing packaging projects
  • Lifecycle assessment of packaging
Members are invited to submit an abstract for consideration as a presentation under the theme Back to the Future: The Art & Science of Packaging.

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