The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) is holding a seminar on contract packaging challenges with a dinner at the Box Hill Golf Club in Melbourne on Wednesday, 1 March 2006.
Judy Cox, the manager for Scope’s four packaging and assembly units and the two open employment sites, will cover what Scope is and what the organisation stands for in the broader community.
She will provide background on the Scope packaging and assembly business and explain who Scope employs and why they have an important role to play.
Judy will also cover how Scope can support the wider packaging and assembly industry, what they are achieving within the supply chain and where Scope fits in the commercial community.
Anadis Limited operations manager Fred Mears will explain how Anadis has identified a contract packing niche in food and veterinary products.
He will cover off all the critical areas that his company has to control for its’ clients, the regimes it operates under and the controls it needs.
Anadis is primarily an R&D based Biopharmaceutical company that finances its’ R&D programs by contract blending and packing.
Host for the evening is AIP life member Colin Simpson.
The cost is $45 each for AIP Members and $60 each for non-members.
The event includes a two-course dinner, beer and wine.