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National Australian Institute of Packaging Technical Forum to be held during AUSPACK

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The National Australian Institute of Packaging Technical Forum will be held during AUSPACK on the 2nd and 3rd of May 2007.

The same Technical Forum will be held twice to ensure that no-one misses out on the big AIP event in 2007. The forums will consist of ten independent sessions covering a broad range of topics including: global retail trends, shelf ready packaging, packaging trends, nano technology, environmental packaging and case studies from the food & beverage industries.

International Guest Speakers have been confirmed from the UK and Singapore, with eight more esteemed speakers from Australia.

Remember this is an AIP Member only function, so it is an exclusive event. As per the AUSPACK guidelines, the forums are free and only open to AIP Members. AIP membership however, is open to all interested people within the packaging industry, so join today so that one can be a part of the event.

Technical Forum Provisional Programme

Oliver Sargent
Director
Performance Improvement
PricewaterhouseCoopers

Poh Len Pek
General Manager
Strategic Marketing
Amcor Australasia

International Guest Speaker

David Wiggins
Manager
Coors Brewers

Dr Terry Turney
Chief Executive Officer
Asia Nanomaterials

Lynda Slavinskis
Principal Solicitor
Lynda Slavinskis Lawyers & Consultants

David Darcy
CEO and Finance Director
Greenstreets Environmental Resources Ltd


Lachlan Patton
National Manager
Visy Industrial Packaging

Miss Farzana Mohsin
Asia Pacific Research Manager
Euromonitor International (Asia)

Bryce Hedditch
Packaging Technologist
Masterfoods Snackfood

Close and walk around AUSPACK

The Australian Institute of Packaging reserve the right to amend and alter the programme at any time up until the event.

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