A unique display of aerosol innovations, never before seen outside of Japan, is coming to Sydney in May in association with the Australasian Aerosol Industry Awards and related seminars and events.
Daizo Aerosol is one of Japan’s largest aerosol fillers which in recent years has registered up to 300 new patents a year. It’s famous annual exhibition of the very latest aerosol advances, has in the past been restricted to Japan and to Daizo customers.
These advances will be seen outside Japan for the first time when they are shown in Sydney alongside the best Australian ideas with a display of finalists in the inaugural Australasian ‘Imagine Aerosol’ ideas competition.
This is part of the two days of seminars organised by the Aerosol Association of Australia for May 3 and 4, which will feature local and international industry figures speaking on new development sin aerosol packaging and technology.
This will be followed by the biennial industry awards, to be revealed at a gala dinner on May 5.
The seminar program will feature local and international industry figures speaking on new developments in aerosol packaging and technology. It has been supported by six key companies associated with aerosol production and filling, Amcor Australasia, NCI Packaging, BlueScope Steel , Manildra Group, Precision Valve Australia and Pax Australia.
Aerosol Association chief executive Philip Fleming, said the event was already attracting interest from New Zealand, Japan and Thailand, as well as India and China.
He said the Daizo display would show the company’s latest thinking about aerosol products and technology and exhibit innovative products from around the world, as well as the results of its own in-house ideas competition and design ideas and concepts from educational institutes.
It might include prototypes of such advanced aerosols as double-bag-on valve. Daizo had been a pioneer of dual-dispensing and bag-on-valve aerosols for products as such as hair care, and had reportedly developed the more advanced pack for mixing two products as they are dispensed.
Fleming said the two-day extravaganza, known collectively as ‘Future Aerosol’ was designed to stimulate new thinking and to ensure Australasian manufacturers were exposed to the latest ideas and technology.
It also aimed to maintain the profile of the Australasian aerosol industry on the regional and global stage and promote Australia as a manufacturing base for regional supply, he said. More information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org