Today we launch our latest editorial series, which will run until the end of the week.
Following the conclusion of Excellence in maritime manufacturing last week, @AuManufacturing is delighted to bring you our latest editorial series, Packaging, process and progress.
The one-week series coincides with Auspack, the long-running processing and packaging industry expo, which runs May 17 – 20 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Our series will have some things in common with Auspack, showcasing local innovators in the packaging and processing fields, as well as presenting new technologies that businesses can incorporate to help lift their competitiveness.
In our series opener, we highlight Pakko, a fast-growing Brisbane-based business focussing on custom cardboard manufacturing. Founder of the award-winning company, Nina Nguyen, shares her accidental career as a packaging entrepreneur, as well as the importance of fostering a “fun, engaging and inspiring” environment within her manufacturing business.
We’ll also hear from companies including SMC Corporation, HMPS and Integra Systems, as well as Australian experts in Industry 4.0, with advice you can use.
@AuManufacturing must acknowledge the kind support of sponsor SMC Corporation, without which this series would not be possible.
SMC Corporation, world leaders in automation, are dedicated to bringing its customers into the next-generation of automation, right now.
SMC will be showcasing multiple robotic units – all equipped with their next-generation products – at Auspack this week, and you can visit them at stand E140 to find out more.
@AuManufacturing’s editorial series, Packaging, process and progress, is brought to you with the support of SMC Corporation.
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