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The biennial Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) National Conference
Surfers Paradise, Australia - 14 to 15 Jun 2012
Conference / congress

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN!!

The biennial Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) National Conference is the largest professional development and networking opportunity of its kind in the packaging industry, bringing together leading experts from around the globe to cater for all participants in food, beverage, manufacturing and packaging.  

With internationally recognised keynote speakers, the program delivers an extensive array of topical and technical sessions and is open to all members and non-members of the Institute alike. Set in a relaxed environment, this is the not-to-be-missed event on the industry calendar so book early to avoid disappointment.

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

United States
United Kingom
New Zealand
Vietnam
Indonesia
France
Germany
Netherlands
Denmark

Date(s):
14 to 15 Jun 2012

Venue:
Surfers Paradise Mariott Resort & Spa, Queensland

Contact for booking / more info:
mark@aipack.com.au

http://www.aipack.com.au/index.cfm?MenuID=28&EventID=278
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