APPEX 24

In Part 5 of our series profiling APPEX 24 exhibitors, Brad Grubb from Inspection Systems provides his insights on the state of the industry and what APPEX 24 means for the company.

In Part 4 of our series profiling APPEX 24 exhibitors, Craig Salkeld from Columbit provides his insights on the state of the industry and what APPEX 24 means for the company.

In Part 3 of our series profiling APPEX 24 exhibitors, Milan Bawa from Siemens provides his insights on the state of the industry and what APPEX 24 means for the company.

In Part 2 of our series profiling APPEX 24 exhibitors, Tania Carey from Food Processing Equipment provides her insights on the state of the industry and what APPEX 24 means for FPE.

In this new series, Food & Drink Business asks industry leaders, from companies exhibiting at APPEX24, for their insights on the food processing sector. This week: Tony Anevski from Multivac Australia.

Challenging weather conditions in 2021 and 2022 in the world’s major orange juice production regions saw the supply chain face record raw material costs.

The transition of AUSPACK into APPEX was announced in May and the show is on track to be the biggest Processing & Packaging Industry event with over 60 per cent of space now confirmed.

It's been a long time coming, the evolution of AUSPACK into an ell-encompassing trade show for packaging and processing, truly reflective of the industry represented by show owner the APPMA.