Matthews Intelligent Identification is in a new strategic alignment with Kodak, that will see it supply digital inkjet printing systems for the Australian and New Zealand packaging, labelling and printing markets.

At AUSPACK, leading coding, labelling and inspection technology specialist Matthews has made its much-anticipated milestone announcement: its well-known chameleon brandmark has a colourful new look symbolising how Matthews is adapting to the Australian manufacturing industry.

PKN, sister publication of Food & Drink Business, has teamed up with AUSPACK and other tech partners to produce an AR activation off its front cover and a pouch packaging insert.

Stand applications have opened with a new phased booking process introduced for AUSPACK 2019.

Collaborative robots are out in force at Auspack 2017, which kicked off this week at Sydney Olympic Park.

Virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality saw some innovative applications at Auspack with a number of exhibitors – and even show organisers - taking advantage of the budding technology.

Heat and Control has been promoting a new piece of processing equipment that it says can significantly reduce acrylamide in potato snacks at Auspack this week.

A New Zealand-based avocado processor has been recognised for its work in establishing a waste-free supply chain.

The AFGC's Tanya Barden highlighted the impact of export growth on the food and grocery sector on her visit to Auspack this week.

Robotics and advanced sensors are leading a “perfect storm of opportunity,” said Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), in a keynote presentation at Auspack’s Processing Forum today.

Auspack opened its doors at Sydney Olympic Park yesterday and food and beverage industry professionals took to the aisles to check out cobots in action and augmented reality equipment demos among many other innovations.

Augmented reality (AR) is one of the most exciting technologies to emerge in the intelligent packaging space, opening a world of possibilities for brand owners.

At AUSPACK 2017, a host of exhibitors will provide access to the latest thinking and technology on Industry 4.0, from information and automation solutions, to robotics and integrated coding and vision systems.

The new Ishida WM-AI, on show at Auspack, uses artificial intelligence features to improve weighing and labelling accuracy, efficiency, and productivity.

Innovative bottle designs, sustainable cracker packaging and automated meat cutting systems are among the 2017 PIDA finalists.

Ensuring product safety is one of the biggest challenges faced by food and beverage manufacturers. AUSPACK takes a look at this vitally important area of food processing.