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Look who's specifying Make2Pack now
Learn how you can profit from the upcoming ISA 88.05 standard. Come to our luncheon briefing during IPACK-IMA. Qualified* pre- registered attendees will receive complimentary Turin 2006 Winter Olympics tickets, courtesy of ELAU.
Please join us at an informative luncheon explaining this upcoming international standard sponsored by Make2Pack and UCIMA member ELAU Italia S.r.l. on Thursday 16 February from 12.00 till 14.00 in the Taurus Room at the IPACK-IMA fair adjacent to Hall 7 Conference Center Fiero Milano.
What is Make2Pack?
The Make2Pack working group is developing the ISA 88.05 (IEC 61512) international standard to more efficiently integrate “making” and “packing” activities.
Because consumer goods and pharma manufacturers need a standardized means of communicating and controlling these processes to manage their businesses more profitably.
What’s in it for machinery manufacturers?
Among the supporters the world’s largest CPG maker and the world’s largest pharma company are leading the way in specifying and giving preference to equipment suppliers who embrace the upcoming standard. The major controls vendors are already on board.
More companies are joining this business imperative so the equipment suppliers who implement first have the greatest potential to retain or win new sales from these customers.
13.00 Open session
13.10 Make2Pack’s mutual benefits
Mr. David Chappell
Technical Section Manager The Procter & Gamble Company
13.30 A Make2Pack case study: PFM – Abbott Laboratories project
Mr. Sergio Perracchi
PFM Packaging Machinery
13.40 Conclusion and drawing for 2 tickets to Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games
14.00 Close of session
There is no charge to attend our briefing but participants must register by February 6 2006. This will reserve your place at the complimentary luncheon and your complimentary ticket to the Turin Olympic games. Both are courtesy of packaging automation specialist ELAU. To qualify for tickets you must be an active user or manufacturer of packaging machinery.
Guide to the exhibition