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Processing & Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA)

New Progress House
34 Stafford Road
United Kingdom

Telephone : 020 8773 8111
Fax : 020 8773 0022
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Editorial archive;

UK showcase for processing and packaging technologies 30/08/2011
A host of new features will accompany the PPMA (Process and Packaging Machinery Association) Show this year, which takes place from 27th to 29th September at the NEC in Birmingham. Full Story...

PPMA tackles new Machinery Directive 27/04/2010
PPMA has announced a further two seminars in a bid to help the industry tackle the new Machinery Directive that came into force December 29, 2009. In association with industrial safety and compliance specialists, Laidler Associates, the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA) will hold both additional seminars in Northampton, UK. Full Story...

Total has vision and robotics focus 23/02/2010
Total Processing and Packaging 2010 will feature a dedicated Vision and Robotics Pavilion, incorporating members of the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) and BARA (British Automation and Robotics Association). Full Story...

UKIVA joins forces with PPMA 25/08/2009
The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) will be amalgamated into the Processing and Packaging Machinery Industry (PPMA) following a Memorandum of Understanding, signed by directors of both companies. This follows a similar amalgamation involving the British Automation and Robotics Association (BARA) earlier in the year. Full Story...

New machinery directive tackled at UK exhibitions 11/08/2009
Help regarding the new Machinery Directive will be on hand at the Process and Packaging Exhibition in Birmingham and Health and Safety 09 in Bolton, according to Laidler Associates. The industrial safety and compliance consultant is sending representatives to both UK shows to address concerns caused by the Directive coming into force in the UK on December 29, 2009. Full Story...