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Ta g h l e e f I n d u s t r i e s N e w s
Shorko Australia Pty Ltd
becomes Taghleef Industries Pty Ltd
All of us at
Australia had a great time exhibiting the
NATIVIA™ Bio–Based film range at this year’s AUSPACK PLUS
2011. Acting as the product launch, it was an opportunity
for us to gage the level or response from some of our key
customers and also an opportunity for us to talk to new
contacts that have an interest in this area.
As a member of the Australasian Bio Plastics Association
we exhibited alongside other members in a separate area
of the exhibition hall. This allowed us to not only promote
NATIVIA™, but also to promote the association to the
NATIVIA™ comes to Auspack Plus 2011
Joining us on our stand was Frank Ernst –
Manager & Technical Services, who travelled all the way
from Germany to bring added experience, knowledge
and support throughout the four days. His experience in
commercialising this product was extremely useful to not
just our current and potential customers, but also to the
Australia team.
Frank says
“It was my pleasure to spend time with the team
and I had great fun being at the AUSPACK PLUS exhibition.
It is always interesting to talk to new and existing customers
in a different environment and market.”
Pictured left to right:
Frank Ernst
(Ti Product Manager & Technical Services)
Ann Smyth
(Manager - Customer Technical Services) and
Mark Richardson
(National Account Executive)
Shorko Australia Pty Ltd, the leading provider of flexible
packaging solutions to the ANZ market for 29 years, has
announced its name change to Taghleef Industries Pty Ltd.
Following its acquisition by Taghleef Industries in 2010,
the integration will see the name and logo change in line
with the wider group and bring with it the benefits of a
global organisation. Elie Jarrous, CEO says “Shorko Australia
has a great history within our market and has served us
well for the past 29 years. The culture, market knowledge,
experience and innovation which we have built up into our
Shorko brand will not disappear but will continue to be
developed as part of the Taghleef Industries Group”.
Elie Jarrous