Ink plant tour is a chance for juniors to learnā¦ and dine
The company co-hosts the event on October 25 – which includes a Chinese banquet dinner at the nearby Auburn Tennis Club – and has invited attendees to bring allong apprentices and juniors free of charge.
The DIC plant has been in operation since 1949 and is one of few in Australia still producing heatset, coldset, solvent flexo and gravure inks for the local market. It also has a blending facility for sheetfed litho inks. Attendees will see the laboratory, quality control, and ink manufacturing areas as well as their raw materials and dangerous goods storage.
Paying attendees are being invited to bring one of their juniors (trainee, cadet or apprentice) to the evening free. Managing director of DIC Australia & New Zealand Ian Johns will be guest speaker for the evening.
Details and booking: Graeme.Smith@amcor.com
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