Alsco Exhibits at Leading Trade Shows



Alsco has had a busy year at major trade shows this year with a strong presence at the Foodservice Australia Show in Melbourne in May and more recently at two of Australia’s leading trade shows in September; Fine Food in Melbourne and Safety in Action in Sydney.

Safety in Action

Safety in Action is a dedicated trade show that highlights workplace health and safety. Designed to the meet the needs of Australia’s health and safety industry the show features workshopping, networking and product sourcing opportunities.

With over 150 exhibitors under one roof the event attracted over 5,500 visitors over three days from major industries such as Manufacturing, Building & Construction, Engineering, Transport, Distribution & Logistics, Cleaning, Government/Council and more.

Fine Food Australia Celebrates 30 Years

Australia’s largest annual food industry trade expo celebrated 30 years of operation this year and Alsco once again was part of this major event. Held in Melbourne, the trade show brought together 1,000 exhibitors including world-class producers and leading suppliers. It attracted record numbers of visitors and exhibitors this year with over 27,000 people participating over four days. The 30th Birthday celebration of Fine Food Australia presented a great platform for Alsco to feature the new brand image and sales and promotional collateral.

A Great Success

Both trade shows generated several leads for our Sales Executives.

Annie Hepburn, Elizabeth Turner, Lyle Consul, Ray Lipscombe and Julie Smith represented Alsco at the Melbourne Fine Food Australia stand while Joey La-kiss, Eddie Lakiss, Gabriele Calvete Luke Carroll, David Liddle and Nigel Stafford ran the Sydney Safety in Action stand.

Next year Fine Food Australia returns to Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.

 



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