Anthony Pratt, Visy Chairman, was invited to speak at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Sydney Summit recently.
Following our recent intake of graduates to the business, Visy’s Graduate Community for 2018 came together for an Induction Program welcoming all our newcomers.
Visy is pleased to launch our new Product Catalogue showcasing our full range of packaging solutions and options, making it easier for our customers to find the right packaging solution to meet their needs.
Visy Logistics are in the final implementation phase of their new Transport and Warehouse management system, Visybility, providing you with an on time, proactive and transparent service.
The Visy Advantage Innovation Tradeshow in Brisbane was a great opportunity to showcase what’s new at Visy
Senior members of our Visy team attended Fruit Logistica last week in Berlin.
Visy Logistics introduced a new Prime Mover fleet into their WA metro business with Higher Mass Limits capacity, state of the art safety and fuel efficiency
Innovation helping reduce manual handling for our Logistics Drivers is due to be rolled out
Visy awarded Gold Medal for Print Excellence
Visy has reaffirmed its support of the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact in the areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption with our third annual Communication on Progress.
Read about the latest market insights and trends that we are seeing impacting the packaged food industry as well as showcasing what we are doing to match these movements.
Visy Board New Zealand announces construction of a second corrugated packaging plant, to be established in the Waipa District, south of Hamilton in the Waikato Province.
Our recent $50 million upgrade at our Tumut site in NSW, Australia enables further innovation opportunities across our entire range of papers.
Read about the latest market insights and trends that we are seeing impacting the beverage industry as well as showcasing what we are doing to match these movements.
A recent white paper from our information and analytics partner, Euromonitor, highlights three key themes that they expect to see in households in 2030.
Australia has seen a blurring of meal times from the conventional breakfast, lunch and dinner. This has fuelled the consumer’s reliance and desire for the snack category to replace meals or fill a void between meals.
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