Approaching Sustainability of Flexible Packaging in the Circular Economy Paid Members Public
Presented by Vicent Martinez, AIMPLAS
PLANTIC, A Biobased, Biodegradable and Barrier Soluction for Sustainable Packaging Paid Members Public
Presented by Kevn A. Laux Ph. D., Kuraray America, Inc.
Developments and Trends in Bioplastics Technology and Markets for Flexible, Multilayer, Pouch and Barrier Packaging Paid Members Public
Presented by Dr. Terence A. Cooper, ARGO Group International
Between Opinions and Certainty: A Fact-based Approach to Flexible Packaging Sustainability Paid Members Public
Presented by Pierre Sarazin & Alexandre Warin, PolyExpert
Sustainable paper packaging for FMCGs, foodservice applications gains traction among consumers & brands Paid Members Public
The world of packaging is in a constant state of change. Consumer environmentalism, government legislation and even COVID-19 have forced consumer retail brands to rethink and redesign their packaging. High demand for supply-chain transparency now is driving synergies among multiple players to work together in the creation of new sustainable
Special Market Report: Labeling & Release Liners Paid Members Public
Download the Special Market Report on labels and release liners by clicking the link below.
Next generation of sustainable barriers through new PFAS-free adhesive starch formulations Paid Members Public
Within the packaging sector, environmental concerns and consumer expectations are driving forward the demand for renewable and biodegradable packaging solutions. Paper and board are excellent packaging materials, but their porosity and absorbance need to be overcome with the use of barriers. This firm’s novel sustainable barrier starches meet the
MARKET MONITOR | Aseptic food-packaging demand up 5.5% a year to $2.3 billion in 2026 Paid Members Public
It’s not just for your grandparents’ shelf-stable chocolate milk anymore. If anything, the applications for aseptic food packaging have grown far and wide since the material-converting method and sterile filling-process technology first became commercial about 75 years ago. Today, everything from cooking stocks and broths to ready-to-eat soups, sauces