Paul Foot from intellectual property firm Withers & Rogers takes a close look at the patent for Robert Cullen's moulded paper tray
In the second part of the iconic pack series Gillian Garside-Wight, packaging technology director for Sun Branding Solutions, examines the history of the milk bottle.
Mike Ridgway , the founder and director of the CPMA, looks at the concerns over possible extension of graphic warnings and plain packaging.
In the first part of a series looking at some of the most iconic packs, Kate Fischer, account director – creative, Sun Branding Solutions, examines the history of Marmite.
Sealed Air's Jim Barker looks at how packaging can offer relief at some of the most crucial pressure points through the supply chain.
Tanja Feldmüller is head of business intelligence at August Faller, discusses the advantages of combined production of packaging.
Paul Wilkinson, business development manager at Pacepacker Services, lists some myths about robot technology.
Sam Davidson, head of consulting operations, Utilitywise, discusses how packaging firms can carry out upcoming compulsory energy audits.
Tony Hancock, chairman, The Packaging Society, Environment and Safety Forum, says there are many issues to be resolved to enable the plastics recycling industry to stay on track.
How can packaging firms achieve business success without financial support from the bank? Academy Leasing’s managing director Mike Nolan considers alternative funding options.
Fake products are on the rise but packaging can help combat the issue, says HAVI’s Haydn Morgan.
The economy is growing but the corrugated market needs to be wary of another downturn, writes Raj Bhardwaj.
Trevor Nichols, business development manager at Domino Printing Sciences, discusses how promotional codes are proving a highly effective way of engaging customers with innovative campaigns.
Mark Byrne, sales director foodservice at Sharpak Aylesham, addresses how the growth of the foodservice industry is being fuelled by the changing demands and behaviour of today’s consumers.
The horsemeat scandal was not only shocking because of its scale but also because of its impact on the consumer consciousness.