Economies across the globe may wobble but the luxury goods and packaging market is not. Simon Creasey finds out why this category remains strong
The chilled and frozen food product and packaging industries have had to endure more than their fair share of issues in recent times. Tony Corbin takes a look at the current state of affairs
Foodservice packagers are enjoying healthy market shares but the sector demands more to be done on recycling and recovery rates. Jez Abbott spoke to five players in the sector
Tony Corbin looks at packaging’s role in e-commerce and whether or not the needs of online shoppers are being satisfied
Copackers in the cosmetics segment are upbeat on market conditions and setting their sights on new business . Jez Abbott talks to some of the biggest players
Voxpop: Does the public need more nutritional information on pack?
Corrugated packaging is on a high but the perception of the sector as being 'wasteful' remains a drawback. Jez Abbott speaks to six companies to find out what’s on the agenda.
For its many visitors, Tokyo Pack 2014 supplied a key to understanding Japan’s retail packaging culture that to outsiders may at first seem unfathomable. For Joanne Hunter, not much was lost in translation.
Packaging in the luxury market has a reputation for putting sustainability near the bottom of the priority list. But is this changing? Simon Creasey finds out
For some, shelf-ready packaging is not a priority. But there are others who view it differently, believing SRP works well with pack design. By Simon Creasey
In the second of our series of roundtable events, held in association with Essentra Packaging, PN and a panel of experts look at the wide range of issues facing players in the pharmaceutical packaging segment
The personal care market is growing but is it the case that the more convenient the pack, the more successful the brand? Simon Creasey finds out
The alcoholic beverages category is awash with brands that have looked to the past for inspiration. Simon Creasey finds out why and how the approach can work
The own label market is growing and the segment could be worth £46bn in two years. Simon Creasey explores the packaging design and innovation giving own label its own fresh look
Market conditions for ready meals were tough even before the horse meat scandal of 2013. So does innovative packaging hold the key for an upturn in fortunes? By Simon Creasey