Coca-Cola GB is setting itself more ambitious targets as part of its sustainability strategy.
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Agency PSONA 12 developed a campaign to create impactful limited edition tins for Nescafé Azera by working with emerging design talent.
Absolut and New Designers have announced the 2015 edition of the Absolut @ New Designers competition.
Dassault Systèmes has launched the ‘Perfect Product’ industry experience for consumer packaged goods companies.
Coca-Cola has announced it will decrease the amount of virgin plastic content in its UK manufactured bottles and use around 40% rPET by 2020.
The Coca-Cola Company has unveiled the world’s first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant materials at the World Expo - Milan.
Heineken has created a new way of attracting more visitors to its Heineken Experience in Amsterdam - a bottle fitted with a GPS system.
A Rotherham brewery has named a new beer in honour of glass bottle manufacturer Beatson Clark, one of the oldest businesses in the town.
German company U-Boot Getränke is looking to stir up the spirits sector with a packaging concept from Greiner Packaging.
Waitrose has implemented a project providing early warning of FIR requirements to a brewery.
AIPIA member Thin Film Electronics and global drinks company Diageo have launched a fully printed Near Field Communication (NFC) sensor tag.
Beverage cartons coated with plastic made from SABIC’s Certified Renewable Polyethylene will soon be on the shelves of shops across Northern Europe.
Sustain has recently welcomed nine new members bringing the total to 14.
Coveris is investing in Ukraine with the launch of its DuoSmart cup.
Beverage packaging specialist Sidel has relocated its UK office to better serve customers in the UK and Ireland