As new medical regulations are being rolled out across Europe and the US, Waqas Qureshi analyses the issues and some of the solutions.
Digital print specialist HP believes that change is in the air and that its technology chimes with today’s consumer. Waqas Qureshi finds out more from Israel.
Plastic packaging was at the centre of a conference for the UK’s bottled water sector. Waqas Qureshi found that there were no easy solutions.
As politicians and pressure groups raise concerns over ocean plastic, the BPF’s Marine Litter Event was timely with speakers from right across the supply chain. Philip Chadwick finds that there is common ground.
Philip Chadwick reports from the Foodservice Packaging Association’s Environment Seminar where plastic packaging, reform of the PRN system and consumer education were discussed
To tax or not to tax? That’s the question that’s sparking debate on the future of on-the-go packaging. Yet any charge will not deal with the half a million cups that are littered by various means. Philip Chadwick reports.
Over 300 delegates, from small tech start-ups to the best known world brands met, swapped ideas and had the opportunity to pitch ideas at Amsterdam’s Beurs van Berlage conference centre. Joanne Hunter reports.
MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee have grilled representatives from packaging over the recycling record of disposable paper cups.
The third Xeikon Café featured more partners and a wider range of business and technological knowledge.
As the government prepares to trigger Article 50 to formally notify the EU of the UK’s intention to leave, how will the packaging industry fare outside the club? By Hamish Champ.
With engaging talks from heads of pack design and development, the inaugural Spirits Summit was a day to remember for the many delegates thirsty for knowledge. Philip Chadwick reports.
With nearly 420 exhibitors and a predicted 6,500 visitors from 70 countries, ADF and PCD’s 11,000sqm exhibition will comprehensively cover the beauty packaging of the future. Waqas Qureshi previews
Last year’s Active and Intelligent Packaging Industry World Congress marked a breakthrough for at lot of new technology. Joanne Hunter was at the 2016 event to discover what we should look out for in 2017.
Packaging News Live drew the experts of packaging for two days of talks, case studies, analysis and discussion on the trends and issues in the industry. Waqas Qureshi reports
For Smurfit Kappa, greener manufacturing practices add up to happy customers and a happy environment. Waqas Qureshi was given the opportunity to tour the corrugated giant’s paper mill in the Netherlands.