Packaging has more to offer than protecting and branding products. It can help reduce a product’s climate impact by offering a low carbon packaging with waste management instructions. With new IoT technologies we can engage, encourage,and instruct consumers how to recycle.
As the backlash against single-use plastic packaging grows, the market for paper packaging is increasing—but the demand for paper also means more logging, some of which still happens in old-growth forests.
September 23, 2021 - Continuing its focus on global sustainability leadership and aligned with its ‘from Plastic to Purpose’ campaign, Ahlstrom-Munksjö has released a pioneering mono-material oxygen barrier technology made of 100% cellulose fibers.
Paboco together with P&G unveils the first paper bottle for Lenor, announcing a pilot for Western Europe in 2022. The trial rollout will form the basis of a test and learn strategy to scale up paper packaging and incorporate it more widely across P&G’s portfolio.
The corrugated business is an industry always in development. After five years of looking into the corrugated industry and how Exilva can be applied to different glue recipes, we have seen elevating results at more than 70 corrugators around the world.
An innovative corrugated bin for face masks by Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has been awarded a ScanStar in a Nordic packaging design competition organised by the Scandinavian Packaging Association.
With pride we present our latest packaging innovation: the plastic-free topseal packaging: 'Seal-me'. We have already presented this on Empack and Packaging Innovations as our latest packaging innovation development project.
VPF GmbH & Co. KG is expanding its successful sustainability product portfolio to include the self-adhesive material made of silphie paper. This consists of at least 35 percent silphie fibres and impresses with its high-quality appearance and regional character.
Södra continues to invest in circular solutions to reduce carbon footprint. Now implementing our Loop packaging specifically made for the forest industry with 30 percent recycled material, resulting in a 23% lower carbon footprint compared to virgin-material-based packaging.