The term “Plastic Footprint” has become increasingly newsworthy. But what does it actually mean? In this episode of Packaging Talks, Dominic Santschi, Co Founder of Ampliphi in conversation with Dr.R.Rangaprasad, unravels the new concept. Tune in to find more about Plastic Footprint and the benefit the packaging industry can reap from it. About Dominic …
A recent report from ResearchandMarkets.com stated the global blister packaging market is projected to grow in value from US$24.1 billion in 2020 to US$34.1bn by 2025. As an effect of the global pandemic, it is no surprise the healthcare sector is the largest end-use sector segment. While thermoforming holds the most significant technology segment of the blister packaging market, cold forming is used extensively due to its high efficiency rate.
New Delhi, August 26, 2021: Tetra Pak, a world leading food processing and packaging solutions company released the 2021 Sustainability Report, celebrating the many ways the company has worked to protect food, people, and the planet in the past year. An annual tradition since 1999, this year’s report is especially poignant during a global pandemic, while the world’s focus on planet and the environment is being challenged.
The market survey carried out by PackIOT, in partnership with Instituto das Embalagens (Brazil), 360 Packaging (India and Asia) and People of Packaging (USA), reveals that more than half of the packaging producing industries are unable to point out in time where are the bottlenecks in the production line.
London, UK – 24 AUGUST 2021 – Klöckner Pentaplast (kp), a leading global manufacturer of high barrier protective packaging solutions with industry-leading use of recycled content material, has launched kpNext, its first-to-market innovation in recyclable PET blister films. kpNext is the only PET recyclable blister that is completely compatible on pharmaceutical manufacturing form, fill and seal equipment.