According to research by Smithers in The Future of Packaging: Long-Term Strategic Forecast to 2028, between 2018 and 2028 the global packaging market is set to expand by almost 3% per annum, reaching over $1.2 trillion.
Packaging dates back to the dawn of time and includes everything from wooden boxes to glass, paper, tin, metals, and aluminium. Flexible packaging is made up of numerous layers of different polymers with different mechanical and physical properties.
In an exclusive interview with Packaging 360, Scott Jackson, General Manager – Amcor Healthcare SEA & Japan addresses a host of issues relevant to sustainable packaging & how the company’s recent initiatives will lead them on the path for the benefit of the consumer.
This series of sector insights presents the trends and data on progress made by brand and retail signatories towards their 2025 commitments.
The objective of food contact materials (FCM) or food contact article (FCA) is to package and safeguard food during transportation and storage, to increase shelf life or for branding purposes. It includes all materials and articles intended to come into contact with food. (FCM) can release substances into food and beverages to which the consumer will be exposed to through their diet. These substances can be intentionally added substances (IAS) or non-intentionally added substances (NIAS). Non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) are chemicals that have not been added for a technical reason during the production process. The presence of, possibly toxic, NIAS is often not known by the manufacturer itself.
Leadership Interview with Mr. AVDK Prasad, National Sales Manager South, Premier Tech Systems & Automation
Packaging 360: India as you may be well informed, is primarily an agro-based economy & sugar is one of the most important commodities. Given the quantum of sugar produced in India, could you begin by giving us an overview or scale of operation of the filling, bagging & palletizing operations for sugar.
A plastic footprint is an indicator used to measure the negative impacts of plastic pollution associated with a company’s operations and supply chain. In layman’s terms, a plastic footprint calculates how much plastic waste a company generates and the associated negative impacts on our environment, society, and economy.
Leadership Interview with Persis Pathre | Active Packaging Solutions for Enhanced Product Protection
SORBEAD INDIA was founded with the sole intention of ensuring active packaging solutions to all the industries that handle the transfer of goods, stocks, commodities through strategic planning and specialised care.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is increasingly recognised worldwide as an efficient waste management policy to help improve recycling and reduce landfilling of products and materials.
Cilicant Chem Private Limited was founded in 2011 by Manish Jain with over two decades of experience in the desiccants chemistry. Find out how Cilicant is leveraging Active Packaging Technology to Extend Shelf-Life of Food & Pharmaceutical Products