Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Brilliant Polymers expects to grow at over 15% in the current financial year (April 2020 to March 2021). In this update we are sharing our views and experience with regard to the pandemic and its impact on our industry, supply of laminating adhesives to the flexible packaging industry.
Atin Chaudhuri, Industry Veteran discusses the specific case of toluene, nitrosamines in printing inks & the interpretation of FSSAI guidelines
The Indian packaging industry has gained in stature and has kept pace with the evolving needs of the brand owners. Over 50 urban agglomerations and thousands of Tier II/ III towns across the country’s landscape drive the consumption economy.
The coronavirus crisis has brought about unprecedented transformations at a global scale, and the packaging industry has been no exception.
While the consequences of COVID-19 have not been as negative for the packaging sector as they have for other industries, there have been significant trend shifts in relation to the future of packaging.
Ahead of the upcoming Sustainability in Packaging Asia conference, we caught up with Quentin Yan, Sr. Manager/Director, Consumer Packaging Strategic Marketing of WestRock. He gave us a sneak peek of what we can expect from his presentation on day two, taking place during our ‘Sustainability Through Whole Supply Chain’ session.
Analyzing data within the packaging sector does not have to be rocket science. If you work with the correct production metrics and KPIs, it can be pretty easy to understand what is failing and what can be improved at your factory.To help you get that, PackIOT and Packaging 360 have developed a Free Guide to help you understand which are the most appropriate metrics to use in your factory.
Sharon Xiao from UPM Raflatac will be presenting at this year’s Sustainability in Packaging Asia 2020 in September, discussing the material challenges and innovations in sustainable packaging industry.We spoke to her about her presentation and found out why she thinks it’s important to attend.
Ahead of the upcoming Sustainability in Packaging Asia conference, we caught up with Ashwin Subramaniam, CEO of GA Circular. He gave us a sneak peek of what we can expect from his presentation on day two, taking place during our ‘Circular economy and recycling consideration in packaging’ session.
The bio-based material should be originating from renewable resources completely and should have enough strength to get processed into packaging products. Various parameters like melt strength, tensile strength, elongation, processability, flexibility, thermal stability, biodegradability and composability decide the market acceptability and make any bio-based material to be commercially viable.
OEE is one of the most important metrics to track in a factory. It englobes performance, availability and quality and by evaluating these three factors, it provides information about which sectors of your operation need investment and improvements.