EcoSleeve Plus is an innovative Eco-Packaging solution engineered and launched by Botta Packaging to cater for the increasing need for eco-friendly and sustainable protection for bottles and cosmetic flasks
• AGI glaspac to generate around 600 of Direct employment & around 4000 of indirect employment for its new plant in Telangana
• AGI glaspac will evaluate to engage with startups that can meet the international standards of printing and decoration for its new speciality glass plant
APK enables the use of plastic recyclates in cosmetic packaging – Toxicological evaluations confirm quality of Newcycling® LDPE recyclate
APK’s Newcycling®-process with its physical, solvent-based recycling technology generates plastic recyclates of close to virgin quality, which are suitable to be used in cosmetic packaging.
40% of PCR (post-consumer recycling) glass was demonstrably used in industrial glass production at Gerresheimer in Momignies, Belgium, from January 1 to June 30, 2020. RDC environment, a Belgian-based consultancy firm for environmental studies and analyses, certified after thorough examination that the quantity of PCR glass used in relation to the quantity of glass packaging sold corresponds to a recycling or PCR glass content of over 40 percent.
QUALIFORM first to adopt Eastman Cristal™ Renew copolyester made with innovative molecular recycling technology
QUALIFORM introduces signature line of sustainable luxury packaging with 50% certified* recycled content
With the latest brand relaunches of Nature Box, Gliss Kur and Syoss, Henkel takes another important step in promoting sustainable packaging solutions and advancing its portfolio.
Origins will become the first global prestige beauty brand to utilize ‘advanced recycled resin’ for a tube, due to ELC’s new partnership with Sabic and Albéa
Luxury packaging business, Delta Global, has created an innovative, eco-friendly packaging solution for high-end fashion mystery box service, Heat.
With fashion and beauty (as well as its packaging) still largely sitting within the ‘disposable’ goods section, communicating your message is key to still being ‘buyable’. Whether it is stamps of approval from environmental organisations, minimising internal packaging ‘fillers’ or simply educating the consumer with a ‘re-use me’ message – there is plenty that can be done say’s Robert Lockyer of Delta Global.
Packaging 360 jointly with HPCI, organized a webinar on “Bringing Sustainability & Innovations in Packaging “on 12th August, 2020. The idea was to bring the stakeholders in the ingredients & formulation domain & packaging design & development professionals together to attend the two-hour session.