(UPM Raflatac, Helsinki, 4 November 2021 at 11:00 EET) – UPM Raflatac is leading the way by introducing a full range of paper label products made with 100% recycled fibers designed for food, retail and logistics labeling needs. The range includes the first commercially available Total Phenol Free thermal paper labels made with 100% recycled fibers. These labels are a good choice for logistics and retail labeling applications and contribute to the overall sustainability of the packaging.
The cost-increase of a number of inputs for kraft paper has impacted the corrugated packaging industry which will have to persevere in the recent spike in the prices. FCBM has appealed to all stakeholders including the government to take necessary steps to help the industry to emerge out of this crisis.
Smurfit Kappa Launches Unique Sustainable Packaging Portfolio to Drive Growth in the Online Health and Beauty Market
Packaging leader Smurfit Kappa has launched a unique range of circular packaging solutions for the rapidly growing online health and beauty market. The customisable eHealth & Beauty portfolio includes sustainable, paper-based packaging solutions ideal for shipping vulnerable products, such as fragrances, cosmetics, and skin and hair care products, as well as tamper proof packaging designed for vitamins, supplements and sports nutrition.
Flipkart is going plastic-free for the delivery of millions of packages along with deploying over 2,000 electric vehicles in our delivery fleet prior to the festive season and The Big Billion Days.
Flipkart achieves milestone of 100% single-use plastic elimination packaging throughout its own supply chain
Bengaluru – July 07, 2021: Flipkart, India’s homegrown e-commerce marketplace, has eliminated all single-use plastic packaging used across its fulfillment centres in India, delivering on its public commitment to move to plastic-free packaging in its own supply chain by 2021.
Businesses selling on Amazon Marketplace can now use this ready to go, pre-certified Bag-in-Box design avoiding the need to go through costly and time-consuming testing at a specialised ISTA certified laboratory to gain FFP certification.
From national lockdowns to worldwide disruption, times have been tough for small businesses everywhere. In a global pandemic, India’s SMEs are doubling down on e-commerce
The logistics division, under the Commerce Ministry, has started an exercise to formulate a national packaging initiative, which will be part of the proposed logistics policy. The ministry on Wednesday said that a stakeholder consultation was organised to define the scope and the national packaging initiative as part of the national logistics policy that is currently being finalised. According to Pawan Agarwal, Special Secretary (Logistics), packaging deserves greater attention from improving the overall logistical efficiency perspective.
Digital Security Printing has become one of the hottest issues and is currently the most important technology in the print industry.
Thanks to revival in demand and increased offtake from e-commerce channels, paper-packaging entities have been witnessing a rebound this fiscal, offsetting the impact of the pandemic-induced disruptions in the first quarter.
Furniture Supply Chain Packaging Challenges are Much More Gruelling Than Imagined. Here’s How Top Companies Are Overcoming It
One of the key problems facing the sector today are related to supply chain, logistics & packaging.
While there is little that can be done about the logistics aspect, especially when it comes to furniture exports since they are largely dictated by trends in global trade, packaging becomes a key differentiating factor between different companies.
Like any change, no matter how necessary or good it may be, it carries risks. Transparency is key, prices and availability can not be hidden. What sounds unsteady could become the next generation of your business. The services cost money, and if you can offer these kinds of services, why don’t you take a better slice? We remember a company selling books without ever owning them. This story is also possible in packaging.