Tamper evidence, holograms and authenticity
‘Safety and security features for plastic packaging applications’ is the theme Claude D’Amico MAIP, ANZ sales manager/market development manager, Innovia Films (Asia Pacific) will be presenting at the AIP NSW August dinner.
Being held in conjunction with the SPE, the dinner will take place on Thursday, 11 August at the Novotel Sydney Olympic Park.
In a world where brand security is increasingly important, effective tamper evidence and anti-counterfeit measures can enhance your brand as well as protect it. Claude has a keen interest in the environment, manifested via food resource optimisation through smarter packaging. Tamper evidence and anti-counterfeit measures are part of that smarter packaging spectrum.
Another speaker at the event will be Trent Munro, product manager – coding technologies, Matthews Australasia.
Trent will be discussing ‘Authenticity and traceability innovations in the packaging industry’. Is your brand being sold in other markets and you don’t even know about it? Product authenticity and traceability are not only critical in protecting your brand’s reputation but can connect your business to the end user and provide additional value, information and promotions. This session will introduce some of the key industry trends and technologies around printing ink technology, serialisation, promotional coding and product traceability software for the packaging industry.
All of the food and beverage industry is invited to attend this dinner. To book your place, simply visit http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=84.
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