Chemical manufacturer SABIC announced that its polypropylene (PP) film will be introduced in pet food brand packaging by pet food producer Mars, Incorporated.
PACCOR has introduced digital identity to its plastic packaging solutions, enabling the correct identification of each package throughout the value chain.
KM Packaging has launched a range of mono-polymer material lidding films made from polypropylene (PP) that is designed for recyclability.
An Aussie business plans to eliminate polystyrene from supply chains using its sustainable thermal packaging solution made from waste wool.
The webinar will discuss how to find the balance between the 2025 Packaging and 2030 Food Waste Targets.
The initial prototype will help achieve the company's goal to create a paper bottle that can be recycled like any other type of paper.
Kit Kat has temporarily replaced the logo on its four-finger milk chocolate bar with a label to encourage Australian consumers to recycle in store.
This Friday's strikes will affect the packaging of 7.5 million eggs across Australia, disrupting supply to supermarkets and cafes.
Australian brewer and soft drink producer Bundaberg has installed its first in-house canning line using the Craftmate filler from Krones.
The supplier tradefair will exhibit companies with the latest innovations and progress regarding sustainable and digital packing concepts.