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Our editorial board comprises a specialist group of leading industry figures who, in conjunction with the Packaging & Converting Intelligence editorial team, identify the main drivers of the industry helping to produce regular, thought-provoking opinion pieces on the latest issues, challenges and developments.

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The creative focus of resin-maker M&G Chemicals
19 September, 2017
M&G Chemicals has built a name on looking towards the future....
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The special effects of Glory Innovations’ printing 07 September, 2017 Specialising in UV, gravure, screen and special effect printing, Glory Innovations stands tall as a global market leader of the printing industry. With almost four decades of...

Insights regarding digital prints and similar technologies in the packaging industry 07 September, 2017 While digital print is continuing to grow in scope and appeal for packaging companies, there is still room for other technologies to thrive in the market. Packaging &...

Countdown begins for Labelexpo Europe 2017 in Brussels 07 September, 2017 Labelexpo Europe 2017 gears up for its biggest edition to date as it returns to Brussels Expo, Belgium, on 25–28 September. Aimed at printers, brand-owners and designers, it is...

Predicting print-label trends in the packaging market 07 September, 2017 Changing needs of buyers, greater acceptance of colour digital printing and a demand for more personalised offerings are expected to be the key drivers in the global print-label...

FEICA's views on the significance of adhesives in packaging 07 September, 2017 Sonia Sharma speaks to FEICA, the multinational association representing the European adhesive and sealant industry, about innovations within the sector.

Sustainable food packaging introduces new leader Ahlstrom and Munksjö 07 September, 2017 Ahlstrom and Munksjö merged in April 2017 to form Ahlstrom-Munksjö, a key global player in fibre-based materials. Brian Oost, vice-president of foodpack marketing, explains how this...

Packaging laws and regulations: reducing the environmental impact 07 September, 2017 Many packaging regulations have been enacted worldwide and the number is growing. There are over 33 sustainability and environmental protection directives, regulations, targets...

Sukano’s latest, oriented film application: the ultra-clear masterbatch 07 September, 2017 Since pioneering the masterbatch market for BOPET film applications, Sukano has not stopped innovating. Continually improving its products to meet changing market demands, the...

Simco-Ion's IQ Easy Platform: addressing the static threat to plastic packaging 07 September, 2017 To remain competitive, factories need to speed up manufacturing processes while becoming more connected. But faster production also means more static – a sticky hindrance to...

Water-based package coatings to engulf solvent-based coatings by 2020 07 September, 2017 Historically, solvent-based coatings have maintained the largest share of protective and speciality coatings. However, they are projected to be surpassed by water-based coatings by...

Key players in smart packaging 07 September, 2017 Technology is transforming how brands and consumers interact, and with greater numbers blocking out ad content, intelligent packaging presents a hands-on way to encourage consumers...

Xeikon’s Panther technology optimising digital label printing 07 September, 2017 For decades, the name Xeikon has been synonymous with dry-toner technology. Earlier this year, the company announced its strategic entry into the UV-curable inkjet market with...


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