Inside Packaging Magazine: Issue 26

The latest issue of Inside Packaging explores innovation in adhesives, caps and closures, changes in consumer buying behavior, and much more


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In the latest issue of Inside Packaging we find out more about adhesive specialist H.B. Fuller's commitment to innovation and the company's Lüneburg Adhesive Academy in Germany.

Also, we take a look at the packaging authentication and how brands are working to curb premium beverage counterfeiting, as well as exploring how the caps and closures sector is evolving to meet rising challenges, and we find out how a changes in consumer shopping habits are affecting the industry.

Moreover, learn more about the rise in demand for flexible packaging, including bags, pouches and sachets, and find out how UK-based flexible packaging and filling system manufacturer, DS Smith, might just have the answer to the dilemma of lightweight and sustainable connectors, with their new product Strivo.

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In This Issue

Keeping it Together
Adhesive techniques have experienced substantial developments in recent years. We find out more about what it takes to hold the industry together.
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Authentication Innovations
Counterfeiting in the packaging market has been exacerbated by the rise of convenience shopping, as it provides an extra avenue to distribute goods. We find out more about traceability systems.
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Breaking the Mould
Caps and closures are an imperative segment of packaging, ensuring safety and preservation of the product inside. We find out more about innovations in this sector.
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Buying Behaviours
Increasingly busy lifestyles and changes to consumer behaviours will see convenience stores grow rapidly in the next five years. We identify the new challenges posed to the packaging sector by the move towards 'little and often' shopping habits.
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Flex and Pack
According to a new report, glass and metal packaging are going out of fashion, whilst flexible products, such as pouches, are gaining popularity. We profile the rise of the pouch.
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Complex Connectors
Finding packaging solutions that are sustainable, lightweight and easy-to-use have become a hurdle that the industry is desperately trying to overcome. We find out more about a new flexible solution.
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Next Issue: February 2016

As packaging becomes more revolutionary, Inside Packaging takes a look one of the pioneering segments on the industry - bubble wrap - and how it changed the sector, as well as talking to the team behind Scentmaster technology to learn more about scented packaging.

We also find out how customisation of specific graphics and packages will be a focal point for retailers in the next decade and profile the rise of a new flexible solution that allows brands to manufacture any packaging shape easily.

Moreover, we look at the role that labelling plays and what trends and opportunities are being noticed by key players, in addition to investigating how experiential packaging is developing for the millennial generation.

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