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How can innovative packaging designs elevate the on-shelf appeal of hot drinks products?
The rising number of hot drinks connoisseurs has put pressure on manufacturers to find new ways to stand out in an increasingly saturated market. Using research from GlobalData, Eloise McLennan explores how packaging can help brands to target key consumer trends and stay one step ahead of competitors.
2017: The year’s biggest Packaging Gateway stories
Linpac and Leroy Seafood Group to create new packaging tray for Mercadona, and Cortec to introduce VpCI-coated corrosion protection boxes. Packaging-gateway wraps-up the key headlines from 2017.
Personalised food and drink gift packaging on the rise
Personalised luxury items have been around for quite a while, however personalisation is now gaining ground in food and drink as well.
The next industrial revolution: Packaging and ‘Industry 4.0’
As the manufacturing sector moves towards Industry 4.0, so too must the supply chain supporting it, particularly packaging, without which no goods can move. Martin Leeming, CEO of Trakrap, looks at the challenges and opportunities the smart factory presents for the packaging industry.
Packaging innovation spotlight: stain remover pops up to save the day
Dealing with stains when on the go can be extremely frustrating as there are very few truly convenient and effective solutions available to consumers.
The rising importance of environmentally friendly packaging
Consumers are highly sensitive to the environmental implications of packaging formats. While the implications of product formulation have long been a focus of consumers, it is becoming clear that the packaging waste produced by everyday purchases also has a detrimental effect on the environment.
BillerudKorsnas Gruvon Production Facility Expansion, Gruvon, Varmland County
Sweden-based renewable packaging material manufacturer BillerudKorsnäs announced its plans to expand its manufacturing facility in Gruvön, Sweden, in December 2016.
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