Inside Packaging Magazine: Issue 14

20 December 2013 (Last Updated December 20th, 2013 03:37)

The latest issue of Inside Packaging is all about luxury and innovation. We look ahead to 2015 to give you the key trends that will shape luxury packaging, analyse the best in new materials for the high-end market, follow the evolution of nanography and learn about the Cartocan; the inventive environmentally-friendly alternative to cans

Inside Packaging Magazine: Issue 14

Issue 14

Since the packaging industry is constantly changing and evolving as it adapts to new materials and designs, Inside Packaging Magazine makes it a priority to be one step ahead of the latest trends and techniques. As part of our new series, our latest edition profiles the first of four major trends for 2015 as identified by the experts.

As new technologies play a vital role in shaping the industry, we take a deeper look into the world of nanographic printing and its future applications for packaging and ask how innovative packaging can play a role in attracting consumers to products in an online shopping environment.

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In this issue

Ones to Watch
To recognise outstanding achievements in packaging technology, we are proud to reveal the winners of the inaugural Inside Packaging Awards.
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Trends for 2015: Raw Luxury
Across the world, next year's packaging is already being designed. In the first of four features, Lucy Ingham speaks to Laura Perryman of Global Color Research about 2015's packaging trends.
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The Luxury Lowdown
The right material is crucial in adding a premium feel to luxury products. Frances Marcellin chats to the experts to reveal industry secrets on luxury packaging.
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The Eco-friendly Cartocan
The cylindrical, carton board alternative to the aluminium and PET can is the first of its kind. Frances Marcellin caught up with Ewald Gallob, Ennstal Milch's head of marketing and sales, to learn more.
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The Nano Revolution
Nanographic printing has been making waves in the industry in 2013. Charlotte Richardson Andrews asks Gerry Mulvaney of Landa how nanography evolved, how it fits in amongst current print technologies and what lies ahead.
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Smart Solutions
A new development in active closure technology has led to a 100% spill proof smart closure system for non-carbonated beverages. Stephanie Phillips profiles this intriguing technology.
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Mature Marketing
In five years' time, adults over 65 will outnumber children under five. Canadean research manager, Emma Herbert, tells Charlotte Richardson Andrews how packaging can be tailored for this market.
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Online Appeal

Packaging plays a significant role in drawing consumers to products in store but what happens when they shop online? Stephanie Phillips looks at the role of packaging in the digital environment.

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Next Issue: March 2014

The gluten-free market is growing as more and more consumers discover the benefits of a healthy diet. Many brands are looking to packaging to make free-from products appeal to all consumers. In the next issue, we profile brands that are using eye-catching branding to escape the clinical aesthetic traditionally associated with free-from products.

Packaging waste is a major problem in society today with the efficient disposal of plastic waste a particular issue. We look at how GreenBottle's paper bottles, a new environmentally friendly type of liquid packaging, could replace plastic in drinks packaging.

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