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  • PET: The shape of things to come

    In the past year, there has been renewed interest in PET bottling of beer. Phil Gunning, vice president of sales and marketing at Amcor PET Packaging, discusses the development of...

  • Stand and Deliver

    Dennis Calamusa, of Alliedflex™ Technologies Inc, discusses the manifold benefits of stand-up pouch packaging.

  • A feel for dispenser technology

    Anthony Clark examines how the feel of packaging can help to lure consumers away from habitual purchases of cosmetics and personal care products.

  • Recycling at a crossroads

    As recycling rates decline, The PET industry is failing to meet today's demand for post-consumer PET - a trend that must be reversed, says Luke Schmidt of the National Association...

  • Validated lines – a business necessity

    The validation of pharmaceutical packaging lines is about establishing an efficient process and thus makes perfect financial sense, claims Dr Afshin Hosseiny of GlaxoSmithKline.

  • Power through innovation

    Hervé Bouix of Estée Lauder Companies highlights the ever-more significant role that innovation plays in the cosmetics field.

  • Bottlefuls of high quality

    Thanks to great triumphs in engineering, bottle making can now match the demands of beverages with prolonged quality retention, says Aaron Brody of Packaging/Brody.

  • Inkjet conquers packaging

    Dr Paul Ewing of Avecia highlights developments in digital inkjet printing that make it a highly attractive option for the packaging industry.

  • Focusing on the consumer

    What does a company have to think about when creating consumer-friendly packaging? Sébastien Fily of Laboratoires Roche Nicholas has the answer.

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