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  • Education in the name of progress

    WPO education officer Keith Pearson stresses the importance of continuous education and training in the packaging sector, and looks at the crucial role that WPO plays here.

  • A major step for Ghana

    A new Packaging Institute is set to further Ghana's packaging industry through cooperation with stakeholders, research and training, says Kofi Essuman, president of the institute.

  • Digital printing comes of age

    While digital printing still faces competition from established technologies, Packaging Technology International estimates that its advantages will lead to a sustained boom in demand in the coming years.

  • Critical label compliance

    As regulatory requirements become increasingly strict, correctly designed labelling machines promise to make compliance relatively easy, assures John Clayton of Newman Labelling Systems.

  • The popularity of PET packaging

    Why is PET packaging the most widely used plastic packaging material? part of the answer is that its attributes are many and its future opportunities extensive.

  • Packaging vital to differentiation

    If new food products are to survive in the future, the packaging industry must keep pace with the constant development of shapes, materials and technology.

  • Designing smart labels

    A recognition tag on an existing anaesthetic represents an early groundbreaking example of the use of radio frequency identification.

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