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  • Colour schemes

    Keri Allen discusses the importance of colour management in printing to establish a uniform brand identity around the world.

  • Competitive ink

    Keri Allen examines the ways in which ink manufacturers are addressing the demands made upon printers for high definition and shorter run times.

  • A flexible future

    Packaging and Converting Intelligence investigates the boom of the flexible pouch industry, and asks industry leaders for their opinions on its future development.

  • Protect and print

    As end-users call for coatings and films that are more flexible and resistant, developers are attempting to meet their needs with innovative films and coatings that are suitable for digital...

  • Information and innovation

    Carl Olsmats, general secretary of the WPO, discusses the key ideas and developments that will feature in this issue of Packaging and Converting Intelligence.

  • Wrapping up the rules

    Sébastien Fily, international packaging development manager at Roche Consumer Healthcare, discusses the impact of new regulations on packing technologies for pharmaceutical and healthcare products.

  • Plastic fantastic?

    Since plastic structures for packaging were first introduced, there has been one objective: to simulate the barrier properties of glass or metal. Professor Aaron Brody of the University of Georgia...

  • Active research

    Throughout history, packaging has protected food. George Sadler, professor of packaging at Illinois Institute of Technology, discusses the development of containers that can actively enhance their contents.

  • Patient progress

    Due to stringent legislative restrictions, pharmaceutical companies expect a high standard of quality and service from packagers, and these expectations are rising continually.

  • Candid camera

    Packaging and Converting Intelligence talks to Graham Lewis, head of high-speed video business at Keymed, and Robert Westerkamp, senior sales and marketing executive at Selo, about the need for impeccable...

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