The packaging industry in India is predicted to grow at 18% annually, with...
The packaging industry in India is predicted to grow at 18% annually, with flexible packaging growing at 25% and rigid packaging at 15%. Packaging Gateway dives into this billion-dollar market to investigate the future of packaging industry in India.
With the announcement of waste-free shopping platform Loop, from TerraCycle and some of the world’s largest consumer product companies, single-use plastic could see a major deficit in the future.
Companies are increasingly looking to replace plastic in their packaging as the push towards sustainability continues, and the options for alternatives are rapidly increasing. What are some of the most prominent and most innovative sustainable packaging alternatives on the market?
Having already enjoyed success in the fragrance category, luxury fashion manufacturer Hèrmes has announced plans to delve into the world of beauty. Specifically, it aims to launch skincare and cosmetics products by 2020, and not to be overlooked is the decision that these will feature plastic-free packaging.
Gerresheimer announced plans to build its first medical plastic systems and syringes manufacturing facility in Skopje, North Macedonia, in March 2019, as part of its growth strategy.
DJA is exhibiting at the forthcoming Interphex event, alongside its vendor partners that offer a comprehensive range of machines for the packaging, food, pharmaceutical, chemicals and cosmetics industries.
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