Numerous International Visitors

About 32,00 visitors from 90 countries took advantage of the opportunity to find out about the latest trends and innovations at FACHPACK 2022. The leading theme “Transition in Packaging” hit the nerve of the times, as those responsible for the trade fair summed up. Make a note of it right away: The next FACHPACK will then take place at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 24 to 26 September 2024 after a break year.

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LinkedIn Campaigns Instead of Cold Calls

The need for sustainable packaging ideas poses such a challenge to the consumer goods industry that it is open to new suppliers. Packaging suppliers must, therefore, become visible and searchable with their solutions on the web, says Matthias Giebel of Berndt + Partner Consultants – even if that means putting customer acquisitions on completely new feet.

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FACHPACK and POWTECH as Melting Points for New Ideas

Good mood at FACHPACK: The exhibition organizers drew up an interim balance on Wednesday and expressed their satisfaction to journalists with the course of the two exhibitions FACHPACK and POWTECH, which are being held in parallel at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center for the first time.

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Six Gold Awards at the German Packaging Award

The German Packaging Institute (dvi) announced the winners of the Gold Awards at this year’s German Packaging Award on 27 September at a special industry event on the first day of FACHPACK trade fair. The six best innovations of 2022 come from the economic efficiency, sustainability, digitalisation, packaging machines and young talent categories. The 32 innovative solutions that had already won a German Packaging Award in August were also celebrated.

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“Plastics Save the Future”

New technological developments in the plastics industry are enabling more sustainable packaging, according to a FACHPACK forum held at TECHBOX on Tuesday. Experts from several industries presented case studies.

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“Striving For Perfection is Harmful”

When it comes to sustainability, there are great opportunities for optimization in the B2B sector and logistics. Lukas Lehmann from Fraunhofer IML in Dortmund explains in an interview what these are and how a lack of data and fault tolerance hinder practical implementation.

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