Sustainable Packaging Solutions for Premium Consumer Goods

Innovative technology meets design: smart premium packaging from the cosmetics, beverage, and fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sectors will be the focus of Paris Packaging Week on June 29 and 30, 2022, at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition center.  Henkel Adhesive Technologies will be exhibiting their comprehensive portfolio of surface treatments, coatings, and sealants for the metal packaging industry.

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Aluminum Can Scores High in Recycling

A study commissioned by the International Aluminium Institute (IAI) on the recycling of three beverage packaging materials – aluminum, glass, and plastic (PET) – shows that aluminum cans contribute the most to the circular economy internationally.

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“Trade Show Duo Represents Entire Value Chain”

From 27 to 29 September 2022, the packaging industry will once again gather for three days to share information and knowledge with their customers and business partners, find out about the latest trends and innovations, and be inspired by interesting speakers and topics. We talked to Phillip Blass, Director FACHPACK at NürnbergMesse, about how the planning is going. During our conversation he provided some insights into what visitors to FACHPACK 2022 can look forward to.

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Ricola Candies in Sustainable Cans

German tinplate manufacturer Thyssenkrupp Rasselstein is joining forces with Swiss companies Hoffmann Neopac and Ricola to launch the world’s first food can made from CO2-reduced packaging steel in March.

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What Manufacturers Need To Consider In 2022

Anyone putting packaging into circulation bears responsibility for the product. In this interview, Gunda Rachut, Chair of Germany’s Central
Packaging Register (ZSVR), explains what manufacturers need to consider and which regulations have been added in 2022.

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Recycled Aluminum for Deodorant Sprays

Drugstore retailer Rossmann is taking further steps toward sustainability with its own brand Isana. Twelve deodorant sprays are getting sustainable packaging. Instead of using primary aluminum, Rossmann says it will use 100 percent recycled aluminum for the spray cans of its deodorants in the future.

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