With the support of partner, Jet technologies, the Screen L350 UV Inkjet press will help Labels Connect streamline digital printing jobs for its diversity of customers
Study finds that 39 per cent of people will pay a five per cent premium for environmentally friendly packaging, while 15 per cent are prepared to pay between 10 and 20 per cent more
The move will remove non-recyclable materials from the packaging for Arnott’s entire A/NZ biscuit range, resulting in full recyclability of that packaging through the Australian RedCycle and New Zealand Soft Plastics Recycling schemes
Bobst has taken the wraps off its latest portfolio of products and services to help converters and brand owners navigate through a new packaging environment
The new solution gives brands and their customers more sophisticated and flexible ways to verify the authenticity of products
The National Retail Association has engaged with over 10,000 businesses across the state to help them understand and comply with the upcoming changes
AIP will provide 15 expert speakers at the FoodTech Qld Conference on 7 and 8 July and host the PIDAs at the conference on 8 July
- Arnott’s commits to recyclable packaging by 2023
- Bobst launches new solutions for a fast-changing packaging industry
- Labels Connect expands digital printing capacity with Screen L350 UV
- Pack Print International scheduled for October 2022 in Thailand
- EFI appoints BJC as its sales partner in Thailand for Nozomi solutions
- AIP to host PIDAs and expert sessions at FoodTech Qld Conference
- How smart packaging and a reinvented supply chain can save the planet: Wiliot
- Retailers in Western Australia prepare for plastics ban
- In pictures: AUSPACK 2022 showcases new innovation and brings industry together
- Coles launches Australian-first ecostore refill station
Hafizah Osman is the editor of Australian Printer and ProPack.pro. She also regularly contributes to Sprinter and ProPack.pro online, keeping readers up-to-date with the latest news in the industry.
Andy McCourt has been a feature of the Australian graphic arts industry for four decades, both a supplier and analytical writer. Today he runs his own consultancy and is publisher of Wide Format online.
Nerida Kelton is the executive director of the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) and vice-president – sustainability and save food of the World Packaging Organisation (WPO).Spotlight
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