Result Group brings Natural Branding technology to Australia
Result Group has partnered with EcoMark and Macsa, global companies in the coding and marking space, to bring Natural Branding to the Australian market
Esko implements parametric standards in design software
Esko has become the first to bring to market the new standards established by the European Federation of Corrugated Board Manufacturers
FESPA to welcome 490 international exhibitors to Munich
FESPA organisers have confirmed that over 490 international exhibitors will be showcasing the latest innovations during three events set to take place in Munich at the end of May 2023
Markem-Imaje launches hybrid continuous inkjet printer
Markem-Imaje has launched the 9750+ continuous inkjet printer, providing flexibility while delivering on legibility and permanence
Mars Wrigley and Coles trial new sustainable off-location displays
The sustainable off-location displays are made from ocean-bound plastic and will see a reduction of 74 tonnes of cardboard from Coles’ value chain
Close the Loop to acquire US biz ISP Tek Services for up to US$66M
Both companies are excited about the opportunities that the combined group can deliver in the remanufacturing space globally
The real cost of supply chain waste: Avery Dennison
Avery Dennison’s latest report shows that making waste reduction part of a company purpose can benefit the planet, people and the bottom line
- Markem-Imaje launches hybrid continuous inkjet printer
- OKI’s label printer streamlines Archie Rose’s custom label offering
- New sustainable packaging solution for Pringles
- Mount Franklin campaigns for packaging sustainability
- Heidelberg unveils its Speedmaster CX 75
- Great Northern Pack Changes
- OjiFS purchases Cassowary Coast Cartons
- Coles uses plastic marine waste to create its shopping bags
- Capitalising on market demand for short-run labels: Konica Minolta
- Markem-Imaje launches its SmartLase F250 fiber laser printer
The real cost of supply chain waste
Avery Dennison’s latest report shows that making waste reduction part of a company purpose can benefit the planet, people and the bottom line.
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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).
Protecting brand assets
The role of the label and package print industries in combatting brand piracy was examined in a label Academy master class
DIC drives industry sustainability
Ink colossus places a focus on social value and the environment
LJM Victoria acquires OZ Connect Traders
Company makes the decision to acquire as the Australian co-packing space is rapidly expanding
How packaging companies can catch the post-pandemic wave of new product launches: McKinsey
As the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, we anticipate a significant increase in new product launches driven by changing megatrends. Five strategic areas of focus can help packaging companies position themselves for success.
How I won the global Durst label award: Wagner’s John Galea
Wagner Prestige Labels managing director John Galea has revealed how he won the global Durst RSC Label Masters Award
Heidelberg Packaging: integrated, versioned, and personalised
The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) delivered an opportunity for the big offset press manufacturers to step back and to re-evaluate the companies they needed to become for the future.
Andy McCourt on: APCO commences independent review of soft plastics recycling
The Best Sustainable Wine Brands on: Denomination designs packaging for Wise Wolf by Banrock Station
Steve Statler on: How smart packaging and a reinvented supply chain can save the planet: Wiliot