KitKat is temporarily replacing the logo on its four-finger milk chocolate bar pack as part of a new campaign to encourage and educate Australians on how to recycle soft plastics correctly. Read more
APCO released the programme that maps the framework for measuring Australia’s progress towards the 2025 national Packaging Targets during a keynote session at the AIP conference.
A first for our industry, the Australasian Packaging Conference 2020, run by the Australian Institute of Packaging, kicked off on an all-new live platform today.
Asst. Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management Trevor Evans has welcomed the decision by APCO to pursue accreditation under the revamped product stewardship legislation.
Spirits company Bacardi has unveiled plans to use a new, 100 per cent biodegradable bottle, which the company says will replace 80 million plastic bottles produced by the company every year.
Swedish company Iggesund Paperboard has developed Inverform, a new, sustainable material for pressed and folded trays used in food packaging.
Planet Protector Packaging is among 12 international finalists in the inaugural Ocean Impact Pitchfest 2020, which aims to support projects positively impacting the ocean.
A new seltzer has entered the Australian market – Saintly Hard Seltzer – which was locally produced in slimline cans and designed in collaboration with some of the country’s leading drinks specialists.
Packaging materials, from paper to wrap around cases, require bonding in a fast-paced environment, such as manufacturing. Hot melt adhesives are often used and may cause a range of issues, but Henkel's latest solution can help overcome such problems with its reduced application temperature.
Nord Drivesystems says it is a powerful partner for drive systems in the bakery industry with its lightweight, corrosion-resistant gear units, smooth surface motors, and frequency inverters.
Marley Spoon CEO Fabian Siegel said the company was pleased with results, with revenue more than doubling and Q3 reporting a 118 per cent increase on the prior corresponding period (PCP), as the company seeks to raise $56 million for global growth.
Pandemic-driven disruption of consumer behaviour and trends has caused manufacturers to shift in more ways the one, industry experts discussed in an online forum hosted by Dassault Systèmes.
Healthy ingredients and label transparency are more important to consumers than ever before following the COVID-19 pandemic, says a new global survey.