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EXCLUSIVE: Packaged water brand JUST Water launches officially in Australia this week. In advance of the launch, PKN was invited behind the scenes to the packaging facility and to speak with the stakeholders in the project about what makes this water a “better solution”.

Amcor and Bemis have finalised their appointments for the board of directors and senior leadership teams that will follow their big merger.

The Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR) and the Boomerang Alliance recycling campaign group have released a list of five policy priorities for the federal election.

At the upcoming Women in Packaging breakfast, Nikki Moeschinger, MD of Brand Opus, will explore creativity and human purpose in this new age when technology and automation is having an overwhelming impact on the workplace and our everyday lives.

PKN's latest print issue – the AUSPACK 2019 Preview – is hitting desks this week, bringing readers a collaborative cover experience with a difference. Each of the 5000 variations of the cover also incorporate an AR activation, triggered by scanning the cover or the digitally printed stand-up pouch inserted in the issue.

An ever-growing list of Australian companies have identified ProPak Asia as the number one exhibition to showcase their products into the ASEAN region, and 2019 will be no exception.

A new flexible packaging business has entered the ANZ market with a suite of bio-based certified compostable pack formats for food and other products. PKN spoke to Grounded Packaging co-founder Josh Kempton.

There's a compelling need to improve packaging recovery and recycling rates across all material streams if we are to achieve the 2025 National Packaging Targets, according to an APCO report released today.

One of China's oldest food companies is expanding into ready-to-drink products, and Ecolean is supplying the packaging.

China’s leading dairy brand, Yili, is installing two Sidel aseptic complete PET packaging lines, including the Aseptic Combi Predis with its dry preform sterilisation technology.

Water brand Mount Franklin and Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB) are in a new partnership, created they say to educate, inspire and take action to enable better recycling opportunities for Australians.

Diversified packaging operation Pro-Pac saw its first half figures impacted by lower sales in the agricultural sector, higher costs, and adverse foreign currency movements, with its acting CEO saying the result is “well below our expectations.”

It is all systems go for the proposed new Australian Paper Energy from Waste (EfW) plant, with the paper manufacturer partnering with waste management business Suez to develop the $600m Maryvale Mill project.

Since its entry into the Middle East market in 2006, tna's business in the region has grown tenfold. To expand its reach, the Australian-owned company has just opened a new office and training facility in Dubai.

HP and Currie Group are hosting a two-day security printing HP Indigo Brand Protection Solution event, to highlight security printing options on the narrow web HP Indigo, as brand face increasing counterfeiting losses.