Foodmach chief customer officer Earle Roberts has been appointed CEO as of 1 July, after delivering a string of recent successes for the company.
The Andrews Government has introduced legislation to ban lightweight, single-use plastic bags in Victoria from 1 November, leaving NSW as the only Australian state or territory still permitting the bags.
Pack Print International will focus on the mega-trends shaping the future of the industry at what it bills as Southeast Asia’s biggest packaging and printing exhibition since 2007.
A leading talent in the world of package and brand design, Mikey Hart from Hulsbosch will speak about what informs transformational, sustainable brand design at Print21 + PKN LIVE in August.
Pro-Pac Packaging has suffered a hit to its Industrial business due to a deterioration in trading conditions.
Amcor non-executive director Paul Brasher is stepping down due to health problems.
The new highly specified 4500sqm OjiFS packaging plant in Mildura is open, with the company now offering its innovative wax-free PowerPly cartons to the local market.
Amcor and Bemis have closed their $A9.2bn merger deal following final regulatory approvals being received.
Visy boss Anthony Pratt is Australia's richest person for the third consecutive year, beating mining magnate Gina Rinehart on the Australian Financial Review's roundup of the country's 200 wealthiest people.
Coca-Cola Amatil has sold SPC to Shepparton Partners Collective for $40 million, it announced this week.
Esko is hosting an open house at the end of the month, designed to highlight how its innovations are enabling label and flexo printers to meet modern day challenges.
UK supermarket giant Waitrose is launching a packaging-free shopping experiment, with one of its flagship stores supplying a host of food, drink and household products without packaging.
Amcor and Bemis are set to merge on Tuesday 11 June after receiving antitrust clearance in the US and approval from the Australian Federal Court.
Three packaging companies have been recognised as “Partners for Growth” at Coca-Cola Amatil’s annual awards.
Ball & Doggett's Evening of Rubbish Talks delivered inspiration to the crowd of designers and graphic media professionals who gathered at The Distillery in Sydney. PKN was there.