Orora has won the Coca-Cola Amatil 2017 Partner of the Year Award for its business performance.

Currie Group is looking for an experienced HP Indigo-trained operator to join its service team in Melbourne.

Business leaders have the opportunity to tap into the vision and insight of millennials despite their pessimism about the future.

The AIP has thrown its support behind a report by Empauer which identifies several barriers to sustainable packaging.

Heat and Control has entered into a partnership agreement with Hayssen, a local supplier of packaging flow wrappers.

Technology which helps designers interact dynamically with their 3D virtual packaging designs has been released.

Australian Made has partnered with Trust Codes in a move which seeks to protect the authenticity of local products.

Owens-Illinois has finalised plans to cease production at its Atlanta, Georgia plant.

SodaStream has rolled out a set of limited-edition bottles with decorative hats to raise money for one of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's favourite charities.

Packaging giant Orora Group will pump another $30 million into its innovation fund, bringing the total to $75 million.

Foodmach has taken on the agency for Robopac pallet stretch wrappers as part of a new agreement with the Italy-based company.

Tetra Pak has announced plans to launch a paper straw for its portion-sized carton packages to help address plastic straw waste.

Hosting many exciting side events and a large global contingent, the AIP pulled out all the stops to make the Packaging Globalisation conference a truly memorable event for all attendees.

HMPS will be one of the Australian companies heading to ProPak Asia from 13-16 June in Bangkok, Thailand.

At this year's conference, the AIP recognised several individuals for their contributions to the packaging industry over the years.