At the upcoming PKN + Print21 LIVE: New Frontiers in Packaging Print forum, we'll hear from four label printers who have expanded their capability into packaging using digital printing technology. Read more
Australian consumers are more concerned about plastic waste than ever before, according to panellists at a seminar dedicated to discussing change in consumer packaged goods.
New Zealand's Keytone Dairy has raised $15 million in funds for its proposed listing on the ASX via an Initial Public Offering (IPO).
The University of Melbourne and the AIP are seeking companies willing to offer industry internships as part of the Master of Food and Packaging Innovation (MFPI) degree.
A spirits company has signed a deal to use NFC technology to help promote one of its tequila brands during soccer season.
Unilever Australia & New Zealand will introduce post-consumer recycled plastic for bottles of Australian made home and personal care brands such as OMO, Dove, Surf, Sunsilk and TRESemmé.
The demand for personalised packaging is driving more companies to adapt their strategies in line with the growing trend.
The maker of V energy drinks has lost a six-year legal battle to trademark the shade of green used on its cans after a swatch mistake.
ASX-listed Pro-Pac Packaging Group (PPG) will raise $59.8 million to buy Victoria-based Perfection Packaging and NZ company Polypak.
A frank discussion of key issues in plastics and sustainability was hosted in Sydney yesterday, with the focus firmly on Australia's recycling responsibilities going forward.
At an AIP NSW meeting in Sydney yesterday, Aleah Back was awarded the prestigious Harry Lovell award for academic excellence.
PKN's upcoming LIVE event, New Frontiers in Packaging Print, will include a deep dive by Boxer & Co MD Gwen Blake into consumer trends informing design choices for printed packaging.
A biodegradable fibre packaging alternative has been developed to help the industry move away from black plastic.
Australia has triumphed in a major trade dispute over its pioneering tobacco packaging law.
Tna has opened a new office and training centre in Mexico to give new services and extra support to local food manufacturers.