Close the Loop Group is listing on the ASX today, following the completion of an over-subscribed $12 million capital raising, with strong support from institutional and cornerstone investors. Read more
Amcor has opened a new ISO certified medical packaging facility for the APAC region, with co-extruders and flexo printing centre stage at the Singapore-based plant.
PKN’s Nov/Dec 2021 issue is once again packed with latest stories from the world of packaging, shining a light on the latest news, trends and developments in sustainability, e-commerce packaging, packaging innovation, and pack printing and decoration.
EXCLUSIVE: In a game-changing move for sustainable packaging and recycling, O F Packaging and Close the Loop are joining forces to form – and ASX list – the new entity Close the Loop Group.
Opal Specialty Packaging has used digital print technology to individualise De Bortoli's 2021 Wine Advent Calendar boxes, creating a unique mix of colours and decorations in different areas of each box.
The newly merged Close The Loop business has acquired Queensland-based seafood packaging operation Oceania Agencies, to boost its offering to the aquaculture market.
In the news this week: OF Packaging, Close the Loop, Licella, Amcor, Coles, LyondellBasell, Nestle, Planet Protector Packaging, NSW Govt single-use plastics ban.
PKN talks... Collective Impact and our progress towards the National Packaging Targets, with Brooke Donnelly and Dr Helen Lewis.
A new SAI Global report has revealed that sustainability will be a major focus of Australia’s post-pandemic recovery, and all businesses will be looking to their suppliers to reduce their environmental footprint.
The Squad Ink branding agency has added more medals to its collection, scooping four Golds and three Masters awards at this year’s Design & Packaging Masters Awards.
In partnership with BillerudKorsnas, Oatly has implemented an innovative secondary packaging solution enabling a reduction in packaging material of up to 35%.
SMC has released its new PF3A8#H-L, the latest addition to its flow switch family, designed to cover a large flow measurement range.
Biripi Capital, Australia’s first Aboriginal-owned private equity firm, has closed an initial tranche of $20 million investment from the Hudson Food Group. It is believed to be the largest impact investment into an Aboriginal business ever made in Australia.
The Fisheries Research and Development Corporation is calling for applications that address the 17 research, development & extension priorities identified by the fishing and aquaculture sector.
Regenerative food company Wide Open Agriculture has raised $20 million through institutional investors. It will use the funds to develop Western Australia’s first oat milk manufacturing plant.