PKN’s July-August issue is another bumper edition showcasing sustainability and innovation in Snacks & Convenience, Flexible Packaging, Digital Printing and Smart Factories, and featuring the gold winners in this year's prestigious Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA). Read more
Amcor Flexibles has partnered with compostable packaging producer, TIPA, to bring its compostable packaging technology to Australia and New Zealand.
As part of its ambition to be Australia’s most sustainable supermarket, Coles Group has launched a national campaign that brings to life and celebrates its recently launched Sustainability Strategy.
The Goodman Group and joint venture partner, Brickworks, have commenced construction of a new 16,870 square metre purpose-built service centre facility for packaging giant, CHEP.
Aiming to support the emerging trend of using closures to manage quality of wine throughout its shelf-life, Jet Technologies has grown its range of solutions for ANZ wine producers.
This July, Mars Food Australia is rolling out its new Masterfoods Herbs & Spices packaging, sporting a new closure system by Cormack Packaging, and produced on a revamped, automated packaging line at its Wyong, NSW manufacturing plant.
PKN talks... Transitioning to Industry 4.0 to increase productivity and decrease costs, with John Broadbent, director of RealisePotential.
Better Packaging Co. has launched Spot On, a compostable mailing bag printed with a multi-colour design, with the first variant in leopard print to raise awareness of the plight of the endangered Amur leopard.
In a bid to strengthen its footprint in Australia, NZ brand Compostic has launched into Woolworths, now bringing its range of home compostable cling film and resealable bags to the country’s shores.
Thurne-Middleby has boosted the capabilities of its IBS1000 Bacon Slicer with a Vision System, which enables processors to achieve enhanced first time on-weight percentages.
West Australian based regenerative food and agriculture company Wide Open Spaces has recorded its eight consecutive quarter of revenue growth.
Australian based dairy manufacturer Nature One Dairy says it has reached agreement with Nepean River Dairy to by the business for $36.5 million.
The World is experiencing increasing climate variability, with water shortages inevitable. Hydroflux director Andrew Miley writes about how companies can mitigate the impacts.