PKN talks... Fostering sustainability and collaboration in packaging with Boris Munster, managing director of Tetra Pak Oceania.

In this episode, Lindy Hughson, managing editor & publisher of PKN Packaging News, talks with Boris Munster, managing director of Tetra Pak Oceania, about sustainable packaging leadership.

We get an insight into Boris’s previous experience and his current goals as MD. The discussion explores the regional differences in packaging, an update on the expansion of the saveBOARD beverage carton recycling, as well as Tetra Pak's sustainable products and expansion into other categories.

We wrap up with Boris extending an invitation to the wider industry for collaboration and innovation with Tetra Pak.

Boris Munster appointed MD of Tetra Pak Oceania:

Australia's first beverage carton recycling facility opens:

APR Kerbside and Tetra Pak install AI robot for waste:

SaveBOARD to set up new facility in QLD:

Rosella soup moves from cans to Tetra Recart:

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MC: Grant McHerron
Host: Lindy Hughson
Editor: Chris Visscher
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