Our look at the changes in the packaging industry
Whenever film is turned into bag form – whether self-standing bags, sachets or stick packs – the job requires a forming shoulder. This is an essential part of a flow bag machine, and also a key component when it’s time to switch to alternative materials.Read more!
Special-purpose machine manufacturer KOCH Pac-Systeme specializes in providing solutions tailored to the needs of all kinds of customers. But there’s much more to the all-in package than just one turnkey machine.Read more!
In 1973, Professor Götz Werner opened his first "dm-Markt" – a drugstore chain that has been known ever since for its holistic and social philosophy. It’s therefore no surprise that the company also aims to be a leader in sustainable packaging.Read more!
As a manufacturer of packaging materials, family-owned business Südpack believes it has a responsibility to make its contribution to the circular economy. The company is taking its efforts a step further and wants to help achieve a breakthrough with a technology that could revolutionize plastic recycling.Read more!
Ever since its founding in 1966, the Gerhard Schubert packaging machine manufacturing company in Crailsheim, Germany, has helped drive automation in the industry. Breaking new ground was the family-run company’s secret sauce from the very beginning, says Ralf Schubert, Managing Director and shareholder.Read more!
Swantje Eissing, Business Development Manager Packaging at the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV is researching the packaging of the future with her colleagues.Read more!
Matthias Giebel has been a consultant in the packaging sector for many years. As a partner for sustainability and innovation at B+P, he knows where further consulting services are needed.See more!
Frozen foodstuffs manufacturer FRoSTA is known for rigorously pursuing responsible and sustainable solutions, even in the face of strong resistance. What’s next for this pioneering company?Read more!
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