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  1. The future of packaging

    Smart bottles and edible boxes: what McKinsey expects packaging to look like. Key trends that will be reshaping the packaging industry in the next 5–10 years include the development of e-commerce, changing consumer preferences, margin compression in fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and retail, and focus ...

  2. Not a ban but a call for recycling

    ... to the Federal Law On Production and Consumption Wastes are in progress. The initiative will eventually force manufacturers to cut down production and encourage consumers to reuse plastic bags. In addition, Rospotrebnadzor suggests that biodegradable packaging technology be developed. Maxim Remchukov, Sustainable Development Director at SIBUR, shared insights on recycling as a potential solution to waste problem in an interview with RBC's What Does It Mean? show. According to Maxim, there ...

  3. BIAXPLEN at Labelexpo Europe

    ... printing, machinery, consumables and software. On the whole, the exhibition attracted 37,903 visitors from 140 countries, who came to see 693 exhibitors occupy about 40,000 sq m. This time, the exhibition centred around hybrid printing and flexible packaging technologies. Lisa Milburn, Managing Director at Labelexpo Global Series, said: “Flexible packaging is one of the fastest growing and most exciting areas of the label and package printing industry, so we decided to incorporate it as a major ...

  4. Plastic packaging industry trends

    PolyER hosted a round-table discussion on plastic packaging. Plastic recycling challenges It was the first time a packaging manufacturer brought all stakeholders around the table. The attendees included feedstock suppliers, packaging manufacturers and customers, plastic collection and recycling operators....

  5. Plastics take care of cement

    How polymer cement packaging beats traditional paper bags. Keeping packaged cement during transportation is a never-ending challenge for construction and logistics businesses. Cement hardly withstands ambient environments and needs to be protected from moisture, carbon ...

  6. Packaged in Siberia

    Alexander Ladan, Director of Neo-Pack, speaks about the way manufacturers of polymer packaging surprise their customers and about the nature of Asian markets. How is the packaging market in Siberia evolving? What do you think about the current Russian packaging market? Over the last 20 years, the packaging market has evolved ...

  7. BOPP films – flexible strategy

    ... foreign peers fr om such mass segments as transparent and metallised commodity films, wh ere technological requirements were not that high. Imports survived only in complex technology-intensive and quality-demanding segments like tobacco and confectionery packaging, or label films for plastic containers.” BOPP film facilities under construction in Novokuybyshevsk. At this second stage of import substitution, BIAXPLEN was competing with some other domestic players that decided to invest in new ...

  8. Green light to sustainability

    ... footprint with air pollution control equipment. Every business has its purposes guiding it throughout its lifetime. Profit making and business development are, perhaps, the most essential. That is obvious, and we at Conflex share this view. Our packaging has made its way into 15 food and FMCG segments. All customers want to pay less without compromising quality or aesthetics. One might think that this should always encourage packaging companies to cut costs and pay little attention to anything ...

  9. “There are plenty of things to package”

    Vladimir Rush , CEO of PolyER, talks about high-speed production lines, intuition and interesting ways to use plastic containers. Having started as a wholesaler of packaging made of various materials, PolyER transformed into a polymer-focused manufacturer. Why polymers? On the one hand, it was intuition. On the other hand, it was an adequate view of the market. In 1993–2000, we traded in a wide range of ...

  10. Polymers in food packaging

    Increasingly fierce competition sets food companies on a never-ending quest for new packaging solutions. Ensuring freshness Nikolai Logachev, CEO of cheesemaker Aldini, says that manufacturers have three priorities when it comes to packaging – design, image quality, and guaranteed shelf life. Modern polymer packaging offers ...

  11. BIAXPLEN launches new film grades

    The company has marketed new grades for a number of consumer segments The new films are intended for use in confectionery packaging, stationery supplies, and self-adhesive label manufacturing. PGI is a confectionery packaging film boasting enhanced release properties. It was developed jointly with Russia’s leading flexible packaging producers. The laboratory and ...

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