Flexible packaging is everywhere and pouch users know of their benefits. They’re easy to hold, carry, store, pour from, snack from and scoop from. While there are already so many innovations in the segment, there may be just as much opportunity.
It’s no surprise that labels today are designed to do more than just stick around and inform buyers of what’s inside. They are designed to offer more opportunity for engagement, design elements, and also practical traits like light-blocking and water-resistant materials.
Products are being shipped all over the world. There is no place on the planet where any manufactured product cannot be shipped, but you need to ensure that the product reaches its destination in excellent condition.
Household products have come a long way in the last few years – from stand-up and flat-bottom pouches to bigger, brighter labels and innovative closures. The unfortunate truth is that we must keep innovating the packaging to come out on top.
AFC and Policarta have announced the formation of No Waste Technology (NoW™ Technology), a new joint venture that has developed a revolutionary process that makes coated and laminated papers 100% recyclable and sustainable.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we take a look at the packaging robotics industry, learn about some of the latest products to be featured at PACK EXPO LV, sustainability innovation, and much more!