Home » ADF&PCD Shows Dedication to Packaging Design at Two High-Profile Events
ADF&PCD New York (Aerosol & Dispensing Forum, and Packaging of Perfume, Cosmetics & Design) showed its dedication to packaging design at two high profile events in late July. The first edition of ADF & PCD New York will be held Sept. 13-14, at The Altman Building and Metropolitan Pavilion located in Manhattan.
ADF&PCD Innovation Awards Meeting
The jury for the ADF&PCD Innovation Award gathered at Material ConneXion to review an array of new products vying for the honor. After deliberating in a convivial atmosphere for two hours, eights winners were selected.
The jury included: Ken Adams, KAO USA Inc., Rafael Auras, Michigan State University, Patrice Barre, L’Oréal, Harry Bennet, BennEnt, LLC, Hervé Bouix, Estée Lauder, Dr. Andrew Dent, Material ConneXion, Hae Chang Gea, Rutgers University, Cynthia Hundley, Spray Technology, Jamie Matusow, Beauty Packaging, Detlev Melcher, Aersosol Europe, Santiago Piedrafita, Pratt Institute, Bernard Quennessen, Coty, Carolyn Hsu, NewBeauty, Henry Renella, Estée Lauder, Marianne Rosner Klimchuk, FIT.
The Awards Ceremony will be held at the show on Sept. 13.
ADF&PCD Meets Industry Leaders and Future Packaging Designers at The Pratt Institute Art of Packaging Award Gala
Displaying dedication to packaging innovation and designers of the future, ADF&PCD supported The Pratt Institute Art of Packaging Award Gala honoring Interparfums and Jean Madar.
Show director Christelle Anya hosted Ted Owen and Erica Brokaw (Clinique), Paul McLauglin (Elizabeth Arden), Ken Noskin (Aramis & Designer Frances), Paul Austin (Austin Advisory Group), and others, along with Marc Benoit (Easyfairs sales director) and show marketing manager Emma Appert.
Leading Suppliers at ADF&PCD
Companies confirmed to exhibit at Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) include: ALUCON, AMERICAN GASKET & RUBBER, AMERICAN SPRAYTECH, APTAR PHARMA, AURENA LABORATORIES AB, BALL CORPORATION, CAPROSOL, CASCADE TECHNOLOGIES, COLEP, CONDENSA, COSTER, CRISAN PLAST, DLH BOWLES, EASTERN AEROSOL ASSOCIATION, EUSCHER GmbH & Co. , EXAL CORPORATION, FAREVA, FAVARON, FORMULATED SOLUTIONS, GLOBUS, HINTERKOPF, INTERCAN GROUP, LINDAL, MALL+HERLAN, MBC AEROSOL, MORAVIA CANS, NUSSBAUM POPPE, POWER CONTAINER, PPG PACKAGING COATINGS, PRECISION, QUALITY ASSURED LABELS, SIMSEK AMBALAJ, SPRIMAG STAEHLE, SUMMIT PACKAGING, SUN CHEMICAL, TECHNOPACK, TEKNI-PLEX, TERCO Inc., TOLMO, and more.
Companies exhibiting at Packaging of Perfume, Cosmetics and Design (PCD) include: ABA PACKAGING, ALBEA, APPLIC’ETAINS, ANISA INTERNATIONAL, AXILONE, BARALAN, B.I. PACKAGING, BILLERUDKORSNÄS, BOTTLEMATE, CAMEO METAL PRODUCTS, CHINA PACKAGING, CHONG WOO AMERICA, COSMETICS & PERFUME FILLING & PACKAGING INC, DECOSYSTEM, DS SMITH, FUSION PACKAGING, GERRESHEIMER, GLORY INNOVATIONS INC, HEINZ GLAS USA, INCA SPA, JAMES ALEXANDER CORPORATION, LEO PAPER, POINT TO PAPER, POLYONE, PR SERVICE GRAPHIQUE, SERAM US, SGD NORTH AMERICA INC., SHB PACKAGING, SHYA HSIN PACKAGING, STOELZLE GLASS GROUP, TAIWAN K.K CORPORATION/COSJAR, TAPEMATIC USA INC, TIRRIT CORP, UNI PRESIDENT GLASS INDUSTRIAL CO (UPGI), VSAR RESOURCES LLC, and many others.
Beiersdorf, Coty USA, The Estée Lauder Companies, Fashion Institute of Technology, L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, KAO, Rutgers University, Others to Participate in Conference Programs including LGP “The Luxury Goods Packaging Forum” Series.
Two complementary conference programs put a strong focus on technical innovation, future trends and education as the pathway to the future of packaging. Each session is created in collaboration with high level packaging experts from leading beauty and personal care brands, distinguished academicians, and key associations, including Beiersdorf, Coty USA, The Estée Lauder Companies, Fashion Institute of Technology, L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, KAO, Rutgers University and more…
A special series of lectures, called LGP “The Luxury Goods Packaging Forum”, will take place under conference program umbrella. Presented by Material Connexion and brand representatives and their packaging suppliers, these lectures will address compelling topics surrounding the $15 billion world market for luxury or creative product packaging. [Source: Smither Pira]
For consumers (350 million in 2015), the feeling of luxury, and use of the product, is conveyed by the packaging at the time of purchase. Credited with an annual growth of about 4.4% per annum, particularly in the case of pastries, chocolate, gourmet products, wines, spirits and tobacco, clothes, accessories and fashion items, electronic and recreational products, leather goods, optical goods, jewelry and silverware, fine watch-making – and many other fast growing sectors. [Source: Smither Pira]
One of the goals of this program is to inspire visitors – including Packaging, Innovation, R&D, Development and Purchasing Directors in the various fields of activity (cosmetics and fragrance, pharmaceuticals and health, beverages, food, pet food and veterinary products, DIY and gardening, paint, technical applications, etc.) – to boost innovation through the potential of technology transfers which will abound at ADF&PCD New York.
Topics to be explored in the ADF series include the latest technological advances in aerosol, State-of-the-Art Spray Technologies, Plastic Aerosol Update, among others. The PCD program will address the latest technological advances and innovations in beauty care, skin care and make up; a future perspective on fragrance packaging; how packaging is the path to new services; and more. Eco-conception and sustainable development will be covered as a shared session among ADF&PCD.
In addition, leading brands are set to participate in the conference programs and series of seminars under the umbrella of “The Luxury Goods Packaging Forum (LGP),” will be held as part of the comprehensive program.
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