Fast-growing flex pack segment headlines wide-ranging program at Global Pouch Forum.
May 10, 2018
Given the love that Americans have for their pets, it should come as no surprise that this affection is a major driver in the growth of pouch packaging. The relationship will be clarified for attendees of the upcoming Global Pouch Forum, to be held June 13-15 in Miami, Florida.
StePac, a wholly-owned subsidiary of U.K.-based Johnson Matthey PLC, and a leader in bulk modified atmosphere packaging solutions for fresh produce, has launched a new line of fresh produce packaging solutions esigned with retailers in mind.
We all buy with our eyes. Research suggests that consumer purchasing decisions are made within five to seven seconds of viewing a product. In a growing and saturated market like confectionery, brands are always looking for innovative ways to make their product stand out from the crowd.
With high-impact graphic designs, packaging structures tipping the scale of cool, and innovative closures that do much more than open and close the pack, you might call it the Twilight Zone of packaging. So are we choosing what is new and unique just to stand out - and if so, does it work?
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.
"Stand-up Pouches 2015 - 2019" is the sixth global study of the stand-up pouch industry conducted by Allied Development. The 500+ page report is the definitive study of this growing industry that generated 58.4 billion pouches in 2014.
A new study offered by Schoenwald Consulting, an international business consultancy specializing in packaging, plastics and the environment, covers the consumption, sales, economics and outlook for the worldwide stand-up and spouts industry. View
The January 2020 Packaging Strategies offers a culmination of tips and best practices in “Best Practices for Packaging Line Optimization,” and the 2020 Packaging Design Forecast, along with articles on fiber laser marking, HMIs with a more human touch, rigid plastic sustainability and more!