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Packaging Perspectives Podcast
Welcome to Packaging Perspectives podcasts. You’re a reader of the Packaging Group brand magazines; now become a listener. The Packaging Perspectives channel provides you with industry news, innovations and engaging interviews that keep you up-to-date, informed, and entertained. Each episode features expert packaging professionals interviewed by editors of the Packaging Group. Scroll down and click an episode to listen. It will automatically begin in the player below.
Featured podcasters include:
Eric Fish, Flexible Packaging Expert
John Kalkowski, Packaging Events Expert
Kristen Kazarian, Packaging Strategies Expert
Kristin Joker, Packaging Design Expert
In an effort to close the loop on packaging use, a number of global packaged goods companies have announced Loop, a scheme to offer products in returnable and reusable packaging. The partnership has been announced at the World Economic Forum by Tom Szaky, CEO at Terracycle, which is coordinating the program. Tom gives an inside look at how Loop will operate.
Timm Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing at Spee-Dee Packaging, discusses the challenges of accurately and efficiently filling packaging with dry foods. One major concern is employing high standards of sanitation to ensure food safety.
This online retailer ships billions of packages each year. Hear how Amazon is pushing to reduce packaging waste, minimize damage and delight customers. Brent Nelson, senior manager of customer packaging experience – sustainability, explains how the company’s Frustration-Free Packaging program is moving to the next level to develop packaging solutions in collaboration with brand owners and manufacturers through a vendor incentive program. For additional information, visit www.amazon.com/packaging
At Global Pouch West, Packaging Perspectives sits down with keynote speaker Jan Tharp, interim president and CEO of Bumble Bee, an iconic seafood company. She discusses where the company is heading, the role of sustainability in both fishing and packaging, as well as how the growing use of pouches is opening up new opportunities for shelf-stable seafood.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we share new technologies in label management, the skills gap and end-of-line machinery, big data, one garage door manufacturer turns green with new packaging, snack food packaging trends and more!