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In this podcast, we meet with Dennis Sweet, Vice President—NWTL, Commercial, Rycoline and Distributors at Sun Chemical, to discuss trends and drivers in the label and narrow web market, including sustainability initiatives and how customers are selecting trusted partners to help meet these specialized needs.
For this podcast, we’ve asked Randy Ossege, Parts & Audit Manager at R.A Jones and Marketing Communications Director Jason Stover to explain exact what a specialized audit involves, how to know if you need one and the latest technology used.
This episode of Packaging Perspectives is on location at Global Pouch Forum 2022. Here we continue the Design for Recyclability panel discussion on how collection methods are evolving and end market solutions for hard-to-recycle plastics with Lisa Burns, Sr. Vice President of Sustainability, Reynolds Consumer Products and Jennifer Ronk, Sr. Sustainability and Advocacy Manager, Dow.
Coatings and adhesives play a critical role in packaging. It can enhance packaging, enable sustainability, engage the senses, increase functionality and create impact on the shelf. During today’s podcast, we’re going to speak with Rick Stokes, the vice president of the coatings group in North America at Sun Chemical, about the latest developments of coatings and adhesives for packaging.
At Global Pouch Forum 2022, Juan Gluth, CEO of GoodBelly by NextFoods, Inc., shares how the probiotic brand’s integration of flexible packaging to its product line increases consumer convenience and ultimately helps drive growth and product innovation for the brand.
Packaging on the east coast primarily serves food & beverage, life sciences, HAB and industrial/household chemical markets. Since 2000, consumer buying habits have drastically changed resulting in sector-specific challenges. Jorge Izquierdo, Vice President of marketing for PMMI, shares insights on those issues that will be addressed at PMMI’s upcoming Pack Expo East.
PACK EXPO East takes place March 21 – 23 in Philadelphia.