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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
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.
Research and analytics company Nielsen recognizes 25 products that are reshaping the consumer landscape. Nielsen Senior VP Jenny Frazier discusses how these products were chosen and their impact on the market.
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.
At Pack Expo, Carl Vause, CEO of Soft Robotics, joins Packaging Perspectives to discuss advances in robotics that are making this technology more attractive to packaging companies, no matter what type of product they are producing.
The Organization for Machine Automation and Control, representing brand owners, OEM machine builders, system integrators and non-profit / government agency organizations, explains how the group strives for new ways to reduce delivery times, be more efficient with available resources, and increase profitability– all while helping members maintain their competitive advantage.