The high-end tube made of 100% recycled plastic

Post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic makes a lot of sense. It uses raw materials made of plastic waste, reducing landfill and pollution of our streets and oceans. It uses less energy to produce, even considering collection, recycling and remanufacture. And when it takes the shape of a Quadpack tube, its performance is second to none.

Greiner Packaging honored at the WorldStar Packaging Awards 2019 for its innovative lid solution

Greiner Packaging’s winning streak continues: The plastic experts have won yet another prize after a series of awards this autumn in Germany, the Czech Republic, Turkey and Austria. At the WorldStar Packaging Awards they have now been honored with the title of “WorldStar Winner 2019”.

Hispack 2018, cosmetic packaging makes its stand among the expansion strategies of the Marchesini Group

Barcelona (Spain) – A strong focus on the cosmetic packaging market, which has become one of the group’s strategic cornerstones. This is how Marchesini will appear at Hispack 2018, the packaging, process & logistics exhibition to be held in Barcelona from May 8th to 11th this year. Customers will be welcomed at the exhibition booth …

From Dusseldorf Interpack 17: Industry 4.0 – From Vision to Reality

The digital transformation towards networked production environments in terms of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) and/or the Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining momentum. Numerous applications from the areas of product and process monitoring, labelling technology, packaging, logistics as well as maintenance and repair show already today the optimisation potential that this transformation to the Internet of …

Beauty out of the tube, glass and jar

“Beauty is everywhere a very welcome guest,” wrote Johann Wolfgang von Goethe at the start of the 19th century. And already 3,000 years before this, a great deal of time and extensive care was devoted to external appearance. The Ancient Egyptians were famous for their highly developed beauty culture; serving as a reference and the epitome …

The Showcase of Packaging Innovations at PACK EXPO to Feature Award-Winning Packaging Designs

Reston, Va.; July 14, 2016 — The Showcase of Packaging Innovations, sponsored by The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), will return to PACK EXPO International (Nov. 6–9, 2016; McCormick Place, Chicago), according to PACK EXPO producer, PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. The showcase will display the latest innovations and award-winning designs in packaging.

Concept For HIPSTERS On-The-Go Wins Packaging Impact Design Award, PIDA 2015

29th of June 2015, Solna, Sweden – This year’s Swedish edition of the packaging competition PIDA was a well-attended forum where talented young packaging designers presented their ideas and concepts to industry influencers in search of fresh ideas and perspectives. The jury chose the hipster friendly creation Raw Food Café by Katarina Häll and Joakim …

Packages for industrial goods: high tech under difficult conditions

Electricity and resources are becoming more expensive, and the shortage of freight capacity is pushing up the cost of transport. So how can high-grade packages be marketed under these difficult conditions without appreciable price rises? The manufacturers of industrial packages are showing that this is possible – by using low-cost recycled materials, participating in the …

Food industry focuses on better packaging and smarter process technology for less spoilage

Food industry focuses on better packaging and smarter process technology for less spoilage Innovative packages are the key in the fight against food loss and wastage. More effective barrier layers, germicidal films and freshness indicators are intended to help products to keep for longer and halt consumers’ throwaway mentality. However, despite all these improvements, companies …


Could this be Europe’s most exciting competition in packaging design? Packaging Impact Design Award (PIDA) is arranged annually by BillerudKorsnäs in cooperation with leading universities in France, Germany, Spain and Sweden. Up to 200 future packaging designers participate in PIDA every year.