EskoWorld, the premier technology-focused event for packaging professionals, will return as a live event next year with an eagerly anticipated three-day program of panels, presentations and live demonstrations.

Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London has announced the launch of its brand-new £10 Billion Debate, which will see major names, including Iceland, Waitrose, the Packaging Society, the Foodservice Packaging Association and OPRL, come together to test the limits of the Government’s initiatives to manage packaging waste when the show takes place on 1 & 2 December at Olympia.

Make a Mark is a three-year collaboration platform created to accelerate creative and technological innovation in wine and spirits packaging and provide brand owners with a preview of the future packaging design trends. The goal is to stimulate the designers’ creativity with a special focus on luxury and sustainability.

Amazon, Coca-Cola, Marks & Spencer, and Estee Lauder are just some of the names set to attend Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London when it reunites the industry at Olympia on 1 & 2 December 2021. As excitement builds for the first in-person event in over a year, some of the world’s biggest brands have been quick to sign up for the UK’s premier packaging event. By attending, visitors will discover the latest trends and developments, meet colleagues and peers face-to-face, and do business, enabling them to further their brands and breach the boundaries of what they thought possible.

Easyfairs today announces a new future for its packaging innovations events in the UK’s capital with the launch of a series of four new and highly-focused events as part of London Packaging Week.

Packaging businesses can today benefit from more speed, efficiency, sustainability and quality across workflows, as Esko releases its newest innovations.

Lecta strives to innovate with its product portfolio as well as in how it communicates and delivers content to its stakeholders. The new version of its corporate site is a reflection of this with updated content, improved access to its product portfolio and an overall improved customer experience.

Xaar is presenting at this month’s FuturePrint & Pack Summit just how, within the world of packaging, inkjet is now truly coming of age.

Aicomp Group, a leading provider of ERP-solutions for the packaging industry with locations in Europe and the USA, and Esko, a global provider of integrated software and hardware solutions for the packaging industry with headquarters in Gent, Belgium, have been working together on joint projects since 2004. Both companies have now announced that they will further strengthen their successful relationship, and have entered a certified partnership in which they will support each other proactively and focus on future developments.

Essentra Packaging has become the first global packaging manufacturer to begin rolling out cloud deployment of the Esko Automation Engine workflow solution across its European prepress departments.

Shenzhen Wancai Smart Packaging, one of the first companies to invest in the Scodix Ultra 1000 Digital Enhancement Presses in China, is seeing tremendous growth and recognition for its packaging innovations.

UK headquartered sustainable flexible packaging business, Eco Flexibles, has commented on the recent news that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated “Recycling plastics does not work, and that it is not the answer to climate change issues. ... You can only recycle plastic a couple of times, really. What you've got to do is stop the production of plastic.”

XSYS has announced its participation in a webinar hosted by press manufacturer SOMA on November 2, 2021. Entitled “Print efficiently and eco-friendly”, the webinar will show converters how they can boost productivity and sustainability by implementing EGP™ methodology in their workflow. Along with technical presentations, attendees will also watch a live print job and learn about the press modifications needed for successful EGP™ printing.

Esko will host its first in-person Innovation Summit of the year next month, giving packaging professionals from across the industry the unique opportunity to interact and discuss how to overcome the challenges of today - and prepare for those of tomorrow.

Packaging Innovations and Empack returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 16 & 17 February 2022 to kick-start the year for the whole packaging journey, from design and development through to packing, filling and fulfilment.

The Body Shop, WWF, Atom Bonds, True Skincare, and Juni Cosmetics are just some of the big names set to inspire the future of packaging when they take to the stage at Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London 2021 at Olympia on 1 & 2 December.

Sappi North America, Inc., a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper, packaging products and pulp, today opened its call for entries for the 2021 Ideas that Matter grant program. Established over 20 years ago, Ideas that Matter invites designers from around the world to show how print design can improve the lives of others.

Nobelus, known for its specialty line of films for the print and packaging trade, extends its successful smudge-resistant thermal film line with the launch of SmudgeProof™ Laminate with DigiBOND™ adhesive.

On stand D14 at Packaging Innovations London, 1 & 2 December 2021, GMG Color will be showcasing its colour solutions including the recently launched GMG ColorBook Pantone® licensed colour guide, the GMG contract proofing solution with powerful spot colour capability and the GMG ColorPlugin for multicolour conversions and ink optimisation directly in Photoshop.

Materia Viva, like the nature that inspires it, is one of the new products being launched over the next few days by Fedrigoni Group, leading global producer of high value-added special papers for packaging, publishing and graphics, as well as self-adhesive labelling products. Materia Viva is a vast collection of high-quality, high recycled content papers - between 20% and 100% - made with natural cellulose-alternative fibres such as cotton and hemp (exclusively from FSC® certified forests), some of which are new but some of which have been available in the company’s portfolio since 1996 and have been revisited and improved. 

With the undoubted rise in eco-consciousness, sustainability should now be at the heart of print service providers (PSPs)' business operations. The third of HP's series of Coffee Talks - taking place on 14th October 2021 - will focus on circular design and the 10 steps PSPs can take to move to more sustainable business operations.

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