Visitors to some of the year’s key industry events are being encouraged to utilise Antalis’ expert advice and support through its ‘Challenge Antalis’ initiative, which is being rolled out at the upcoming PrintWeekLive! 2018 and Packaging Innovations exhibitions.
There was a distinctly Scandinavian feel about the finalist selections in this year's ProCarton ECMA Awards, including Finnish skincare and cosmetics firm Lumene’s creation of a new logo called ‘Wheel of Light’ just at the beginning of the year. The packaging concept was developed by international market leading packaging manufacturer Edelmann and a British design team from JDO. The goal was to emphasise the brand story that highlights the exceptional pure nature and yearly light cycle of the Scandinavian landscape with special visual and physical features.
Passionate and positive customer feedback will help shape Durst thinking for future events after record attendances at the “inspiring and engaging” Digital Days at its world headquarters in Brixen, northern Italy, that concluded on Friday [February 9].
New research suggests that demand for personalised packaging is becoming an industry norm and is increasingly being integrated into companies’ packaging strategies. 66% of packaging professionals who took part in the study stated that the personlisation of packaging is something they are currently implementing into their offering, or at least considering. In addition to this 89% of those questioned believe that this trend will only increase over the next two to three years.
Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies, together with OMET, manufacturer of printing and converting machines, have strengthened their collaboration with the introduction of the new OMET XJet. Powered by Durst, the integrated hybrid solution for a wide range of high-performance labels and packaging printing guarantees flexibility and cost savings.