Getting accredited involves investment and change, but for Hannapak, it was a no-brainer.
Developments in aseptic packaging are bringing substantial efficiency benefits for the food and beverage processing industry.
Yesterday Visy executive chairman Anthony Pratt finalised the purchase of California-based Robert Mann Packaging.
The AIP have awarded Dr Carol Lawrence a Fellowship, the highest recognition to AIP members.
Orora will invest in its manufacturing capacity for the supply of multi-walled dairy bags to Fonterra’s New Zealand operations.
The inventor of one of the world’s most popular coffee pods has labelled them as expensive and bad for the environment.
Hartley Henderson explores some of the latest innovations delivering benefits to the food and beverage manufacturing industry.
Packaging manufacturer Orora aims to cut up to 15% of its energy usage from its New Zealand operations.
Lockyer Valley Fruit & Vegetable Processing Company plans to establish a $71m fruit and vegetable cannery operation just west of Brisbane.
The average global consumer purchases 765 calories each day through packaged food and soft drinks, according to new research.
Africa is rapidly becoming a packaging growth centre and the industry needs to be ready to reap the benefits.
Choice has targeted front of pack quantity statements, urging consumers to “look past the flashy brands and bright sales signs.”
A desire for craft offerings and ‘better for you ingredients’ are among the trends Canadean predicts will be big in 2015.
Chris’ Dips has launched a new range of Heritage dips sold in handmade European terracotta pots.
Wine brand, Banrock Station has undergone a re-brand inclusive of a modern pack design.
Submissions are open for the APPMA scholarship program for a Diploma in Packaging Technology, valued at over $9000.
Three manufacturers have made the BRW “50 Most Innovative Companies 2014” list.
In this week’s video we focus on packaging security, what it involves and ways to reduce the risk of tampering.
While it may represent an additional cost for manufacturers, ensuring your packaging has a tamper-evident design is a safe move.
Global PET packaging company, Sidel has launched the world’s first-ever pasteurisable lightweight PET bottle for beer.