Working with our partners

PAC.NZ is committed to providing members with opportunities to advance their business and people. We look for organisations whose work programmes and collaborative philosophies align with PAC.NZ's whole-of-life approach. Through our partnerships we can support members to access R & D, certification programmes, industry training, specialist advice and introductions.

Australian Institute of Packaging. The AIP is the professional body designed to cater for packaging technologists, engineers, designers and any other individuals who are a part of the packaging industry in Australasia.  The AIP are also partners in the PIDA Australasian awards programme.

Arthritis New Zealand aims to improve the life of every person affected by arthritis. We are a national not-for-profit organisation focused on raising awareness, promoting research, advocating for those with arthritis, and providing advice and support. We have represented the interests of New Zealanders with arthritis for more than 50 years. 

Australian Packaging Covenant (APCO).   APCO is a co-regulatory, not-for-profit organisation that partners with government and industry to reduce the harmful impact of packaging on the Australian environment.  PAC.NZ and APCO signed an MOU in March 2017 to co-operate and collaborate in the exchange of information, research and policy development where a regional approach is required.

Rata Certification Programme. New Zealand’s first sustainable certification programme developed by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  

Auckland University Biocide Toolbox - An MBIE funded programme.  This is a newly created Research Programme hosted by the University of Auckland and closely networked with the University of Otago, Scion and the Cawthron Institute. 

GreenChip.  GreenChip was founded by Anthony Peyton in 2001 to provide advise to businesses to improve performance whilst reducing environmental impacts.