Here is a selection of some of the presentations given at the AIP Technical Forums during AUSPACK 2017
Experience trend drives beverage pack changes
PKN Packaging News Reports: The demand for premium products that provide a fresh experience is driving a change in Asia Pacific markets. Alison Leader reports from Day One of AUSPACK 2017. AUSPACK's 2017 National Technical Forums kicked off with several key insights from Euromonitor International research analyst Sara Agostino, who researches the alcoholic, hot, and soft drinks industries in Australia. Considered one of the most successful beverage packaging formats, especially in the soft drinks category, PET bottles are growing exponentially in the Asia Pacific, according to the research company. PET is preferred in the soft drinks industry due to its lightweight and cost-effective attributes, but penetration is still below 50 per cent in the Asia Pacific. www.packagingnews.com.au/events/auspack/experience-trend-drives-beverage-pack-changes?
Jamestrong: Cans are getting sexier - and safer
PKN Packaging News Reports: Jamestrong managing director John Bigley shared how his company has responded to the canning needs of customers globally. At AUSPACK's 2017 National Technical Forums, delegates were able to learn from Jamestrong's John Bigley about changes emerging in canning. The managing director admits cans are not exactly “sexy” tools for marketers – but the tide is turning when it comes to can label designs. http://www.packagingnews.com.au/events/auspack/jamestrong-cans-are-getting-sexier-and-safer?
Mintel shares three trends that are rocking the packaging world
PKN Packaging New Reports:Market intelligence company Mintel has released data on three key trends that are changing the face of packaging at the National Technical Forums alongside AUSPACK. Mintel’s trend and innovation consultant Laura Jones regularly produces category-specific reports for the ANZ markets.