The Future of Plastics Packaging: The Programme Is Out!


Take a look at the draft programme of the conference on 20 September 2016: The Future of Plastics Packaging. The event will focus on innovation in the market and the industry's vision for the years to come. Click here to register now!



On the agenda:

- Fulvia Raffaelli of the European Commission providing you insights into the growth of the industry

- the point of view of Procter&Gamble on marketing & innovation TBC

- Brian Lodge of RPC Group on exploring state-of-the-art engineering & design

- the European Parliament updating you on its Circular Economy Package and how it will affect the industry

- Alan Campbell of The LCA Centre sharing the latest R&D on the environmental impacts of packaging

- the European eCommerce and Omni Channel Trade Association (EMOTA) presenting the evolution of packaging in e-commerce

- major brand owners and leading supermarket chains coming to discuss & debate with you

- Alan Davey of Linpac Packaging presenting cutting-edge innovation & its benefits

- and more to come!


Additions to the program will soon follow. Make sure to register now to guarantee your participation on September 20th!


Event Details

Registration: click here

Programme: click here

Date: 20 September 2016

Time: 10 AM - 4 PM

Location: Ground floor of EuPC Offices (71 Avenue de Cortenbergh, 1000 Brussels)

Participation fee: 100 EUR

Draft Programme_The Future of Plastics Packaging

PDF - 130 Kb

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