Search in
All Categories
Covid-19 will accelerate changes in the packaging market
Is it really the case that COVID-19 and the pandemic are changing the packaging market? Or is it not the case that the situation puts consumers in a position where they change or have to change their behavior. In other words, adapt to the circumstances. And isn't the future of
Read More
SPECIAL FEATURE: First local fiscal policy in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
A special feature of LABEL-EXPERTS about UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) The sustainability debate is gaining momentum. Especially at a time when the economy is groaning under the weight of the COVID 19 issue. The pandemic is just this indicator, which shows the limits of the boundless
Read More
What French fries, potato chips and potatoes and probably the most sustainable adhesive in the industry have in common
We never stop our efforts to live up to our name as a pioneer in environmentally friendly adhesives! We started to think IN CIRCULATION, to move from linear (which is based on biodegradable and/or environmentally friendly products) value creation to circular value creation. Unfortunately, we have not yet reached the
Read More
IML –  SPECIAL REPORT – from a different point of view
Market developments and potentials for the IML market One must always take a particularly close look at market developments and, above all, at supply chain dynamics. The IML label printer is located in the middle of the IML label supply chain. In other words, the printer is dependent on the
Read More
The new dynamic behind wet-glue labels
The new dynamic behind wet-glue labels It is correct that there has been a shift from wet-glue labels to self-adhesive labels in the last 10-15 years and self-adhesive labels still have the nose ahead in some areas. However, some parameters have changed in the last two years and wet-glue labels are
Read More
5 MAJOR TRENDS WILL CHANGE THE GAME IN THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY: Part 5 – e-Commerce
A report presents statistics and developments in e-commerce since 2014 and also forecasts the future of e-commerce up to 2023. Accumulated data for the most recent period covered forecasts an increase in global e-commerce sales of 276.9%. There will be no avoiding optimizing packaging design and materials, because the needs
Read More
5 MAJOR TRENDS WILL CHANGE THE GAME IN THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY: Part 4 – SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability is a topic in itself. In reality, it is a stimulating topic on which opinions differ in many respects. Particularly when it comes to the concretization. Just a few years ago, the industry, and the packaging industry in particular, put the topic into the green corner as an isolated
Read More
5 MAJOR TRENDS WILL CHANGE THE GAME IN THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY: RAPID and DISRUPTIVE CHANGE of CONSUMER PREFERENCES
Growth everywhere. Pleasing. But this time differently. Because whoever thinks linearly here now has done the math without the host. The host is the consumer here. And in the future this will be even more complex than ever before. This will confront the packaging sector of the printing industry with tricky
Read More
5 MAJOR TRENDS WILL CHANGE THE GAME IN THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY: PART 2 – FMCG MARGIN COMPRESSION – THE CASCADES OF MARGIN PRESSURE
THE CASCADES OF MARGIN PRESSURE While FMCG companies were already facing strong margin pressure before COVID-19, this pressure will continue to increase. This pressure is all too easily passed on to the converters. This strong pressure from the producers (FMCG) has already influenced packaging design in several ways. Be it through
Read More
5 MAJOR TRENDS WILL CHANGE THE GAME IN THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY: Part 1 – DIGITALIZATION
Five trends that will change the game There are five trends that will change the game. And for all of them the bar will be much higher than we can imagine at the moment. The new game will require a far greater degree of agility and innovation to successfully navigate
Read More
Starting on 01.10.2020
Stay updated & SUBSCRIBE OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

%d bloggers like this: