AIP To Run Three Packaging Workshops And A One-Day Training Course Alongside ProPak Philippines
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As a part of its commitment to providing training & education to the ASEAN Region the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be running three packaging workshops and a one-day training course on Flexible Packaging alongside ProPak Philippines 2020.
The three Packaging Workshops will be held on the 6th of February in partnership with the Philippines Institute of Packaging (PIP) and the World Packaging Organisation (WPO), which will enable attendees to attain Global, Australasian and Domestic perspectives to the current trends and challenges facing the industry.
Topics to be discussed will include the journey towards Sustainable Packaging including global targets, Best Practice Sustainable Packaging Design, the future of Food Packaging, the role that packaging plays in minimising Food Waste, Best Practice Save Food Packaging Design, Understanding how to move towards a Circular Economy and Best Practice Closed Loop and Circular programs and more.
Guest speakers will include Prof Pierre Pienaar, President, World Packaging Organisation (WPO), Ralph Moyle, Education Coordinator, Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), Paolo Bunag, President, Philippines Institute of Packaging (PIP) and Nerida Kelton, Executive Director, Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP). Each Packaging Workshop will also incorporate a panel discussion to enable open and interactive discussions with the attendees. The Packaging Workshops are free for all to attend.
Thursday 6th February 2020
Packaging Workshop 1. The Journey towards Sustainable Packaging – 9.30 am to 12.00 noon
The Journey to Sustainable Packaging Workshop will discuss Global, Australasian, Asian and Domestic perspectives including targets, the challenges that lie ahead, the move away from Single Use Plastics – international and domestic challenges, the 5R Hierarchy and how to apply it to your business, Recycled Content, Best Practice Examples of award-winning Sustainable Packaging and Sustainable Packaging Guidelines. Book your place now as spaces are limited.
Packaging Workshop 2. The Future of Food Packaging – 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm
The Future of Food Packaging Workshop will discuss Global, Australasian, Asian and Domestic perspectives on the Future of Food Packaging including the role that packaging plays in minimising food waste, the global issue of Food Waste, Save Food Packaging guidelines and criteria and Best Practice Examples of award-winning Save Food Packaging designs. Book your place now as spaces are limited. https://www.propakphilippines.com/ppkp/2020/en/aip_pip.asp
Packaging Workshop 3. The Move towards a Circular Economy – 3.00 pm to 4.30 pm
The Move towards a Circular Economy Packaging Workshop will discuss Global, Australasian, Asian and Domestic perspectives including Moving away from a linear model, how a Circular Economy works, Closed Loop Best Practice Examples and how these programs work. Book your place now as spaces are limited.
Friday Day Three – 7th February 2020
AIP Future of Flexibles Training Course – supported by PIP – 9.30 am to 3.30 pm
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be running their one-day Flexible Packaging: Now & Into the Future training course alongside ProPak Philippines on the 7 February. All of industry is invited to attend the one-day course.
The Flexible Packaging: Now & Into the Future training course will cover the basic fundamentals of flexible packaging, its benefits, how you chose the specific structures to match the product, its performance, marketing challenges and how the packaging is manufactured.
The objectives of the course are to provide participants:
- A good broad understanding of the benefits of Flexible packaging.
- The process of manufacturing.
- Where the future lies with flexible films and the changes ahead.
- Snapshot of some of the latest packaging trends and what are the driving forces.
- Understanding the challenges facing us with the sustainable packaging race toward 2025.
Limited places are available for the course so book today
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