Cannabis packaging, availability of post-consumer materials for next generation containers will be examined at The Packaging Conference 2019
Holland, Ohio (December 4, 2018) —Cannabis packaging opportunities and the challenges in obtaining enough post-consumer material to create next-generation recycled content containers, will be session focal points at The Packaging Conference 2019, February 4-6, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.
The Packaging Conference, produced by PTI and SBAcci, has established a decade-plus reputation as the must-attend event for the debut of new technologies and other key industry announcements. Discounted, early registration (by January 19th) is available.
“In addition to our customary presentations on packaging material and equipment innovations, this year’s conference features a session on cannabis packaging. Recent cannabis legalization in many states is expected to provide tremendous opportunity for both copackers and suppliers. Our session will include a primer on market potential, control/distribution, as well as reveal the latest cannabis-specific packaging solutions,” said John Maddox, president, SBAcci.
Regarding environmentally-sound packaging, a growing area of concern for both blow molders and CPG companies is the limited amount of post-consumer material that can be turned into next-generation containers. Not being able to source enough material is directly impacting the recycle-content goals set by major brand owners. A panel (including participants from resin producers, biomaterial, recyclers and converters) will discuss the initiatives needed to help increase the amount of post-consumer material available for recycling.
“The conference is designed to provide the latest information on a variety of topics for those in the packaging supply chain. Attendees range from retailers and brand owners to resin suppliers, technology providers, equipment manufacturers and converters. Providing a forum which helps facilitate dialog between supply chain participants is an important element in meeting packaging objectives,” said Maddox.
In addition to the extensive conference schedule, several key industry suppliers will also be promoting their technology via tabletop exhibits. For additional information, please visit the website.
Registration is $1,950, but those registering by January 19th can take advantage of the discounted early registration rate of $1,795. The fees include conference sessions and proceedings, breaks, Tuesday and Wednesday lunch and a Monday evening reception to promote additional networking. The group rate at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is an additional $219 per night.
SBAcci produces balanced supply/demand and consumption models for the global polyester value chain. Detailed PET packaging end-use applications are available for the USMCA and European regions. The company also provides unrivaled business modeling and market perspectives augmented by onsite presentations which have been customized to address client-specific requirements. For more info: .
PTI is recognized worldwide as the preferred source for preform and package design, package development, rapid prototyping, pre-production prototyping, and material evaluation engineering for plastic packaging. For more info: www.pti-usa.com.
About The Packaging Conference
The Packaging Conference is dedicated to bringing leading-edge technology and market information to packaging supply chain participants in the following industries: beverage, food, household/industrial/agricultural chemicals, toiletries and cosmetics, health and beauty aids, pharmaceuticals, etc. For more info: www.thepackagingconference.com.
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“In addition to our customary presentations on packaging material and equipment innovations, this year’s conference features a session on cannabis packaging. Recent cannabis legalization in many states is expected to provide tremendous opportunity for both co-packers and suppliers. Our session will include a primer on market potential, control/distribution, as well as reveal the latest cannabis-specific packaging solutions,” says John Maddox, president, SBAcci.
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