Two-day Specialty Packaging Films Asia conference in March

By 29 Jan 2018

AMI's 5th Asia-Pacific international conference on markets and technology of flexible packaging, Specialty Packaging Films Asia 2018, will take place on 13-14 March 2018 at the Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. The conference will discuss the market trends and technological advancements of flexible barrier packaging for retail and industrial applications.

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The two-day conference is divided into five sessions. The event will start with the market overview which includes talks on flexible packaging trends followed by the first session on production optimisation which comprises presentations on flexibility vs optimisation, efficiency in flexible packaging and many more. Day one of the conference will end with the second session which focuses on the maintaining sustainability along with the growth in the flexible packaging.

Day two of the conference will have three sessions on meeting packaging demands, use of advanced materials and improving the functionality.
 
Across the Asia Pacific region, flexible packaging suppliers and producers are exploring ways to further enhance packaging performance, improve processability and drive sustainability. Furthermore, innovations in areas such as barrier polymers, additives, adhesives and active and intelligent technologies are allowing flexible packages to play a significant role in reducing food waste through the protection and preservation of goods, as well ensuring product safety and extending shelf life. These trends and more will be discussed by an international line-up of expert speakers at Specialty Packaging Films Asia 2018 

BASF, Bobst, Clariant Chemicals, Danone, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett-Packard, Jindal Poly Films, Max Speciality Films, Michelman were some of the attendees from the previous edition of the conference.

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