23-24 May 2022
CPG companies are not designed for Innovation, they are designed to operate effectively and any change that you want to make will affect the company´s immune system.
- Korres 5 Pillars
- A Full Circle Approach –Korres Labs
- Recycle Lab – The Concept, The Program, The Lab
- Which elements are driving packaging strategy?
- What to expect from an EU regulatory perspective?
- Some concrete action from a producer's perspective
In this session you’ll learn how to :
- Increase Your Speed to market with smart digital workflow
- Ensure Quality and Consistency along the process by Reducing manual work and Avoiding unintentional mistakes
Improve Collaboration and gain Visibility by Centralizing your Project Information in a Single Source
- Who Are We : Decathlon & Decathlon Pack BU
- Our Sense & Project
- Environmental Impact: Actions and Priorities
Amazing Experience: Actions and Priorities
At SGS & Co we are clear about what we stand for and ensure our behaviors match our ambitions and our commitment to bring best in class solutions to our clients. These values guide our actions: Client First, Win Together, Future Focused Innovators, Committed to Sustainability, Inclusion and Diversity.
Sustainability: measure to improve
You can improve what you measure: Our disruptive Planet Moment of Truth (PMOT) methodology allows you to measure the environmental impact of your packaging materials - so you can calibrate them and ensure alignment with your sustainability goals.
- Planet Moment of Truth – Structural Design – 3D - L'Oréal Dercos case study
- Planet Moment of Truth – Design and Ink – 2D - Mondelēz case study
- Sustainable... and accessible
A real game changer within the packaging world. It marks a significant step-change in how big brands can put accessibility at the forefront of design and packaging decisions and be a catalyst for change.
- NaviLens – Our Kellogg's Case Study : How a packaging project for the visually impaired ended up in the British Houses of Parliament
Holy Grail 2.0 – How to recycle using embedded digital watermarks allowing smart packaging recycling in the EU
Mintel’s Global Packaging Insight Director shares his overview on the future of Sustainability, and how it will continue to shape the global packaging landscape.
- Creating consumer solutions that work with Cradle
- Cradle principles
- Give the everyday consumer access to the circular economy.
- Reusable packaging that is accessible to the FMCG industry.
Recycling is not enough. We must tackle plastic pollution by reimagining packaging and reinventing products. Companies must reduce the use of plastic in design while ensuring customers get the same or superior product benefits and experience. Here is how customisation in packaged drinks became the inspiration for truly sustainable packaging solutions.
- Kolibri Bespoke Drinks Case Study
- The journey of transformation from experiential drinks to sustainable packaging
- Complement – Concentrate – Combine
Rethink Your Business Model towards a more sustainable future
Work Life, Design and Choices
In such a competitive-oriented worldwide reality we are called to reverse course of individualism and to embrace a common vision:
- Identify new possibilities through actual challenges taking advantage of cooperation to encourage brand progress and sustainable innovations.
- Circular economy as a multi functional and cross industries eco system. Classic customer-supplier relationship does not seam to be efficient anymore and new models with multiple companies involved via consortiums is required for closing the loop of the full circular economy.
- Case studies of successful launches involving multiple partners in holistic product innovation propositions.
Evolving a product’s packaging to reflect the responsible use of materials & changing attitudes towards premium products.
Presenting a totally new and disruptive solution as sustainable alternative to foil stamping.
- Why are consumers more interested in sustainable, ethical product and packaging choices than ever before?
- What are the key sustainability trends across industries right now and in the future?
- How to achieve a smooth transition from single-use packaging to more sustainable packaging alternatives without affecting the customer experience?
- What materials should be eradicated and what should be adapted?
For this year in Global Packaged Summit, intend to keep updating the audience in the discussions already started in past session 2021, about challenges, mindset, strategies and actions to achieve more sustainable packages, and updating delivered cases results 2021/22.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to gain visibility over your supply chain by digitising your relationships with suppliers.
- How to ensure that suppliers meet your sustainability demands.
- Why together we can achieve more?
As public and regulatory pressures to cut back on packaging waste mount, many companies are rethinking their sustainability strategies to search for cleaner material alternatives that are easy to dispose of or recycle. Although plastic (packaging) waste is central to implementing these strategies, other waste categories, including paper, are also part of them. Additionally, the race to ‘net zero’ emissions has accelerated; bringing new dilemmas for brand owners and packaging producers. All of this is driving companies across the supply chain to look for new innovative solutions and rethink their strategies.
- Implementing a sustainability strategy in a luxury industry
- The journey of creating a new brand design with sustainability in mind
- Cases of the improvements so far - From Asian non-recyclable plastic packaging to European paper packaging.
- What we have learned when focusing on sustainability and thoughts about a sustainable future in the industry
- New product categories / ingredients emerging in food and beverage markets
- New product in a New market = Uncertainty
- Purposes of product packaging
- The technology, how it works
- Benefits of using artificial intelligence
Carbon reduced or even carbon free packaging materials are needed to limit climate change impact created from packaging. Packaging Steel, which has no imbedded carbon, will focus therefore on carbon reduction in steel making. We aim to develop a carbon neutral steel making process which will be achieved by a change from carbon-based to hydrogen based steel making. The presentation will provide a road-map of a 30% carbon-reduction within the next 10 years and with the ultimate goal of carbon neutral steel making in 2050.
Beside hydrogen-based steel making, circularity is the second pillar to reduce carbon emissions through an increase in recycled content in the coming years. The timeframe here is much nearer and this is already increasing. This requires, however, a further increase of our already successful material stewardship to make sure all packaging steel stays in the recycling loop and is reused over and over again, to make steel a permanent packaging material.
- Non-alcoholic spirits are accepted by all major players but it lacks a common definition and is thoroughly confusing for consumers.
- Packaging one of the most powerful tools for brand but is labelling fair and does it guide or deceive?
- The Gnista approach and belief in consumer above brand
- Going forward, what to expect for years to come?
To many, packaging is an afterthought - it's just the container holding the thing they really want. So how do we get people excited about packaging and its potential to be the force for positive change that we in the industry know it can be? The answer is simple and already successfully used in CPG - making an emotional connection through storytelling. In this case study session, Packamama, the multi award-winning start-up that offers packaging protecting Mother Earth, unpacks how they have managed to get the world talking about their eco-flat format by creating a compelling story about the wine industry's need for a better bottle.
Evolve Beauty’s mission has always been to make products that are healthier, greener and kinder to us and the planet and that help to push the boundaries of what is possible to help the beauty industry sustainably evolve. We want to go beyond sustainability to become a regenerative business, which gives back more to the environment than we take out. From the ingredients we source, the packaging we use, the waste that we create and our own wonderful team, we understand that what we do has an impact: both positive and negative.
We take the packaging of our products very seriously, 63% of our packaging contains some recycled content, up from 60% in 2020 and last year following our dump the pump campaign we saved over 2000 plastic pumps from landfill plus 100% of our glass packaging, plastic bottles and lids and paper cartons are recyclable.
To stay true to our ethos and be completely transparent, we publish an annual Impact Report which details our impact across 5 major areas: Carbon, Waste, Biodiversity, Clean Chemistry and Kind to All. With this information and knowledge we can guide others to also make steps to becoming more sustainable.
For this talk I will be focusing on the packaging aspect of our journey, how we got to where we are and the decisions we made along the way.
- For some experts the way the industry is changing materials to replace plastics are only moving the problem to many more sources
- On the other hand changing patterns in consumers towards the multiple use of a container could create a solution based of quality
- Cases and trends