Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London 2016 are set to welcome more than 170 leading international suppliers, many of whom will be introducing new products, services and innovations to the UK market for the first time. The exclusive two-day event, returning to London’s Olympia, for its seventh edition, on September 14th and 15th, will enable buyers to discover new ways to improve the appearance of their products, reduce environmental impact or find the next iconic piece of packaging.
Swedbrand is presenting its next generation technology of bag-in-box wine, called Topflow. James Cropper, supplier of the paper for Luxury Packaging 2016’s invitations, presents its first food contact-approved stock range of paper. Rawlings’ new type of glass bottle, Black Glass, has UV light protection which extends the life of contents. KTEC Group is displaying the LX500e Color Label Printer, its newest and most affordable desktop colour label and tag printer, which offers 2.5 times the print speed and better print quality. New for 2016, The Dieline Conference London, the first to appear outside the US, will deliver a series of sessions from leading brands and design agencies to discuss the challenges and opportunities of designing for a brand. The Starpack Awards, now in its 58th year, will also be hosted for the first time at the event, plus the rebranded Beauty Forum, The Drinks Symposium, The Great Innovation Debate, and The Innovation Wall will also be returning. The show will also feature free-to-attend learnshops, delivered by international industry experts, including an opening interview with Mark Pawsey MP and Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Packaging Group and big names such as Harrods and Britvic.
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