Procter & Gamble, PepsiCo, TerraChoice and many more on Pira International’s Sustainability in Packaging 2012 Agenda

Procter & Gamble, PepsiCo, TerraChoice and many more on Pira International’s Sustainability in Packaging 2012 Agenda
Pira International, in association with Packaging Digest and Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News, is pleased to announce that the key players in the packaging industry will be featured in the just-released Sustainability in Packaging 2012 agenda. This year’s event will take place March 12-14 at the Omni ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida, USA. This top-level and interactive event focuses on driving innovation through the supply chain and will provide the most up-to-date information affecting sustainability in the packaging industry.

“Year in and year out, the Sustainability in Packaging conference draws an outstanding audience of packaging professionals who are dedicated to staying on top of developments in sustainability,” says John Kalkowski, editorial director of Packaging Digest and Conference Advisory Board Member. “They come because they know the agenda is pertinent and timely, and because the conference is an opportunity to network with like-minded individuals.”

Organizations presenting at Sustainability in Packaging 2012 include HAVI Global Solutions, Hewlett-Packard, McDonald's, Nestlé Research Center, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, RMIT University, S.C. Johnson, TerraChoice, The Coca Cola Company, The Sustainability Consortium, UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business and the WWF. Attendees will also hear from the American Chemistry Council, the Better Business Bureau, Big Room Inc., Braskem America, Inc., Brooks Sports, Can Manufacturers Institute, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecologic Brands, Inc., Ecovative Design LLC, Flint Group, Georgia-Pacific, Henkel, Interbrand, Krones AG, Michigan State University, MicroGREEN Polymers Inc., Mirel™ Bioplastics by Telles, NextLife, Octal, Packaging Digest, PAC NEXT, Placon, RecycleMatch, Replenish Bottling Sonoco Packaging, StewardEdge USA Inc., Tetra Pak, The Dow Chemical Company, The Gillette Company, The Shelton Group, Tonejet Limited, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Whole Foods Market and WRAP.

“Sustainability continues to be a challenging and yet exciting area for innovation across the entire packaging supply chain,” says Alan Blake, Procter & Gamble, Corporate Packaging Development Sustainability and Conference Advisory Board Member. “The Sustainability in Packaging conference offers the opportunity to hear about success stories, to share ideas with an outstanding panel of speakers and to connect with a broad group of industry representatives.”

More information: visit Sustainability in Packaging 2012.

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