ProPak Asia 2020 | Global Packaging Forum | October 19-22

Start Date: October 19, 2020
End Date: October 22, 2020

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The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), in conjunction with Informa Markets will be running the second Global Packaging Forum @ ProPak Asia 2020. The 2020 Global Packaging Forum will be run as a virtual edition and will be held over four days.

Each session will bring together expert global presenters who will be discussing four topics:

  • 1# How to achieve Global and Regional Packaging Targets for the ASEAN region
  • 2# How to balance Sustainable Packaging & Food Waste Targets
  • 3# Circular and Sustainable Design: Packaging for the future
  • 4# Reusable and Refillable Packaging Designs for the Future

All of industry is invited to attend - REGISTER NOW!


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19 October

Global Packaging Forum Session #1 How to achieve Global and Regional Packaging Targets for the ASEAN region

9.00 am to 10.30 am Bangkok GMT+7

1.00 pm AEDT
Register for session #1 (Oct 19th) click here...

Topic: How to achieve Global and Regional Packaging Targets for the ASEAN region
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The packaging industry is facing many challenges at the moment with global plastic pollution and recycling issues and transformational changes to value and supply chain models, resulting in negative government and consumer perceptions. These challenges are requiring packaging companies, manufacturers and retailers to re-think their approaches and undertake strategic changes to address the challenges of meeting global and domestic Packaging Targets, Plastics Pacts, Extended Producer Responsibility Directives and more. This session will discuss the targets and what the industry is working towards to ensure that packaging is circular by design and sustainable, reusable, recyclable and has the lowers environmental impact possible.
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Speakers:
Prof Pierre Pienaar FAIP, CPP,
President
World Packaging Organisation (WPO)
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Henky Wibawa
Executive Director
Indonesian Packaging Federation (IPF)
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Ralph Moyle FAIP, CPP
Education Coordinator
Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP)
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Register for session #1 (Oct 19th) click here...


20 October

Global Packaging Forum Session 2: How to balance Sustainable Packaging & Food Waste Targets

3.00 pm Bangkok GMT+7

7.00 pm AEDT
Register for session #2 (Oct 20th) click here...

Topic: How to balance Sustainable Packaging & Food Waste Targets
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Everyone in the world has a role to play in meeting two important targets 1. Global and Local Packaging Targets and 2. Food Waste Targets. Neither is mutually exclusive and when we talk about pivoting your business to become more sustainable inside and out it is critical that you understand both goals and what they really mean to you. This session will help you look at your own environmental footprint and what road you need to take to become more sustainable as a business. The panel will discuss the challenges and learnings when looking at how to implement Save Food Packaging Guidelines into your business and how to find the optimum design for your products. Best Practice Award-winning examples will be showcased during this session.
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Speakers to Include:
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Alan Adams MAIP
Sustainability Director APAC
Sealed Air
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Michael Dossor MAIP
General Manager
Result Group
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Nerida Kelton MAIP
Executive Director
Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP)
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Warwick Armstrong MAIP
General Manager
Plantic Technologies
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Facilitated by:
Ralph Moyle FAIP, CPP
Education Coordinator
Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP
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Register for session #2 (Oct 20th) click here...


21 October

Global Packaging Forum Session 3: Circular and Sustainable Design: Packaging for the Future

3.00 pm Bangkok GMT+7

7.00 pm AEDT
Register for session #3 (Oct 21st) click here...

Topic: Circular and Sustainable Design: Packaging for the future
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Design sits prominently at the heart of the circular economy. It requires us to redesign everything: products, business models, cities, and the linear systems that have lasted for the past centuries. Design is key to the first principle of circular economy, ‘design out waste and pollution’. The reality is that most things today are still designed for the linear model. This means that almost everything needs to be redesigned in accordance with the principles of the circular economy. The speakers in this session will discuss the Circular Economy and what Circular design really looks like.
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Antro Säilä
Vice President-Sustainability
World Packaging Organisation (WPO)
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Pippa Corry MAIP
Founder
Philo & Co

 

David Kusuma Ph.D.
Vice President Global R&D
Tupperware Brands Corporation

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Alan Adams MAIP
Sustainability Director APAC
Sealed Air.
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Facilitated by:
Ralph Moyle FAIP, CPP
Education Coordinator
Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP
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Register for session #3 (Oct 21st) click here...


22 October

Global Packaging Forum Session 4: Reusable & Refillable Packaging Designs for the Future

3.00 pm Bangkok GMT+7

7.00 pm AEDT
Register for session #4 (Oct 22nd) click here...
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Topic: Reusable and Refillable Packaging Designs for the Future
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In 2019 Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy initiative introduced its research on reuse models. Converting 20% of global plastic packaging into reuse models offers a USD 10 billion business opportunity. The research highlights six ways that reuse can bring significant benefits to both users and businesses:

  1. Cut
  2. Adapt to individual needs
  3. Optimise operations
  4. Build brand loyalty
  5. Improve user experience
  6. Optimise operations 6. Gather intelligence.

This session will discuss current and future refillable and reusable options from across the world.
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Srini Srinivasan
President
World Design Organisation (WDO)
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Eric Kawabata
APAC General Manager
TerraCycle/Loop
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Lachlan Feggans
Director, Sustainability and Corporate, APAC
CHEP
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Facilitated by:
Ralph Moyle FAIP, CPP
Education Coordinator
Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP
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Register for session #4 (Oct 22nd) click here...

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.