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Packbridge signs MoU agreement with Japan Packaging Institute



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Packbridge signs MoU agreement with China Packaging Federation



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Packaging in the supply chain – from push to pull



November 27, 2014
We live in a world of rapid change and this is particularly true of the power of the consumer. Here there is a clear change. Traditionally, it is the producer that has driven the development (pull), but now it is increasingly the consumer that drives it (push). Requirements for new products and short time to market are becoming increasingly clear. This causes problems in the supply chain. Innovation is required, both strategic and practical in order to avoid errors and the use of unnecessary packaging.

What should we consider in order to ensure the supply chain? We will discuss the question at Packbridge after 3 PM on December 16. Five knowledgeable speakers will share their thoughts on the subject.
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Many wanted to join in to celebrate Packaging Logistics’ 20 years anniversary



November 27, 2014
Gunilla Jönsson, LTH
On November 20, Packaging Logistic at the Lund Institute of Technology celebrated their 20th year and they did so with an event at the Ingvar Kamprad Design Center on campus. Around one hundred people, mainly from the industry, were in place to take part in a seminar program, to see what the students are working with and to hear about the ongoing research projects.

Great interest was shown in the packet machine that Postnord is testing in a number of locations in the country and where consumers can retrieve and return goods they ordered on the web.

"We have ideas about how technology, such as the packet machine, can increase the availability for different consumer groups and thus affect how e-commerce reaches out to customers", said Klas Hjort, E-commerce Researcher with Packaging Logistics.
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Festo new member of Packbridge

November 27, 2014
Peter Aaröe is sector manager for Food and Packaging and has been with Festo for more than 14 years
Packbridge is pleased to welcome Festo Sweden as a new member.

With 30.000 catalogue products and many innovations and patents annually, Festo is one of the world's foremost automation companies. The company was founded in 1925 in southern Germany and is still owned by the same family. Festo has their own companies in more than 60 countries and has over 14.500 employees. Festo Sweden has 70 employees and offices in Gothenburg, Karlskrona, Malmö (HK) and Stockholm. This year, Festo celebrates 50 years in Sweden.

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What is required to improve the value chain between the food industry, packaging industry and logistics industry?



November 25, 2015
What is required to improve the value chain between the food industry, packaging industry and logistics industry? In order to better understand each other's industries, exchange experience and to find common denominators that can benefit all involved, OpenUp and Logistik for Tomorrow invited people to a workshop at the Region House in Malmö.

The meeting on November 14 was the second in a series of workshops, which will be arranged by the cluster of Logistik for tomorrow and OpenUp, which are Skåne Food Innovation Network's and Packbridge's joint projects about open innovation. 
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Let's talk rubbish!



November 20, 2014
Kay Thrygg, YH Eslöv; Caroline Warneskog, YH student; Johan Mårtensson, Packbridge
Some sixty early risers were gathered at the Knowledge Center Agardh in Båstad on November 18 to join a breakfast meeting with the theme "A different view on packaging waste", or as someone said, let's talk rubbish! When the packaging has done its job, it forms a potential resource in the form of new materials, new products, or perhaps as an energy source. However, for this to work we obviously need a collection system to effectively collect the used packaging. Henrik Nilsson from FTI, the Packaging and Newspaper Collection Service, began the morning with talking about how the current collection system works and what is in the future.

Since November 1, we have a new law that says, among other things, that all those who work with the collection of packaging waste must be licensed. The municipalities are excluded, if they send the collected material to a licensed receiver. From 2017, all manufacturers of packaging and materials must be connected to a licensed party. According to Henrik, this licensing is welcome, as up until now there has been some confusion on the market.
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