We hear a lot about planning for expected peaks in demand but in the present environment it has never been more relevant. Antalis Packaging wants to reassure the market that it has solutions that are ready for these difficult challenges and that can keep products moving in the most efficient and cost effective way possible.

By S. George Alfonso, Of Counsel, Braumiller Law group

The month of March has brought a deluge of cancellations of international conferences, travel and severely affected markets around the world, all due to the spread of “COVID-19” – the newest strain of the “Coronavirus” which was first discovered last December in Wuhan, China.

German translation now available / Transitional period for PEFC-certified companies until August 2021

The revised requirements for PEFC chain-of-custody certification were published by PEFC International on 14.02.2020. The adoption of the 34-page standard was preceded by an extensive participation process in recent years.

Epson study: 69 percent of European millennials expect immersive environments for future events
As the millennials turn away from pure possessive thinking, the demand for immersive experiences increases. This is prompting retailers to use technical developments in new ways to appeal to their audience even more. A recent study shows that this is the right way to go, as almost 70 percent of millennials expect future events to make their content intensively experienceable with large projections, interactive displays, holograms, virtual reality or augmented reality.

Digitalization is now a key factor in all industries, including manufacturing. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are among the most critical digital technologies for manufacturers, because they are the key to maximizing the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of production processes.

The perspectives for the global beverage industry are excellent, as data provided by British market research institute Euromonitor International and the VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association shows. According to this data, 947 billion litres of beverages were consumed globally in 2018. By 2023, the demand is expected to increase even further – by 16.3 percent to over one trillion litres (1,101 billion litres).


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