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Pujolasos patents Woodle, a removable inner cap

Pujolasos patents Woodle, a removable inner cap

In a bid to meet the ecological constraints linked to multi-material packaging, Spanish wooden cap specialist Pujolasos’ new system features a removable inner cap. The newly patented innovation, called Woodle, allows the inner plastic (or[…]

09/07/2020 | Trends
Sulapac CEO sets out road map following new investment

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Sulapac CEO sets out road map following new investment

In 2019 biocomposite materials specialist Sulapac finalized an A-round of financing and welcomed new investors, including Chanel. Sulapac CEO Suvi Haimi talks to Luxe Packaging Insight about the Finnish company’s new business model, its launch[…]

Brazil's Wista Airless Systems embarks on European expansion

Brazil's Wista Airless Systems embarks on European expansion

The Brazilian dispensing specialist, with its origins in pharmaceutical devices, is now solely focused on cosmetics. In 2021, the family-owned company is inaugurating its first factory in Europe, a sign of its ambitions for the local beauty[…]

Albéa outlines ambitious sustainable packaging goals

Albéa outlines ambitious sustainable packaging goals

In 2019, Albéa drew up its sustainable roadmap for 2020-2025. The French packaging manufacturer has now shed more light on those targets with the publication of its 2020 sustainability report. The company has affirmed that 100% of its packaging[…]

08/24/2020 |
Natura’s Head of Environmental Impact spells out ambitious packaging goals

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Natura’s Head of Environmental Impact spells out ambitious packaging goals

Keyvan Macedo, Head of Climate Change and Environmental Impact, spoke to Luxe Packaging Insight about Natura’s sustainable packaging strategy as the brand moves towards meeting the stringent objectives set out by parent company Natura & Co.[…]

07/15/2020
Diageo to roll out first spirits bottle made of paper

Diageo to roll out first spirits bottle made of paper

Drinks group Diageo is launching what it says is the world’s first paper-based, plastic-free spirits bottle in collaboration with Pulpex. The company will roll out a first paper bottle for Johnnie Walker early next year. Diageo is bringing the[…]

Green materials shortlisted at LVMH Innovation Awards 2020

Green materials shortlisted at LVMH Innovation Awards 2020

Traditionally held during the Vivatech trade show in Paris, the LVMH Innovation Awards were digitally broadcast due to the cancellation of the show's June 2020 edition. From among the 30 finalists, we highlight three start-ups offering novel[…]

07/08/2020 | CraftsDesign
GEKA’s CEO on plastics, sustainability and innovating for the future

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GEKA’s CEO on plastics, sustainability and innovating for the future

Florent Lafond, CEO at mascara applicator specialist GEKA, talks to Luxe Packaging Insight about the Germany-based manufacturer’s sustainability push, 3D printing and targeting the luxury market. How do you reconcile manufacturing plastic[…]

Europe kicks off glass collection initiative Close the Glass Loop

Europe kicks off glass collection initiative Close the Glass Loop

Backed by a founding consortium of 12 glass industry players, Close the Glass Loop is aiming for 90% of glass in Europe to be collected for recyling purposes by 2030, versus 76% today. The stakeholders involved in the project, a “bottom-up,[…]

07/06/2020 | TrendsRegulations
Philippe Bonningue details L’Oréal’s green packaging roadmap

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Philippe Bonningue details L’Oréal’s green packaging roadmap

L’Oréal For the Future, the group’s environmental strategy through 2030 unveiled last week, includes ambitious goals for its packaging across all brands, divisions and regions. Philippe Bonningue, Global Director of Sustainable Packaging, gives[…]

07/01/2020 |