AMI, Bristol, 14th October 2020 – AMI has unveiled the programme for its Thin Wall Packaging conference, taking place 2-3 December 2020 in Cologne, Germany. Running for 15 years, this event has proven to be one of the leading international conferences within the industry, attracting participants from across the rigid packaging supply chain.
AMI has unveiled the programme for the 15th European edition of the Thin Wall packaging conference, which is taking place on 2-3 December 2020 in Cologne, Germany. The well established and ever popular event has proven to be one of the leading international conferences for the rigid packaging industry, attracting participants from throughout the supply chain.
In light of the current world situation, the demand for a live event is strong and we have been working hard to establish a robust safety plan to support all attendees.
AMI will open the conference with a presentation on the global market. This will be followed by the latest trends with merger and acquisitions in the market as well as the impact of the Basel convention (Moorgate Capital and Environmental Investigation Agency). Brand owner Almarai will also give the latest trends in the Middle East packaging market.
AMI’s in-house expert opens the conference with an overview of the global market. This is followed by presentations on the latest trends, with market mergers and acquisitions and the impact of the Basel convention (Moorgate Capital and Environmental Investigation Agency). Brand-owner Almarai then give an update on the latest trends in the Middle Eastern packaging market.
Improving sustainability and recycling is an ever-present challenge for TWP suppliers. How to achieve more sustainable packaging and how to support the circular economy are key topics that will be covered with presentations from Nabu, Gr3n and Verstraete IML, Belgium.
There will be a session specifically focused on PET with presentations from Deca and GR8 Engineering.
The material innovation session will include presentations from Plastic Science By Design, Braskem, Borealis and Sabic about the latest developments in PP.
Last but not least, Husky and Illig will complete the technology session discussing new development in sutainable multi-layer technology and cardboard plastic combination for trays and cups.
AMI’s Thin Wall Packaging 2020 is relevant for all members of the supply chain including brand owners, retailers, packaging companies, food experts, researchers, test houses, materials and manufacturing experts. In addition to delivering quality papers, the conference also offers superb and cost-effective networking opportunities with its extensive networking exhibition area.
Thin Wall Packaging 2020 is sponsored by Sabic, Borealis, Milliken and Stackteck.