We were thrilled to have been invited as guest speakers at The 2023 Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) Australasian Packaging Conference, which marked the first in-person event since the pandemic.
Held at the Crown Promenade, Melbourne on the 28th and 29th of March, the two-day program covered a broad range of topics relating to the theme “2025 & BEYOND.”
The conference focussed on how different industries are moving towards the 2025 National Packaging Goals and addressed issues including rejection, reduction, reuse, recycling, and circularity.
Many of the speakers (including us) showcased alternate packaging options designed to reduce carbon emissions and waste heading for landfills.
The event also addressed the ways in which materials and packaging types can be collected, sorted, recovered, and recycled in Australia and New Zealand.
The conference attracted 260 delegates from all facets of food, beverage, pharmaceutical, manufacturing and packaging industries including packaging technologists, designers and engineers, sustainability managers, marketing, sales, production, design agencies equipment suppliers, and raw material providers.
Also in attendance were users of packaging, retailers and consumers, environmental managers, procurement, quality teams, government and councils and waste and recycling companies.
We were heralded amongst the lead experts in new sustainable packaging designs for the Beverage industry where we showcased the Greenskin story and our packaging innovation.
It was the largest packaging conference of its kind in Australia and New Zealand and to be a part of it was an honour and huge kudos for Greenskin Wine.
Thank you, AIP, for extending the invitation to us. We hope that our input will serve as an inspiration for others to explore sustainable packaging alternatives within their respective industries.
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