Materials

  • From Research to the Shelf - March 2020

    Monthly showcase of packaging solutions to communicate, protect and distribute commonly used products.
    Frozen in Ecobag - Frosta
    Ultra-light and recyclable for fruit and vegetables -Sorma
    Cardboard laminated to new barriers - Stora Enso
  • Cosmetics sector adopts sustainable packaging

    As part of an industry-wide shift towards sustainable and recyclable packaging, a number of leading cosmetics companies are already using green packaging to fight plastic pollution.
  • From Greece to Saudi Arabia: the journey of a premium water

    A water with superior flavour, winner of a Taste Award, deserves to become well-known far beyond the borders of its country of origin. That’s why Eurowaterland decided to send its brand Epirus Kostilatas Springs on a long journey, taking it from the green Athamanian Mountains to the hot terrains of Saudi Arabia.
  • Poste Italiane reworks its parcel design

    Poste Italiane too bears witness to the fact that the container is evermore important, having recently brought out a 100,000 piece, limited edition, highly special “collectors” pack. An Artist’s Pack, that recounts, in the style of Giuseppe Stampone, a trip across Italy by way of the most significant monuments, personalities, myths and symbols of the “Bel Paese”.
  • La Belle Haleine

    What do Chanel No. 5 and the history of art have in common? Can a bottle of perfume be considered a sculpture? Is the most expensive Eau de Voilette in the world a play on words? A bizarre journey through the paradoxes of the art of perfume and perfumes of art. Marco Senaldi
  • Boxes (d’artiste) and bubbles

    Founded in 1729, Ruinart is the oldest champagne producer in the world.
    The first to use ancient caves carved out of the stone beneath the city of Reims in order to age its wines. The first to store its bottles, starting in the 18th century, in wooden crates and the first to reinstate the traditional champagne bottle.
  • From Puglia with love

    Olive oil, tarallucci and stamps are the ingredients of a 100% Made in Italy project. Born out of a passion for design, typography and good food, Typuglia is a young brand proposing artistically “dressed” Apulian gastronomic delights.
  • Packaging Oscar 2014: registration and new features

    With registration officially opened in October, the 2014 Packaging Oscar, edition no. 57, in cooperation with the Design School of the Milan Polytechnic, will centre on the theme of Quality Design.
  • Shelf ready for award

    Lucaprint wins the Carton Award 2013 for the category Shelf Ready & Display Packaging, with a line of counter displays made for Coverit Srl, with Stora Enso board and graphics by Fabrizio Lucchini.
  • Automation enhances business

    Thanks to the partnerhip with Schneider Electric, Alumotion takes full advantage of PacDrive3 to create automated and highly flexible pick-and-place systems. And strengthens its relations with GPE Ardenghi.