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PACKAGING INNOVATIONS LONDON SET TO INSPIRE AT 10TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW P


ackaging Innovations 2019 will return to Olympia for its 10th edition on 11 - 12


September, hosted alongside Luxury Packaging London. As the capital’s most exclusive packaging event it will bring the industry together in a festival of cutting- edge, branded and bespoke packaging, when it welcomes over 180 industry specialists to what is set to be its biggest show to date. For those looking for eco-conscious


packaging solutions, Seufert will present its new PET Blue Ocean material, designed to reduce unused packaging waste and conserve the world’s oceans. The new design has been created as an alternative to standard PET and utilises up to 100 per cent recycled content in the central layer of the polyester material. The virgin PETG outer layer provides an optimal barrier for food contact making it suitable for use throughout the food sector and the wider packaging industry. Similarly, Staeger Clear Packaging will


showcase its transparent packaging made from recyclable PET. The material used is made from a minimum of 60 per cent post-consumer waste and is suitable for direct food contact. Supplied in flat sheets, the material is then converted into bespoke designs for a wide range of markets including food, confectionary, personal care, houseplants and flowers, and


general gifting. The company will also discuss its ability to reduce lead-times after investing in new machinery to allow the procurement of the material from the UK rather than the EU. Organoid UK will showcase its natural surface


packaging, which is bonded with bio-based resins, for the first time at a packaging exhibition. The biodegradable design retains the organic texture and scent of the 100 per cent natural material and highlights the potential of agrarian products in the industry. Shredhouse will display its range of shredded


void fills, including cellophane made from wood pulp. All of its papers are biodegradable, fully recyclable and sustainably sourced, offering an eco-friendly option in a wide range of colours and finishes. For those looking for the latest in labelling


designs, Tinware Direct will be launching a new service at the show which will allow customers to create bespoke labels in an array of design options available in limited runs. The company will also display two new designs; the rose gold heart and rose gold seamless tins, to offer an attractive alternative to the existing gold and silver variants. James Drake-Brockman, divisional director of


Easyfairs’ Packaging Portfolio, concludes: “We are very proud to have established Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London as


FUJITSU BECOMES THE FIRST TO ACHIEVE ISO 45001 BY BUREAU VERITAS COVERING MORE THAN 100 TERRITORIES M


ake Business, the business services division of Make UK (formerly EEF), has


supported leading international information technology company, Fujitsu, in achieving the new standard ISO 45001, the first organisation to be awarded the new standard by global testing, inspection and certification expert, Bureau Veritas. Fujitsu EMEIA identified the international


standard as a route to business-wide consistency and worked with Make Business to re-write the management standard to meet its organisational needs. Partnering with Make Business, Fujitsu effectively achieved its legal and language requirements and was able to cross borders to ensure compliance for its 140,000 employees, in over 100 territories. Make Business created a comprehensive


international legal register spanning over 30 EMEIA countries, which enabled the organisation to establish a single set of workforce-wide behaviours, overcoming language, cultural and legal barriers. Head of health and safety at Fujitsu, Simon Head, says:


“We considered various global partners and, after due diligence, chose Make Business. Their international OH&S track-record makes them a partner in whom we could trust to push boundaries and challenge accepted norms and restrictions when working globally.” For Fujitsu, as one of the first global


technology businesses to achieve ISO 45001, the programme has generated substantial reputational value. Make Business’s Health, safety and sustainability lead, Ian Cooke, says: “45001 raises the bar on 18001. It integrates ethos, strategy and cross-organisational leadership with traditional H&S concerns and adds verifiable process to principle. Applying it with dedication and hard work, we have built a fantastic model.” For more information about Make Business


and its portfolio of business services providing practical support in HR, legal, health and safety and training, visit www.makeuk.org/45001.


Top image shows Stephen Phipson CBE, Make UK CEO and Simon Head, Fujitsu


the premier packaging event in the capital and are thrilled to be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the show this year. “We are delighted to welcome back so many


exhibitors from last year’s show after 78 per cent rebooked their stands, and we are also excited to host a series of new suppliers, all with innovative and exciting packaging solutions to share. The launches taking place at the show offer visitors the unrivalled opportunity to visit the future of packaging by experiencing the most cutting-edge products on the market. I for one can’t wait to walk the aisles and see it all first-hand when the show opens.” For further information, please visit the


Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London websites or contact the show team on +44 (0)20 8843 8800 or PackagingUK@easyfairs.com.


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FACTORY EQUIPMENT | JUNE 2019


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