21 October 09:00 - 12:30AFRY

Standards and legislation put requirements on sustainable packaging and the resulting challenges are great. Even higher demands come from the consumers, often based on perceived sustainability when the choice is made at the point of sales. 

This morning we have gathered brand owners and experts to tell us how and what they have done to stay ahead in this complex environment.

Speakers

Niklas Dahlin
Global Packaging Development Director @ Essity Hygiene & Health

Strategies for more sustainable flexible packaging

A description of the analysis performed and conclusions drawn by Essity to set its new targets for achieving more sustainable packaging.

Niklas Dahlin

Niklas has 20 years of experience in the paper-based packaging industry, before joining Essity in 2017.

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Helena Lindh
Sustainable Market Expert @ Tetra Pak

Meeting sustainability expectations

Legislators, customers and consumers are all expecting packaging to become more sustainable. Insights and examples are shared of how Tetra Pak manage and meet their expectations.

Helena Lindh

Helena Lindh has a PhD in Packaging Logistics, focusing on Sustainable Packaging and has also worked as a consultant within Sustainable Packaging before she joined Tetra Pak in 2017.

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Christian Håkansson
Senior Advisor @ AFRY

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By Packbridge at AFRY

When: October 21, 09:00-12:30
Where
: AFRY, Hallenborgs gata 4, Malmö