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Join Dr Lucy Cowton, Futamura's Product Sustainability Manager, who will presenting on 'State of the art biolaminate solutions to replace conventional plastics in flexible packaging'
At 11.45 on Tuesday 28th 2019 - Don't miss it!
Futamura is once again exhibiting athe one of the UK's most prestigious pakcaging events.
Come along and visit us at stand B18 (opposite the main stage) and learn about how NatureFlex renewable and compostable cellulose films can help you on your sustainable packaging journey.
The inaugural Environmental Packaging Summit addresses the pressing issue of sustainability with thought provoking presentations, inspirational speakers and lively debates.
In addition, the one-day event will showcase the latest planet-friendly packaging innovations.
It aptly takes place at The Crystal, London, one of the world’s most sustainable event venues on Tuesday 16 July 2019. Liz Bonnin (BBC Drowning in Plastic, Blue Planet Live) is confirmed as headline speaker
Futamura's Andy Sweetman, Sales & Marketing EMEA and Chairman of the BBIA will be participating in the panel discussion on 'Where do we stand on biodegradeable, compostable and bio-based solutions?'
27 - 28 June 2019, Frankfurt Messe
Technical Innovations & Bio-based Solutions to Help Businesses Tackle Plastic Waste & Lower Their Plastic Footprint.
Futamura are proud sponsors of the Sustainable Foods Summit in Amsterdam, 13 - 14 June 2019
28 - 29th May 2019
Futamura are proud sponsors of bio!PAC in Dusseldorf, Germany. Please come along and discuss your sustainable packaging journey with us.
The materials offer competitive performance, while tackling the negative environmental impact of traditional oil-based, non-recyclable multilayer packaging.
Sustainable alternatives to challenging packaging formats such as multilayer pouches will be key to meeting the UK Plastics Pact target that 70 per cent of plastic packaging is effectively recycled or composted by 2025. Read more