When it comes to the medical field, there will always be a need yet room for improvement as the world of medicine changes around us. The pharmaceutical aspect of the medical field is a monstrosity and seen as a separate industry due to its magnitude. So, while you may have to keep up with the trends, evolving medicines and the latest pandemics, packaging is a massive role player in this scenario. With packaging comes sustainability and the importance shown to this by a pharma packaging company is vital.
The discussion over the necessity to introduce more sustainable forms of packaging is over.
Today businesses face the need to implement these practices to enjoy customer loyalty and maintain the status of socially responsible brands.
The call for sustainable packaging has been accepted by numerous business leaders, and their examples may be used as top industry practices to follow.
A virtual packaging exhibition like no other
When you think of packaging exhibition not a lot of things come to mind. Purely because OPN is rewriting exhibitions as we know it and dabbling in new waters. The IPackExpo is the first virtual packaging exhibition that solely provides to the needs of the packaging industry, on a global scale.
When we’re faced with a global pandemic such as the latest COVID-19 outbreak, this gives us the opportunity to reassess if our organizations are truly flexible enough to overcome obstacles. With the recent outbreak, all sorts of events have been canceled worldwide, including many major international trade-shows and global sourcing events that businesses rely on for the constant growth opportunities they present. …
Packaging exhibitions in Europe for 2020 are countless and have cancelled or turned to virtual exhibitions to move past the disruption of Covid-19. Shows such as WEFTEC Connect, Trade Show Worldwide and Empack Leca da Palmiera have gone virtual or are starting up again; but all for a limited time only. IPackExpo never stops running and this means your company lead generation never stops counting. No matter the time of day or night, you can log on and find the perfect packaging solution for your product. Solutions like this seem far fetched, but OPN has brought it to life thorough…
The Open Packaging Network (OPN) Platform has proved to be one of the most efficient and innovative SaaS within our modern era. Virtual trade is just as effective as virtual realities nowadays and this is where the innovation of a virtual packaging trade show comes in. We live in a fast-paced digital world and things like dial-up internet and floppy discs are archived so deep within our memory that we tend to forget how far we have actually come.
One thing technology cannot cure but sure can help is the COVID-19 pandemic that has wrecked havoc around the World. …
IPackExpo is a virtual packaging expo brought to you by OPN Platform. OPN Platform has already spread their roots among some of the largest and most influential brands around the World. When we speak of simplicity and accessibility, the software that we offer is exactly that and we have translated this market into a flexible packaging industry online; known as the IPackExpo.
Companies and exhibitions like to encompass a holistic approach when it comes to products and what they have to offer. At OPN, we have taken a niche within the market and created a platform just for the global…
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it’s unlikely that people can contract COVID-19 from food or food packaging, yet because of ongoing disruption, food safety remains a growing concern.
The key factor in maintaining food safety is packaging.
While open food displays are definitely a thing of the past, the role of food packaging spans more than simply protecting food items from sneeze or cough droplets. The effects of the disruption travel all the way down the supply chain, and packaging holds the key to keeping the chain intact.
Container delays at ports and shipping depots have far-reaching effects. Prolonged…
According to McKinsey, up to 60% of the manufacturing industry’s carbon footprint stems from the supply chain. The figure stands at 80% for retail. To put it another way, a company’s supply chain emissions are five times higher than the total emissions produced by its direct operations.
Understanding how your supply chain contributes to your company’s overall carbon footprint is the first step to adopting a successful environmental strategy.
Look at the lifecycle of your product to understand exactly where sustainable change can be made. From sourcing raw materials and processing to transportation and dumping end-of-life products in landfills, each…
Going green is good for business. But don’t just take our word for it. Companies that have switched to sustainable and eco-friendly packaging not only see a tangible spike in business, but they’re showing consumers they’re committed to making a difference.
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