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Food packaging has a major impact all the way through the food and beverage industry, from consumer trends and perceptions, retailers’ needs, as well as export and logistics. Discover news, case studies and interviews relating to the food packaging industry in NZ, food packaging manufacturers, machines, plant and factory, products and food packaging trends.

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“Our biogenic packaging solutions combine the highest standards of freshness with respect for the environment and are particularly suited to the food industry.These solutions go by the name of Packnature,” says VPZ. Continue →
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Apex Labelling has announced both a strategic relationship with Australian company Result Group and the commencement of sales and service supporting Herma labelling heads to the New Zealand market. Continue →
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When it comes to powdered food blending and packing in Aotearoa, Christchurch-based Wimpex Ltd is a specialist one-stop-shop for sachets, stick packs, pouch packs, cans, canisters and various options of flexible and rigid packaging. Continue →
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Oji Fibre Solutions and Port of Tauranga have jointly opened a new container warehouse that will provide world-class facilities for paper and timber products including food-product paper bags. Continue →
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Around 295 million hot and cold cups are used annually in New Zealand, with more than 90% of coffee cup brands either manufactured or sold by The Packaging Forum members, the organisation has been told from findings of a detailed survey. Continue →
Packaging Traditional industrial robots have been deployed in manufacturing facilities for decades, but because of practical and economic limitations, manufacturers have only automated approximately 10% of factory tasks, with the other 90% left to humans
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Traditional industrial robots have been deployed in manufacturing facilities for decades, but because of practical and economic limitations, manufacturers have only automated approximately 10% of factory tasks, with the other 90% left to humans Traditional industrial robots have been deployed in manufacturing facilities for decades, but because of practical and economic limitations, manufacturers have only automated approximately 10% of factory tasks, with the other 90% left to humans. Continue →
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