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In this week’s future links you get to know the current news in the packaging production sector. This time they revolve around the launch of Kite Packaging’s new high quality paper dispensing system, the latest packaging solutions shown by Sealpack, the cooperation of Mercury Packaging and CPS Flexible and tips on how to design easy to handle packaging.

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Here is a special edition of our future links with the latest news on packaging production. They feature the redesign of Birds Eye’s fish fingers range, the limited edition of Tostitos Tortilla Chips for the Super Bowl, the 30th anniversary of the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging and the installation of a uniquely configured double digital packaging Line at Qualvis Print & Packaging.

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Innovation in packaging technologies is key to success since it offers great opportunities to increase brand identity and customer loyalty. This also applies to the pharmaceutical industry, which is constantly growing: Between 2015 and 2020 the market for pharmaceutical packaging will increase by 8 percent. But still, this sector of the packaging industry, in particular, faces many challenges such as medication intake errors or counterfeit drugs. This is where intelligent packaging comes into play providing several benefits for pharmaceutical packaging.

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Every year the print and packaging industry are challenged to reinvent themselves by developing better technologies or more innovative ideas. 2016 was an exciting year for every player in the industry with drupa taking place to show off some new designs and creations. We gathered for you some of the trends and packaging ideas of this year.

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In this week’s future links you gain fresh insights in the printing and packaging industry with Flint Group’s VIVO DigiSystem 2.0, product authentication with Arjo Solutions’ Safe app, investments at Atlas Packaging, Bosch’s packaging machines and smart packaging with printed energy.

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According to the FAO about one third of the food produced in the world, which is approximately 1.3 billion tons, is thrown out. A newly invented microchip which can be integrated in the packaging made by the German company Global Innovationspromises to tackle the food waste problem with the help of intelligent packaging.

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What sounds like a piece of science fiction is already part of modern packaging. Laser perforation in packages helps keeping fruits and vegetables fresh for much longer and reducing food waste. The key: Precision in the production.