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Amcor Limited

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Amcor Limited
Thurgauerstrasse 34 Zürich, Zürich
CH-8050
Switzerland
OTHER COUNTRIES
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Thailand, Trinidad andsymamp; Tobago, Turkey
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41 (0)44 316 1717




ACTIVE MATERIALS

Biodegradable; Fiber-Based; Fiber-Based; Flexible Plastics; Labels & Labeling; Metals; Recyclable; Rigid Plastics; Sustainability


ACTIVE CATEGORIES

alcoholic beverages; baby & toddlers; bakery; beauty; cereals; confectionery; dairy; desserts & ice cream; fruit & vegetables; hot drinks; household; meat, fish & eggs; other industries; personal care; pet food; pharmaceuticals; ready meals & side dishes; sauces & seasonings; snacks; soft drinks; soup; sports nutrition; spreads; sugar & sweeteners; supplements


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We are a leader in responsible global packaging solutions supplying a broad range of rigid and flexible packaging products for the food, beverage, healthcare, home, and personal care and tobacco industries. Flexibles is one of the world's largest suppliers of flexible packaging and folding carton packaging. It has three operating divisions, each manufacturing flexible and film packaging for their respective industries: Flexibles Europe, Middle East & Africa and the Americas, Flexibles Asia Pacific and Global Tobacco Packaging. Rigid Plastics is one of the world's largest producers of polyethylene PET packaging as well as containers using other plastic resins.



Articles On Packaging Insights
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PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Packaging machinery in 2023: Automation, AI, labor shortages and palletizing lead industry advancements

20 Dec 2023 --- With the swift proliferation of automated machinery amid the COVID-19 lockdowns, the market has seen sustained growth in adaptation and acceleration this year. Packaging... Read More

Cheese and cheese packaging.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Amcor equips French cheese producer Fromagerie Milleret with recycle-ready and water-saving paper

06 Dec 2023 --- Amcor and Fromagerie Milleret are launching recycle-ready paper packaging for the company’s Le Baron Brie and l’Ortolan Bio premium cheeses. Utilizing Amcor’s... Read More

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PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Beyond The Headlines: Amcor creates “greener” aluminum caps, Constantia Flexibles commits to net zero by 2050

27 Oct 2023 --- This week in industry news, Amcor adjusted its Stelvin aluminum screw cap range to be more eco-friendly and Constantia Flexibles reported that it is committed to net zero emissions.... Read More

A woman looking at a shelf with amcor products on the shelf.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Amcor reveals consumers pay more for private labels and eco-packaging despite cost of living crisis

27 Sep 2023 --- Amcor has found that packaging, environmentally sustainable practices and cost influence the purchasing habits of private label products for grocery store shoppers. The company has... Read More

Bao buns made from fake meat.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Alternative protein packaging megatrends: How plant-based F&B producers are aligning with the industry

20 Sep 2023 --- Consumers with and without meat-restricted diets are increasingly purchasing plant-based foods. This growth demands that packaging solutions for plant-based alternatives advance... Read More




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BrauBeviale 2023: Amcor Capsules showcases Stelvin low-carbon screw caps for wine and spirits

26 Jan 2024 --- Nicolas Buisson, Amcor Capsules’ sales manager, talks to us about the company’s low-carbon screw caps for wine and spirits, branded Stelvin, at BrauBeviale 2023. We also discuss Amcor Capsules’ transparency program and how the company supports the wine and spirits industry in becoming more environmentally sustainable.

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Amcor: Flexible packaging leader bends to global market challenges

24 May 2022 --- At IFFA 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany, we discuss the latest innovations, challenges and solutions created and faced by Amcor Flexibles with the company’s business development manager for EMEA, Petteri Oksanen. He explains the benefits of Amcor’s recyclable packaging solutions and how the business is coping with the stresses of the Ukraine war and inflating prices.

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PragmatIC Semiconductor: Advancing connective packaging technologies with Amcor’s support

09 Feb 2022 --- PackagingInsights sits down with PragmatIC Semiconductor’s CEO Scott White after the ultra-low-cost electronics company secured series C funding of more than US$90M – including US$5M from packaging giant Amcor – to expand its capabilities in the packaging and other industries. White discusses the budding relationship with Amcor, the benefits of PragmatIC’s solutions for businesses and consumers, and what the connective packaging landscape might look like in five years from now.

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Taghleef Industries: Recycled plastics in food-grade applications is “inevitable”

31 Mar 2021 --- Following Nestlé’s pilot launch of KitKat wrappers made from 30 percent recycled PP (rPP) in Australia, PackagingInsights speaks with Taghleef Industries about its involvement in the landmark industry collaboration. Adam Stewart, R&D manager APAC, highlights the rPP supply and demand mismatch in Australia, while Monica Battistella, product manager and sustainability advisor, reveals how costly the project’s recycled plastic sourcing has been.

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Amcor's Sustainability VP on joining ReSource: Plastic, circularity by design and COVID-19 impacts

16 Jun 2020 --- David Clark, VP Sustainability at Amcor, joins PackagingInsights to discuss the drive for more circular packaging and waste management systems, including the incorporation of recycled content and the plastics packaging giant's recent decision to join the WWF-led ReSource: Plastic environmental consortium. Clark also shares his insights on the impacts of COVID-19 on public perceptions of plastics packaging.




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