Greiner Packaging: First virtual trade show explores environmental sustainability and innovation

 25 May 2021

Ahead of Greiner Packaging’s Innovation Days (June 9-10), PackagingInsights sits down with Jörg Sabo, global marketing and innovation director, who provides a preview of the virtual event’s key themes, including environmental sustainability and innovation. Sabo also discusses the drive to establish a circular economy for plastics, carbon reduction, anti-plastic sentiment and COVID-19 industry impacts.

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01 Dec 2022 | Syntegon

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10 Nov 2022 | Yonwoo

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