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Dear Packaging Professional,

This week we are back to look at some Active Packaging solutions, as well as an interesting tamper evident ink development and the fundamental issues surrounding Printed Electronics. As usual it’s an exciting mix of products and ideas, made even more interesting with the news of our biggest ever Seeing is Believing demonstration area at the Congress. Just another reason to book your delegate pass now

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Record Number of Exhibitors at AIPIA Congress 2017

The Demonstration area, Seeing is Believing, has always been one of the most popular features of the AIPIA Congress. This year the number of companies there has already exceeded last year with a good number of new faces as well as many returning with their latest developments and ideas...

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What We Need from Printed Electronics

Printed Electronics is one of the core products of the Active & Intelligent Packaging revolution. It has the potential to be the breakthrough technology for reducing costs and expanding functionality of intelligent packaging solutions, as well as providing both simple and highly sophisticated...

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Packaging Strategies for Food Shelf-life Extension

There are few areas of A&IP which are attracting more attention than the technologies to offer longer shelf life and, so reduce food waste. This is not just a business issue, but one of international importance to Governments and the United Nations...

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Join the PepsiCo A&IP Challenge at the AIPIA Congress

Once again the AIPIA Congress will host an exciting interactive session, asking members to come up with their very best ideas for new packaging formats for PepsiCo brands incorporating Active & Intelligent Packaging...

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New Heat-Activated, Tamper-Evident Ink Improves Detection

Chromatic Technologies Inc (CTI) announced the introduction of Tamper Alert, a new irreversible, heat-activated ink technology to identify tamper evidence in labels and packaging for chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food, electronics...

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