Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London 2019 will bring together senior decision makers and over 180 leading suppliers to network, share ideas and do business when it returns to Olympia on 11 & 12 September
With exhibitors displaying their latest innovations, cosmetics professionals will be able to get hands-on with the most cutting-edge developments in the marketplace, including the latest in sustainable solutions.
For instance, Premi spa will be showcasing its green PE collection for the beauty and cosmetic industries. The range is 100% recyclable and the plastic used is derived from sugarcane rather than petroleum. Also on show will be its range of green R-PET packaging, made from recycled plastic bottles.
Also addressing the sustainability agenda, Hunter Luxury will display its alternative to film bags, Paptic. Sourced from sustainable wood fibre, the material delivers the quality of both paper and plastic and is suitable for use as cosmetic, gifting and luxury shopping bags.
Staeger Clear Packaging will launch its new transparent plastic packaging made from recyclable PET. The range, which includes solutions for the personal care market, is made from at least 60% recycled plastic bottle waste from Britain.
In addition to the packed show floor, the highly anticipated, free-to-attend seminar programme also returns with a dedicated forum aimed specifically at professionals in the beauty and cosmetics sectors.
TerraCycle will be joined one of their brand partners REN Skincare to discuss how businesses are working to eliminate the idea of waste and develop circular economy practices.
The founder of King of Shaves will be sharing insights on their Code Zero project which utilises reusable packaging and explains why sustainability must become mission critical to FMCG.
The forum shall wrap up with beauty break out stars BYBI exploring the importance of making sustainable packaging choices and communicating ethics to your customers.