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Brits favour ‘environmentally-friendly’ Easter egg packaging

MORE than nine out of ten UK adults (91%) would prefer to buy an Easter egg predominantly packaged in carton/cardboard rather than plastic, new research has..

April 2019

Paper and cardboard recycling reaches “record” high in Europe

PAPER and cardboard recycling has reached a record high across Europe, new research from the European Union has revealed. Ahead of Global Recycling Day,..

March 2019

Entries sought for European Carton Excellence Awards 2019

ENTRIES are now open for this year’s European Carton Excellence Awards. Run by Pro Carton and the European Carton Makers Associations (ECMA), organisers..

March 2019

Designer wins award for second year running with eco-friendly design

A Swedish designer has scooped a top prize at the Pro Carton Young Designer Awards for the second year running. Marie Falk’s packaging solution ‘Save the..

January 2019

Just the TICCIT: new initiative to educate kids on sustainable packaging

PRO Carton, the European association for carton and cartonboard manufacturers, has launched a new initiative to educate schoolchildren on sustainable..

November 2018

Pro Carton takes five

PRO Carton, the European association of carton and cartonboard manufacturers, has launched an update to the ‘3 Rs of Recycling’ waste hierarchy. The..

October 2018

Sales and marketing specialist named new Pro Carton president

HORST Bittermann has been appointed the new president of Pro Carton, the European Association of Carton and Cartonboard manufacturers. Bittermann, who is..

June 2018

Young designers embark on cartonboard challenge

PRO Carton and BPIF Cartons are bringing the Young Designer Award competition to the UK for the second year in a row. Young designers are tasked with creating..

April 2018

Street food packaging concept earns student top prize

A young student has taken the top honours in a national packaging design competition after creating a new packaging concept for the booming street food sector...

January 2018

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