Tag: traceability

climate change

A balanced solution to climate change

With the need for more sustainable manufacturing never been greater, certified traceability with mass balancing is emerging as the smart and proven solution to make a real difference Cutting carbon isn’t easy. Despite increased global efforts to reduce the use...

/ July 13, 2018
Sustainable development goals

How SIG’s FSC commitment is contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Around 90% of SIG packs now carry the Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) label. It’s a little label with a big story to tell. In fact, it’s one of the ways we’re supporting progress towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals...

/ July 9, 2018
Experiences

Turning packs into experiences

The connection between packaging and consumers is becoming ever-more digital. We explore the possibilities created when innovative technology meets interactive content. What if your bag of chips got you home safely after having one too many beers? It might sound...

/ July 4, 2018
track and trace

A track-and-trace world

Where did this product come from? It’s a simple question that’s fuelling a new era of fully transparent and traceable products. We explore how Consumers want to buy healthy, quality food they can trust. They want to know where it...

/ March 14, 2018
Connected packaging

The future of packaging is connected

In the third part of our VISION series, Ayed Katrangi, SIG’s Senior Product Manager Automation and Digitalization, explores the huge opportunities and possibilities being created by connected packaging What exactly is connected packaging? The last few years, there’s been a...

/ March 6, 2018
SIGnals Packaging Innovations 2017 expo

From the web: Study: China could improve traceability

www.foodnavigator-asia.com quotes an international team of scientists: Chinese companies can benefit from more stringent laws and regulations on food traceability.

/ August 22, 2017
SIG sustainable Packaging

From the web: Change is coming

packagingdigest.com says: When it comes to sustainable packaging, embrace the fear.

/ August 11, 2017