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Events bioplastics MAGAZINE presents: The second bio!PAC conference on biobased packaging in Düsseldorf, Germany, organised by bioplastics MAGAZINE together with Green Serendipity is the must-attend conference for everyone interested in packaging made from renewable resources. The conference offers high class presentations from top individuals from raw material and packaging providers as well as from brand owners already using biobased packaging. The unique event also offers excellent networking opportunities. Free access to interpack is also included. Please find below the preliminary programme. Find more details and register at the conference website. bio PAC biobased packaging conference 4-5-6 may 2015 messe düsseldorf Preliminary Programme - bio!PAC: Conference on Biobased Packaging Other than the first edition in 2015 in Amsterdam, this year bio!PAC will be organized within the framework of interpack, the World‘s biggest trade fair on packaging in Düsseldorf, Germany. And bio!PAC will be organized in the same way as the recent Bioplastics Business Breakfast @K 2016. On three mornings during the show from May 4 - 6, bioplastics MAGAZINE in cooperation with Green Serendipity will host a bio!PAC Business Breakfast: From 8:00 am to 12:30 pm the delegates get the chance to listen to and discuss high-class presentations and benefit from a unique networking opportunity. The trade fair interpack opens at 10 am. Register soon to reserve your seat. Admission starts at EUR 299.00. The conference fee includes a free day-ticket for interpack as well as free public transportation in the greater Düsseldorf area (except taxi). The programme is divided into three highlight topics: • 04 May 2017: Biobased packaging materials & possibilities • 05 May 2017: Innovations & inspiration by brand owners • 06 May 2017: Biobased packaging & the Bio-Economy The preliminary programme below will constantly be amended and updated on the website. Martin Bussmann, BASF Patrick Gerritsen, Bio4Pack Andy Sweetman, Futamura Emanuela Bardi, Taghleef Industrie Mariagiovanna Vetere, NatureWorks (t.b.c.) Hein van den Reek, Billerudkorsnas/Fiberform Stefan Corbus, Kuraray EVAL Europe Floris Buijzen, Corbion Marco Brons, Cumapol Remy Jongboom, Biotec Martin Clemesha, Braskem Ryuichiro Sugimoto, PTT/MCC Thijs Rodenburg, Rodenburg Jasper Gabrielse, Seepje Paul Masselink, O‘Right Marcea van Doorn, Bunzl Claudio Gemmiti, Coffee Company Hasso von Progrell, European Bioplastics (t.b.c.) Michael Carus, nova-Institute Florian Graichen, Scion Sam Deconinck, OWS (t.b.c.) Erwin Vink, Holland Bioplastics Jan-Govert van Gilst, NNRGY Green Serendipity, Caroli Buitenhuis Compostable food and transport packaging Biobased and biodegradable laminate structures State of the art Biolaminate solutions to replace conventional plastics in flexible packaging BoPLA flexible film applications in food and non-food packaging (t.b.c.) The latest INGEO packaging applications and developments (t.b.c.) Formable Paper & Pulp challenge conventional packaging Plantic Sheet: biobased, biodegradable and barrier solution for sustainable packaging PLA packaging applications and innovations Sustainable polyesters such as bio-PET Bio back to basics Packaging opportunities with Green PE (t.b.c.) Biobased and biodegradable PBS for packaging applications Development of sustainable flexible packaging based on 2 nd generation feedstock Bumpy road in search for the right sustainable packaging Tree in a bottle (t.b.c.) Connecting the sustainable dots Purpod 100 using biodegradable materials and own waste streams (t.b.c.) Facts and Myths on biobased plastics packaging(t.b.c.) biobased packaging and the bio-economy Biobased packaging - the New Zealand perspective (t.b.c.) End of life options for biobased packaging Creation of better conditions for Compostable Packaging Innovative packaging solutions with locally sourced elephantsgras Futurelook on biobased and circular packaging (subject to changes, visit for updates) 8 bioplastics MAGAZINE [01/17] Vol. 12

io PAC organized by bioplastics MAGAZINE biobased packaging conference 04-05-06 may 2017 messe düsseldorf Packaging is necessary for: » protection during transport and storage » prevention of product losses » increasing shelf life » sharing product information and marketing BUT: Packaging does not necessarily need to be made from petroleum based plastics. Most packaging have a short life and therefore give rise to large quantities of waste. Accordingly, it is vital to use the most suitable raw materials and implement good ‘end-of-life’ solutions. Biobased materials have a key role to play in this respect. Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsors Biobased packaging » is packaging made from mother nature‘s gifts. » can be made from renewable resources or waste streams » can offer innovative features and beneficial barrier properties » can help to reduce the depletion of finite fossil resources and CO 2 emissions » can offer environmental benefits in the end-of-life phase » offers incredible opportunities Early Bird Discount in cooperation with Save 15% on regular prices before February 28, 2017 supported by Media Partner

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