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PACKAGING JOURNALISTS CONVENE/CELEBRATE IN DÜSSELDORF

Every three years the world's leading packaging journalists gather at the interpack exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany. To mark the...
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Interpack 2008 Report

Interpack 2008: some highlights
Neil Watson picks some choice selections from his week at the world’s premier packaging exhibition

Celebrating its Golden Anniversary, Interpack is the major international packaging event, taking place triennially. Held at Messe Düsseldorf from 24-30 April, there were 2744 exhibitors and 179,000 visitors, amounting to an increase of 3000 on the previous show. Straw polls indicated that 97 per cent of the exhibiting companies intend to exhibit at Interpack 2011. There were visitors from 121 countries, 62 per cent of whom were from outside Germany.

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Mondi Presents Biodegradable Packaging Solutions

Sustainability is an absolute necessity for the leading businesses of today. Mondi has made a public commitment to integrating sustainable...
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IPPO at interpack 2014: General Meeting & Dinner Reception

The International Packaging Press Organization (IPPO) and its membership of professional packaging journalists and editors will be in...
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IPPO Coverage of Tokyo Pack 2012 available for download

Now available for download, this file consists of more than 189 pages of media coverage and demonstrates the value which the recent...
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Packaging veteran Marian Feldman celebrates 90th birthday

Marian FeldmanIPPO Member since 1979, Marian Feldman, celebrated his 90th birthday on 22nd October 2012.

For the past 50 years Marian has been editor of the monthly “Opakowanie”, he is world- class specialist in packaging technology, the author of numerous professional articles and reviews and also three autobiographical books, in which he described his pre and post-war experiences of the World War II.

Stormy youth
In his first book ” From Warsaw through Luck , Siberia, and back to Warsaw” published in United States (and available on Amazon.com in Polish and English) Marian Feldman described his World War II experiences.

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IPPO-IPACKIMA Reports

IPPO Coverage of IPACK-IMA available for download

IPPO-IPACKIMA ReportsNow available for download, this file consists of more than 90 pages of media coverage and demonstrates the value which the recent International Packaging Press Organisation inbound mission brought to IPACK-IMA 2012.

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Obituary: DOĞAN ERBERK

DoganIt is with deep regret that we announce the death of our member Doğan Erberk. His funeral was at Istanbul Karacaahmet Şakirin Mosque following the afternoon prayer on 06.05.2012 and following that he was inhumed at Edirnekapı Cemetery.

He will be sadly missed as a ‘larger than life’ character by all those who knew him. We wish him God’s mercy and grace and wish his family, his friends, loved ones, colleagues patience and condolences.

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IPACK-IMA sponsorship of IPPO Mission to Milan

Mark your diary:- IPACK-IMA  will sponsor FOUR journalists, members of IPPO, to travel to attend their Milan exhibition, while also sponsoring one hotel room night for 11 (eleven) IPPO members who wish to travel to Milan at their own cost.

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Mary Murphy: 24 September 1948 – 16 May 2011

MaryOBITUARY: Mary Murphy’s first jaunt into the world of packaging started with a freelance assignment for Packaging Week writing that year’s interpack feature. It seems ironic, that nearly 25 years later she would die during the same exhibition where news of her collapse made for a very subdued party being held for the International Packaging Press Organisation (IPPO). But she would not have approved of this, as she would have wanted her IPPO colleagues and packaging industry friends to celebrate her life, rather than mourn her passing.

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