Alessandra Fazio is the newly elected President of the Italian Packaging Institute for the two-year period 2022-2024, voted unanimously during the Shareholders' Meeting, which was held today in Venice. Alessandra Fazio holds the position of Head of Quality in Nestlé Italiana, to which she lands, after a path of increasing responsibility in multinational food companies, which began in the world of converters. In the plan of proposals for the two-year presidency, in first place she appointed two Vice Presidents she wanted at her side, as an added value for skills and experience: Chiara Faenza - Responsible for Sustainability and Values Innovation | CSR Manager COOP Italia and Osvaldo Bosetti - Group Industrial Europe Packaging Director and CEO | Goglio North Europe.
May is a month full of events for the Italian Packaging Institute and for the Packaging Ethical Charter Foundation, which aims to disseminate the 10 principles enunciated by the Ethical Packaging Charter, and to stimulate visions and reflections around the ethical design of packaging and a new business culture.
The meeting between students and companies on the theme "The role of packaging in green sustainability models" was held on Thursday, December 9, in the Federico Caffè classroom of the economics faculty of Sapienza University.
2021 is about to end and the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation formalizes the first list of its Ambassadors: Acimga, Cavanna, Cellografica Gerosa, COOP, Contital, Corapack, Laminati Cavanna, Nordmeccanica Group, Pack Media, SDR Pack, Warrant Hub.
It took Anna Paola... that Anna Paola Cavanna who, after having renewed and revitalised the Italian Packaging Institute, in her second term as President wanted to make the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation project a reality, with enthusiasm and courage. Here is what has happened, what is about to happen and, rest assured, will happen.
Anna Paola Cavanna, President and first Ambassador of the Carta Etica del Packaging Foundation, talks about the project and its aims. It also tells about the path already taken, the objectives to be shared, the projects in place and those that will be launched.
The Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation seeks 'ambassadors': companies and entrepreneurs who wish to spread the culture of packaging according to the Ethical Packaging Charter, with the aim of making businesses, technologies and professionalism of the supply chain attractive and enhancing the functional beauty of packaging.
The Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation seeks 'ambassadors': companies and entrepreneurs who wish to spread the culture of packaging according to the Ethical Packaging Charter with the aim of creating economic development and employment along the supply chain.
The second edition of the Master Eco Packaging Design - Systemic Innovation Design of the Polytechnic of Turin, promoted by PACKAGING ETHICAL CHARTER FOUNDATION, entered the heart of the creative / practical design activities, in collaboration with companies.
On June 6 in Milan, on the occasion of Milan Design Week, the Packaging Ethical Charter Foundation organized the workshop "The Good Packaging: Ethical Implications and Systemic Approach in Packaging Design", led by prof. Erik Ciravegna, Ph and editor of the "Stories of Ethics" column for the Foundation website.
The second edition of the Advanced Training Course in Packaging Management is announced in 2022 thanks to the renewed agreement between the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation and the Management Department of La Sapienza University of Rome.
There can be no ecological transition without a circular economy. And the possibilities of avoiding a climate catastrophe, by honoring the 2050 commitments made at the UN summit in Paris in 2015, are linked to the relaunch of the circular economy on which 39% of CO2 cuts depend.
The Master in Packaging Design has a duration of 20 months and places emphasis on personal research and gives the students the opportunity to develop their interests and ideas in a challenging and supportive environment.
The course of study in Packaging Technology at the Munich University is very technically oriented and specialises in the two most important raw materials used in packaging: paper and plastic. The teaching will cover the entire process from the manufacturing of raw materials and the packaging production to mechanical packing.
Indian Institute of Packaging was born in 1985 and is currently the second institute in the world, after the USA, for the number of students enrolled in its packaging courses. It offers a 2-year master's degree, a short course and a post graduate degree.
In the 1980s, the University of Lund realized that it was necessary to invest in education and research in the packaging area. For this reason, an additional chair has been established. Today the university offers various degrees, courses and masters in the field of packaging.
Born in 1991 thanks to the initiative of the Haute-Loire CCI, the University of Clermont Auvergne to meet the needs of plastics companies in the Haute-Loire, Esepac has become a leader in packaging education in France.
Clemson University's Packaging Sciences program is one of a kind in the United States, as it blends diverse fields of biology, chemistry and physics with design, technological engineering and the study of various distribution and transportation technologies.
The Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation supports the second edition of the Master in Eco Packaging Design-Systemic Innovation Design, a one-year multidisciplinary training course aimed at creating specific sectoral skills in designers of materials, structures, containers and packaging systems aimed at impacts prevention and reduction.