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On November 2, 2013

The Packaging Conference 2014 announces agenda, early registration

Conference will focus on new packaging materials, sustainability and more

The Packaging Conference 2014 announced its preliminary agenda and opened discounted, early registration for attendees interested in seeing next-generation materials, business strategies, sustainability efforts, processing developments and more. The conference will be held February 3-5, 2014, in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Confirmed brand-owner speakers include representatives from Kraft Foods, H.J. Heinz, and Frito-Lay, who will discuss the latest technology impacting their go-to-market strategy. Packaging suppliers who also have committed to speak on new generation developments include: Avantium Chemicals, Tricor Braun, Belvac and Hexacomb.

Topics include biopolymers, shaped metal cans/bottle technology, sustainable packaging solutions and more. For the first time, the conference will feature a Latin American session to provide a forum for dialog between brand owners and suppliers who support the Latin American marketplace. The event will also have a strong environmental component, specifically focusing on how to use sustainable packaging to create brand loyalty and environmentally responsible, cost-effective alternatives.

Registration is US$1,950, but those registering prior to January 15, 2014, can take advantage of the discounted early registration rate of US$1,700.

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