Packaging Speaks Green

Packaging Speaks Green is a platform devoted to green innovation for brand owners and retailers. It comprises an international publication and forum devoted to the development of a culture of sustainability and circular economy within the packaging industry.

Aimed at B2B operators, it explores global trends in sustainable packaging materials and covers technology, institutions, trends, data and national and international research.


Packaging Speaks Green is an international forum devoted to the development of a culture of sustainability and circular economy in the packaging industry.

First organised in 2020, this well-established event features panel discussions, debates and case history presentations given by representatives of leading sector companies and the institutions with the aim of providing new tools and methods for sustainable packaging design.

  • Packaging Speaks Green 2020 – 450 participants from 20 countries, 35 international speakers and 40 accredited journalists
  • Packaging Speaks Green Pocket 2021 – Organised during MEAT-TECH 2021
  • Packaging Speaks Green 2022 – Organised during IPACK-IMA and Greenplast

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Packaging Speaks Green 2020
Highlights 21 February
Highlights 20 February

Latest news

PSG also features a wealth of sustainability-related packaging industry news in the fields of technology, institutions, trends, data and national and international research.

  • Nomisma: packaging plays a decisive role in Italians' purchasing choices

    On the occasion of Cibus, the Osservatorio Packaging del largo consumo edited by Nomisma was presented with the results of the survey on the consumption behaviour of Italians, who are increasingly attentive to health, nutrition and sustainability issues, with particular attention to the role played […]

  • New agreement for the recovery of plastic waste in the ceramics industry

    Aliplast and Mirage have created a virtuous circle for the recovery of plastic films used in ceramic production processes.

  • AIP and ProPak work together to support ASEAN

    The AIP (Australian Institute of Packaging) is continuing its association with ProPak Asia, Asia's number one packaging and processing exhibition, which will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from 12 to 15 June.

  • - 50% carbon footprint for new Alpla bottle

    Alpla has developed a PET and recyclable wine bottle that can reduce the carbon footprint by up to 50 per cent and enable price savings of up to 30 per cent. This solution, already used in Austria by the pilot customer and development partner Wegenstein, is now available in 0.75 l and 1 l formats.

  • B&R focuses on generative artificial intelligence

    News about B&R’s offer, which has been enhanced thanks to the collaboration with Microsoft to integrate the power of AI in various application contexts.

  • New Italian high-speed beverage group

    Omnia Technologies, the platform for automation and bottling technologies for the distilled spirits, wine, soft drinks, dairy and pharmaceutical industries, has created a new High-Speed Beverage division focused on blow moulding, bottling, labelling and packaging technologies through the […]

  • Goglio's innovations at Venditalia

    Goglio will be attending Venditalia, the international exhibition dedicated to vending, from 15 to 18 May at Rho Fieramilano, where it will be presenting some of its latest innovations for the vending sector, developed with a focus on sustainability.

  • More training opportunities for staff and customers

    To ensure that employees and customers are kept abreast of technological innovations, Schubert, a manufacturer of top-loading packaging machines (TLMs), offers training courses at its centre in Crailsheim, Germany, where a new facility has recently been purchased to meet the growing demand for […]

  • Sustainable packaging for humanitarian aid

    Aimplas, a technology and consultancy centre for the plastics industry based in Spain, has developed more than 2,000 sustainable and durable multi-layer bags made from recycled material with additives that retard their degradation to contain flour, dried beans and blankets distributed by the […]

  • Next All4pak appointment in Paris

    All4pack Emballage Paris, France's leading international trade fair for all players in the packaging industry, will be held from 4 to 7 November 2024 in Paris Nord Villepinte. The event focuses on sustainable development issues and positions itself as a showcase for all innovations in the service […]

  • Recycled plastic packaging for the Saudi Arabian market

    As part of its Trucircle programme, Sabic has developed recycled plastic packaging that promotes the circular economy.

  • Lighter and more recyclable bottles

    Federvini explained how the wine industry is exploring innovative solutions to reduce the environmental impact of its production and distribution processes. One of the emerging trends is the use of alternative packaging, such as aluminium and paper wine bottles.