Sustainable packaging starts in the local forest - Recording available

Watch the expert webinar "Sustainable packaging starts in the local forest" held on February 15th, and explore the thoughts of industry professionals on sustainable packaging!

Key Trends & Insights on Packaging

Ann Lorentzon, Sr. Project leader RISE

The packaging sector is facing several transformational challenges. Legislation is being reviewed and places an increased demand on circular packaging. Climate issues and an increased demand from customers causes companies to change packaging materials to more environmentally friendly alternatives. Hear Ann talk about news and the upcoming trends.


From Forest to Innovative Packaging Solutions

Per Funkquist, Director Sustainability Procurement & Wood Supply

Hear Per discuss how customers and consumers view fibre-based products, why certification is important and how the forest issues interest customers. Billerud is a world-leading company in high-performance paper and packaging materials with a strong commitment to sustainability, quality, and customer value.


Protecting Food with Sustainable Packaging

Panu Ala-Nikkola, GM Huhtamaki Foodservice Nordic Oy

Most of Huhtamaki paper cups sold in the Nordic are manufactured in Finland from pure virgin paper board. The paper board we use is manufactured in the Nordic and is made from fibers that come from sustainably managed Nordic forest and is PEFC certified. When the consumption and cup recycling also takes place locally, a loop of good is created that we can all enjoy.

Responsible Procurement as a Driver for Brand Value

Ane Simonsen, Head of Quality and Sustainability Norgesgruppen

Norgesgruppen is a Norwegian grocery retailer group and aims to lead the way in the green shift. In addition to achieving carbon neutrality, Norgesgruppen will focus on environmentally friendly products, renewable energy and sustainable business practices. Ane will explore how responsible purchasing and use of environmental labels can be driver for brand value.