This addition of contrasting forms of expertise enables the show to establish its content offering in line with current industry issues.
Our 2018 packaging & supply chain experts
Global Operations Director - MADE.COM
A graduate of Ecole Normale Supérieure and the holder of a Master’s Degree in Logistics from Paris Dauphine specialising in the managements and economics of networks, Frédéric Beltoise, aged 42, has a distinguished career background and experience from a host of disciplines.
Eco-conception Manager - CITEO
Sophie Bonnier has joined Citeo in 2011, after 5 years as Sustainable Development Consultant at PwC. Her expertise covers eco-conception of packaging and "design for recycling" issues in particular, analysis of life cycle and recycle of packaging.
Global Director of Sustainable Packaging and Development - L'OREAL
Philippe Bonningue is the Global Director of Sustainable Packaging&Development for L’OREAL Group. Starting mid-2013, his role has been to establish the vision, the missions and the strategy of the Group in order to have the new launched products with the most controlled impact on the environment, in support to the major Sharing Beauty With All worldwide program. In 1997, he joined the Packaging Research department of the DGO (Direction Generale des Operations) where he led a Prospective Innovation team. In 1999, he took over the responsibility of the “Pumps and Aerosols Optmization” laboratory. In 2000, he was promoted head of Development and Packaging for Cosmetique Active Internationale. After 4 years, he moved to USA as head of Development and Packaging for Luxury Products Division and for Active Cosmetics Division. In 2007, he became Vice-President of Development & Packaging for the North America zone, with responsibilities covering the product development, the technical packaging, the packaging Innovation and the Sustainability.
Service and Operations Director - Supply Chain Expert - PHILIPS Health Systems France
“With a degree in Business and Management and following a Master’s Degree from ESSEC in Management and Business Law, I began my career in Spain in a logistics and customer support role for Hewlett Packard. I spent the rest of my career in the Philips group following a partial buy-out. With more than 15 years of experience in this group, I occupied a range of functions in France and abroad in the group’s various business sectors (Medical, Lighting, Group functions), always in functions relating to supply chain and service. I became Director of Service and Logistics activities at Philips Healthcare in September 2015. My experience covers a wide range of specialist areas in supply chain and services and I am in daily contact with the demands of our customers and our own standards of operational excellence and optimisation of our value chain (costs, quality, etc.). My passion for the supply chain led me to join ASLOG in 2014, where I have the honour of coordinating a work group on the Packaging theme. In this respect I am delighted to join the Pack Experts Committee to have the pleasure of a new experience combining learning and making new encounters.
International Packaging Expert
With an engineering degree from ENSAIA, Annette Freidinger-Legay was co-director for 14 years of the French Packaging Institute (the founder of the Packaging Oscars) after being Development Manager at IFBM (French Beverages and Brewing Institute).
Packaging and Sustainable Development Expert - Groupe CARREFOUR
With an art degree in his back pocket, Bruno Garnier spent sixteen years as an “adman” in a variety of graphic design consultancies. Climbing from desktop designer to Art Director via a role as design studio manager, he took part in a large number of campaigns in a diverse spectrum of fields ranging from cosmetics to food and major household brands (Cacharel, Dassault, Bahlsen St-Michel, Kärcher etc.). He was spotted by Carrefour in 1998 for his host of skills and appointed to the newly-created position of Non-Food Packaging Manager at its Evry head office.
R&D Sustainability Europe Leader - Procter & Gamble
Guillaume Lebert is currently Sustainable Europe Leader at Procter & Gamble. With more than 13 years of experience in different product categories and geographies, Guillaume has always been at the heart of our innovations to provide consumers around the world with superior value for money. In 2007, Guillaume led the rollout of Downy Single Rinse, a fabric softener for developing countries that provides massive water savings. In 2010, he was one of the initiators of research programs on the protection of linen in order to increase their longevity. Finally in 2017, he joined the sustainable development unit to lead innovations in this field in Europe. Mr. Lebert graduated as a chemical engineer in 2004 at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie in Paris. He is currently based at the P & G Brussels Innovation Center in Belgium.
Products & Packaging Development Director - LABORATOIRES EXPANSCIENCE
The holder of one degree in Japanese and another in management, Françoise Lochet gained experience in a number of job areas and environments (BtoB marketing, Industrial marketing, Project management) before arriving in the packaging sector. Today she is Products and Packaging Development Director at Expanscience, a group of pharmaceutical and dermo-cosmetology laboratories specialising in arthritis and skincare.
Packaging and Environment Quality Department Manager - AMC - Groupe CASINO
After having followed a specialized training in packaging and conditioning at ESIEC (Reims), Corinne Mercadie has rapidly joined the Casino Group to work on the eco-conception of packagings. Identifying questions regarding the regulatory subjects of suitability for food contact, her team currently and principally work on these documents' checking, on the awareness of the food industries, on these obligations, and on the packaging recyclability improvement.
R&D Director - CHARAL
David Ozenne began his career in Groupe BIGARD as workshop manager before moving to Les Charcuteries de Don in 1999. Following roles in administrative production management, he moved to Charal 12 years ago, evolving from Production manager to Plant Director. He is today Director of Innovation at Charal.
Packaging Development Manager - Hermès
Graduated from the ENSAIA, with a physico-chemical food packaging specialization, David Petit started his career at Kronenbourg, working on the beer clogging improvement. After 6 months in Madagascar to promote the export of leetchees and cashew nuts, he begins a career in Cosmetics Perfumes at Yves Saint Laurent, as a pack development engineer for care lines. Then, he spents 5 years at Dior Perfumes as a project manager and becomes then in charge of the pack on the care axis. Finally in 2006, he joins Hermès Perfumes as a project manager and then packaging team manager. Today, his responsibility field covers pack, PLV, animations, approval and industrialisation.
Global packaging Acceleration manager - MARS PETCARE France
Having arrived in the packaging world by chance, recruited at a time when specialities did not exist, Jean-Luc Poirier’s technical and food academic background has enabled him to gain greater insight into container-contents constraints and, over the years, to become an expert in packaging.
Sustainability Associate Director - COCA COLA ENTREPRISE
Aged 44 and a graduate of Nice business school, Arnaud Rolland commenced his career in mass retail then consumer research before joining Coca Cola Enterprise in 2000. Following a spell in sales to mass retail, he has spent the last 6 years in charge of the company’s CSR policy in France and is particularly active in issues relating to the circular economy of packaging. He has also been a Director at the French Packaging Council (Conseil National de l’Emballage) since 2010.