To specifically present the many innovations and tangible solutions offered by the packaging of today and tomorrow, special feature areas have been created to satisfy all the expectations of visitors.
Objective Zero Impact
The aim of this space is to promote meetings between the actors of change and allow everyone to prepare for the "post-Revolution". Visitors will thus be able to exchange with around thirty start-ups and other eco-aware market players offering innovative solutions, and attend a range of talks. Workshops will be held to develop ideas and concepts on various themes, including more sustainable packaging or the development of reusable shipping packaging for online retail.
This major event will offer visitors the opportunity to decipher emerging trends and discover new products in the sectors covered by the show. Visitors will also be able to discover the winners of ALL4PACK INNOVATIONS, a competition that rewards products, machines/equipment, services or manufacturing processes in the packaging, packaging and intralogistics sector that are new or use new technology resulting from research. There are five categories in the competition: Sustainable and Responsible Solution, Design and User-friendliness, Innovative Technology, Material of the Future and Logistical Performance. The award ceremony will take place on Tuesday, 24 November at 11:15 a.m. in Hall 7.
This year, the Innovation Area will also host the winners of the five partner competitions: Oscar de l'Emballage, Pack The Future, Emballé 5.0, SIAL Innovation and De Gouden Noot.
Visitors will also be able to visit the exclusive exhibition "Packaging: Leading its Revolution" presenting the latest packaging innovations and trends.
A programme of 27 talks
To complete its offering of expertise, the exhibition will offer a series of 27 talks and round tables, each in a given field, which will enable attendees to understand the new perspectives of standards and regulations, decipher trends to meet consumer requirements and find forward-looking solutions in sustainable machinery, materials and packaging. Topical issues will be addressed such as the packaging revolution (eco-design, circular economy, packaging end-of-life), solutions for sustainable logistics and machines in the context of industrial performance.
Optimising the visitor experience
ALL4PACK Emballage Paris 2020 is above all a matter of physical meetings and exchanges, but also an experience that everyone can enhance online through various services made available to visitors, such as the mobile application and its web platform. Attendees will be able to find practical information such as the interactive map of the show and the exhibitor and product lists; but virtual tech can be used to go further: business matchmaking, video meetings, participation in theme-based speed networking sessions, live streams of talks or start-up pitches, etc.
At the forefront of new packaging trends
To offer its visitors all the latest information on the packaging sector, ALL4PACK will publish this year, in collaboration with Fabrice Peltier, a designer and creative consultant in eco-design, a new White Paper, Packaging: Leading its Revolution, which sheds light on all the major packaging trends and innovations. Each material has its own dedicated chapter. Fabrice Peltier unveiled a sneak preview today:
- The eight trends and insights for Paper-Cardboard:
- The recyclable flexible pouch
- The cardboard tray
- The complex takes on shapes
- Flexible in a rigid body
- The large Bag-in-Box format
- Paper-cardboard space fillers
- The eight trends and insights for Plastic:
- Single material
- Flexible single polymer
- Incorporation of recycled waste
- I am 100% recycled
- Marine plastics
- Plant-based plastics
- Reusable plastics
The next trends for each material (metal, glass, wood, alternative materials) will be revealed in September. Talks will be held on each subject during the show.