The packaging sector is undergoing unprecedented upheavals, driven by large-scale environmental issues.
This is the context in which ALL4PACK Emballage Paris 2022 is once again assembling its Pack Expert committee, to ensure that the exhibition remains solidly grounded in what is going on in the industry and to make ALL4PACK a source of inspiration, through close scrutiny of the latest innovations and regulations.
For its sixth edition, the Pack Expert committee, under the auspices of exhibition director, Olivia Milan, is bringing together major corporations, companies that use packaging and experts from the sector for practical exchanges throughout the show preparation period and during the four days of ALL4PACK Emballage Paris 2022.
These get-togethers will provide the committee members with the opportunity to interact in reflecting on the various topical issues and their own expectations and, through their cross-disciplinary expertise, ensure that the exhibition is grounded in the concerns, the present and the future of a changing world.
Director of ALL4PACK Emballage Paris
A chemical engineer by training, Guillaume Schaeffer began his career in Research & Development at AstraZeneca in the United Kingdom before moving to Marketing and Sales functions at Total in 2004. He started as a European market manager for polymers and then became marketing and key account manager for the global industrial lubricants market, mainly for companies using food, paper and cement. In 2013, he changed jobs, joining the communication department of Total, which has become TotalEnergies today. In charge of internal events, he then directed the internal communication campaigns for the company's 100,000 employees. With this business and communication background, Guillaume Schaeffer will be in charge of the ALL4PACK Emballage Paris exhibition in 2022.
Fabrice Peltier is an acknowledged packaging design expert and eco-design pioneer who works to promote responsible and more sustainable packaging. He provides consultancy services as a catalyst for eco-design creativity to the entire packaging sector (packaging manufacturers, marketers and eco-bodies).
He regularly delivers lectures and writes for many trade journals including Emballages Magazine to which he has contributed more than 150 packaging analyses in the past 20 years. He has also written several books and white papers, among them Packaging Ready for its Revolution, published in 2018 in association with ALL4PACK Emballage Paris.
CSR Director - COCA COLA
Arnaud Rolland, 51, graduated from Skema, has 28 years of experience in consumer products, including 21 years with Coca-Cola Europacific Partners. After having worked in consumer research and commercial functions with the retail sector, he has been in charge of CCEP's CSR strategy in France for 13 years. In this context, he supervises the Infineo center dedicated to the circular economy of packaging, and intervenes on all the subjects of innovation of packaging in connection with the Climate strategy. He is a director of the National Packaging Council and a member of all the environmental commissions of the consumer goods industry.
Eco-design team director - CITEO
Valentin Fournel is a graduate of AgroParisTech and worked in Innovation consulting for 8 years before joining Citeo in 2015. He is currently Director of the Eco-design team, which aims to help companies develop the virtuous packaging solutions of the future.
Project Manager for Ecological Packaging - LÉA NATURE
After having followed an engineering course in organic chemistry with a doctorate under the direction of Jean-Marie Lehn, French Nobel Prize of Chemistry, on self-repairing polymers, he started in a start-up in molecular cooking. He joined Danone for 9 years to work on bio-based plastics, the use of recycled material, alternatives to plastic or single use. In his desire to participate in the marketing of new, more virtuous packaging, and seduced by the choice of plant-based PE at Léa Nature and by its organic DNA, he joined the company in May 2020 as manager of the Food Packaging Development department with a transversal mission on the other activities of Léa Nature. The actions he is implementing at Léa Nature aim to complete the policy of reducing dependence on fossil-based plastics by participating in the development of reuse, and by improving the circularity of packaging, particularly flexible packaging.
Packaging & Circular Economy Stewardship Global VP - L'ORÉAL
Philippe BONNINGUE joined L’Oréal in the UK in 1988. Since then, he has been promoted to several positions in different divisions in France, including Building/Processing management, breakthrough Biotechnology project leadership, Pumps/Aerosols Lab management, Packaging Innovation, Technical Packaging & NPD. In 2007, he became Vice-President of Development & Packaging for the North America zone. Starting mid-2013, Philippe’s role has been to establish the vision, the missions and the strategy of the Group for the most responsible packaging activity, in support of the major Sharing Beauty With All worldwide program; Philippe led the Packaging part of the creation of the SPOT Methodology (Sustainable Product Optimization Tool) in 2016, and the co-foundation of the SPICE initiative (2018). Philippe has invented more than 15 worldwide patented innovations.
Sustainability R&D Manager EUROPE - PROCTER & GAMBLE
Guillaume Lebert is currently Sustainability R&D Manager Europe at Procter & Gamble. With more than 17 years of experience in different product categories and across multiple locations, Guillaume has always been at the heart of innovations, providing consumers with products of outstanding value for money. In 2007, Guillaume led the roll-out of Downy Single Rinse, a fabric softener for hand-wash countries that delivers massive water savings. In 2010, he was one of the initiators of research program on fabric protection with the aim of increasing their longevity. In 2017, he joined the Sustainability unit to lead innovations in this area in Europe. Mr. Lebert graduated as a chemical engineer in 2004 from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris. He is currently based at the P&G Brussels Innovation Center in Belgium.
Purchasing Manager - CHAMPAGNES PIPER-HEIDSIECK
A true autodidact, Olivier Devie has oriented his professional career in the field of Wines & Spirits. He started his career in the production department, then quickly directed his expertise in the field of Purchasing-Development of an international Champagne brand. After having flourished there for about thirty years, he wished to extend his knowledge of the sector with a major cork producer. Since 2017, he is now in charge of the purchasing and development policy of Piper-Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck and Rare Champagnes within the EPI group.
Innovation and CSR Packaging Manager - BEL GROUP
Alexandre VERNIER has been in charge of sustainable packaging for the past 5 years in the Bel Group's R&D teams (Boursin, Kiri, Vache Qui Rit, Babybel etc.). A packaging engineer from EsiReims, he joined Bel as a packaging developer where he contributed to the development of new packaging for the company's brands and plants. He then worked on open innovation and creativity in packaging, before taking up his current position on packaging and the environment, reconciling personal convictions with the company's vision. He participated in the construction of the Group's "responsible packaging" policy, the implementation of a packaging assessment tool, internal training in ecodesign, the monitoring of packaging improvement projects, particularly for better recyclability, and represents the Bel Group in several coalitions for the improvement of packaging sustainability.
Packaging Sustainability Manager - DECATHLON
Fleur LIM is responsible for Sustainable Packaging Development at Decathlon. She is an environmental engineer by training, specialized in life cycle analysis and eco-design. It was in 2017 that she joined Decathlon in the Sustainable Development department with the mission to support product engineers in the implementation of evaluation, eco-design and environmental display of finished products. In 2019, she will join the Packaging department to develop an environmental strategy that takes into account all stages of the packaging life cycle: from raw materials to end-of-life. She also leads meaningful projects such as the 0 Single Use Plastic project that she has been co-leading since 2020 with Julien Lambert, Packaging Innovation Manager.
Packaging Innovation Manager - DECATHLON
Julien is Packaging Innovation Manager at Decathlon. He is a graduate of ESEPAC, his career began as a trainee in the Champagne and spirits sector, then he joined the Decathlon teams in 2007. As a packaging engineer for a wide range of products, he designed packaging for electronic products until 2010, for hiking and camping products until 2016 and finally for bicycles and bicycle accessories until 2020. Between 2012 and 2016, Julien leads a team of packaging engineers and graphic designers. Personally committed for several years to reducing waste and environmental impact, from 2020, he joined Fleur LIM on the 0 SUP project (for zero single use plastic), Julien is in charge of the elimination of plastics on sales packaging at Decathlon. His role on innovation will certainly allow him to combine innovation and environment.