For its 2024 edition, the ALL4PACK EMBALLAGE PARIS show is once again renewing its Pack Expert Committee. A veritable think tank dedicated to the issues facing the packaging and intralogistics sector, the committee enables the show to develop numerous solutions to meet the challenges faced by companies using packaging. Find out more about its members.

The packaging sector is undergoing unprecedented change, driven by major environmental challenges. It is against this backdrop that ALL4PACK EMBALLAGE PARIS 2024 has renewed its Pack Expert Committee, with the aim of anchoring the show in the latest developments in the industry, and making it a source of inspiration by decoding innovations and regulations.

For its 7th edition, the Pack Expert Committee, led by the show's director, has brought together key accounts, packaging users and industry experts to engage in concrete exchanges throughout the run-up to the show, as well as during its 4 days.

These meetings are an opportunity for members to interact on current issues and their expectations, and through their cross-fertilization of expertise, enable the show to be anchored in the concerns, future and current affairs of a world on the move.

Find the members of the packaging and intralogistics committee 2024

Guillaume Schaeffer

Guillaume SCHAEFFER - 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 2024.
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Philippe BONNINGUE - Packaging & Circular Economy Stewardship Global VP - L'OREAL

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.
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Fabrice PELTIER - Design expert

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.
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Valentin FOURNEL - 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.
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Alexandre VERNIER - 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.
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Benjamin BOLLOT -  R&D Senior Scientist Fabric and Home care Packaging Sustainability, P&G

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.
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Flore BUDIN - Chargée de projet Réemploi, Jean Bouteille

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Marie-Pierre GAILLARD - Responsable Projets Emballage, Groupe Léa Nature

Marie-Pierre Gaillard discovered the world of packaging during her studies in molecular biochemistry. Interested in the sector, she went on to obtain a diploma in packaging engineering from ESIEC. After completing an internship with the Léa Nature group, she joined the company as a packaging engineer. Today, she is the group's Food Packaging Manager. Under the impetus of the CSR management and policy, she has been working since 2015 to reduce dependence on plastics of fossil origin, notably through the use of recycled materials, improving packaging circularity and developing reuse.
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Olivier LAROSE - Directeur Développement Durable, Coca-Cola France

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Jérôme LEROUGE - Head of Packaging Development, Beiersdorf

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Jean-Pascal Martin FESTA - Chief Procurement Officer Rémy Cointreau

  • Food Industry Engineer AGROSUP Dijon (1993) + MBA ESSEC Business School (1994)
  • 1994 – 1998 - Business Development Manager DATAR London
  • 1998 – 2000 – Purchasing Manager - SI Lesaffre (Lesaffre Group)
  • 2000 – 2001 – Purchasing & logistics Director - LD Com / LD Cable (Louis Dreyfus Group)
  • 2001 – 2002 – Head of Purchasing Department- Champagne Pommery (LVMH Group)
  • 2002 – 2008 – Purchasing Director - Champagne Moët & Chandon (LVMH Group)
  • 2008- 2018 – Purchasing & New Product Development Director- Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët (Groupe Pernod Ricard)
  • Since 2018 - Chief Purchasing Officer - Rémy Cointreau Group
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Stéphane MERLET - Ingénieur Emballage Conditionnement, Fleury-Michon

Stéphane Merlet, Packaging Engineer, has over 10 years' experience in the pharmaceutical industry as an engineer specializing in packaging industrialization. During this period, he led numerous packaging development projects in line with the sector's rigorous standards.

In 2010, Stéphane took the bold step of transferring his skills to the food industry. He joined first the Lactalis Group, then Fleury Michon, where he brought his expertise to the field of food packaging. Today, at the heart of research and development (R&D), within a unit dedicated to packaging, he plays a key role as an expert. He actively contributes to reducing the use of plastics while maintaining a high level of food safety and meeting consumer expectations.

At the same time, Stéphane Merlet is President of the Ligépack association, where he strives to promote responsible and sustainable packaging practices within the industry.

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Bénédicte ROUCAYROL - Responsable Innovation & Prospective Packaging, Pierre Fabre

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Benoit TAUSKY - Responsable Packaging Europe, Ecotone

Trained at AgroParisTech Massy, Benoit quickly fell into food packaging, while retaining his product and process sensitivity. For 22 years, he was happily shaken up in factories, at head office, by suppliers and partners, to develop and produce the packaging for this beautiful, round and pulpy Jaune brand. In September 2020, in a quest for even more virtuous packaging and a product/pack combination that has the least possible impact on our planet, he joined Ecotone, the European leader in organic, plant-based and fair-trade food, to accelerate the deployment of the 3R strategy in 6 major countries.

Drawing on the company's values and mission, he is working in concert on the 3Rs to reduce our impact on our environment, with a focus on the recyclability of single-material plastics and a true belief in the future reuse system in construction.