Business Management - Government/Governmental
Diamond Packaging has been granted a Gold Recognition Level based on its participation in the EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assessment in April 2017. The result places Diamond in the top 4% of suppliers evaluated by EcoVadis in all categories.
The Flexible Packaging Association has announced its opposition to a petition from the Aluminum Association Trade Enforcement Working Group that seeks to increase duties on imported Chinese aluminum foil.
Esko has outlined details of a comprehensive strategy for helping companies to adapt their packaging in the face of new regulatory compliance regulations on nutritional labeling.
The Flexible Packaging Association's Annual Meeting kicks off tonight with the announcements of the 2018 Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards and Innovation Showcase winners. To get ready for tonight's big event, here's a look back at our coverage of last year's award winners and other happenings at the 2017 FPA Annual Meeting.
On the heels of plain packaging beginning to take hold of the international tobacco industry, new concerns are rising in the U.K. of plain packaging for alcohol. If legislation takes effect, could there be consequences for micro-breweries and distilleries?
A "soda tax" has officially taken effect in Philadelphia, which became the first major U.S. city to pass a tax on sweetened beverages. A similar tax on the West Coast has led to a sharp decline in soda consumption. If Philly follows suit, will there be an impact on packaging?
A federal district court in Texas made a ruling last week that will have wide implications for the printing industry and business employers in general. Adriane Harrison, human relations specialist at the Printing Industries of America, shared her insight on what the court decision means for the printing industry.
In case you missed it, there was a debate this week between Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It's almost unanimously agreed by political pundits that Clinton won the debate, however, according to a study completed in August 2016 by NAPCO Media Research (NAPCO is the parent company of packagePRINTING), Trump is winning big among printing industry execs.