PRESS KIT ADF&PCD and PLD PARIS 2020


November 2019

 

 

Press Release

 

Marking the 16th edition of PCD, the 14th edition of ADF, 

and the inaugural edition of PLD!

2020 is set to be a key diary date in perfume, cosmetics, and aerosol calendars for several reasons. 

The PCD event marks its 16th year, while ADF celebrates its 14th anniversary. And this year, we introduce PLD to the family, making for an even more comprehensive and lively two days in Paris Porte de Versailles on 29th and 30th January. 

ADF&PCD and PLD Paris remains the sector’s key event, as it guarantees that you will not only meet the biggest number of buyers in the perfume and cosmetics sector, but also in the pharmaceutical, food, wine and spirits, and automotive sectors, among others. The addition of PLD only adds further weight to our cross-sector mission statement.

The event offers a joined-up view of the packaging sector, and we aspire to initiate all-industry dialogue on many of the long-standing and emerging challenges facing multi-functional brand teams. ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 will serve as a forum for truly ground-breaking ideas.

The show floor is also organised to allow cross-pollination between ADF&PCD and PLD exhibitors. Suppliers that work across multiple verticals are housed in a central avenue that connects all zones. 

An exclusive gallery of winners of the Pentawards will also showcase the very best of 2019 entries from across the full spread of the packaging world.

What is new? 

·      NEW Co-located event PLD - Packaging of Premium & Luxury Drinks

·      NEW Conference Talks tailored to your business needs - including 40 NEW speakers

·      100 NEW exhibitors

·      NEW Korean Pavilion

·      NEW Perfume & Spirits Olfactory Workshop

·      NEW ADF&PCD Art Trail

·      NEW Mixology demonstrations on the PLD Cocktail Bar

·      NEW Two extra restaurants

·      NEW and improved visitor experience


ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 is the first time in which the conference agenda has been developed in close partnership with an official Advisory Board, comprising senior people from across the industry. It includes experts from many of the biggest names in cosmetics, drinks and personal care, representing brands such as BeiersdorfCotyDiageoEdringtonInterparfumsKaoUnilever and many more.

 

 

 

Korean Pavilion

Meet the leading suppliers in the highly innovative K-Beauty market in the Korean Pavilion.

 

Perfume & Spirits Olfactory Workshop

Experience and compare the scents that create perfumes and spirits in this interactive workshop led by scent experts Cinquième Sens, in association with the Fragrance Foundation France.

 

ADF&PCD Art Trail

Get inspiration for next packaging design with the ADF&PCD Art Trail showcasing creative artists

from across the Paris region.

Mixology hour on the PLD Bar

Discover this year’s signature PLD Cocktail Bar created by top-class mixologists and network with the industry.

 

Other highlights include: 

 The ADF&PCD Paris 2020 Awards: The greatly anticipated and hotly contested annual awards celebrate the very best the sector had to offer in 2019

 Visitor tours: Tours on offer to visitors will include the Made in France tour, showcasing top suppliers from the French market; and Eco-tours, which highlight leading products and suppliers of sustainable packaging solutions.

 Innovation & Technology Theatre: The popular Innovation & Technology Theatre will be the home of new product presentations, launches and insight into the latest technical developments in packaging, with sessions themed by product type to make it easier for visitors to find the new products they are looking for.

A few things to remember before the event

      ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 is a unique concept that groups together three highly synergistic events. Still in pole position after all these years, the first packaging event of 2020 is indisputably the global professional reference event on innovation in packaging, aerosols and dispensing systems.

      Every year it brings together players in the perfume and cosmetics sector, but also in the pharmaceutical, food, wine and spirits, and much more. This is a real chance for cross-sector pollination, for the whole team! 

      Each of the trade shows features new exhibitors and industry leaders: this year, over 700 suppliers in total are confirmed.

      This year, a great focus will be put on hot industry topics such as sustainability and Brexit. 

 

 

 

THE TRADE SHOW’S GROWTH IN A FEW FIGURES

     700+ suppliers - 59% of exhibitors are international

     Net exhibition space (m²) has increased by 27% compared to 2019

     Visitor numbers are set to be 20% higher than last year’s edition

     More than 8,000 professionals will meet on 29th and 30th January 2020

 

 

 

 

INTERVIEW

Meeting with Josh Brooks, event director at ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020

The countdown has begun! It’s not long now until ADF&PCD returns to Paris, alongside the brand new, co-located PLD show. Josh Brooks, event director for both shows, tells us more.

How is the event shaping up so far?

2020 is another momentous year - we’re launching a sister show to run alongside ADF&PCD. It’s called PLD - or Packaging of Premium & Luxury Drinks, to give it its full name - and it adds another layer of richness to the long heritage of ADF&PCD, allowing visitors to take inspiration for their packaging projects not only from the leaders of their own sector but also from   related markets.

ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 will feature more than 700 suppliers spanning the perfume, cosmetics, premium drinks, aerosols and dispensing sectors. It’s around a fifth larger than 2019’s edition and we’re expecting 8,000 visitors to join us across both days, offering unparalleled opportunities for networking and sourcing. 

 What makes ADF&PCD and PLD special? What does it offer that visitors/exhibitors can’t get anywhere else?

ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 offer a joined-up view of packaging for perfume, cosmetics, drinks, aerosols and dispensing and speak to the appetite for sharing knowledge, technology and inspiration across these aligned market segments. The event has been designed to stimulate dialogue around both the long-standing and emerging issues faced by multi-functional brand teams.

And the shows do so in quite a unique way. ADF, PCD and PLD are all housed in specific ‘areas’ of the show floor, intersecting in the middle where relevant - so for example, an exhibitor which serves both PLD and PCD interests will be housed in a central avenue, connecting the areas. This clear delineation is something other shows just don’t have, and deliberately planned to deliver the most efficient and useful visitor experience. 

Why did you feel 2020 was the right time to add PLD to the line-up?

PLD is born from attendee desire. For several years now, we’ve seen more and more packaging specifiers from the drinks market attending ADF&PCD to find new ideas for their packaging. At Easyfairs, we develop our events in response to community demand, and adding PLD opens a whole range of avenues for existing and new attendees to explore.

The premium drinks market is, like the perfume, cosmetics and aerosol sectors, at the cutting edge of the packaging industry, and there are fantastic two-way learning opportunities for each of the segments represented. 

 

Are there any new features you’d like to highlight for 2020? 

We have revamped the conference for 2020 to place greater emphasis on interactivity and cross-disciplinary sessions with a number of keynote talks from the world’s leading brand owners, designers, innovators and experts from associations and elsewhere. The programme has been curated by our new advisory boards, which are drawn from some of the most senior people from across the industry. We are extremely thankful for their input - their experience has made for an active, credible and useful conference programme, a programme designed to deliver real value to attendees helping them solve their day-to-day challenges. Naturally, there will be a major focus on sustainability issues as this is the number one challenge for the whole sector; but there will also be talks on key challenges such as strategies for premiumisation, new design trends, technical innovations, future regulations, packaging for new retail channels and so on.

A key thread for this year’s conference programme is a focus on helping to break down departmental silos between multiple internal teams - design, marketing, packaging development or buying functions - to help them work together more effectively.

There are three themed theatres for each of ADF, PCD and PLD that will offer keynote talks, debates, workshops and Q&As that address the key topics for each particular segment. We’ll also see the return of the hugely popular Innovation & Technology Theatre, which focuses on new technologies from packaging suppliers. 

Another first in the show’s history is a pavilion representing South Korea this year. This is a major coup - South Korea is at the forefront of beauty innovation, and we’re thrilled to bring twelve suppliers from that market to Paris. 

In addition, the ADF&PCD Awards are always a major highlight of the event and will again showcase the very best innovations from the top brands and suppliers in the industry.

The event will feature a range of other activities that will ensure the community will make new connections, find new solutions and take new inspiration from the event. For instance, we will have an olfactory spirit/fragrance workshop; a signature cocktail served at the PLD cocktail bar; an exclusive Pentawards gallery; art displays; and a range of networking sessions across the event- this is more than just ‘a trade show’. It’s a two-day experience in which you can network with conviviality, learn, exchange and collaborate with new and old connections across the industry.! There is certainly a lot to look forward to.

Any closing remarks? 

As we head into 2020, the packaging industry faces a range of issues - some long-standing, others emerging. This event explores trends and issues, and gives attendees a new view on the possibilities for their packaging - whether that be from our new Korean friends or familiar faces, there’s ample chance to network, source new technical solutions and come away with new ideas and inspiration that will help solve the packaging challenges in the year ahead. 

  

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

·      Exhibition tours 

 

This year you can book places on two themed guided tours, which highlight the very best of the show floor across all zones. The ‘Made in France’ tour showcases the manufacturers and suppliers that demonstrate why our host country has become a global leader in cosmetics and premium drinks. The Eco tour focuses on one of the hottest topics across all of the segments the show covers – sustainability. This tour will help you to minimise environmental impacts on your next project. 

·      ADF&PCD Award

 

The ADF&PCD Paris Awards are always an event highlight and 2020 promises to be another vintage year.  We’ve been inundated with entries – we’re always impressed by the innovation on display and the quality of the submissions has been outstanding. 

We’ll be recognising the very best of the bunch in categories covering creativity, technological developments, sustainability initiatives, and more. Please do join the celebration at 3.00pm on 29th January in the PCD conference room if you are able. 

·      Pentawards exhibition

 

If you’re looking for further inspiration, or just need a break from the show floor, then swing by The Pentawards exhibition located in the PCD zone. The Pentawards need little introduction – it is the most prestigious global competition for the packaging design community, and we’re looking forward to sharing a selection of this year’s winning designs from the beauty, cosmetics and drinks categories. This year’s event promises to be a sensory feast for the nose as well as the eyes; we’ll be showcasing artworks and floral walls elsewhere on the show floor, too.

·      Innovation & Technology Theatre

 

Our hugely popular Innovation & Technology Theatre (ITT) returns for 2020. Aimed at packaging influencers in pack development, purchasing and R&D, it’s the place to come to see the latest product launches, learn about the next big thing and gain new technical knowledge. 

Each session is themed by product type, and visitors will hear from the most innovative players and start-ups that are defining the future of packaging technology for the beauty, drinks and aerosols markets.

·      The PLD cocktail bar

 

Not every trade show boasts its own signature cocktail. Why not take some time out to find out what our master mixologists have come up with? It’s available at the new PLD bar (where else?) situated right at the very heart of the Packaging of Premium & Luxury Drinks zone.

TALKS

 

An unrivalled series of Talks for ADF, PCD and PLD

Over the course of two days, ADF&PCD and PLD 2020 will deliver 35+ hours of invaluable content from more than 80 speakers. Each show has its own theatre and a fourth, the Innovation & Technology Theatre (ITT), will host product launches and talks on the latest solutions for packaging buyers.

A range of formats in each theatre will ensure an interactive experience for audiences, with keynotes from the most influential names in each sector, panel debates, Q&A sessions and programmed opportunities to meet the speakers. 

ADF TALKS

 

Wednesday 29th January

09:30 – 09:45

Aerosols, regulation and public perception: the 2020 outlook (keynote)

Sebastian Kraus, Associate Director Packaging, Kao

09:45 – 11:00

Aerosols, regulation and public perception: the 2020 outlook

Alain D'Haese, FEA - European Aerosol Federation

Jean Blottière, CFA

Steve Caldeira, Household & Commercial Products Association

Nicholas George, Household & Commercial Products Association

11:00 – 11:10

Meet the speakers

11:15 – 11:40

Household packaging management in the EU and France – the case of aerosols (keynote)

Gaultier Massip, CITEO

11:40 – 12:00 

Meet the speaker

12:00 – 12:50 

Cans and valves – part 1 (technology workshop)

Nathalie Thys, GSK (co-moderator)

Jean-François Wimmer, Hutchinson (co-moderator)

Herbert Naef, Sun Chemical

Anna Fitrzyk, Jago Pro

Nikoletta Lemesanszkine-Piszkor, TIGER Coatings GmbH & Co KG

12:55 – 13:50

Cans and valves – part 2 (technology workshop)

Nathalie Thys, GSK (co-moderator)

Jean-François Wimmer, Hutchinson (co-moderator)

Rüdiger Löhl, E-proPLAST

Alexander Hinterkopf, Hinterkopf GmbH

Matt Dass - Springfield Solutions

 

14:00 – 15:00

 

Filling & formulation (technology workshop)

Johannes Burghaus, Procter & Gamble (moderator)

Frank Verhoeven, Medspray

Mark Nicmanis, Triple Line Technology

 

15:45

ADF&PCD Paris Awards in PCD Talks theatre

17:30 – 16:30 

CFA General Assembly

Thursday 30th January

09:30 – 09:45

Aerosols, design for recycling and the sustainability challenge (keynote)

Bernhard Felten, Beiersdorf

 

09:45 – 10:25 

Towards zero-carbon design and sustainable production            

Michael W. Pritchard, Anyway Spray

Jason Galley, Ball Aerocan

Gilles Mangin, ArcelorMittal Europe

Leopold Werdich, Tubex

 

10:35 – 10:45 

Meet the speakers

 

10:35 – 11:34

Recycling of aerosols: the material challenge

Bernhard Felten, Beiersdorf (moderator)

Alberto Malerba, Honeywell

Kinza Sutton, Plastipak

Mostafa Aboulfaraj, France Aluminium Recyclage

Thijs Feenstra, Pezy Group

Alexis Van Maercke, APEAL

11:35 – 12:00

Meet the speakers

 

12:15 – 12:45

Beyond Brexit – aerosols and packaging supply chains (keynote)

12:45 – 13:00

Meet the speaker

14:00 – 14:10

The future of aerosols to 2025 (keynote)

Marc Spiniella, Johnson & Johnson

14:10 – 15:15

Marc Spiniella, Johnson & Johnson (moderator)

Franck Flecheux, LEREM

Gary Hawthorne, Farrag Packaging

Jonathan Gawtrey, L'Oréal

Adrian McCretton, KDC/ONE Swallowfield

Lana Glazman, Aptar Beauty + Home

Benoît Lefranc, PSA

15:30 – 15:45 

Meet the speakers

 

PCD TALKS

 

Wednesday 29th January

09:45 - 10:40

2020 vision: global design trends and the Gen Z challenge

Christophe Pradère, BETC Design

Charlotte Delobelle, Fashion Snoops

Jeb Gleason-Allured, GCI (US)

Alnoor, Objet de convoitise (Europe/France)

Monique Large, Pollen Consulting en Collaboration avec une Ethnologue

10:40 - 10:50 

Meet the speakers

 

11:00 - 11:45

Zero waste and the future of eco-design to 2025

Hervé Bouix, VP innovation packaging, Estée Lauder

Oriane Broussard, Chef de projet Eco-Conception, Citeo

Eileen Marshall, Ingénieur Matériaux / Materials Engineer, VALORPLAST

Emmanuelle Schoesling, Elipso

Pierre Meurice, Sustain Innov

Florent Girard, Créagif Eco Concept

12:00 - 12:15

Meet the speakers

 

12:15 - 13:00

Ocean plastics – the reality and packaging’s response

Hervé Bouix, VP innovation packaging, Estée Lauder

François Galgani, Océanographe

Carole Carpentier, Gestes Propres

Albéa and L’Oréal (speakers in progress)

Nicolas Moufflet, Lys Packaging

 

 

14:00 - 14:20

Plastics, the circular economy and the outlook for 2020

Carole Janvier MP, Deputy de la 2ème circonscription du Loiret (keynote)

Serge Odof, Directeur ESIReims (moderator)

 

14:30 - 15:10

Drinks and beauty brands and the plastics challenge - roundtable

Corinne Fugier-Garrel, PCD Director, L’Occitane

Nathalie Perroquin, Corporate – Corporate Sustainability Vice-President & Vincent Delavenne VP Packaging Luxury Division, Coty

Daniele Nebe, Global Package Development Leader Hair Care, Hair care (R+D), KAO

Carine Christophe, Group Environmental Manager, Pernod Ricard

Serge Odof, Directeur ESIReims (moderator)

 

15:30 - 17:30

ADF&PCD Paris Awards 2020

15h30 ADF Awards

- 16h15 Keynote

- 16h30 PCD Awards

 

 

 

Thursday 30th January

9:30 - 10:15

Unilever brand case study - Innovation: new recycling technologies enabling upgrades to luxury sustainability

Frédéric Dreux, R&D Packaging Leader – Prestige, Unilever

Representatives of Sabic, Aptar, Lyondellbasell, Eastman and Plastic Energy

 

10:30 - 10:45 

Joe Malone London brand keynote - TBC

Chris Gevers, Executive Director Packaging Development, Joe Malone London

Virginia Elliott – Chief Sales Officer, Heinz

 

11:15 - 12:15

Is clean beauty the path towards greener packaging? - roundtable

Antonia Cadbury, Head of New Product Development & Technical, Bulldog Skincare Men 

Astrid Mauduit, Founder and CEO, OUATE

Louise Salvati, Co-Fondatrice & Arnaud Lancelot, Co-Fondateur, Cozie 

Anne Mechteld, Medspray & Gauvin Hemery, ABC Texture

 

12:30 - 13:15

The New Luxury Code and natural fragrance packaging solutions

Creezy Courtois, Founder of IPF (International Perfume Foundation)

 

14:00 - 14:15

Développement Durable à destination des donneurs d’ordre (announcement)

Mathieu Prévost, l’UNIIC (in progress TBC avec PB, Imprim’Luxe)

 

14:15 - 15:30

Luxury. Responsibility. No compromise.

Pascale Marciniak, Packaging Innovation Director, Chanel

 

PLD TALKS - in partnership with the Pentawards


Wednesday 29th January 

10:00 - 11:00

The rise - and future - of the craft aesthetic

 

11:30 - 12:00

Edrington brand keynote - Luxury vs sustainability: perspectives from the luxury whisky market

Mike Rose, director of brands packaging, Edrington

 

12:30 - 13:00

Sustainable Packaging – important for the life and vitality of our planet (keynote)

Carine Christophe, sustainability manager, Pernod Ricard

 

14:00 - 15:00

At the crossroads: shared design influences in luxury drinks and perfume 

James Hartigan, Contagious

 

Thursday 30th January

10:00 -11:00

All about the chateau? Disruptors in wine design

Johanna Antonucci, founder, Leo de Verzay

 

11:30 - 12:00 

Diageo brand keynote - You had me at design

Steve Honour, Design & Visual Identity Leader, Innovation, Europe & Africa, Diageo

 

12:30 - 13:00

Camus brand keynote - Establishing the concept of “made-to-measure” and high luxury in the spirit industry

Jean-Dominique Andreu, CMO, Camus

 

 

14:00 - 15:00

Keeping brands culturally relevant (through design)

Jon Davies, Co-Founder, Butterfly Cannon

Natalie Alexander, Co-Founder, Butterfly Cannon

 

THE ADF&PCD PARIS AWARDS 2020

The ADF&PCD Awards presentation ceremony is an annual highlight, eagerly awaited by brands and suppliers alike, rewarding the year’s most outstanding innovative launches.

Each year, this prestigious award is bestowed by two separate juries comprising brand representatives, experts in packaging, aerosols and dispensers, and professional journalists. Their mission: to designate and identify the best products in their category. 

The ADF&PCD Paris Awards are designed to single out the best technological innovations in aerosol and dispensing systems packaging, alongside packaging innovations in the cosmetics and fragrance industry. 

Numerous packaging innovations, particularly in the fragrance category, are in competition this year.

 

ADF Jury Members:

      President of the jury: Jean Blottiere, Le Comité Français des Aérosols

      Georges Bouille, Packaging Expert

      Johannes Burghaus, P&G

      Wilfried Duivennoorden, Unilever

      Bernhard Felten, Beiersdorf

      Sebastian Kraus, Kao

      Franck Flecheux, LEREM

      Laurent Flond, L'Oréal

      Peter Lamboy, Consultant, LPC

      Veronique Liabeuf, Venise Botticelli Branding

      Detlev Melcher, Aerosol Europe

      Edoardo Ruga, Polenghi-Coltivia

      Marc Spiniella, J&J

      Andrea Spinosa, Coty

      Arnaud Steiner, Virbac

      Nathalie Thys, Laboratoire Glaxosmithkline

      Leopold Werdich, Tubex

 

 

 

PCD Jury members:

President of the PCD Jury: Alain BETHUNE, Packaging Expert; and Hervé BOUIX, Estée Lauder

      Philippe BRIAND, Clarins

      Eric CABRIOT, LVMH FB

      Sabine CHABBERT & Amélie LAVIE, Fragrance foundation

      Corinne FUGIER-GARREL, L'Occitane en Provence

      Vincent GALLON, Premium Beauty News

      Xavier LEBOUCHER, Puig

      Jérôme LEROUGE, Beiersdorf

      Pascale MARCINIAK-DAVOULT, Chanel

      Axel MAROT, Interparfums

      Jean-Louis MATHIEZ, Cinq.Pats

      Oonagh PHILIPS, BW Confidential

      Carol POLTORAK, L'Oréal

      Christophe PRADERE, BETC DESIGN

      Andrea SPINOSA, Coty

 

 

  

ADF Award categories:

      Personal Care 

      Household 

      Pharmacy & Veterinary 

      Food 

      Industrial & Technical application 

 

PCD Award categories:

      Hygiene / Body care / Hair care 

      Skincare sunscreen products

      Make-up (Foundation, eyes, lips, nails)

      Fragrances: Limited edition box set (Skincare, fragrance etc.) 

      Sustainable Development Award 

 

The list of winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony in the presence of key brands and players in the packaging industry. The ceremony is always well-attended and is open to everyone, exhibitors and visitors alike.

The ADF&PCD Paris 2020 Awards ceremony will be held on 29 January in the PCD conference room at 3:00pm.

 

2020 INNOVATION GALLERY

 

We’ve put together this preview of innovative product launches which can’t be missed at ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020!

Our selection on 22/11/2019

 Glaspray - HYBRID Twist and Spray with QeX Shell System - D12

The ingenious design of HYBRID offers the strengths of a luxury twist-up but with refillable packaging. It also offers a playful aspect where the skin shell system can be easily switched thanks to its QeX (Quick Exchange) system. A variety of materials (aluminium alloy, carbon fiber, Kevlar) and finishes provide different expressions.

Toyo & Deutsche Aerosol - THE DUEL® - 2in1 Aerosol

THE DUAL® enables the separate storage of two components that are discharged with just one push. This packaging is suitable for almost any two-component product that demands a chemical reaction. It can be used for liquids, creams, gels or post-foaming products.

Dropac - Sopac

Dropac is an innovative dropper system that is more economical and easier to use than a standard dropper set with a pipette. It offers multiple use cases in cosmetics, pharmaceutical or food, and can be used for drops containing liquids, oils, and lotions.

Anyway Spray - True 360 Spray Value

The Anyway Spray, unlike the conventional dip tube, has millions of microscopic holes running through its entire length. The patented Anyway spray tube uses a proprietary gas barrier material that allows liquids to pass through wherever they touch the tube.

Adhespack Creative Sampling - Self Sampling - F79 

Self Sampling is an innovative tool that allows the automatic distribution of fragrances and makeup samples. Wi-Fi and mobile connectivity provides real-time usage data and also enables changes to the campaign imagery to be made remotely.

Cosmogen & Qualiform - Perla - F10

The PERLA range stands out for its slender shape, its flexibility and its ‘velvet’ touch. Thanks to the three available filling capacities (9, 15 and 30 ml) and the different applicators (flock, brush, spatula, ball), the range caters to all care and makeup formulas.

Rissman - Greenious line- K48

The greenious paper bag is made out of just one material - paper! Rissman’s bag is authentic and eco-friendly paper, made out of genuine brewer’s spent grain or 30% recycled pulp and uses no forms of adhesive.

Premi Spa - 3D Inkjet technology - C22

The 3D inkjet offers fast premium customisation without having to invest in new molds. This  allows users to keep up with the latest design trends and enables customisation of highly creative and textured artwork for limited editions and promotional branding.

Awantys - AWYWERDE primary packaging 

AWYVERDE® primary packaging is recyclable and certified for industrial composting. It is among the few materials on the market that also decomposes in home compost within five to ten years (as compared to 450 years for conventional materials).

Kondai International Limited - Shine like Radiant Lipstick Case - F03

The Radiant lipstick case demonstrates the most gorgeous facets on the deco plate and gives maximum luminance to the product.  Geometric embellishment on the inner lipstick tube completes the shiny look. A built-in mirror is also available with this lipstick case.

Tubex Aluminium Tubes - The Blue Tube - P41

The Blue Tube is made of 100% recycled aluminium in a specially developed alloy, which offers the same outstanding product properties that you expect from all of Tubex’s aluminium tubes. Products made of recycled aluminium require significantly less energy than conventional tubes. 

Grafe Advanced Polymers GmbH - Mermaid FX - H41 

The new ‘Mermaid Effect’ project presents an exclusive multi-coloured selection of high-quality colour-changing effects, also known as ‘interference effects’. The elegant and luxurious colours create breathtaking contrast which changes in line with viewing angle and ambient brightness.

Virospack SLU - Droppers for CBD - K14

Viropack’s latest droppers are the safest on the market thanks to a protection closure mechanism. This fulfils the necessary regulatory requirements for products that contain certain active ingredients, like CBD. Its new sealing system requires users to press down and turn, making it more difficult to open in line with new industry standards.

Salvalco - SSG Eco-Valve - X14

The Eco-Valve is the only nitrogen/air based valve system that has an equivalent or better performance than the traditional LPG propelled valves. The Eco-Valve Bubbly Flow technology has been developed and refined to produce a more consistent flow through any aerosol.

Corpack GmbH - Twin Pack Click’N’Match - C54

Some things come best in twos, whether that be shampoo and conditioner, or sun and after-sun. Corpack GmbH’s TWIN PACK click ‘n’ match combines two bottles within a single unit. This concept is an innovative solution that allows the promotion of numerous product combinations in an interchangeable & user-friendly way.

Gualapack - InnoWEBMONO - B69

INNOWEB MONO™ is the new line of mono-material laminates for tubes. Available in white, transparent or metallised and in different thicknesses, it is a good solution for those who want to invest in sustainable products. INNOWEB MONO™ also prevents the transfer of O2 and moisture.

 

 

ADF&PCD and PLD Paris 2020 will bring together more than 700 packaging suppliers and 8,000 buyers in the perfume, cosmetics, premium drinks, aerosols and dispensing sectors. It takes place on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 January 2020, at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. 

 

About Easyfairs

 

Easyfairs enables communities to “visit the future” at must-attend events that anticipate their needs and present solutions in the ideal format.

 

The group currently organises 218 events in 17 countries (Algeria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Emirates, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States). Easyfairs also manages 10 events venues in the Benelux, Netherlands and Nordic region (Ghent, Antwerp, Namur, Mechelen-Brussels North, Hardenberg, Gorinchem, Venray, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö).

 

The group employs more than 750 people and generated revenues exceeding €160 million for its financial year 2016-2017.

 

Easyfairs strives to be the most adaptable, agile and effective player in the events industry by employing committed individuals, deploying the best marketing and technology tools and developing strong brands. Visit the future with Easyfairs.

 

For more information, visit our website www.easyfairs.com

 

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