The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK will showcase four of the best French-based packaging specialists, who will exhibit their innovative products and advanced technological solutions on the French pavilion (Stand E28) at Packaging Innovations 2013, in Birmingham, at the end of February.
The companies due to attend are listed below. More information is available upon request.
ABISS instruments by ANEOLIA
Dedicated to modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), ABISS instruments by ANEOLIA specialises in instruments that are used in industrial gas analysis and packaging-integrity control. The company has more than 20 years' expertise and has been exporting to the UK since 2009.
ABISS instruments by ANEOLIA provides a range of instruments, including headspace gas analysers for MAP, leak-detection systems for packaging, continuous gas analysers for industrial gas processes, and gas analysers for medical applications. The company has worked with Air Liquide, Bonduelle, Lactalis, LDC, Linde and Pepsi Co.
APPLIC'ETAINS is a manufacturer of adhesive pewter labels that enable the strong visual identification of products. Using tools that allow automatic label application, the company offers a range of standard packaging options, as well as the possibility of producing original and customised designs.
APPLIC'ETAINS' recent technological advances enable the creation of more spectacular adhesive labels with fine details that are adapted to the most demanding designs. The company has already worked across approximately 50 countries worldwide, including with Armand de Brignac, Jean Paul Gaultier and Ruinart.
Founded in Germany in 1992, BIOTEC GmbH is a major European player in the bioplastics-research field and specialises in bioplastic resins. Dwindling oil reserves and growing demand for a greener environment are making biomass-produced plastics — as a substitute for current plastics — ever more attractive. BIOTEC GmbH has been focusing its efforts on R&D, technical applications and marketing for the development of a new generation of high-potential bioplastic products.
The company holds more than 200 patents worldwide and, thanks to its production unit, has become a manufacturer of bioplastic raw material. In 2011, BIOTEC GmbH's turnover stood at €30.1 million and the company has an annual production capacity of over 20,000 tonnes. BIOTECH GmbH provides its customers with advice and support in the field of bioplastics.
Established in 1962, Ceisa Packaging is a market leader in printed shrink film for multipacks, shrink-and-stretch sleeves, and wraparound labels. The key to the company's success is innovation. Over the past 10 years, the company has introduced novel and original product lines to the market, such as ultra-thin printed shrink film, superstretch sleeves, and products using both recyclable and renewable materials.
Currently present in 50 countries worldwide, Ceisa Packaging is a global player, delivering products to some of the largest companies in Africa, China, Europe, the Middle East and the USA, including Carlsberg, Coca-Cola, Nestlé and Yoplait.
About The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London facilitates trade development between France and the UK. UBIFRANCE offers a wide range of services to French-based companies, so as to assist them in their business activities within the UK. As such, it organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities.
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London is organising a French Pavilion at Packaging Innovations 2013 from 27 to 28 February 2013. The Pavilion will be located on Stand E28 at the NEC, in Birmingham (England).
Journalists wishing to attend should contact Ms Katherine Woods, Press Officer of the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London.
For further information about Packaging Innovations 2013, please go to: http://www.easyfairs.com/events_216/packaging-innovations2013_30247/packaging-innovations-2013_30248/
For further information about UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk/
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Katherine Woods | UBIFRANCE
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