Summit Highlights

  • Latest Updates Indonesian Flexible Packaging Market: Trends, Share, Size, Opportunity and Prospects 2023-2025
  • FMCG and Packaging Sustainability: How the Future Market will Evolve?
  • Continued Journey towards Compostable, Recyclable, or Reusable Packaging by 2025
  • New generation cast films and barrier film developments
  • Sustainable packaging based on oriented PE films
  • New initiative enabling substitution of difficult to recycle flexible plastics within recycling pathways
  • Food Contact Packaging: Regulatory Compliance and Food Safety Matters
  • Towards Circularity of Post-consumer Flexible Packaging in Asia
  • Exclusive Insight into Indonesian and Asian Circular Plastics Market: Recovery rates, Waste Collection Infrastructures, Separation & Dedicated Deposit Systems
  • Thoughts on Indonesian and global policy that could impact plastics recycling, waste management and sustainability
  • Chemical Recycling Technology to Convert Mixed Plastics Waste into Virgin Quality Polymer –  Highlighting the Prospects in Asia
  • Perspective on plastic recovery and sorting technology to meet feedstock requirements and specification for chemical recycling
  • Food-grade rPET Recycling Development in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Bringing together all stakeholders in the packaging supply chain to recover plastics waste packaging towards a circular economy
  • Regulatory updates and their impact on Recycled Plastics for Food Packaging in Indonesia
  • Sustainable packaging initiatives from the perspective of a major food delivery company

Conference Background

The global flexible packaging market size reached US$ 124.9 Billion in 2021. Looking forward, the market intelligence sources expect the market to reach US$ 162.4 Billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 4.5% during 2022-2027.  Keeping in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19, we are also continuously tracking and evaluating the direct as well as the indirect influence of the pandemic on different end use industries. Technical advances have dramatically changed how flexible packaging is viewed. Product differentiation, technical development and innovation will continue to reign as key growth drivers for the industry. Catalyzed by advancements in packaging technology, the global demand of flexible packaging material is exhibiting strong growth. Moreover, the popularity of flexible packaging among consumers has also increased as it is a cost-effective alternative for storage issues, minimizes product wastage along with keeping the food safe and healthy.

The circular economy represents an alternative, more sustainable model to the traditional linear economy, which will further enhance industry competitiveness and resource efficiency. The unique characteristics of plastics enable them to play a major role on the road to a more sustainable and resource efficient future. Lightweight, versatile and durable plastics can help save key resources such as energy and water in strategic sectors that include packaging, building and construction, automotive and renewable energy, to name but a few. In addition, plastics applications in packaging can help reduce food waste. However, to improve the circularity of plastics, it is essential to make sure that more and more plastic waste is recovered and doesn’t end up in landfill or in the environment. The challenge of curbing plastic waste dates to the dawn of the modern environmental movement. More recently, concerns over plastic litter, particularly in marine environments, has reached feverish pitch among consumers, governments and companies themselves. Addressing the waste challenge requires engaging the entire plastics value chain, from polymer manufacturers to brands to waste haulers, in order to create truly systemic solutions.

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