AIPIA IS A WORLDWIDE ASSOCIATION PROMOTING HIGH TECH PACKAGING SOLUTIONS

 

AIPIA'S MISSION IS TO DECIMATE SUPPLY CHAIN COSTS, REDUCE WASTE AND INCREASE ITS MEMBERS' PROFITABILITY BY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH TECH SOLUTIONS IN PACKAGING

We believe that active and intelligent technologies in packaging are a ‘once in a generation’  change in the sector.Not only will they alter the role of packaging in the marketplace, but also facilitate better business through premium pricing, supply chain management, improved security/brand protection and waste reduction.

To reach this goal key-players in the FOOD,  DRINK,  PHARMACEUTICAL , COSMETIC and other related industries have joined hands. Their target is extremely easy to understand: take advantage of the use of active and intelligent packaging solutions. AIPIA is the focus for information on the latest developments and knowledge exchange.


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The speakers line-up at the up-coming AIPIA Congress, held in conjunction with PACK EXPO International and Pharma EXPO, owned and produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies from 2-4 November at McCormick Place, Chicago, has a rich variety of experts from every aspect of the A&IP industry, offering end user as well as supplier perspectives. Each week until the Congress opens we will give you a taste of some of the presentations you can expect to enjoy. So read on…

Eef de Ferrante
Director AIPIA


News

STOP PRESS: AIPIA member PragmatIC announces major funding injection

29 January 2015

UK technology company ARM and Cambridge Innovation Capital are investing £5.4 million in Cambridge-based flexible electronics developer PragmatIC Printing to accelerate production of flexible integrated circuits for the Internet of Things (IoT)... More »


Intelligent Foil Packaging for Food Condition Monitoring

29 January 2015

Mainz chemistry professor Katja Heinze and her Luxembourg cooperation partner Dr. Patrick Choquet have received the Interregional Research Award for the development of novel, intelligent foils for food packaging... More »


Smart Packaging closer to Commercialization says Report

29 January 2015

Smart packaging has become an active field of research in various industries as the need to track goods through the supply chain escalates. Significant work is underway among various stakeholders to identify and commercialize smart packaging technologies... More »


Holgrams combine with other Anti-counterfeit solutions

29 January 2015

According to the International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA), the hologram industry is likely to see further growth, as the pace at which anti-counterfeiting technologies combine to provide multi-layered solutions quickens... More »


Faster Label Printing, RFID Encoding, Data Verification

29 January 2015

Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS) has launched its new Monarch tabletop ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID encoder and bar-code printer. The device measures 351mm high x 292mm wide x546 mm deep and weighs 14.5 kilograms... More »


Small Tag…Big Range

29 January 2015

eAgile Inc., a supplier of RFID technologies, has announced the release of the new UHF EPC compliant MicroWing™ inlay. The MicroWing is the size of a paper clip which makes it the smallest RFID inlay available on the market to achieve a greater than 2 metre read range... More »


IoT enabled by RFID

29 January 2015

Imec has announced a breakthrough in the race to develop RFID chips to enable the Internet of Things (IoT). In December it unveiled a thin-film transistor (TFT) circuit mounted on a 25µ thick foil. The chip operates off just 0.55V, consuming 0.25µW of power... More »


New RFID labels help apparel stores at checkout

29 January 2015

Checkpoint Systems has announced new RFID labels certified by the Auburn University RFID Lab's ARC testing system. The company has also announced additions to its Counterpoint iD (CPiD) point-of-sale (POS) deactivation solutions... More »


Tipping Point for Apparel?

29 January 2015

2015 began with an announcement from Kohl's, a leading US department store chain, that it was using RFID to manage inventory of footwear, denim and men's basics across all its stores and distribution centers... More »


Reports Say: The only way is UP for A&IP

08 December 2014

The world market for the food traceability technologies will reach $11.15 billion in 2015, according to a new report by market analyst, Visiongain, who say there are several reasons why the food traceability technologies market continues to grow in North America, Europe and Asia. More »


Members include:
Axess Technologies Ltd.
HID Global
Tadbik
Tyler Packaging
Unifresh Group of Companies
BeyonDevices
University of Leuven
BioAstra Technologies
MeadWestvaco Corp.
Clondalkin Consumer
Irish Distillers
Plastics Color Corporation
Elizabeth Arden
Sadafco
Instituto de Tecnologia de Alimentos
Boveda, Inc.
Bayer Animal Health GmbH
Nordson EDI
The Dow Chemical Company
Castrol India Ltd

Partners include:
UPS
Du Pont
BASF SE
Packaging International
CSP Technologies, Inc.
Sanofi
BCM Group
Brizman Ltd.
Pd Fluted Cartons
Freshpoint
NXP
General Mills
Industry Intelligence
StoraEnso
Sonoco
Dow Performance Packaging
Marks and Spencer
Rexam
Klöckner Pentaplast GmbH & CO. KG
Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research