AIPIA is a Public Private Partnership and offers various services and projects regarding the implementation, legislation and standardization of active & intelligent packaging technologies. In order to represent the interests of AIPIA's members and partners in the best possible way, we closely work together with governments, universities, NGO's and other professional (trade)organisations.
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Services / Events AIP
AIPIA Conference at Propak Shanghai
ProPak China, now owned and organised by UBM, is the most well established Packaging technology event in PRC, with a history of success stretching back over 20 years. Starting as a major platform for western technologies, it now provides the most comprehensive snapshot of current packaging trends for Chinese food, pharma and beverage manufacturers from leading Chinese, European, America, Japanese and other Asian technology providers.
European Food Safety Agency about Active Packaging
In August 2009, EFSA published guidelines on the submission of dossiers for the safety assessment of active and intelligent substances used in food packaging. The guidelines specify for industry which aspects EFSA takes into account when assessing the safety of these substances and the types of data needed to conduct the assessments. The evaluations also consider the possible influence of manufacturing processes and the intended uses of the specific substance.
Advertise with AIPIA
With its wide editorial lens on new packaging technologies, AIPIA is not just a upcoming no-nonsense association and website, but a media brand that documents and promotes innovation, leadership, technologies and developments in packaging for Food, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic supply chains...
EU Regulation on Food Contact Materials
AIPIA maintains contacts with the European Commission in Brussels on behalf of our members who make or use materials and substances which come into contact with food.
Connected Packaging - Labels and the Internet of Things: Offer to AIPIA Members
Vandagraf International has produced a new report covering Connected Packaging – Labels and the Internet of Things. This techno-economic report is co-authored by James Bevan, a chartered engineer with over 35 years of experience in the packaging sector and branded products and Brian Weeks, a specialist in electronic devices such as NFC, RFID and printed electronics...