Dow will showcase its expanded portfolio of packaging technologies, solutions, and services at Interpack 2020 (Düsseldorf, 7 to 13 May) as it invites industry to explore solutions for the circular economy.
Exhibiting at stand 09-01 in the outside area (OA) of Hall 9, Dow will present solutions to help industry transition to a circular economy, support the value chain in achieving sustainability goals, enable greater collaboration, and accelerate the delivery of innovations to the market.
Dow will present more than 40 prototypes, enabled by Pack Studios, showcasing how design for recyclability is becoming a reality for a variety of applications including:
• Food and specialty packaging to deliver superior product protection and packaging performance using PE-based structures and renewable feedstocks.
• Industrial and consumer packaging for optimal collation shrink and stretch wrap.
• Cosmetics packaging using recycled contents and labelling solutions for the packaging market.
Dow will also exhibit solutions for lighter, higher performing, and design for recyclability meat packaging as it continues to address the need to achieve circularity in food packaging while enabling superior food preservation. With collaboration being a crucial part of the drive to achieve industry sustainability goals, Dow has expanded and enhanced its innovation-centered Pack Studios collaborative network. At Interpack, Dow will introduce new Pack Studios capabilities including a blown-film production center, a center of excellence dedicated to load stability solutions for safer handling and transportation, and the latest developments in digital collaboration to help industry assess packaging performance in real time. Joint efforts by Dow and packaging partners will be demonstrated live at Interpack 2020 with preferred original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) running Dow’s new PE-based packaging materials on their machines. Select converters will also showcase a range of prototypes enabled by Dow technologies from design for recyclability to bio-based PE, and lighter materials.