The need for packaging is growing worldwide. And so is the need to have renewable products, which is why innovative solutions and the right kind of materials factor in making environmentally sound packaging.
By 2030, the focus of the global consumer marketplace will have shifted to Asia and the middle class of its growing cities. Products and services will become digital, but demand will also grow in another rising segment: renewable biomaterials.
Ever since I started my role as Stakeholders Relations Trainee at UPM I have been thrilled about what is there to learn, not uniquely about the company but about the synergy between its operations and the environment, both social and natural.
Paper manufacturers and chemical providers are together building an Internet-based platform The Pulp and Paper Value Chain Information System that fosters the exchange of chemical information in the value chain.
The threat of infections and ‘super bugs’ have health-care facilities looking for ways and means to control infections while rationalizing costs. Environmentally sound pulp-based materials are helping them do just that.