This workshop offers the opportunity to initiate a dialogue among the various actors within the supply chain of the thermal paper industry on the opportunities and challenges of substitution of bisphenols.
The COMPOUNDING WORLD exhibition will be held in Essen (Germany) on 27 and 28 June 2018, bringing together international suppliers of raw materials and additives of polymers (polyolefins, PVC, engineering plastics, styrenics, TPE, etc.).
For additional information: https://www.ami.international/events/event?Code=EO47#8175
The "Packaging Innovations" meeting will be held in conjunction with the “Empack” and “Label & Print” salons in Birmingham (28/02 - 01/03/2018).
On the occasion of this salon, international manufacturers present their latest trends and innovations in printing material, sustainable packaging, materials, design, machinery, equipment...
The ENOVA salon (fair of innovation in electronics, measurement, vision and optics) will be held in Lyon from 07 to 08 February 2018. During these two days, will come together manufacturers, suppliers or wholesalers of the sectors of electronic, measurement and optic.
For additional information: http://www.enova-event.com/home-paris
Thursday, June 11, Packaging Forum will be held in Paris, this event is hosted by the LNE (French National Laboratory of Metrology and Testing). The regulatory issues around the use of Bisphenol A will be developed, particularly in relation to the application of the French law banning BPA in food packaging since 1 January 2015. The discussions will be moderated by Mr. Patrick SAUVEGRAIN (LNE) and Mr. Olivier DRAULETTE (SNFBM: French National Union of boxes manufacturers, Metal packaging and closures).
During the "Global Food Contact 2015" conference (19 - 21 May 2015 in Rome, Italy) a series of lectures will be offered on the food contact topics.The "Global Food Contact 2015" conference aims to clarify the regulatory worldwide changes concerning materials in contact with food. This event will bring together professionals from the food industry. Among other topics, the debates will address the issue of Bisphenol A.