Design, sustainable development and French know-how
Save the date! The Premier aerosol event is back to celebrate its 13th anniversary.
We attended the previous edition, we are definitely attending the next one that will once again be held at the Parc des Expositions, Porte de Versailles, in Paris (Pavillon 7.2) on 30 and 31 January 2019.
Constantly expanding since the 1st edition, the show has become nowadays - and is known as such - the N°1 global packaging event for the aerosol industry. That is the “rendez-vous” of the beginning of the year not to be missed as it will bring together all the professionals, suppliers, leaders, key players of all the aerosol, dispensing, perfume and cosmetic packaging communities.
Even lighter steel for greener business
Promoting ArcelorMittal steel solutions for lighter and greener aerosols, Pascal Amelot, Commercial Director of the Packaging segment at ArcelorMittal Europe is sheduled on Wednesday 30 from 3:45 to 4:00 at the "eco-design and sustainable developments" session. He will present our latest steel grades development for aerosol applications that allow even further light-weighting and higher environmental performance.
French "savoir-faire" and eco-conception in the spotlight!
Always trying to provide top-level offer and unique experience to visitors, the upcoming edition will present two very interesting new features:
The « Made in France » pathway that allows visitor to identify and personally meet French companies promoting French know-how in the form of guided tours for visitor.
The Eco-Tours, which are also guided tours, will highlight environmentally responsible solutions for reinventing packaging in a more sustainable way.
Mark this event right away in your calendar!
To find more about ADF 2019 and how to register, click here!
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Nature's choice, steel for packaging
In this article, Anne-Laure Hettinger, Head of Sustainability, ArcelorMittal Global R&D presents a Sustainable Innovation (SI) tool used to analyse potential new products for their contribution to sustainable development, and shows once again that steel for packaging is really a model material for the circular economy.
The full article here