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March 1, 2013

Plastic Closure Innovations 2013

Plasticclosures 

Conference Dates: April 23-25, 2013
Location: Maritim Hotel, Cologne, Germany 
Presentation date and time: April 24, 2013; 09.40-10.10 GMT 

The conference focuses on improved functionality and added value solutions in the non-beverage segment, though not exclusively. Nonbeverage applications account for 60% of polymer demand, with toiletries and cosmetics being the main application. On the other hand, beverage closures dominate the market demand in units and the market advancements are synonymous with improved production efficiency and cost savings.

Join Euromonitor’s Senior Packaging Analyst Regina Maiseviciute as she presents "Identifying growth opportunities for plastic closures in beauty & home care". In her presentation, Regina will present the current view of closures usage within the beauty and home care industries, discussing trends and developments. The presentation will further discuss growth opportunities for beauty and home care closures. 

Visit Plastic Closure Innovations 2013's event website for more information.

 


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