ANTALIS AT LONDON PACKAGING WEEK

Antalis (stand C30) will be bringing packaging inspiration to the event, which takes place at Olympia, London on 21st and 22nd September, by welcoming visitors to a stand that will showcase the latest media trends, capabilities and sustainable packaging solutions.

The stand will demonstrate Antalis’ extensive selection of unparalleled products, including primary, secondary and tertiary packaging, providing solutions for all applications.

Their wide portfolio of creative papers and graphical boards includes leading brands such as Keaykolour, Olin and Eska Black; products perfectly suited for luxury packaging in sectors such as fashion, cosmetics and drinks markets. Further innovative and sustainable ranges to be displayed on Antalis’ stand include Performa Light CarbonZero™ – the first carbon neutral cartonboard in the market – and the tactile Curious Collection of papers, which offers a multitude of finishes and colours for impactful effect.

Supported by a comprehensive in-house design support service for e-commerce packaging, Antalis’ unique offering provides solutions for every layer of the ‘unboxing’ experience.

Antalis will take this opportunity to highlight carbon offsetting in action – working alongside leading schemes to ensure that carbon credits fund the best projects both in the UK and worldwide. Materials purchased across the entire Antalis portfolio can be carbon offset, with some ranges, such as the entire creative papers portfolio, supplied fully carbon balanced by Antalis as standard.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to see the winning concepts of a collaborative ‘Luxury Drinks Packaging’ student competition initiated by Antalis and Brief Cases. Gold winners Bethany Hansford with concept brand ‘Smith Sutton’, and Isabella Atkinson with concept brand ‘Tinbeerwah’ – of Norwich University of the Arts – will be joining Antalis at the show on 22nd September.

Steve Chappell, Graphical Board Development Manager at Antalis, comments: “Antalis offers a wide portfolio of quality materials well suited for the production of all types of packaging. We’re experienced in working with brand owners and designers to specify the best suited products for luxury packaging across various markets. Our focus is to help brands enhance their identity and maximise shelf appeal to increase ROI, whilst balancing environmental impact and material costs.”

For more information, please visit www.antalis.co.uk or contact Antalis

Written by Dominy Jones

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