Lux-X has taken part in the conference «Packaging industry. Current development trends»


Food packaging is an essential element to protect food from spoilage. It must meet the requirements of safety, compatibility, environmental friendliness and reliability. Packaging preserves the quality, consumer properties of products and reduces losses during transportation and storage.

Materials used in the packaging production should not affect the product itself, giving the food abnormal smell, flavour or color. They should not evolve substances, exceeding the permissible migration levels, as well as compounds that can cause carcinogenic, mutagenic and other effects to the food product in contact with them.

Consolidated cooperation of food producers, packers and suppliers of consumables, in particular packaging adhesive, is very important. Adhesive for packaging food should not only be safe for human health, but should not exceed the permissible level of chemicals migration.

These and other problems were discussed on September 18-19, 2018 at the Scientific and Practical Conference «Packaging industry. Current development trends». The conference was organized by the Information and Analytical Center «Upakovka» in Odessa, where gathered more than 70 specialists from 44 companies.

In their speeches, the contributors focused on specific technical solutions, the use of which in the production of packaging materials will preserve consumer characteristics of food products and extend their operation. At the conference, some reports on the development of the packaging industry in Ukraine were made: Food Products as an Object for Packaging and the Development of Packaging from Glass and Cardboard.

The purpose of participation of SPE «LUX-X» (LLC) in the conference was to discuss the development and implementation of innovative technologies for adhesive systems in packaging, ways to sell products efficiently, to exchange of views with participants and establish business contacts.

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