Date: Thursday 27th June 2024
Time: 15:00 CEST • 14:00 BST

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As the lightweighting trend continues to play out globally, premium brands are increasingly opting for small diameter neck finishes and closures once commonly associated with budget brands. Innovative caps and closures at the forefront of this trend have fostered a tooling evolution that enables adaptable, cost-effective manufacturing of lightweight designs. Find out more about why global beverage brands are switching closures, specific design best practices, and the significant merits of a mono material package solution. 

Join our webinar on 27th June to find out how these production changes can enable you to reach your sustainability goals and drive business growth.  




Learning Objectives:

  1. The trend toward lightweight beverage closure designs
  2. The advantages of lightweight and tethered closures  
  3. Why beverage brands are implementing tethered solutions even in the absence of mandates 
  4. Tooling design best practices to mold today’s ultra lightweight closure designs 
  5. The merits of a mono material package solution 

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Albert Mitjans

Product Manager, Closures Applications - Husky Technologies™

Albert Mitjans is Product Manager at Husky Technologies™ responsible for maintaining and growing the caps and closures portfolio and is actively linked on new developments mainly focused on sustainability. Albert joined Husky in 2014 and has evolved from the development design area to the closures application team and now to his current position. Albert has a Bachelor’s degree in Technical Industrial Engineering in Industrial Chemistry from Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona (Spain).


Elisabeth Skoda

Editor at Large, Packaging Europe

Coming from a background of translation and online news editing, Elisabeth has been with Packaging Europe since 2006, and in this time has developed a broad understanding of the packaging industry and an appreciation of the numerous innovations and developments that have come up over the years.