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Event Overview


Flexible packaging ensures great food preservation and safety, allows the most packaging weight reduction and permits attractive content information and promotion. These key functionalities are possible by the association of various web layers which have the drawback of limited recyclability. Recycling multi-layer packaging therefore represents a challenge which currently mobilizes the whole industry, and adhesives play a central role in this question.

During this webinar, you will discover how to select the right PU adhesives – solvent-based or solvent-free – for your applications, and learn about Bostik’s ongoing actions to increase the recyclability of flexible packaging while guaranteeing performance and total food safety.

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Learning Objectives

  • How to select the optimal PU lamination adhesive for your application
  • Learn how to assess the recyclability of your flexible packaging
  • Discover how to cooperate within the flexible packaging value chain on development projects for circular economy

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Meet your Speakers and Host


Wladimir Moraes
Global Market Manager - Flexible Packaging - Bostik

With 30 years of experience in B2B in a wide variety of industries related to plastics, bioplastics and renewable chemicals as well as a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural background, Wladimir Moraes focus on creating value in the packaging industry through innovation and partnership.

Cyrille Billouard
EMEA Market Manager - Flexible Packaging - Bostik

With over 15 years of experience in flexible packaging, Cyrille Billouard has an extensive market and product knowledge. His multiple experiences across extrusion and lamination technologies as Packaging Development Manager, Key Account Manager and today Market Manager, allow him to have a comprehensive understanding of today’s main challenges for the future of flexible packaging

Elisabeth Skoda (Host)
Editor - 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. As editor of Packaging Europe’s new magazine Touchpoints, she has a keen interest in packaging functionality and the consumer experience.