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August 14, 2015 Olli Haaranoja
Evolving along with trends and techniques

There are many different aspects to be considered when producing wallpaper bases for manufacturers as well as finished wallpaper products for consumers. Olli Haaranoja, Vice President for the Kyro Wallpaper business unit, shares some views.
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June 29, 2015 Minna Kantsila
Packed with sustainability

Minna Kantsila, Product Manager for Metsä Board shares some views on the positive effects of using fresh forest fibres in paperboard packaging that contribute to its choice as a sustainable material.
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May 13, 2015 Christophe Baudry
The manifold meanings of luxury

The appeal of luxury products goes beyond the objects themselves. Perception is crucial and at the centre of that: packaging.
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March 04, 2015 Lauri Järvinen
Digital printing shaped by global trends

The growing demand for adapted and personalized packages has resulted in the expansion of the use of digital printing methods. Lauri Järvinen, Technical Marketing Manager, tells about the trends behind the rise of customization.
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February 03, 2015 Nina Happonen
Caring for confectionery

Premium delicacies, smaller and lighter packages, demanding consumers. What are the drivers affecting confectionery packaging now and in the future? Nina Happonen, Vice President, Technical Marketing, shares some views.
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October 14, 2014 Nina Happonen
Positive progress of mineral oils ordinance

Will the German mineral oil legislation affect fresh fibre paperboards? Nina Happonen, Commercial Director, Food and Beverages, shares its progress.
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August 18, 2014 Christer Brück
Upmarket ‘bag in the box’ wines need boxes to match

There’s no doubt the popularity of bag in the box wines is rising, but is the box itself adapting too? Christer Brück, Sales Director, Linerboard and Paper, describes how paperboards meet the needs of this expanding market.
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April 15, 2014 Nina Happonen
A safer future for food on the go

Hygiene and cleanliness have long been a priority in the preparation of fast food, especially as we eat much of it with our fingers. But as the food-on-the-go trend expands in response to our busy lifestyles, can we be sure its packaging passes the safety test as well?
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March 11, 2014 Pirita Suortamo
Indirect migration of mineral oil into food – is it really a threat?

The direct migration of harmful mineral oils into food from recycled fibre packaging has been established. But what about the risk of indirect migration? A recent study shows that concerns may have no foundation.
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January 27, 2014 Outi Aho
Learn to stop worrying and start forecasting

With all the uncertainty, can you possibly make a demand forecast to ensure board availability? You can – and, frankly, you should. The future is bright as long as you have delivery options for any kind of situation that might arise.
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January 27, 2014 Lauri Järvinen
Lose weight, gain strength, think fit

Lighter weight cartons are important to consumers, resellers, producers and carton converters. When cartonboard stiffness is high, it is possible to produce a solid, straight carton using a lighter grammage.
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|Updated: 27/01/2014