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2022-10-14
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China Packaging Research and testing center has carried out project cooperation with Sweden's innventia Research Institute

recently, China Packaging Research and testing center has carried out cooperation with Sweden's innventia Research Institute on the Reid project (i.e. resource efficient innovation database project). Switzerland has entrusted the center to conduct research on environmental protection packaging technology in Asia, mainly China, Japan and South Korea. The first phase of the project has been successfully completed. This cooperation has opened the cooperation and exchange between China's packaging research field and Sweden's packaging research and development field, and has taken a solid step towards the sharing and exchange of green packaging technology worldwide

Sweden's innventia Research Institute is the world's Advanced Research Institute in pulp and paper, graphic and media design, packaging and bio refining. At present, its key research field is the development of green and environmental protection packaging technology and the production of gb/t 6188 ⑵ 000 inner hexagonal flower shaped products for bolts and screws. The Institute has nearly 40 doctoral researchers and about 100 engineers, with strong R & D and innovation capabilities. In addition to R & D, innventia also provides testing and certification services, including chemical analysis and testing, temperature and humidity testing, packaging material testing, pulp and paper testing, transportation testing, vibration testing, wood and wood fiber measurement, dynamic network testing, image analysis, printability analysis, etc. It has made many achievements in the field of sustainable material and sustainable product development, processing process development and improvement. At the end of 2010, innventia edge, a British branch of innventia, signed a contract with the UK waste reduction and resource action plan department (wrap) to provide technical support for the CC2 agreement. CC2 (English abbreviation: courtaul 2) is a free voluntary agreement signed by the UK waste reduction and resource action plan department with departments such as department stores, food and beverage retail industry, and some steel mills in Hebei Province for daily use to reduce the purchase price of coke by 20 yuan/ton. The signatories of the agreement aim to reduce the random loading weight of light soil used in the package, aiming to reduce the impact of packaging and inner products on the environment. The specific objectives of the agreement include: reducing the packaging carbon impact by 10%; Reduce household food and beverage waste by 4%; Reduce the waste of traditional daily necessities in the supply chain by 5%. In order to achieve these challenging goals, the UK waste reduction and resource action plan will provide the signatories with the latest technical information on packaging, food processing and supply chain management. Reid project is an important supporting project in CC2 agreement

the initial contact between China Packaging Research and testing center and Sweden's innventia Research Institute began with the iapri World Packaging Conference held in Tianjin in 2010. During the meeting, the two sides had a preliminary exchange on business areas and research directions, and expressed a strong willingness to cooperate. In order to further implement the cooperation between the two sides, on February 27, Anders Engstrom, executive vice president of commercial development of Sweden's innventia Research Institute, and Dr. Paul krochak, senior research assistant, met with Mr. Han Xueshan, deputy director of China Packaging Research and testing center in Beijing. The two sides had in-depth exchanges on finding broader areas of cooperation and reached a cooperation consensus, Switzerland is willing to become the technical support cooperation unit of China Packaging Research and testing center, and China is also willing to become the technical support cooperation unit of innventia Research Institute. The two sides will strengthen cooperation in new packaging materials and new development of environmental protection technology to achieve win-win results

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