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Flexible Packaging:

The Future is Sustainable

TC Transcontinental Packaging and Abeilles Busy Bees are joining forces to introduce sustainable solutions to the packaging world.

Webinar Conference
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Sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow

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Trends in consumer behaviors that impact packaging

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Flexible Packaging, Life cycle assessment & Traceability

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Uniting forces for a better tomorrow, in the perspective of circular economy

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What does it mean to be sustainable in the packaging world?

Our experts will be discussing the new consumer trends shaping the industry today, one of which is about the rise of responsibility and the impact on your business. They will demystify the benefits of flexible packaging and how to create transparency in your packaging practices to increase consumer confidence in your products. Also, discover the importance of life cycle assessments and the solutions available to you in the food and beverage shrink bundling industry.

Transitioning from traditional to sustainable packaging can be quite challenging; this is why we collaborate so we can find solutions together. Let’s discuss how we can bring sustainable collaboration to life.

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Trends in consumer behaviors that impact packaging

Flexible Packaging benefits & Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)

Sustainability throughout the value chain

The benefits of flexible packaging

The importance of Life Cycle Assessments (LCA)

Communicating the sustainable attribute to the consumer

Case study: printed film vs. cardboard

Creating a circular economy for a better tomorrow

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Our Panel Experts

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Ryan Lussier

Business Development Manager,
Abeilles Busy Bees

Ryan has been a key contributor to the contract packaging industry for the past 20 years. Driven by his passion for the industry, he takes pride in providing the best contract packaging solutions possible for his clients.

As a Business Development Manager at Abeilles Busy Bees, his goals include being at the fore front of the market trends and anticipating the upcoming changes in sustainable developments and consumer demands.

In addition to his primary job functions, Ryan has been recognized by higher management for his exemplary performance and altruistic qualities.

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Charles David
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Senior Advisor, Circular Economy
TC Transcontinental

Charles David has been working in sustainability for almost 10 years and was named one of the “Top 30 Under 30 Sustainability Leaders” in Canada by Corporate Knights in 2016. He is TC Transcontinental’s Senior Advisor – Circular Economy, where he oversees the Corporation’s efforts towards creating a more circular economy for plastics. As part of his role, he interacts with different players in the value chain and ensures increased commitment and engagement from TC Transcontinental in this direction, as a leader in printing and packaging.

He is actively involved in multiple industry initiatives, including as member of the Circular Plastic Taskforce (CPT) steering committee.

Charles David has a Bachelor in Environmental Sciences from McGill University and a Master in Environmental Engineering from ETS and is often invited to share his sustainability expertise in conferences and academia.

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About
Abeilles Busy Bees

Abeilles Busy Bees celebrates over 30 years of expertise as a national leader in the Canadian contract packaging industry.

Recognized as a winner of the Growth List, as one of the Fastest growing companies in Canada by the Canadian Business Magazine.

Quality is an integral part of our culture, continuously lived through the most prestigious certifications in the food and beverage industries.

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About
TC Transcontinental

TC Transcontinental Packaging is positioned as a North American leader in flexible packaging and also operates in Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador and New Zealand.

The company has nearly 4,000 employees, the majority of whom are based in the United States.