Next workshop is held on October 17 at Nofima in Ås 10:00 – 15:30
Sustainability as competitive advantage
Ingrid Kylstad, COO at KatapultOcean
The packaging of the future – how can we replace plastics to become more sustainable?
Birgit Liodden, Founder of The Ocean Opportunity Lab
LCA-analysis in the packaging value chain – how do we obtain a better and broader basis for life cycle analysis?
Guri Krigsvoll, Associate professor, NTNU
Boosting the cluster cooperation – Norwegian Innovation Clusters, projects and future development
Tom Egil Klausen, Bama Industri and Jørgen Ingeberg, cluser manager for SmartPack 2030 business cluster
Reporting from work groups and ongoing projects
Ruth Nilsen, Glomma Papp and Thomas Eie, Bama Industri
Full day cluster workshop was held on Tuesday May 7 at SINTEF, Oslo Science Park
SINTEF presented their research capacities related to packaging and distribution. The founders of Zoopit AS presented their technology for a faster and more secure distribution of groceries and vegetables – last mile distribution. The founder of the startup B’ZEOS AS showed how he intends to replace single use plastic with a natural polymer based on marine plants. ACT-Group offered insight into tracking and logging temperature in the packaging chain.
Our meetings are open to all member companies, partners and affiliates. Please contact our project manager jorgen(at)emballasjeforeningen.no for more details in English.
We schedule two main seminars annually and four full day workshops open to all members and partners. In addition, we have autonomous innovation groups assembling at intervals according to their own schedules. The innovation groups work with specific projects within packaging, raw materials, technology and food waste, to mention some areas, all based on our main topic: making packaging and distribution more sustainable.
Here are some previous workshop topics:
Our latest cluster meeting was held at ROAF – Romerike Avfallsforedling on February 26, 2019.
In the afternoon we proceeded to visit the new Moltzau plant for cardboard packaging.
Sustainable finance : Thina Margrethe Saltvedt, Nordea Markets
Introduction to circular economy:/Cathrine Barth, Circular Norway
Circular economy in the real world: Hanne Wetland, Netlife Bergen
Exilva – cellulose fiber-based natural oxygen barriers
Coating technology – processes for barriers made from renewable resources
Plastics based on renewable resources
Project based cooperation in a cluster environment
Designing packaging for recycling: how can the design process make packaging more recyclable and sustainable?
Speed-dating: making your ideas and products betetr known to cluster members
Digitalization: collecting, processing and sharing data to increase productivity in the innovation processes
Planning for innovation
AI – Artificial Intelligence – the hows and the whats
Projects and financing through Horizon 20/20
Working in clusters – introduction to cooperation and sharing
IoT – Internet of Things – digital maturity – visibility