Blog Posts by Category: Eco-Innovation
12.12.2018 |
Terapkan Prinsip Industri Hijau, APP Sinar Mas Kembali Raih Penghargaan dari KEMENPERIN
Dua unit industri Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas meraih Penghargaan Industri Hijau 2018 dari Kementerian Perindustrian (KEMENPERIN) atas keberhasilannya menjalankan praktik-praktik terbaik keberlanjutan selama ini. 
10.12.2018 |
Pemangku Kepentingan Harus Bahu-membahu untuk Capai Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas berhasil meraih penghargaan kategori perunggu pada ajang Asia Sustainability Reporting (ASR) Rating 2018 di Lampung. Melalui penghargaan tersebut, National Center for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR) selaku penyelenggara mengapresiasi komitmen APP Sinar Mas sebagai salah satu perusahaan yang terdepan dan...
08.12.2018 |
Raih ASR Rating 2018, APP Sinar Mas Tunjukkan Konsistensi Penerapan Standar Pelaporan Keberlanjutan Global
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas berhasil meraih penghargaan kategori perunggu pada ajang Asia Sustainability Reporting (ASR) Rating 2018 di Lampung. Melalui penghargaan tersebut, National Center for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR) selaku penyelenggara mengapresiasi komitmen APP Sinar Mas sebagai salah satu perusahaan yang terdepan dan...
30.11.2018 |
Canadians are willing to pay more for sustainable packaging
Today, the Business Intelligence Group named Asia Pulp & Paper’s (APP) Foopak Bio Natura suite of food packaging products “Sustainability Product of the Year” in the 2018 Sustainability Awards program. The Sustainability Awards honor those The latest sustainability study from Asia Pulp and Paper found a growing number of Canadians are willing...
31.10.2018 |
Luxury brands risk losing out if they ignore sustainability challenge
Luxury brands risk losing out if they ignore sustainability challenge Research reveals that 78% of consumers across the UK, France and Italy would pay a premium for luxury packaging produced in a sustainable way However, 26% of consumers admit that they do not know how to find out if a brand is sustainable 21% of consumers have decided not to...
31.10.2018 |
Las marcas de lujo se arriesgan a perder negocio si ignoran el reto de la sostenibilidad
Las marcas de lujo se arriesgan a perder negocio si ignoran el reto de la sostenibilidad Una investigación revela que el 78% de los consumidores de Reino Unido, Francia e Italia estaría dispuesto a pagar un plus por productos cuyo packaging fuera producido de manera sostenible Sin embargo, el 26% de los consumidores admite que no sabe cómo...
30.10.2018 |
Moyo Frozen Yogurt Unveils Compostable Packaging Partnership with Paptech and Asia Pulp & Paper
Jakarta, 30 October 2018 – Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) announced today that Moyo Frozen Yogurt, the leading frozen dairy dessert provider in Mexico and Latin America, will revitalize its packaging strategies with foopaktm Bio Natura compostable paperboard. Moyo Frozen Yogurt will source its sustainable packaging, including cups and paper goods to...
10.10.2018 |
Restaurant Patrons Willing to Pay More for Sustainable Packaging, Says New Asia Pulp & Paper Survey
Customers of fast-casual restaurants increasingly value corporate sustainability practicesaccording to a new study released by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), the 2018 Paper & Packaging Consumer Trends Report.
02.10.2018 |
Boosting Sustainability and Your Bottom Line with Folding Boxboard
By Ian Lifshitz Folding boxboard (FBB) innovation is changing the global standard. As this on-the-rise packaging technology continues to become more prevalent globally and in the North American market, printers must be aware of both why the market is on the up and up, and how they can best adapt to this technology to give their package printing...
02.10.2018 |
Ending deforestation: A collective effort
By: Ian Lifshitz This article was sponsored by Asia Pulp & Paper. As of March 2017, 447 companies had made 760 commitments to curb forest destruction in supply chains ranging from palm oil, soy, timber, pulp and cattle. At the same time, the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement saw 80 percent of the 196 signatories committed to halting deforestation...

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