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Pac To The Future II, “Retail Reinvented” is a two-day event taking place September 26 and 27. Projected into 2025, you will be presented the best packing practices that will most likely be adopted in the future.
Participants will have the chance to learn from, be inspired by, and connect with leaders in the field.
Consumer expectations have put more pressure on retailers and goods and services suppliers, particularly in the food sector. What impact will these expectations have on your brand image, your logistics, your digital strategy vs. in-store experience, deliveries, packaging and more? How will your company adapt and seize any new opportunities?
If you care about profitable business strategies, protecting your brand image and becoming more competitive, Pac To The Future II is definitely the best way to get inspired!
For the occasion, Cartier is offering you a promotional code for “member” pricing. Hurry, this code will only be offered to the first 20 people who contact us!
Pac To The Future II ‘’Retail Reinvented’’
26–27 September 2018
Hôtel Omni Mont Royal, Montréal, Québec
30 speakers | 25 presentations | 15 exhibiters
For more information about the speakers, or to register for the event, click here.
Each level of packaging serves a specific purpose. It’s important to be able to distinguish among the three levels, because each is intended for different packaging scenarios.
Are you curious to learn more about how CARTIER goes about optimizing packaging processes? You’re invited to come tour our facilities, explore real case studies and take part in an optimization workshop. Mark your calendars for this must-attend event taking place this coming September 18!
Categories: Laboratory, Testimonials
L’entreprise faisait face à un sérieux écueil lors de l’expédition : un emballage inadéquat entraînait trop de bris. Avec la collaboration des experts Laboratoire de CARTIER, une solution a été développé pour optimiser l’emballage pour mieux protéger les produits tout en contrôlant l’utilisation de ressources.