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The paper segment of the global containers and packaging
market is the most lucrative, boasting a 40% market share of revenue. From
Fortune 500 brands to emerging startups, paperboard is a top-used packaging
substrate. It's no wonder because paperboard has amazing graphics and printing
capabilities, a high degree of sustainability, and enhanced usability. As a
packaging designer, marketer, converter, or supply chain manager it is
beneficial to understand the ins and outs of paperboard in order to produce the
best carton possible. This eLearning course will focus on helping you
understand the foundations of paperboard packaging from sourcing raw materials
to the finished good. This understanding will serve as an important context for
your future advancement, on your own and in your company.
Learning Objectives: Understand the Ins and outs of Paperboard in order to produce the best cartons possible.
1. Overview the paperboard industry from its evolution to the potential of the various packaging types today.
2. Understand the complete manufacturing process of converting raw materials to a substrate with coatings and treatments.
3. Identify paperboard grades and their specific attributes and applications.
4. Evaluate the various properties of paperboard and how they contribute to a structure that passes testing standards and sustainability guidelines.
5. Find inspiration for selecting paperboard styles designed, printed and finished with maximum consumer appeal.
6. Work with suppliers to bring to life the paperboard carton you envision.
Who should attend: Designers, Sales, Customer Service, and Production Employees who have a responsibility for producing and understanding Paperboard Carton Packaging,
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