Coatings innovation plays a critical role in circularity and preparing for the packaging future.
Robyn McMillan, Global Beverage Segment Manager for Packaging Coatings, brings a unique perspective to the packaging coatings business. Joining PPG in 1988 and working as a polymer research chemist for the first half of her career, McMillan brings that scientific expertise to her current role, where she is responsible for growth, strategic planning, and brand owner outreach for the global beverage coatings segment.
Robyn McMillan, global beverage segment manager at PPG Packaging Coatings, explains why industry collaboration and coatings innovation are key to metal packaging trends
The beverage industry’s sustainability shift to metal packaging is made better by coatings innovation, writes Anurag Raj, PPG customer sustainability business partner, Packaging Coatings.
PPG announced PPG INNOVEL® PRO, an enhanced internal spray coating that uses no bisphenol-A (BPA) or bisphenol starting substances and provides more robust application properties for the infinitely recyclable aluminum beverage can.
Amy Ericson, senior vice president packaging coatings, highlights PPG Innovel® PRO's recent optimization for canline operational efficiency; C2C Material Health Certificate at the Platinum level; and reliability resulting from a decade as industry leaders in food contact coatings that don't rely on bisphenol starting substances.
The public is getting serious about the negative environmental impacts of plastic waste. In the latest Coatings World, Dr. Robyn McMillan, Global Segment Manager, PPG Packaging Coatings, discusses the importance of sustainable alternatives in packaging.
Increasingly, regulatory bodies around the world are legislating bisphenols out of food-contact can coatings. But not all "non-BPA" coatings are created equal. Packaging Coatings global beverage segment leader weighs the current "non-BPA" offerings on the market, including our industry-leading PPG Innovel® acrylic-based coatings.