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.
In an effort to continue to close the gender gap, Packaging Strategies spoke with a group of women in leadership roles to share their stories and discuss how we can make the industry more appealing to young women.
As our global beverage segment manager for Packaging Coatings, Robyn McMillan is surrounded by innovative technologies that make PPG one of the leading suppliers of beverage can coatings in the world.
Can makers that embrace the evolving role of their coatings supplier technical service partner will create a competitive advantage, producing cans that consumers and brands want as efficiently and sustainably as possible. Jenica Eisenbach, global technical service director, PPG Packaging Coatings dives into the evolving role of coatings technical service teams.
We’re expanding our leadership team to remain the integrated performance and sustainability partner that the can making industry trusts. Leadership team updates include: Marcio Grossmann, Benjamin Jo, Jenica Eisenbach, Anurag Raj, Katie Polk and Lauren Ward
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.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day and Imagine The Future, we spoke with Dr. Robyn McMillan, Global Beverage Segment Manager of Packaging Coatings, to learn more about her role at PPG, career journey, and advice to those considering engineering as a career option.
In this episode of 'The Metal Pack Pod,' Amy Ericson, PPG senior vice president, Packaging Coatings discusses her current role and passion for mission-driven work with PPG in its efforts to “Protect and Beautify the World.” Amy also opens up about the issues of the day including supply chain challenges, employing good people, and women in metal packaging.
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