German Packaging Institute
German Packaging Institute
We bring the right people together.
We’ve been around for 30 years now. We’re unique in that we connect people in many different industries across the entire packaging value chain – from engineering through all segments of the packaging industry, consumer goods and trade to recycling – always with the aim of initiating innovative and sustainable approaches for “good packaging”
- geobra Brandstätter Stiftung & Co. KG
- Micro-Pak BV
- FormerFab GmbH
- Ellerhold AG
- EKO-PUNKT GmbH & Co. KG
On Wednesday 13 September 2023, the industry assembled at the German Packaging Institute (dvi)’s invitation in the “Meistersaal” historic concert hall in Berlin for the presentation of the German Packaging Awards 2023. During the celebrations, the winners of the Gold Awards were also announced, where the jury further honours four particularly ground-breaking innovations from among the already successful winners: an aluminium packaging for solid care cosmetics by Aroma Elite Naturkosmetik Manufaktur, a machine for producing sustainable packaging from common paper production fibres and other natural fibres by Kiefel GmbH, a recyclable mono-PE stand-up pouch with outstanding oxygen barrier and deinking features by Siegwerk and an innovative battery packaging with storage and separation system for full and dead batteries by student Leonie Theurer from HTWK Leipzig.
The independent jury of the German Packaging Award 2023 has announced the winners of Europe’s largest showcase for packaging achievements. A total of 34 innovations from England, Germany, the Netherlands and Austria triumphed in the cross-material showcase organised by the German Packaging Institute (dvi) for the best solutions in packaging. The dvi is delighted with the high quality, diversity and range of innovations. The award ceremony will take place on 13 September 2023 in the Berlin “Meistersaal” historic concert hall. The winners of the Gold Award, which further honours particularly ground-breaking innovations from among the already successful packaging award winners, will also be announced here in an exclusive feature.
A recent study by the GVM Gesellschaft für Verpackungsmarktforschung market research company and ifeu – Institute for Energy and Environmental Research Heidelberg gGmbH, commissioned by eight industry associations, shows that the greenhouse gas emissions associated with packaging in the German market could be reduced by 94 per cent by 2045. The study predicts that packaging consumption in Germany will have peaked in 2021 and continue to decline in the future. On top of this, the use of recycled materials and recycling proportions will both increase.