FPA is pleased to announce that the inaugural edition of its new magazine, FlexPack VOICE™, was released in May 2020. FPA is partnering with the YGS Group for the development and distribution of the publication.
The magazine includes FPA news specific to the association; industry news that focuses on the industry, including the supply chain, at large; as well as showcase member achievements in sustainable flexible packaging and technical innovations that address product protection, e-commerce, food waste, and medical safety.
Five feature sections anchor the issues: “Advocacy Corner,” describes FPA ‘s advocacy efforts and what it is doing to be heard at the Federal and state levels to forward the interests of members; “FlexAppeal™,” which highlights the benefits of flexible packaging; “FlexForward™,” which focuses on industry breakthroughs and trends; “FlexFocus™,” which features FPA members’ specific achievements in flexible packaging; and “Above & Beyond,” that features members work in their communities and their awards.
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The September/October issue discusses how the flexible packaging industry has fared through the pandemic and features how sales tactics have adapted to customers’ changing needs; finding out how safety compares to sustainability in terms of customer priorities; and discovering how flexible packaging companies are using social media to support their brands.
The July/August issue brings a feature on changing priorities and how industry leaders are changing their focus; finding talent and how companies are stepping up recruitment and retention; and an overview of FPA's new report on e-commerce solutions.
The inaugural issue brings you highlights from the Association’s annual awards showcase, insights from a Glenroy life cycle assessment report, and a feature about Project STOP: aiming to stop plastics from flowing into oceans.