The Luxe Pack in green awards showcase the best packaging innovations and solutions regarding sustainable development, along with initiatives demonstrating the commitment to sustainable development of the manufacturers exhibiting at Luxe Pack Monaco.
After studying numerous exhibitors’ files, the jury  selected the following nominees from the 2 categories:
Category 1 - Eco-conceived Packaging :
- Starcke Woodcan, Woodcan Luxury Eco Packaging
- Sulapac, Eco Premium Packaging
- TPG Packaging, Bagasse
- James Cropper, Colourform
- Groupe Pochet, Epure
- Paptic, Paptic
Category 2 - Responsible Initiative
- Lessonia, Protection Océans/Valorisation CO-PDTS
- Seaman Paper, Démarche RSE
- Science et Nature, Démarche Responsable d’Entreprise
- Groupe Pochet, Démarche ESE/Objectif 2023
- James Cropper, Burneside Community Energy
The Luxe Pack in green prize-giving ceremony will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017, under the High Patronage of H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco. The trophies have been created and produced by Tech Design.
Sustainable development: strong theme of Luxe Pack Monaco
With the exceptional intervention of Laurent Boillot, Chairman and CEO of Guerlain, Luxe Pack Monaco positions sustainable development as a strong theme of the fair.
Mr. Boillot will talk about his commitment to sustainable development for the company he has been running for 10 years. He will come back on a project at the heart of the company’s strategy, its achievements, innovations and ambitions of a brand that early placed social and environmental responsibility at the centre of its creations.
Another highlight on this theme is the round table on “Luxury and Sustainable Development 10 years after- After the first intentions, the acts!”
Surrounded by experts and different luxury groups’ sustainable development directors, Cécile Lochard, CEO Citizen Luxury wishes to reflect the changes being wrought for some time now in the luxury sector by pioneering companies, offering a positive and forward-looking vision of the challenges faced and which are yet to be faced.