Join DS Smith Pharma at Pharmapack 2020 and learn how sustainability is possible in pharma

DS Smith is participating at the Pharmapack exhibition in Paris, the main event in Europe for the pharmaceutical and medical devices packaging sector.
Our packaging experts will welcome you at the stand E50 on 5-6 February 2020 at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles - Hall 7.2.

We see that sustainability has become a trending topic worldwide in 2019 and the pharmaceutical world is no exception. Despite challenges such as the strict hygiene and safety regulations governing the pharmaceutical and medical packaging trade, more and more companies look for solutions to decrease their environmental impact.

At DS Smith, we achieved 100% chain-of-custody certification in our fibre sourcing. 97% or our packaging comes from recycled or chain of custody certified papers. In 2019 DS Smith officially announced the partnership with Ellen MacArthur Foundation. It will accelerate the company’s circular economy drive and support innovation in our business model based on 3 core divisions – Paper, Packaging and Recycling.


Join us for a presentation with DS Smith sustainability and pharma packaging experts to see how DS Smith can help you achieve your sustainability goals such as reductions in carbon footprint, waste, plastic replacement and recycling.

When: 5 February at 2pm

Where: DS Smith stand E50 in Hall 7.2

Register for the Sustainability in pharma presentation on 5 February, 2 pm, stand E50


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Meet our pharma and medical device packaging strategists and discover what we offer in pharmaceutical solutions and services in Europe, USA and China, in areas such as complexity management, safety, ergonomics, optimization, sustainability and brand value.

Above all else, packaging must be redefined in the face of global sustainability challenges. From recyclability, to climate change, to pressures on water sources, packaging must play a role in facilitating a more circular global economy.

— Miles Roberts, Group Chief Executive, DS Smith

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