Women of Innovation at Tetra Pak

Innovation is one of the most important driving forces in the global economy. Innovation stimulates competition and affects our very existence. It creates jobs, increases growth and mobilises factors that can help a nation to improve the competitive strength of its economy. It embraces everything from hatching an idea to reaching the marketplace with a new or improved product. We’re proud to showcase 13 women driving innovation forward to revolutionise the way we work, improve upon the way we create, and completely change our impact on the world around us.

Laurence Mott, Tetra Pak

"We’re collaborating to innovate breakthrough solutions"

We are addressing the food industry’s most pressing sustainability challenges through innovation to reduce climate impact, prevent waste and help bring about a low-carbon circular economy. Laurence Mott, our head of R&D, explains how collaborative innovation alongside our partners in academia, start-ups, suppliers and customers will enable us to deliver solutions for a sustainable tomorrow.

Laurence Mott, Tetra Pak

"We’re collaborating to innovate breakthrough solutions"

We are addressing the food industry’s most pressing sustainability challenges through innovation to reduce climate impact, prevent waste and help bring about a low-carbon circular economy. Laurence Mott, our head of R&D, explains how collaborative innovation alongside our partners in academia, start-ups, suppliers and customers will enable us to deliver solutions for a sustainable tomorrow.

Stora Enso

"We trust, we share, we learn together"

We are working towards a low-carbon circular economy, where renewable materials are recycled after use and get a new life as new products. So we are innovating alongside paper giant Stora Enso, innovating openly and sharing those outside-the-box ideas that will be needed as we rethink food packaging from the ground up. The main focus of our collaboration is improving recyclability, which will help us protect the planet and its resources.

Stora Enso

"We trust, we share, we learn together"

We are working towards a low-carbon circular economy, where renewable materials are recycled after use and get a new life as new products. So we are innovating alongside paper giant Stora Enso, innovating openly and sharing those outside-the-box ideas that will be needed as we rethink food packaging from the ground up. The main focus of our collaboration is improving recyclability, which will help us protect the planet and its resources.

Klabin

"Sharing thoughts and ideas speeds up innovation"

The scale of the sustainability challenges the planet is facing is uniting the packaging industry in a search for innovative solutions. We are working together with Brazilian packaging producer Klabin on new products and process that address climate emissions, the use of non-renewable materials and the recyclability of packaging. By leveraging each other’s expertise and co-creating openly, we are developing the sustainable solutions of tomorrow.

Klabin

"Sharing thoughts and ideas speeds up innovation"

The scale of the sustainability challenges the planet is facing is uniting the packaging industry in a search for innovative solutions. We are working together with Brazilian packaging producer Klabin on new products and process that address climate emissions, the use of non-renewable materials and the recyclability of packaging. By leveraging each other’s expertise and co-creating openly, we are developing the sustainable solutions of tomorrow.

BillerudKorsnäs

"The vision is 100% fibre-based packaging"

Reducing climate impact requires replacing fossil-based materials with alternatives from renewable sources. So Tetra Pak and paperboard supplier BillerudKorsnäs have joined forces in a range of projects, including pioneering advanced research that aims to develop innovative new materials sourced from Swedish forests. It’s part of our broader efforts to create a more sustainable future for the packaging industry.

BillerudKorsnäs

"The vision is 100% fibre-based packaging"

Reducing climate impact requires replacing fossil-based materials with alternatives from renewable sources. So Tetra Pak and paperboard supplier BillerudKorsnäs have joined forces in a range of projects, including pioneering advanced research that aims to develop innovative new materials sourced from Swedish forests. It’s part of our broader efforts to create a more sustainable future for the packaging industry.

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