Amcor CEO addresses need for ‘industry-changing innovation’ – spanning printing inks, coatings and allied industries

Amcor participated with donors, industry leaders and Michigan State University faculty in the university’s groundbreaking school of packaging modernization event. Amcor partners with MSU and invests $10 million in the packaging program, including the creation of a professorship with packaging sustainability.

“Our collaboration provides the opportunity to support some of the brightest minds and future talent to help spark breakthrough innovations in the industry. Amcor is investing in growing, training and educating MSU’s people through these facilities. world-class, so that together we can establish a legacy of industry leaders and innovation for generations to come,” Amcor CEO Ron Delia said in a statement to dress the crowd.

“Amcor is incredibly proud to be a partner of MSU. For over 160 years, we have understood and valued the importance of collaboration and investing in the future. This joint effort will allow us to innovate and challenge each other while raising the bar of excellence.

Investing in MSU is one of the many ways Amcor is actively advancing responsible packaging and award-winning innovation. Earlier this month, Amcor Lift-Off was announced: an open call initiative to support early-stage start-ups that focus on innovative packaging solutions and related technologies. In addition, Amcor is expanding its global innovation network and US plant capabilities to China and Belgium.


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