Germany's leading strategy + innovation partner for packaging

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The Berndt+Partner Group

The Berlin-based Berndt+Partner Group is Germany’s leading strategy and innovation partner for the packaging market, serving both the packaging industry and brand owners with world-class design and management expertise.

Regardless of where in the packaging value chain you are, we will accompany you in mastering disruptive changes, such as digital transformation and the circular economy, exploiting potential growth opportunities.

We open up pragmatic, viable options for action. Insightful, solution-focused and cooperative, we serve our clients in the following areas:

B+P Creality

The packaging agency for brands and products

B+P Consultants

The management consultancy for the packaging industry

B+P Communications

The advertising agency for the packaging industry

The Game Changer Blog

Our blog will keep you informed about the most disruptive trends that are currently reshaping the packaging world.

Heinz and Tesco launch recycling pilot for thermoformed packaging

Heinz and Tesco launch recycling pilot for thermoformed packaging

by Thomas Reiner

The experiment with a near-retailer return system is highly exciting. It addresses a previous “material problem child” and at the same time circumvents the difficult near-household disposal. Brand owners and retailers are continuing to drive the circular economy forward at full speed. That’s a good thing, because retail in particular could offer huge leverage when it comes to recycling.

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Plastics: Majority of food companies fail to keep their promises

Plastics: Majority of food companies fail to keep their promises

by Thomas Reiner

According to a recent investigation by Deutsche Welle and the European Data Journalism Network, two out of three food companies in Europe are not keeping their self-imposed plastic commitments. The investigation examined 98 “plastics pledges” made over the past 20 years by 24 food and beverage companies headquartered in Europe. The results of the investigation are sobering.

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Risks in the supply chain continue to rise. 5 recommendations for action

Risks in the supply chain continue to rise. 5 recommendations for action

by Thomas Reiner

Further increasing risks in the supply chain can become extremely dangerous for SMEs, as is the case for the German “Mittelstand.” The affected companies in the packaging industry are also highly vulnerable. Those who believe they can still duck out of sight can no longer be helped. What is needed is the ability to learn how to deal with the risks and to take active action.

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