The social scene
posted on 7 November, 2014 by Michael Lea
Take a look at the most popular news stories that have been trending across our social media platforms this quarter.
Hitting our Facebook headlines is our ‘Caring for Kids’ tour in Africa, where Nadia recently visited tna’s highly successful project in Zambia. Working closely alongside mother and daughter, Ros and Kim from Blessed to Bless, our plans to build a new school are starting to evolve. We also had the pleasure of meeting our 60 sponsored children and their families. Take a look at our photos, where you can see our charitable activity in full swing.
Check out our direct link to Forbes’ latest article on product packaging. Promised to be a great read, Simon Preece outlines ‘The Five Things Product Packaging Must Do.’ See if you can think of any additional points that you would contribute to the article. After all, we are all experts in this!
In case you’re new to our social media scene, tna’s Twitter feed provides cutting-edge, up-to-the-second news from around the world. We aim to keep all of our followers in the know by posting the latest updates on packaging and processing trends. Get the scoop on food packaging’s design trends with Isaac Fletcher’s informative article, where he outlines the ins and outs of food labels and packaging design.
Can you think of six key questions to ask when sourcing flexible medical device packaging? Plastics Today can! Venture outside the food processing comfort zone and read up on scientifically purposed packaging.
Our announcement of tna’s European director of sales created quite a stir on our LinkedIn feed this summer. James Hosford assumes responsibility for commercial operations in Europe, Russia, CIS, Israel and North Africa and we look forward to further expanding our operations in Central Europe.
Discover five astonishing new facts about packaging from Packaging Digest where Lisa McTigue Pierce explores how the contract packaging business has more than doubled since 2008.
tna’s appearance at Propak Asia hit our LinkedIn headlines this summer, where we demonstrated the best Vertical Form, Fill and Seal solutions on the market! Take a peek at our Propak Asia exhibition stand.
Packaging takes different forms across the globe. In an increasingly globalised society, it is interesting to see how packaging design can change region-to-region. Packaging of the World’s blog encompasses the fantastic ability to preview these contrasts in a multitude of products.