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5 October 2022

Listen to the podcast "Forskarmötet" by the Swedish Retail and Wholesale Council, Handelsrådet, where Stefan Karlsson at Packaging Logistics talks about why e-commerce returns can be useful, why the industry should listen more to research, and what it was that got him onto the research track himself.  Forskarmötet #9: Stefan Karlsson – at [...]

7 June 2022

Yulia Vakulenko grew up in a small Russian town north of the Arctic Circle, today she works at Lund University. When Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February, her world was turned upside down.

15 April 2022

More and more plastic is replaced by paper in retail - but is it more sustainable? In search of an answer, Ehandel asked Daniel Hellström and Katrin Molina-Besch, researchers in packaging logistics at Design Sciences, LTH.

17 January 2022

Closer and Relog have started a new initiative where public and private actors can come together to drive the development towards sustainable e-commerce.

17 January 2022

Online clothing stores have begun banning customers who misuse the returns system, according to an article on SVT.

14 January 2022

Many research projects are dedicated to sustainable packaging solutions, but what about the product inside?

14 December 2021

There are many requirements on the food packaging of the future. They must be better and safer than today, while also environment-friendly, cost-effective, and aesthetically pleasing. In the product development race, Tetra Pak has teamed up with the Faculty of Engineering in Lund – LTH. The researchers' computer simulations accelerate development [...]

14 December 2021

"When I was a kid, I said tetra about all the juice drinks," says Roxanne Mae Targa when she talks about her first experience with Tetra Pak. Now she knows more. After completing her degree project, she is now employed by the company. As a student at Tetra Pak, she quickly felt like one in the group – an experience she shares with her classmates [...]

27 October 2021

– The diversity of our knowledge and experiences meant that we learned a lot from each other in the project, says Frida Sterner, one of the students in the course "Packaging Technology and Development". The students taking the course are in their fourth or fifth year of one of LTH's engineering programs and have now completed their projects. They [...]

13 October 2021

The use of substances from citrus rinds in bioplastics is an example of how we can be inspired by nature’s own protective systems – and more research is needed in future about how to extend the shelf life of food products, according to Katrin Molina-Besch, packaging researcher at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering, LTH.