Looking into the future of UN-Packaging
How will Dangerous Goods Packaging evolve in the next years? With increasing numbers EVs (more than 150 new all-electric models in Europe only) and rising demand in other industries, more batteries will need to be packaged. At the same time, the number of used or damaged batteries will increase exponentially. That brings new challenges for battery manufacturers, users, recyclers, and packaging manufacturers. Working together to develop suitable solutions will be crucial. Besides lithium, other materials will come into market, like phosphor, fluoride or higher energy densities, creating the need for legislators to determine if new regulations are needed. ORBIS Europe is already working on new boxes, optimised inner packaging and solutions for end-for-life batteries. „We are up for the challenge. Already today, our pipeline is filled to the brim.“, says Krahé.
What challenges do you see arising in the next years? Our consultants are happy to start a discussion with you and support your next dangerous good packaging project.