About some of the key note speakers at the packaging seminar
Jul 26th, 09:14
President, Mr Jeffrey Brandenburg
The JSB Group: The mission of The JSB Group is to be the leading technology resource for the Flexible, Produce, and Food Packaging Industries by providing participating companies technical, sales, marketing, market research, training, and management support. This is accomplished through our expertise in a wide variety of packaging, and equipment technologies including: Fresh Cut Produce, MAP, Barrier Packaging, Peelable Lidding Structures, Forming Materials, Microwave, and Stand Up Pouch Technology Projects Include: FCP Package Design; Product Development; Technical Support and Leadership; Strategic Planning; Sales/Marketing Analysis and Research; Sales and Marketing Management; Quality Assurance Procedures; Technical Management, Packaging Seminars Clients Include: American Packaging Corporation; University of Massachusetts; Exxon Mobil Polymers; Ticona; Western New England College; Package Printing Company, AET Films, Davis Fresh Technologies
Bachelor of Science Degree, Chemical Engineering (I979), Iowa State University, Ames, IA Jeffrey has vast experience in process technology, packaging technology, modified atmosphere packaging, product & packaging interaction; trouble shooting of processes & equipment; development of new package design and innovations.
International Fresh-cut Produce Association, IFPA, (I994 to Present)
IFPA, Technical Committee, (2001 to present)
Produce Marketing Association, PMA, (2002 to Present)
Institute of Food Technologists, IFT, (2002 to Present)
Massachusetts Specialty Foods Association, MSFA, (2002 to Present)
Technical Association of the Paper & Pulp Industry, TAPPI, (1987 to 1994)
TAPPI Healthcare Packaging Committee Chairman (1989)
TAPPI Technical Program Chairman (1990)
TAPPI PLC Division Conference Chairman (1991)
Flexible Packaging Association (1987 to 1994)
NNZ BV, Nederland
Tel: +31 (0)
Jacques Coetzee is Export Manager at NNZ BV, based in Groningen, the Netherlands. NNZ is at the forefront of agricultural packaging and a supplier of choice in Europe, UK, Canada and the USA. Over a period of 90 years, NNZ has developed a network of partners including retailers, farmers, packhouses, logistics companies, research companies, technology providers and consumer agencies. Together with their partners NNZ co-creates packaging solutions and contractmanufacture at more than 50 locations around the globe.
• Desirable tomatoes, paprika's and cucumbers – a story of
• Keep on innovating
• More techniques to create consumer interest in fresh produce
• Shelf life and logistics
• Partnerships to the benefit of everyone
• Staying ahead of the game
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