Birgir Magnusson

Birgir Magnusson

Birgir Magnusson
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Example of Hartmann customised moulded-fibre packaging

The world’s leading manufacturer of moulded fibre egg packaging, of fruit packaging in South America, and of moulded fibre production technology.

Indicatorium to commercialise UPM's Food freshness indicator innovation through the Innovation Mill Programme | Tekes

Jari Hyvärinen: Will Government spending cuts offshore corporate innovation activities from Finland?

10/21/12 - 10/28/12 ~ Planet Weidknecht

10/21/12 - 10/28/12 ~ Planet Weidknecht

| Vífilfell

| Vífilfell

Only The Best For Offers

This design is not as it appears, it is a compilation of different design approaches used by several manufactures to explore the possibility.

reebok_pump

Ladies and gentlemen, the Reebok Pump is Back on the Scene! Well, Sort Of

Latibær

Latibær

Packaging has sustainable solutions in store which – beyond protecting the packaged merchandise – also prevents food loss and waste. The “SAVE FOOD” Initiative has already been committed to this end since 2011 and is now to receive its own category in the renowned WorldStar Award for the first time.

SAVE FOOD Packaging Award at interpack 2017 - WorldStar Award to receive new category

DOUBLE DIAMOND DESIGN METHOD

Product design services working from sketch to market.

Finland is a problem-solving nation. The Finnish school-system gathers praise, a Finnish president-turned-conflict-solver received the Nobel Peace Prize some years back and now Finland is tackling climate change with a variety of interesting solutions. Finland recently gathered the most applications of all the 28 participating countries in the world's largest climate innovation contest, ClimateLaunchPad. Over 50 Finnish teams applied with new solutions that vary from energy-saving apps to…

Finland is a problem-solving nation. The Finnish school-system gathers praise, a Finnish president-turned-conflict-solver received the Nobel Peace Prize some years back and now Finland is.

We all know the arguments that being vegetarian is better for the environment and for the animals -- but in a carnivorous culture, it can be hard to make the change. Graham Hill has a powerful, pragmatic suggestion: Be a weekday veg.

Writer and designer Graham Hill asks: Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness?