VACUUM SKIN PACKAGING: Increased Shelf Appeal and Shelf Life Leads to Reduced Food Waste

on demand until september 23, 2022


Vacuum Skin Packaging is a highly efficient packaging film with excellent optical properties. It extends the shelf-life of fresh products like meat and fish up to three weeks. The material usage is reduced compared to conventional Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP).

This webinar explains the seamless step-by-step journey — from resin via extrusion, crosslinking and converting/slitting to final packaging — to produce high-quality VSP Films and Packaging.

  • Reduced food waste through extended shelf life
  • Reduced material consumption
  • Increased shelf appeal

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Laurent Ziche

EMEA Marketing Manager F&SP (Food & Specialty Packaging)


Laurent Ziché joined Dow in 2017 with the Dow-DuPont merger as EMEA Marketing Manager for Dow Packaging & Specialty Plastics and is currently leading Marketing and Innovation for the Meat Segment working on different application like thermoforming, Barrier Shrink Bags or Vacuum Skin Packaging. Before assuming this role, Laurent worked during 20 years at Dupont de Nemours in various sales & marketing roles. Laurent has an engineer Diploma from a packaging school in France (ESIEC).

Marcel Budde

Regional Manager Technical Sales

Windmöller & Hölscher

For more than 5 years, after studying plastics processing, Marcel has helped many W&H customers as Technical Sales Manager to find the right blown film equipment for their products. During K2019 he was part of the team developing a Vacuum Skin Packaging structure for the water quenching process.

Im Rangwalla

Market Development Manager

Energy Sciences Inc.

Im Rangwalla has over 30 years of experience in EB processing especially applications of EB for packaging applications. Im has presented and published several papers at various conferences on EB processing and also has several patents in that field.

Currently Im works in the sales and marketing group as a Market Development Manager. He has a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, and also a Masters in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University Boston MA.

Jorg Scholz

Vertrieb/Sales Manager

TNT Maschinenbau

Joerg Scholz is Technical Sales for winding and slitting equipment at TNT Maschinenbau. Jörg joined TNT in 2011. Jörg is having an engineering degree and works as sales in the Converting, Printing and Finishing industry for more than 20 years

Michael Beck

Head of R&D

Wentus GmbH

Michael Beck holds a Master of Engineering degree (Diploma Engineer) of Germany’s elite engineering university RWTH in Aachen, where he studied polymer engineering. He started his career 2004 with Wentus as development engineer in the R&D department. In 2013, Michael was promoted as Head of R&D and has developed numerous new products with his team since then, focussing on Skin and sustainable films.



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