Conference Alongside CMM Focuses on CPG/Converter Value Chain Relationship


NEW YORK, NY—Packaging Strategies announces the Consumer Packaging & Converting Connection event, a conference debuting during CMM Intl. 2005 offering sessions focusing on the relationship between senior-level executives at CPG companies and their converter partner/suppliers. The conference will be held April 18-19, 2005 as a separate program alongside the CMM Intl. general conference program.

Some of the topics and special presentations will include:

  • Streamlining the Supply Chain & Maximizing Profits Using An Integrated vs. Linear Value Chain
  • Streamlining the Supply Chain: An End-User Perspective
  • Driving "Converted" Value Into Higher-Value Consumer Packaging
  • Delivering High-Value Package Solutions to CPGs
  • High-Value Package Validation: A Converter’s Approach
  • Best Practices in Vendor-Managed Relationships & Contract Packaging
  • Converting Competition Into Opportunity: Evaluating Off-Shore Supplier-Partner Alliances
  • Creating Competitive Workflow Advantages for Consumer Packaged Goods Producers
  • Networking Luncheon & Feature Presentation: "Don’t Treat Your Supplier-Partner Relationship Like A Marriage!"

To learn more about the Consumer Packaging & Converting Connection conference program, visit

CMM Intl. 2005 will take place April 18-21, 2005. For more information, visit

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