Presentation By                              Karthick.S                              26th Batch© 2010 by Karthick.S    02/...
MILK
Milk in Day-to-Day Life02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   3
JOURNEY OF MILK             PACKAGING           STARTS HERE…..!!!!02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   4
NATURAL PACKAGING OF MILK    Udder     Teat02/16/13            INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   5
COLLECTION OF MILK bY MILK MAN FOR  dIRECT USE wITHOUT ANY PROCESSING02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   6
COLLECTION OF MILK wHICH            UNdERGOES PROCESSING02/16/13          INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   7
METHOdS FOR HEAT TREATMENT OF                        MILK       Milk Type       Heat Treatment                        Shel...
MILK PACKAGING                       YesterdAY           Consumption of milk by people in early days02/16/13              ...
MILK PACKAGING              YesterdAY02/16/13     INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   10
MILK PACKAGING                           YesterdAYIn early days, when we think of milk, we think of the days of milkmen de...
MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYWhy milk packaged in Glass????TransparentStrengthRigidityWater and Gas Barrier Thermal Shock ...
MILK PACKAGING                     YesterdAYShifting from Glass to HDPE Containers02/16/13              INDIAN INSTITUTE O...
MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYReasons to Shift from Glass to HDPE Containers Heavy Weight             It occupies more space du...
MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYMaterial Consumption       For packaging of 500 ml milk we need 500 g of glass material Effect o...
MILK PACKAGING YesterdAY Reasons for Selecting HDPE Bottles  Need only 40 g of HDPE to pack 500 ml milk  Good ESCR  Goo...
MILK PacKagIng YesterdaYReasons to shift from HDPE bottles to Cartons/Pouch Bottle is a single use container Recycling o...
PeoPLe are not satIsfIed wIth thIs sYsteM of              PacKagIng…!!!theY need soMe PacKage desIgn whIch Is More        ...
MILK PacKagIng todaY02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   19
MILK PacKagIngReasons for selecting Carton as Packaging                                 todaY Light Weight Made from Ren...
MILK PacKagIng todaY02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   21
MILK PacKagIng                           todaYReasons for selecting Flexible Pouch (POLY)Cheapest in the world Easy to h...
froM here onwards….!!!   Let us focus on future PacKagIng of                 MILK…!!!02/16/13        INDIAN INSTITUTE OF P...
MILK PacKagIng toMorrow future of MILK PacKagIng wILL be………..                therMoforM bottLe                      froM  ...
MILK PACKAGING ToMorrowThermoformed bottle is made from Poly Lactic Acid (PLA)PLA is derived from natural corn starches100...
AdvANTAGes of PLA      PLA degrades within weeks      High stability      Transparency      Softening point around 60 ...
LIfe CyCLe of PLA02/16/13         INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   27
PACKAGe desIGNThermoformed bottleTagger foil for tamper evidentTop lid with flip top closure Multiple Use Convenient0...
Low fossIL fueL CoNsuMPTIoN02/16/13         INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   29
Co2 eMIssIoN wITh bIoPLAsTIC           Polymer     LDPE         PP             HDPE       PLA           CO2         3.0   ...
by 2020           Over 500 bioplastics processing           companies are already           available, more than 5000 is e...
Thank You…02/16/13     INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING   32
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  1. 1. Presentation By Karthick.S 26th Batch© 2010 by Karthick.S 02/16/13 INDIAN ISTITUTE OF PACKAGING 1
  2. 2. MILK
  3. 3. Milk in Day-to-Day Life02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 3
  4. 4. JOURNEY OF MILK PACKAGING STARTS HERE…..!!!!02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 4
  5. 5. NATURAL PACKAGING OF MILK Udder Teat02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 5
  6. 6. COLLECTION OF MILK bY MILK MAN FOR dIRECT USE wITHOUT ANY PROCESSING02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 6
  7. 7. COLLECTION OF MILK wHICH UNdERGOES PROCESSING02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 7
  8. 8. METHOdS FOR HEAT TREATMENT OF MILK Milk Type Heat Treatment Shelf Life Pasteurization 72-75°C, 15-40 sec 4-7 days UHT 135-150°C, 4-20 sec 6 months at ambient temperature Sterilized 110-120°C, 10-40 min 9 months at ambient temperature02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 8
  9. 9. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAY Consumption of milk by people in early days02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 9
  10. 10. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAY02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 10
  11. 11. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYIn early days, when we think of milk, we think of the days of milkmen deliveringfresh dairy goods in the glass bottles to the door early in the morning. 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 11
  12. 12. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYWhy milk packaged in Glass????TransparentStrengthRigidityWater and Gas Barrier Thermal Shock ResistanceInertness to Chemical Substances Cheap Cost 100% Recyclable02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 12
  13. 13. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYShifting from Glass to HDPE Containers02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 13
  14. 14. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYReasons to Shift from Glass to HDPE Containers Heavy Weight It occupies more space during transportation and storage Fragility Due to fragile nature it needs more protection from external hazards Cost Though material cost is less, it increase the cost of transport and storagewhich leads to more fuel consumption Contd.. 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 14
  15. 15. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAYMaterial Consumption For packaging of 500 ml milk we need 500 g of glass material Effect of Light Light damages the nutritive components of milk Chemicals Effect of chemicals for washing the bottle leads to environmental hazard. 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 15
  16. 16. MILK PACKAGING YesterdAY Reasons for Selecting HDPE Bottles  Need only 40 g of HDPE to pack 500 ml milk  Good ESCR  Good Impact Strength  Good moisture barrier02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 16
  17. 17. MILK PacKagIng YesterdaYReasons to shift from HDPE bottles to Cartons/Pouch Bottle is a single use container Recycling of bottles become cost factor If we try to recycle then it has to be washed and sterilized and rebroken downinto size which can be fed into extruder. 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 17
  18. 18. PeoPLe are not satIsfIed wIth thIs sYsteM of PacKagIng…!!!theY need soMe PacKage desIgn whIch Is More convenIent to theM…02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 18
  19. 19. MILK PacKagIng todaY02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 19
  20. 20. MILK PacKagIngReasons for selecting Carton as Packaging todaY Light Weight Made from Renewable Raw Material Increase Distribution Efficiency Hygienic One-way Containers Aseptic type doesn’t require refrigeration Easy to dispose off Recyclable 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 20
  21. 21. MILK PacKagIng todaY02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 21
  22. 22. MILK PacKagIng todaYReasons for selecting Flexible Pouch (POLY)Cheapest in the world Easy to handle Occupies less space Convenient Recyclable Use lowest amount of Packaging Material : 4.5 -5.5 g Bottles don’t need to be collected, washed, refilled and redistributed 02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 22
  23. 23. froM here onwards….!!! Let us focus on future PacKagIng of MILK…!!!02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 23
  24. 24. MILK PacKagIng toMorrow future of MILK PacKagIng wILL be……….. therMoforM bottLe froM bIodegradabLe PLastIcs02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 24
  25. 25. MILK PACKAGING ToMorrowThermoformed bottle is made from Poly Lactic Acid (PLA)PLA is derived from natural corn starches100% annually renewable02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 25
  26. 26. AdvANTAGes of PLA PLA degrades within weeks High stability Transparency Softening point around 60 degree Normal processing Good thermoplastic material Wide temperature range Lower Crystallinity Higher melt viscosity UV resistance02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 26
  27. 27. LIfe CyCLe of PLA02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 27
  28. 28. PACKAGe desIGNThermoformed bottleTagger foil for tamper evidentTop lid with flip top closure Multiple Use Convenient02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 28
  29. 29. Low fossIL fueL CoNsuMPTIoN02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 29
  30. 30. Co2 eMIssIoN wITh bIoPLAsTIC Polymer LDPE PP HDPE PLA CO2 3.0 3.4 2.5 2.16 emissions (Kg CO2/ Kg polymer)02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 30
  31. 31. by 2020 Over 500 bioplastics processing companies are already available, more than 5000 is expected by 202002/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 31
  32. 32. Thank You…02/16/13 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING 32

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