Canadian Packaging, April 21: Ottawa—The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association and PAC, Packaging Consortium have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore how printable and organic electronics can help Canada’s packaging industry.

“This partnership with PAC is a tremendous stride forward in our commitment to our members, to forge the linkages that will help them create compelling new products and applications that meet the pressing needs of key end users,” says CPEIA executive director Peter Kallai.

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