All4Labels participates in COP28

All4Labels Global Packaging Group, one of the world’s leading label companies and a pioneer in sustainable and digital packaging, has participated at the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference COP28 in Dubai, reinforcing its commitment to the environment, product innovation and value chain transparency.

Gabriela Neves, MSc, vice president of global R&D and sustainability at All4Labels interviewed during COP28

Most recently, the group was invited to participate in the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly known as COP28, held from November 30 to December 12 at Expo City in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

‘We are honored to have represented the packaging industry at COP28 in Dubai and to have the opportunity to show our sustainability best practices, including reduced emissions made possible with innovative and optimized production processes,’ commented Günther Weymans, chief operational officer of All4Labels Group.

Click below to watch the All4Labels COP28 interview.


As one of the leading international labeling manufacturers, All4Labels is helping to create a sustainable revolution throughout the packaging industry as a pioneer in digital printing, offering a range of products and materials with the circular economy in mind.

An important example is the group’s STAR portfolio, launched in July 2022. Many innovations within the range help to align the needs of brand owners with those of our planet. This portfolio is designed to accelerate progress towards crucial ‘reduce, reuse, and recycle’ packaging targets.

‘As part of our sustainability strategy, we have precise goals around product innovation,’ said Paloma Alonso, CEO of All4Labels. ‘We have been aligning with the all-important Sustainable Development Goals, in particular with numbers 14, 15 and 17. The aim is to shape the labeling industry’s future and deliver a full portfolio of sustainable products and materials within 2030.’

The STAR portfolio has been released to the market progressively, offering an exclusive and comprehensive range of labels and primary packaging 100 percent recyclable and/or containing between 30-100 percent recycled content.

Packaging is made more suitable for recycling at scale thanks to detachable pressure-sensitive label adhesives, and mono-materials for laminate tubes and flexible packaging. This supports an improved sink/float separation process during plastic container recycling.