Pro Carton’s Museum of Brands Exhibition Re-opens

The winners of Pro Carton and ECMA’s European Carton Excellence Awards 2020 are now back on display at the Museum of Brands after the exhibition was cut short due to the national lockdowns. Extended for a further three months, visitors to the museum will be able to view the collection of 21 innovatively designed cartons, including the winners of the Save the Planet Award, the Innovation Award and Van Genechten Packaging’s Roku Gin pack which won Carton of the Year.

For the first time, visitors will be able to take home a free copy of the 2020 awards brochure which gives more details on each exhibit as well as the first ever virtual Carton E-vent & Awards ceremony which took place on 7 October 2020.

The Museum of Brands is home to over 12,000 exhibits from iconic, internationally renowned brands spanning from the Victorian era right up to the modern-day.  The museum features temporary exhibitions, talks, webinars and workshops, which aim to create debate and examine the role of brands in history and the modern world.

Liam Montgomery, Museum Manager Museum of Brands, said: “We are delighted to reopen open our doors and welcome visitors once again. We hope that the extension of the exhibition will give the innovations on display the exposure they deserve and delight our visitors this summer. With the events of the past year, Pro Carton’s messages around sustainability and saving our planet have never been more significant and so we hope that this exhibition will do its bit to continue the conversation.

Tony Hitchin, General Manager of Pro Carton, concluded: “We are very pleased to announce the reopening of Pro Carton’s exhibition at the Museum of Brands. After a very difficult start to the year, we are delighted that visitors will finally be able to see the European Carton Excellence award-winners in real life. As we look forward to this year’s awards which will be presented in September, we hope that the reopening of the exhibition will further raise awareness of the sustainability and aesthetic beauty of cartons.

The exhibition will be running for three months following the opening on the 17 May.  The Museum is open seven days a week. To visit the exhibition, click here for tickets.

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