Knowing: recognizes different package materials, defines the most important properties of those, understand the basics of the factors affecting quality and basics of the processes.
Doing: manages the assigned tasks under supervision/assisted.
Being: can give and receive feedback, can work in a group, takes responsibility for his/her own work.
Knowing: Explains different kind of packages and new products and their manufacturing processes, compares the different products and processes, structures things in relation to one another.
Structures relations between field-related phenomena and concepts, applies knowledge on the tasks.
Doing: applies substance matter learnt in previous studies, makes a plan/plans before carrying out tasks, limits tasks/problems to have an appropriate scope, solves problems.
Being: can give and receive feedback actively and constructively, can cooperate responsibly and is ready to develop his/her interaction skills.
Recognizes and follows the important courses of action in the field.
Takes responsibility and commits to the group activities in addition to his/her own work.
Knowing: Analyses how different types of manufacturing processes affect the product quality, costs and environment, describes with arguments the optimal process for manufacturing different packages and new products.
Doing: can search for diverse courses of action and solution alternatives, justify his/her choices and try new courses of action, assesses diverse solution alternatives, combines solution alternatives creatively or creates new ones.
Being: can cooperate responsibly, flexibly and constructively, develops his/her own and the group's interaction, works responsibly and in a committed manner considering the community and field requirements and needs.
Emblem, Anne Emblem, Henry. (2012). Packaging Technology - Fundamentals, Materials and Processes. Elsevier. Retrieved from
contact teaching, distance teaching, laboratory work, excursions
Exam 40 points
laboratory work + tasks 20 points (10 +10)
evaluated tasks 20 points
At least 50% of the allocated points must be obtained from each evaluation area.
73 = 5
64 = 4
55 = 3
48 = 2
40 = 1 (not translated)
29.08.2022 - 23.12.2022
13.06.2022 - 28.08.2022
Sanna Auvinen, Nina Kukkasniemi
Degree Programme in Bioproduct Engineering
Expert interviews in learning materials, excursion
Exam at EXAM, period 09.12.-16.12.2022
Possible increases in the first retake 23.1.-29.1.2023 (EXAM)
Second retake if necessary in March 2023
NOTE! retakes and increases possible only for the exam. The assigned training tasks must be completed with approval.
5 cr = 27 h x 5 =135 h student work
app. 50 h contact teaching incl. laboratory works and possible excursions
What is packaging?
Parimary packaging laboratory work (Hervanta Campus)
E-commerce packaging, logistics and packaging laboratory (TAMK paper lab.)
Customer and consumers requirements for the packaging
Logistics and packaging