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First carton made entirely from renewable materials

First carton made entirely from renewable materials Tetra Pak launches industry's first package made entirely from plant based, renewable packaging materials.

New brighter HDPE from SABIC

New brighter HDPE from SABIC The company launched brightest ever range of HDPE for bottles and conatiners called Clarene.

Arburg to present high-end exhibits in Mexico

 Arburg to present high-end exhibits in Mexico Arburg will be presenting two energy-efficient, high-end exhibits at the Plastimagen 2014 in Mexico City.

New generation of die-cut lidding for dairy

New generation of die-cut lidding for dairy Amcor Flexibles team has created Amcor Impact, a brand new design experience guaranteed to stand-out from the crowd.

Guidelines for PET trays recycling released

Guidelines for PET trays recycling released Plastics Recyclers Europe released the design-for-recycling guidelines for PET trays.

Amcor to run on-site bottle operation at Method's plant in USA

Amcor to run on-site bottle operation at Method's plant in USA Amcor Rigid Plastics has announced plans to operate an on-site bottle production facility within Method's new manufacturing facility in Chicago.

Top three additives in the plastic packaging market

Top three additives in the plastic packaging market A functional additive modifies the properties of packaging to impart desirable or beneficial functions.

DuPont increases ethylene copolymers production in Texas

DuPont increases ethylene copolymers production in Texas DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers announced its intent to increase production capacity of its ethylene copolymers assets.

Arburg Packaging Days 2014

Arburg Packaging Days 2014 Arburg will be holding the first ever "Packaging Days" event at its headquarters in Lossburg from 5 to 6 November 2014.

Trends at European market for caps and closures

Trends at European market for caps and closures Researchers expect European demand for closures to increase to approx. 460 billion units in 2021.