The Polish packaging manufacturer has installed a ThermoFlexX TFxX 48 flexo plate imager to meet demands from customers for faster delivery, more flexibility, and increased sustainability.
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Tomra Recycling Sorting’s Autosort sensor-based sorting technology is helping to recover high-quality, high-purity value recyclates at Farz, the first automated MRF in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Maag Group is a broadly diversified global solutions provider of Pump & Filtration Systems, Pelletizing & Pulverizing Systems, Recycling Systems and digital solutions.
Crocco confirms its exceptionality in the reuse of material derived from recycling.
The Cittadella Group has been awarded the Great Place to Work® International Certification for the first time, thanks to the actions aimed at its employees and the overall climate established within its plants
PET film producer Evertis obtains the Retray Certification, quantifying recycled content from the tray-to-tray loop.
At interpack 2023 Multivac will be presenting itself as a supplier of integrated solutions for packaging and processing.
Clariter, a global cleantech company, and TotalEnergies Fluids, a division of TotalEnergies, have premiered the world’s first sustainable ultra-pure solvent made from plastic waste.
The Reifenhäuser Group will showcase its latest solutions for sustainable and efficient blown and flat film production at Plastindia 2023 in New Delhi, India, from February 1 to 5. (Hall 4H-FP, Booth C D 20)
Individual plant concepts for the production of ATEX materials
At the show, Husky is featuring how its versatile range of technologies, solutions and services enable India’s food and beverage packaging, consumer goods and medical device producers effectively respond to productivity, part quality and consistency challenges.
KraussMaffei customer Oldroyd uses 100% sea plastics for its products. 300,000 to 400,000 of the spacers are required for one tunnel alone. For these quantities it pays off ecologically to use recycled materials.