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Super Combi Compact: more performance, less space

Super Combi Compact: more performance, less space

Two years after the introduction of the Super Combi to the industry for compact lines’ solutions, today, Sidel presents a bolder, next-generation solution Super Combi Compact that, as indicated in its name, is even more compact.


Bottled up frustration for PET

Bottled up frustration for PET

One of the effects of the coronarvirus pandemic is that consumer behaviour in terms of buying and consuming goods has changed in line with restricted supplies and access to retail sites.


Alpla expands PET recycling plant in Poland

Alpla expands PET recycling plant in Poland

A new rPET extrusion system will be going into operation in early May 2020 at the recycling plant PET Recycling Team in Radomsko (Poland). As a result, the capacity for rPET (PET regrind material) will be doubled from 15,000 to 30,000 tonnes per annum.


Krones invites to a virtual trade fair stand

Krones invites to a virtual trade fair stand

The 2020 trade fair year has so far, due to the coronavirus, been characterised by postponements and cancellations. The interpack, too, has had to be rescheduled to February 2021 to protect the people involved and to slow the spread of Covid-19.


Performative excellence for aseptics

Performative excellence for aseptics

Sliced bread, BBQ sauces, drinks – the portfolio of the food and beverage producer Spitz in Upper Austria is highly diversified. Demand for energy drinks, juices and ice tea is particularly high at present.


European recycling markets reel from coronavirus

European recycling markets reel from coronavirus

Sources in the recycled polyethylene terephthalate (R-PET) market - the most widely recycled plastic across Europe - are already seeing a change in consumer behaviour, particularly around buying habits, and more importantly, recycling habits.


Jack-of-all-trades for still water

Jack-of-all-trades for still water

The water bottler Nera Kritis - as the name indicates - is headquartered on Crete. Its trademark: a multiplicity of different bottle shapes, the more eye-catching the better.