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In its first sustainability report published in 2016, Südpack identified the key areas in which the company was taking action for more sustainability. The second edition of the report now documents the milestones that Südpack has reached since that first report - and the ambitious goals the company has set itself for 2020.
With Amut machines, Gepp will produce shrink & wrapping film for beverage items in order to bundle them. "We've been asked to supply a turnkey project to Gepp, including a local support for the installation, training and After Sales Service in the area of Mexico City" says Alberto Rincón, Sales Manager for Latin America area.
Mondi continues to innovate with sustainable solutions, with next generation of Bag-in-Box technical films.
FlexFilms has launched first of its kind e-commerce website FLEX-BuzzR that will make available complete range of film offerings from its Poland plant to its European Union (EU) customers, at a click of a button.
Among the latest materials science innovations from Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions is a PVC-free wrapping film designed to cover a vast range of different applications.
Amut Dolci Extrusion has recently supplied to EB Packaging SDN. BHD a cast line for the production of stretch film for the factory located in Malaysia. The line is 2000 mm-wide for film configuration in 7 layers.
New Mactac printable wrap takes performance and durability to new levels
Amcor Limited and Bemis Company, Inc. yesterday announced that their respective Boards of Directors have unanimously approved a definitive agreement under which Amcor will acquire Bemis in an all-stock combination.
The brand new Amut Dolci Extrusion line, supplied to an European customer, will produce PA-PE film to be converted into vacuum pouches/envelopes or trays for sliced foodstuff.
Bio-based multilayer transparent barrier films are now reality.
Royal DSM, a science-based company active in health, nutrition and sustainable living, together with APK, are leading the way in taking the next step to increase the sustainable benefits of multilayer food packaging films.
According to PCI Wood Mackenzie's, Poland continued to be the fastest growing major flexible packaging market in Europe in 2017, increasing by over 5% during the year.