Erema Group subsidiary Keycycle fully integrates innovative deinking process for printed plastics into its product portfolio
“100 Companies for Resource Efficiency” is an initiative that was launched by Baden-Württemberg’s state government and its leading trade associations.
In Germany around 60 percent of fresh fruit and vegetables is sold pre-packed in retail outlets. Two thirds of the packs are based on plastic, and the remaining one third on cardboard or other paper fibre materials.
At Drinktec 2022, SACMI Beverage will be presenting a comprehensive range of products that focuses on process sustainability, with ready-to-use innovations that are instrumental in fostering the creation of a returnable PET and food-grade resin recycling chain.
Innovia Films is launching RayoForm EUP60, a white BOPP film for in-mould labelling (IML).
With its new L 312 model, Multivac is launching onto the market a conveyor belt labeller, which now enables attractive full wrap labelling to be used for random weight products as well.
Tarsus Group, organizer of the Labelexpo Global Series, has announced that Labelexpo Europe 2022 has been rescheduled, with the event now taking place 11-14 September 2023.
Two interdisciplinary 5-year research projects have been carried out by the Renner printing company, recycling firm Walter Kunststoffe GmbH and the consulting company M2 Consulting GmbH, the results of which are now being implemented with great success.
Whether it is information for individual steps in production and logistics, for checkout operators or for end customers, labelling turns packaging into a communications and data medium.
Ampacet, a global masterbatch leader, has introduced PEARL 368, a high-performance organic cavitating masterbatch designed for premium quality labels and white-opaque BOPP packaging.
Innovia Films are launching Encore C45cn, the first carbon neutral* BOPP label film. Encore C45cn is ISCC certified and will contribute to reducing carbon footprint and reducing the use of fossil resources.
More and more customers are asking for modular systems and solutions. The KHS Group is thus systematically restructuring its engineering portfolio – also as regards labeling technology.