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Sanner expands portfolio of bio-based plastic packaging

Sanner expands portfolio of bio-based plastic packaging

Sanner continues to expand its portfolio of bio-based plastic packaging solutions. Following the successful market launch of Sanner BioBase last year, additional closure variants and new tube sizes are now available for a broader range of applications in healthcare products and food supplements.


KHS and Martens strengthen their partnership

KHS and Martens strengthen their partnership

KHS and Martens are continuing to pursue their mutual strategy of reducing packaging materials. Only last year the traditional Belgian brewery invested in an Innopack Nature MultiPack machine that forms PET bottles into stable packs with the help of dots of adhesive.


Innovia Films launches new polish website

Innovia Films launches new polish website

The acquisition in 2019 of a Polish manufacturing plant in Plock, Poland identified the need for a new Innovia Films Polish website to ensure they could continue to provide comprehensive information to their primary market.


152,134 visitors joined the mega show

152,134 visitors joined the mega show

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinaplas has once again proved itself to be a high standard platform for presenting new technologies and sourcing latest products for the plastics and rubber industries.


Chinaplas debuts in Shenzhen

Chinaplas debuts in Shenzhen

Chinaplas, Asia’s No. 1 plastics and rubber trade fair, will be held in Shenzhen for the first time and it becomes a breakthrough of Shenzhen’s exhibition and convention industry with an exhibition area of 350,000sqm.


Youthful packaging design by Sidel opens a new page for Menton

Youthful packaging design by Sidel opens a new page for Menton

Sidel packaging team in China redesigned the package of Menton flavoured water by integrating youthfulness into its health attribute. The straight-wall lightweight PET bottle, which weighs only 17.85 grams for the 500 ml format, conveys the sense of modernity and is a statement of sustainable packaging.


Alpla UK to focus on regional PET recyclate

Alpla UK to focus on regional PET recyclate

Alpla UK, a subsidiary of the Alpla Group, a leading plastic packaging company, will henceforth be cooperating with the British waste management company Biffa. With this collaboration, Alpla will increase the proportion of British recyclate used in the United Kingdom to manufacture packaging for home care products.