Along the entire value creation chain, globally more than 930 billion tons of food are thrown away every year. This figure comes from the last report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
“100 Companies for Resource Efficiency” is an initiative that was launched by Baden-Württemberg’s state government and its leading trade associations.
A review into the particulate and gases emitted through 3D print processes has been published by BOFA International.
BOFA International is reinforcing its position as a market leader in portable fume and particulate filtration technology for 3D printing with their new technology designed specifically for high temperature processes.
Offset plus digital, providing hitherto unthinkable decoration and personalization opportunities. A proposal that combines the unrivalled experience and know-how of partners MOSS and Sacmi, multiplying economies and opportunities for customers
AIM3D, a manufacturer of multi-material 3D printers, has developed a new, more powerful 3D printer for the CEM (composite extrusion modelling) process.
Kumovis, the Munich-based medical 3D printing start-up, will show its new end-to-end workflow for the additive manufacturing of medical products this fall.
Südpack’s innovative SPQ technology (Sustaina-ble Print Quality) significantly improves the carbon footprint of package printing – and also impressed the specialist jury of the renowned German Packaging Award in 2021.
Paccor, the leading global player in the packaging industry, has been designated by Digimarc, the inventor of the Digimarc Platform for automatic identification as a Platinum Pioneer Plastics Partner.
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.
Surface treatment has come a long way in the 70 years since Verner Eisby, the founder of Vetaphone, invented and developed the technique that is now known worldwide as corona.
Südpack is expanding the production plant at its site in Klobuck near Czestochowa, Poland. In an official ceremony marking the occasion on July 15, 2020, ground was broken for an extensive investment at the site.