Month: August 2020

POLIFILM-AND-HERMA

POLIFILM AND HERMA RESOLVE PROBLEM OF RECYCLING LABEL MATRIX WASTE

POLIFILM EXTRUSION and HERMA Self-adhesive Materials are pioneering the genuine recycling of the matrix waste that arises during the production of PE film labels.

Thanks to a special process, adhesives and printing inks no longer pose a problem.

The recycled material is initially being used in the manufacture of construction films, but additional film applications are expected to be added soon.

COFFEE

COFFEE SUSTAINABLY PACKAGED

Aroma-proof PP monomaterial solution presented by Syntegon, TAGHLEEF INDUSTRIES and POLIFILM

Polypropylene monomaterial packaging 100% recyclable – Designed for recycling
Ideal product protection and aroma barrier
Printable high barrier film: EXTENDO BOPP film from TAGHLEEF INDUSTRIES
PP-sealing film with wide sealing window and low seal initiation temperature (SIT) from POLIFILM EXTRUSION

BioPET

Bio-based materials for packaging application

The bio-based material should be originating from renewable resources completely and should have enough strength to get processed into packaging products. Various parameters like melt strength, tensile strength, elongation, processability, flexibility, thermal stability, biodegradability and composability decide the market acceptability and make any bio-based material to be commercially viable.

Market Trends

Paper packaging : Key Market Trends by Fast Markets RISI

Fluctuating supply and demand levels in any industry can impact prices throughout the supply chain. Knowing when shifts happen and what they mean for your costs will help you negotiate, plan, and report your packaging costs with confidence. Fortunately, you can track key market indicators in the paper industry to understand and anticipate price changes

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