The Indian glassmaker supplies the premium perfume glass bottle markets in Europe and the USA and has seen its market share grow at a rate of 20% a year recently
AGI glaspac, a leading container glass maker, will invest up to ?130 crore in technology upgrades that will see its capability to produce lighter bottles and reuse glass, get a big shot in the arm.
As part of their partnership for responsible packaging innovation, L’Oréal and Albéa announce the development of a breakthrough innovation for cosmetic packaging. The two companies have invented the first carton-based cosmetic tube, where plastic is for the most part replaced with a bio-based and certified paper-like material.
The compact features Eastman Tr?va™ engineering bioplastic, a cellulose-based thermoplastic that offers both high performance and reduced environmental impact.
The new innovation provides improved user control for more accurate dispensing, reduced messiness thanks to the automatic seal and a simple ‘pull to start and release to stop’ action for ease of use. Because it is constructed from lightweight materials and ergonomic injection moulded components, it is also more comfortable to use.
Stora Enso is introducing a paperboard tube for cosmetics packaging as a new, climate-friendly alternative to plastic tubes. The paperboard tube is suitable for the primary packaging of skin cream products.
Gerresheimer is committed to driving sustainability in the sector. Gerresheimer has been successfully producing glass with a high proportion of post-consumer recycled (PCR) material.
Metsä Board has launched a new set of packaging samples, in order to demonstrate how paperboard can boost brand appeal.
Royal DSM has launched a new resin product, via the Skins® family, to enable silky-feel design and packaging across a wider range of applications.
The RPC Bramlage Division has introduced a special Promotion Box that showcases a selection of cosmetic and personal care packaging solutions from its extensive ranges.
Olay will pilot a new way of shopping for skincare that could dramatically reduce the amount of plastic used in the beauty category.
Stora Enso has introduced DuraSense™ by Stora Enso – wood-based biocomposites for premium cosmetics, food and luxury brands seeking alternatives to plastic packaging.