“TCPL will aim at emerging into a full-fledged FMCG firm and also scout for new opportunities in the international markets,” Chandrasekaran told shareholders at the company’s virtual annual general meeting.
Sustainability is a relevant topic, and more and more companies are committed to promoting a circular economy and making a positive environmental contribution with their products. Consumer goods company Henkel pursues ambitious packaging targets – one of the recent examples on its way to further increase the usage of recycled material is a sustainable packaging solution for the toilet cleaner from the Pro Nature product range: the bottle now contains 50% post-consumer recycled polyethylene (r-PE). Greiner Packaging is one of Henkel’s packaging suppliers for this product.
In this webinar, we attempt to capture recent trends, innovations & some futuristic examples, in the field of packaging materials & technology
Platina tubes can be recycled in a high-density polyethylene containers (HDPE) recycling stream, according to an analysis done by an independent laboratory. These innovative technologies are made of a multi-layer laminate tube with EVOH barrier concentration below 5% of the total weight of the package.
Aditya Flexipack becomes first Converter in India with BOBST AluBond for production of High Barrier and High Adhesion CPP and BOPP Films
Aditya Flexipack based in India has purchased a VISION K5 1650mm which will be installed in their state of the art green field project focused on qualitative improvements & backward integration; the facility is spread across 19 acres and will be one of the largest converting facilities under one roof. The new metallizer is equipped with BOBST AluBond® for the production of high barrier and high adhesion CPP/BOPP films and BOBST Hawkeye pinhole detector.
MIWA, a technology company based in Prague in the Czech Republic since 2014, has developed what it claims is a complete business ecosystem for smart-powered reusable packaging – an ecosystem based on a clean and effective way of selling goods while minimizing packaging waste
While the world at the moment seems to be at a tumultuous tipping end, Sanjay Gupta, VP Corporate Procurement & Packaging Development at DS Group, in this white paper has attempted to throw positive light on the subject of “Packaging as an essential lifeline of Economy”
UPM Raflatac expands Forest Film product range with the industry’s first wood-based polyethylene label film
UPM Raflatac launches UPM Raflatac Forest Film PE™ to complement its range of sustainable film labeling solutions. The new PE film label takes UPM Raflatac forward in its quest for a smarter future beyond fossils, decreasing the use of fossil-based virgin raw materials in home and personal care labeling applications.
Paper-based material for body of easy to squeeze tube-shaped pouch further reduces plastic volume.
A sharp dip in employment rates and salary cuts are likely to make shoppers re-prioritize their monthly household expenses
Categories such as cosmetics, makeup and perfumes could see a net decrease in spending
UPM Raflatac RW85C PET wash-off solution receives recognition at the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards
The UPM Raflatac RW85C PET wash-off solution, which is part of the UPM Raflatac SmartCircle™ sustainable product offering, has received recognition at the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA).
• The linerless HERMA InNo-Liner system can now apply labels to shipping cases of different sizes being fed to the applicator in any sequence.
• HERMA is starting series production of the system with sensor control for variable labeling heights.
• With immediate effect, a free HERMA app allows the system to be experienced in augmented reality on a smartphone or tablet.