Some of the world’s largest consumer goods businesses—also some of the most significant plastic users—have joined forces to tackle this problem. Led by Procter and Gamble (P&G), the HolyGrail 2.0 project aims to increase plastic recycling rates by adding invisible digital watermarks to product packaging.
Digital Security Printing has become one of the hottest issues and is currently the most important technology in the print industry.
Direct thermal (DT) paper is a popular material due to its ease of use, high print speed, high image resolution, and wide range of compatible printers. Avery Dennison’s new rDT is the first recycled uncoated direct thermal paper label material available on the market.
We are back for the second episode of Packaging Talks and it is our pleasure to welcome one of the doyens of the Indian packaging
The beautifully designed stainless steel case is a pleasure to hold—and is designed to withstand the pressure of a car driving over it.
G-FP is a cross linking polymer dosed in the process of paper making. The fundamental performance objective of G-FP is to cross link multiple small fibres into a longer fibre, thus mimic the virgin fibre performance from the domestic sourced short fibre based OCCs.
Throughout the last years we have seen the growth of global trade, urbanization and population growth, with an increased pressure on exports and imports as well as packaging for the safety of goods. A faster pace of life was translated into consumption “on the go” which, naturally, increased the need for food service packaging.
This partnership between Albéa Group and P&G is in line with the companies’ ambition of achieving 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025
Crest, Oral-B and Blend-a-med Announce the Launch of Their First Ever Recyclable HDPE Toothpaste Tubes in North America and Europe
Procter & Gamble (P&G) will start the switch to the recyclable HDPE tubes for Crest, Oral-B and Blend-a-med in January 2021 and will continue until full conversion, by 2025 for US and Europe.
The launch of its first HDPE tubes will enable millions of households to recycle their toothpaste packaging in existing recycling streams.
INTRAVIS now offers a solution for all producers who have to display UFI codes on their packaging from 2021 onwards: the new OCR module
Two ultra-clear transparent OPP films for practically invisible labels. The recently developed adhesive 62C is extremely transparent and offers the very best processing and adhesive properties. “These two new adhesive materials extend our standard range in a market segment in which our customers can harness additional potential.”
This paper explains how flexible packaging helps to feed the people during the lockdown in India. Flexible packaging, typically known as multilayer packaging due to use of different layers of polymeric films and laminate them to perform as a single layer. Due to use of different family polymers, it turns out to be difficult to reuse and recycle. Increased consumption and control the waste of used pouches is a major challenge in India. So, many organizations and NGOs are demanding to ban the use of plastic in multilayer packaging. But, as explained in the perspective article, how multilayer packaging is contributing to save the society as well migrants and human life during lockdown in India and feed the migrants during Covid-19 situation but leaving challenge for collection and recycling.