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Breaking News in Flexible Packaging September 2023

Nurture's diapers in paper packaging, Charter Next Generation's big lease, Sabic's IML partnership, nanocellulose film from food waste, Glenroy's new W&H 10-color press, fashionably reusable bags, more.

September 12, 2023

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If you’re interested in an informative and fast read on the subject of flexible packaging, this is for you — an all-in-one location for a steady stream of curated news and developments in this dynamic market for the current month.

You’ll find fresh news and developments updated once or twice weekly in the ever-widening world of applications for pouches, bags, films, and other types of flexible packaging sourced from supplier breakthroughs, brand launches, and other advances of interest. The content is selected from Tweets by stakeholders in the flexible packaging supply chain supplemented by content drawn from the Twitter feeds of sister publications Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday. Return to this page to quickly scroll through to see what you’ve missed.

 Breaking News in Flexible Packaging for August  can be found here. 

Nurture brand diapers pivots to recyclable/compostable kraft paper packaging.

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Charter Next Generation leases 210,600-square-foot building next to its current plant in Blythewood, SC, industrial park.  

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Collaboration between Sabic, Taghleef, and two other companies uses certified renewable polymers in in-mold labeling packaging.

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Clear nanocellulose packaging film from food waste.

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Flexible packaging converter Glenroy purchases a ten-color MIRAFLEX II printing press from Germany-based Windmoller & Holscher.

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Shein fashion’s hottest item in Latin America? The reusable plastic bags the garments once held.

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ProAmpac launches ProActive Recyclable RP-1000 H B paper-based packaging.

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Cheetos Bag of Bones snacks hit shelves in revamped Halloween 2023 packaging.

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Tredegar sells flexible packaging business

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Futamura invests in new cellulose film production line in Cumbria in the UK for its range of renewable and compostable NatureFlex films.

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The Finnish Climate Fund provides 10 million euros to Paptic Ltd., which manufactures flexible packaging made of recyclable wood fiber to replace plastic films.

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TC Transcontinental invests $60 million to accelerate sustainable flexible packaging development.

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Bostik to unveil Bostik SF10M, the world’s first RecyClass approved laminating adhesive for flexibles.

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