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Packaging Briefs – WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

David Bellm

January 29, 2014

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Packaging Briefs – WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14


Ti enters bioplastic market by investing into BoPLA film production
Leading BoPP film producer Taghleef Industries (Ti) announced its commitment to the development of sustainable packaging by introducing a fully natural film range. The films will be based on NatureWorks PLA (PolyLactic Acid) polymers, which are marketed under the brand name Ingeo™ and which are 100% made from renewable resources. This natural origin is said to combine the advantages of both not using oil-derivates as a raw material as well as offering a wider range of end-of-life options, including recycling and industrial composting.

Heidelberg Canada Graphic Equipment Limited to distribute Asahi's photopolymer plate products and equipment in CANADA.
Asahi Photoproducts announced that effective June 12, 2010, Heidelberg Canada Graphic Equipment Limited will distribute Asahi's photopolymer plate products and equipment in CANADA. Asahi Photoproducts is a leading supplier of photopolymer printing plates to the flexographic printing industry focusing on providing high value added products and unique photopolymer technology for flexographic printing plates and systems.

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