C-P Flexible Packaging invests in solar power, Tipa's compostable anti-corrosion film, PP film uses 35% less polymer, Klöckner's quick-release film, 100% starch packaging.
SeaSpine’s two-in-one pouch for spinal implants halves sterilization costs, reduces storage space, and maintains the sterility of individual components until the point of use.
The first-of-its-kind material is highly effective at neutralizing viruses such as COVID-19, is cheap to produce, and can be easily scaled.
Südpack develops an aluminum-free, recyclable PP-based stand-up pouch for food packaging that’s 26% lighter in weight than conventional pouches.
Avery Dennison’s booth was a one-stop summary showcase of the sustainability revolution in labels found throughout Labelexpo...
Sundance's compostable paper pouch, Dow's deal in China, Pepsi Europe's chemical recycling investments, UK's first recyclable...
Volumes are growing, standards are emerging, and products are shipping in this long-anticipated carbon-based materials market.
What do California’s SB 54 requirements for extended producer responsibility mean? Emerald Packaging’s CEO provides perspective.
Extensive R&D operations near Chicago include a pilot plant dedicated to optimizing chemical recycling for mixed material plastic packaging.
Food and fashion markets headline growing interest in the company’s flexible packaging. Stella McCartney fashions and Sunrays grapes are among customers.