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The only thing more overwhelming than the amount of information available today is the myriad means to have it delivered to you.
New Film Resins’ Performance Demonstrated by Several Equipment Makers at K 2016
Take a look at a video discussion between ExxonMobil Chemical and W&H on processing the new Exceed XP resins.
‘Smart Lid’ Changes Color If Drink Is Too Hot
The Aussie-based company has appointed a large-scale European thermoformer to make its lids, with the hunt on for a U.S. supplier.
Single-Serve Package Reduces Carbon Footprint By Over 30%
The Freshpack is tailored to workplaces and reduces emissions from raw material extraction by 40% by eliminating aluminum.
The Verdict Is In: Brand Owners Want Recycled PP
The Association of Postconsumer Recyclers surveyed 21 consumer brand companies regarding the potential for PCR PP.
BOPET Films' Growth Prospects Look Very Good
Market demand to be driven by significant use in both packaging and technical applications.
Single-Serve Beverage Capsules Market Trends
AMI’s newest industry report discusses timeline of brand compatible coffee capsules and trends.
Treofan Simplifies Laminate Structure; Boosts Sealing Performance of BOPP Films
ExxonMobil’s Vistamaxx featured in new five-layer BOPP Film.
SPI Bioplastics’ Inaugural Bioplastics Week
The first ever such event featured educational information, including infographics, reports and blog posts.
What’s Brewing in Technology to Make Coffee Pods
With more than 9 billion of them sold last year alone, the prospect of selling high-output production systems to make single-serve coffee pods must be enough to make a machine builder’s mouth water.