Category: Industry

Alpura launches lightweight packaging

Presently, Alpura’s cooking cream Media Crema is accessible in both 125 ml and 200 ml Ecolean Air Aseptic packages in Mexico in all retail channels the nation over. ‘At Alpura we are always working to put the consumer first,’ said Alejandra Villarreal, marketing director at Alpura. ‘We are known for our innovation and quality —…

How recycling industry is boosting demand across sectors

Different ways to increasing with expanding end advertise material use are itemized in a report highlighting interviews with partners over the recycling chain. The Upcyclers Network, another organization meaning to develop interest for reused materials, today discharged organization Gina Lee, founder of the Upcyclers Network and related organization Circular CoLab, said increasing recycled material demand…

Tekni-Plex completes acquisition of three healthcare packaging plants

The offices give an expansive arrangement of sterilisable therapeutic gadget packaging substrates including covered and uncoated Tyvek, heat-seal and cold-seal covered paper and films, medicinal evaluation covers, and die-cut lids and labels. Tekni-Plex CEO Paul Young said: “The acquisition expands our complex packaging solution portfolio for medical device manufacturers, many of whom have been supplied…

Diamond Packaging Awarded Gold in EcoVadis CSR Assessment

Diamond Packaging has been granted a Gold rating for the third consecutive year, in light of its 2019 EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assessment. The company’s score groups Diamond’s general CSR performance as “Advanced” and places it in the top 1% of all companies assessed by EcoVadis. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the proceeding with…

Diamond Packaging Wins 7 FSEA Gold Leaf Awards

Diamond Packaging has received seven awards in the 26th Annual FSEA Gold Leaf Awards Competition, the industry’s premier showcase for foil stepping, decorating and other strength impacts. Grants were reported at the 2019 Odyssey Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, in early May. The competition celebrates the quality, included esteem, rack nearness, security and brand acknowledgment that…

L’Occitane Partners with Loop for 100% Sustainable Plastics Pledge

Beauty company L’Occitane Group as of late consented to a multi-year agreement with the inventive Loop Industries to help its goal of 100% sustainable product packaging. Loop Industries Inc. has licensed an upcycling innovation to separate the polyester plastic and fibers in bottles, packaging, textile waste, and even ocean plastics, and repurpose them in a…

Deposit Return Scheme announcement raises worries for packaging industry

Packaging and plastic industry voices have communicated alert over the deposit return scheme (DRS) announced for Scotland. In response of the plan for aluminum and steel cans and beverages containers made of glass and PET plastic, the British Plastics Federation (BPF) has issued a note of caution. While not restricted to the measure, the BPF…

The superior Packaging Co. and L’Oréal’s Zero-Waste Pledge

L’Oréal Paris, Garnier and Maybelline have partnered with The Better Packaging Co to make sustainable packaging in their new sustainability pledge. Garnier, L’Oréal Paris and Maybelline have made the guarantee to send out packages with zero waste, completely recyclable and photodegradable ØPACKS as a team with The Better Packaging Co. The activity has advanced from…

Cannabis company redesigns packaging in reaction of purchaser feedback

When pot became legal last fall, many people questioned the bulky plastic containers it came in. “We clearly understood from the consumer that this was a concern for the cannabis industry in early stages,” says Todd Duncan, vice president of supply chain at FIGR Inc.,a legitimate cannabis company that sells products in both Nova Scotia…

Richmond Firm Battle Glut of Plastic Packaging

The world has a packaging problem – an excessive amount of plastic piling up in landfills or coasting in the sea. Yet, Americans love comfort and there’s developing interest for short-lived items dispatched in styrofoam or pressing peanuts. Presently, three friends from school have begun a Richmond company that keeps items cool without threatening the…