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Europe: Toyo Ink releases inks for food-safe packaging

Toyo Ink has developed the Elex-one series of EB (electron beam) curable flexo inks, which is VOC-free, making it an ideal solution for food-safe...

Europe: Smurfit Kappa wins 5 WorldStar Awards

Smurfit Kappa has won five 2017 WorldStar Awards, for the company's EMEA network and are comprised of winners from Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria...

Europe: ThinFilm, Beneli partner on NFC packaging

Thin Film Electronics ASA partners with Sweden-based Beneli AB to strengthen the former's converter program by providing strategic coverage in Scandinavia and the broader...

Europe: RPC company packages crème fraîche in France

Customers in France can now enjoy crème fraîche from Normandy packed in tubs developed in collaboration with RPC Bebo Bouxwiller. For more than 100 years,...

Asia Pacific: Sato releases new label printer

Sato introduces the WS4 compact desktop label printer line for applications in retail, healthcare, logistics and manufacturing workplaces worldwide. The all-in-one WS4 was developed jointly...

Americas: Crown releases metal lids for PET containers

Crown Holdings releases new metal closures that are compatible with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) containers. The new package combination offers considerable weight, efficiency and breakage...

Europe: Smurfit Kappa package design wins award

The Pressade La Fabrique à jus has won an Oscar de L'Emballage award for its convenience and ability to keep the product fresher for...

Americas: Butler Automatic adds reclosable functionality to machine

Butler Automatic says its film splicers such as the SP1 Automatic Splicer can make pre-applied zipper film easy to incorporate into existing packaging lines. As...

Europe: RPC companies win award for salad packaging

RPC Superfos and RPC Promens have received a WorldStar 2017 award for their packaging solution for a range of premium cold salads from Orkla...

Americas: US retailer uses Uflex’s packaging solution for chips

US-based Whole Foods Market has repackaged its tortilla chips with India’s Uflex to prevent product spoilage, wastage whilst maintaining a green look. Whole Foods Market...

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