Karlville extends an invitation to all Global Pouch Forum attendees to participate in its Miami Headquarters Facility Tour, held prior to the start of the Forum on June 14, as part of the conference’s 20th year activities agenda.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, along with The Prince of Wales's International Sustainability Unit, launch a $2 million New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize, which calls for innovators to find new ways of designing packaging to help keep plastics out of the ocean.
Visitors at Global Pouch will learn how Sun Chemical’s SunBar (Aerobloc) oxygen barrier coatings offers converters with cost effective, durable, and sustainable films that support lighter weight packaging trends by creating a homogenous, pinhole-free and flexible gas barrier layer that can be easily overprinted with inks and laminated to a variety of secondary films.
Crown Holdings Inc. recently opened a new beverage can manufacturing plant in Nichols, New York. The state-of-the-art plant, which marks the industry’s first greenfield facility in the U.S. in more than 20 years, will support the country’s growing demand for specialty beverage cans.
TC Transcontinental Packaging is pleased to announce that its plant TC Robbie won not only a Gold and a Silver award in the Wide Web/Process/Film category but was also given the highest honor of “Best of Show” for the category at the 2017 Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) Excellence in Flexogaphy Awards Competition.
Cosmoprof North America (CPNA), a B2B beauty trade show in North America, announces the debut of a specially dedicated boutique on Amazon.com featuring over 300 brands who have exhibited at the CPNA event.
At interpack 2017 in Hall 7a, Stand C06, Sun Chemical and its parent company, the DIC Corporation, are demonstrating their capabilities as a global, full service provider of innovative packaging solutions, from concept to consumer, to uniquely address the key aspects of packaging optimization, reflected as five separate zones on the stand: Consumer Protection, World of Color, Lightweighting, Food Waste and Consumer Experience.
Diverse ongoing threats, new regulatory requirements for life critical products and technical evolution will fuel market growth for anti- counterfeiting packaging technologies across the next five years, according to exclusive new data from Smithers Pira.
Recognizing masterful folding carton and rigid box manufacturing, the competition will be adjudicated by a panel of packaging experts in July at PPC headquarters in Springfield, Mass. The winning packages will be revealed at PPC’s 2017 Fall Meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz.