Charta Global, strategic partner to Asia Pulp & Paper, launches Enza Kraft, a certified, bleached virgin pulp-based, machine-glazed paper with gloss on one side and a bit coarse surface on the other side of the paper.
Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm focused on growth investing, announced that funds affiliated with the firm have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Duravant LLC, a global automation and engineered equipment company serving the food processing, packaging and material handling sectors.
Cosmo Films has come up with an improvised anti-fog film with excellent cold & hot anti fog properties and high hot tack & low co-efficient of friction, which can deliver high speed over wrapping performance.
A recent survey by Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials, North America, reveals that most shoppers have had challenges with removable labels that provide price and/or product information that are found on retail products.
Public health advocates recently used a little-known legal tool today to challenge a recent FDA move allowing a toxic chemical in food packaging. The groups filed an objection to FDA’s decision to continue to allow perchlorate in dry food packaging.
Shifts in consumer lifestyles and the consequent demand for convenience products are contributing to a growing use of flexible packaging, replacing traditional formats, such as glass jars and metal cans, according to a report by Smithers Pira.
On April 24, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, University of Rhode Island (URI) President David M. Dooley, Toray Plastics (America) President and CEO Mike Brandmeier, URI College of Engineering Dean Raymond Wright, and Kalvin Cho, a URI College of Engineering student, broke ground on the construction of a new, $125 million engineering complex at URI.