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At the 75th North American Paperboard Packaging Competition, TPC Printing & Packaging was recognized for outstanding design and production for five different projects, collecting a total of nine different awards. TPC has been a Scodix UltraPro with Foil digital enhancement press user since May 2017, and has recently become North America’s first Scodix E106 system user.
Together with partners, Covestro is investigating how recycling polyurethane plastics can be significantly improved. The materials manufacturer is part of the new Europe-wide research project called "PUReSmart", which comprises nine companies and academic institutions from six countries.
Tetra Pak announced that it is to become the first company in the food and beverage carton industry to offer full-color digital printing on its carton packages, working in collaboration with Koenig & Bauer, a global leader in the field.
Diet Coke entered a new era in 2018 by debuting a modern new look, sleek new packaging, four bold new flavors and new marketing – with the goal of reenergizing and contemporizing the beloved brand for new drinkers and loyal fans alike.
Berry Global Group, Inc. (NYSE: BERY) proudly announces they have joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste as a founding member. This new organization is currently comprised of 27 companies and is making an initial five-year, $1.5 billion commitment to invest in solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment.
A coalition including many of the world’s largest consumer product companies, along with international recycling leader TerraCycle, today unveiled a global, first-of-its-kind, shopping system called Loop. The initiative is designed to change the world’s reliance on single-use packaging, offer a convenient and enhanced circular solution to consumers, while securing meaningful environmental benefits.