Markem-Imaje has launched MW470, a white ink suitable for coding non-returnable and returnable dark glass bottles.
Klöckner Pentaplast has acquired Farmamak, a rigid film manufacturer in Turkey and surrounding regions. With annual sales of €47 million, Farmamak employs approximately 230 people.
The formula for a non-toxic, non-stick coating that lets loose every last drop of tomato sauce from the bottle has been cracked.
New data confirm EFSA's previous conclusion that bisphenol A (BPA) might affect the immune system in animals, but the evidence is too limited to draw any conclusions for human health.
Deschutes Brewery has brought two of its beers to life with virtual reality films that provide viewers with an immersive experience of Oregon landmarks.
PepUp is an innovative, flexible, one hand use and self-closing pouch from Gualapack Group Italy.
Pakistan-based dairy producer Fauji Foods Ltd has become the first company to introduce its tea creamer in Ecolean's Air Aseptic 125 mL package.
DGP Intelsius has extended its ORCA range of temperature-controlled packaging.
Klöckner Pentaplast's clikPET is a PET-based technology for yogurt packaging.
The Pact Group has delivered a better packaging solution for a2 Milk that allows customers to "feel the difference" as soon as they come into contact with the product.
A packaging film is being developed that is edible, biodegradable and offers better spoilage resistance than plastic.
Sirane has launched a range of antimicrobial absorbent packaging for meat, seafood and fruit.
Sacmi's Plastic Closure CCM machine can produce 2000 caps/min.
HERMA has launched two label adhesive products.
International packaging company Orora is increasing its New Zealand manufacturing capabilities, with an injection of more than $25 million in its three key sites in Christchurch, Hastings and Auckland.