Consumables-Substrates - Film
ACTEGA has announced the launch of Signite, a patented, premium quality decorating solution, designed to significantly reduce, and one day eliminate, waste in label production.
UPM Raflatac’s revolutionary Vanish PCR plastic labeling materials for the U.S. market have been independently certified by SCS Global Services as featuring at least 90 percent post-consumer recycled content in both the face and liner.
ProAmpac has announced the launch of ProActive Recyclable R-2000F. This patent-pending film is the newest member of the ProActive Sustainability product family and has been prequalified for store drop-off recycling through polyethylene recycling streams.
UPM Raflatac is strengthening its position in the fast-growing linerless labelstock market by scaling up its production capacity and building a new production line in Nowa Wies, Poland. The new production line is expected to be operational at the end of 2021.
SLF from Innovia Films is a chlorine-free film that delivers exceptional barrier levels to oxygen, moisture, aroma, and mineral oils. It has been designed with a wide sealing range, making it perfect for high speed horizontal-form-fill-seal packaging of biscuits, bakery, and confectionery type products.
Avery Dennison offers security technologies to help converters create tamper-resistant packaging and solutions for brand owners.
The antimicrobial technology used in this film tackles the globally growing problem of bacterial infections on packaged items by providing a completely new approach of preventing microbial colonization on the surface.
The new narrow-web format floor graphic solutions from Mactac can be used for social distancing, safety signage, and more, on a wide variety of indoor surfaces. Some of the surfaces these products can adhere are standard tile, vinyl linoleum, terrazzo, ceramic tile, smooth sealed concrete, and hardwood floors.
Four months after launching its Channeled Choice portfolio of high-quality pressure-sensitive papers and films, Channeled Resources Group has announced it has shipped out 25 million feet of material.