Consumables-Substrates - Film
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.
Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials has launched Global MDO Next Generation, a semi-squeeze film that offers brands and converters enhanced clarity, conformability and sustainability.
S-One Labels & Packaging and Charter NEX Films have partnered to produce ReTreve GreenArrow High Clarity PE Print Film. The film can be reverse printed and laminated to Charter NEX / Retreve PE sealant films to produce Store Drop-off recyclable packaging.
Mactac has announced its entrance into the cannabis market with the launch of new pressure-sensitive paper and film solutions designed for the fast-growing segment. The new labeling solutions can be utilized for various forms of cannabis products and multiple packaging formats.
Through this strategic partnership, UPM Raflatac is introducing new roll-fed pressure sensitive labeling solutions constructed from Mohawk Renewal Straw (30% Straw + 70% Post-Consumer Waste) and Mohawk Renewal Hemp (30% Hemp + 70% Post-Consumer Waste).
Innovia Films' new family of recyclable BOPP films, Encore, is manufactured from non-food based raw materials and are similar to fossil-based BOPP films. The first two grades of Encore film to be launched will be a low-temperature pressure film for packaging and one for pressure-sensitive labeling applications.
UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of UPM Raflatac Forest Film PE, a film label made from wood-based materials. The new label material has been launched in an effort to decrease the use of fossil-based virgin raw materials in home and personal care labeling applications.
With increased demand for takeout and food delivery due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Acucote has launched a new line of food closure labels that feature tamper-evident capabilities.