Consumables-Substrates - Film
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.
The new labelstocks from Mactac can maintain whiteness, barcode legibility, and adhesive performance at temperatures as high as 572 degrees Fahrenheit, and are designed for barcode applications such as circuit boards, electronics, automotive components, and appliances.
Mactac has expanded its portfolio of security solutions by launching nine new tamper-evident labelstocks designed to help brands improve product authenticity while protecting against product tampering, retail theft, and fraud.
Toppan Printing has developed all-PET (polyethylene terephthalate) laminate monomaterial flexible packaging for individual packages. The combination of PET-based GL FILM with PET sealant enables a more readily recyclable alternative to conventional individual packaging composed of multiple materials, often including aluminum.
In response to customer requests for a high-end textured product for the label market, Nobelus has launched the new LavishLinen Virgin OverLaminate. The new film will be on display at LuxePack New York on May 15 and 16.
The Mactac Performance Adhesives Group has announced the expansion of its LAS laser products. Featuring strong layflat characteristics and compatibility with multiple adhesives and printing processes, LAS products are often used in industrial labeling applications.
Mactac announced it is now offering its cold temperature label solutions as a bundled offering, featuring four of Mactac’s cold temperature pressure-sensitive adhesives, covering the gamut of customers’ cold temperature label application needs.