Consumables-Substrates - Paper
Because premium brands often require extraordinary black labels to convey the quality of their product, Technicote has expanded its Black Chromecast line of products, which provide a superior quality appearance.
Under the agreement, Kernow North America will begin manufacturing and supplying distribution customers of Mohawk Digital Synthetics with the full range of KernowPrint, KernowPrint Pro, and KernowPrint Pro-Lite synthetic papers directly.
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.
Mactac Roll Label has announced the launch of two new products for its Optiscan product line of thermal transfer labeling solutions. The new products feature facestocks that are 14% thinner caliper than current products, making for a more sustainable option.
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.
Mactac has launched its latest line of labels designed for cold food packaging and cold, damp substrates. The Wet Strength CHILL AT labels feature wet strength properties beneficial for harsh environments.
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.
With the cannabis and CBD markets on the rise, Neenah Packaging has launched a line of hemp fiber papers that align with the brands serving that segment. The new hemp fiber papers provide for strong printing results, sustainability design attributes, and a luxurious appearance.
Sappi offers more sustainable options with its optimized Guard M paper, which delivers a mineral oil barrier and a high grease barrier, while the Guard MS provides increased heat sealability. Sappi offers both papers in two variants: “Nature” is uncoated and has a natural feel, and “Silk” has a silky matte appearance.
In many cases, paper manufacturers have been closing mills, taking papermaking machines off-line or rededicating machines to produce more profitable substrates, such as paperboard and packaging grades.