Consumables-Substrates - Paperboard
BillerudKorsnäs is introducing two new low grammages of its flagship cartonboard product, CrownBoard Prestige. Made at KM7, the world’s most modern board machine, the two new low grammages are particularly interesting for the graphics industry.
The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) recently named the Hazen Paper 2020 holographic calendar “Best Applied Decorative/Packaging Product” at the Excellence in Holography Awards 2020.
Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. has released its new portfolio of Monadnock Envi PC 100 Coated Performance Board for premium packaging. Recyclable Envi PC 100 Performance Board is crafted in the United States and is FSC Certified, with 100% post-consumer waste recycled fiber.
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.
Sonoco has completed the acquisition of Corenso Holdings America, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of uncoated recycled paperboard and high-performance cores in the packaging industry, from a company owned by investment funds advised by Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC and management.
Rayonier Advanced Materials has launched Kallima box, a new folding grade offering. The new three-ply folding boxboard grade is manufactured in North America and provides a foldable and printable solution for packaging, cartons, POP displays, and other applications.
The new Atelier paperboard from Sappi provides a distinct combination of visual and physical features, allowing packaging designers to develop a multi-sensory experience for consumers. The versatile paperboard can be finished using a wide variety of technologies and can be printed with offset, flexographic and screen platforms.
Newcomers to the paperboard packaging industry learned about the process of carton converting during the PPC Folding Carton Boot Camp.
To expand its business with pharmaceutical and luxury products customers, Utah Paperbox Company installed a Heidelberg Diana 55 Eye inspection system, becoming the first North American install of the device.
Paper and paperboard may be long-established packaging materials, but brands in luxury and premium markets still rely on its appeal to discerning consumers.