The Wasdell Group’s new facility in Dundalk, Ireland has begun operations after receiving its Manufacturer’s / Importation Authorisation licence (MIA).
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The Absolut Company has signed a 10-year agreement with Ardagh Glass Limmared AB for the continued production of Absolut Vodka bottles.
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SIG has worked with Unilever to make aseptic cartons with ASI-certified aluminium foil available to consumers.
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Straight Forward Design has worked on brand and packaging strategy for a new healthy nutritional lentils snack for Mars in India.
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Tetra Pak has started field testing of its paper straws for beverage products with its European customers, and will share its technology with the industry.
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Ultimate Digital has picked up the Flexible Packaging Award at the 2019 HP Inkspiration Awards UK & Ireland, for the firm’s innovative Kids Ink brand.
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SICK has unveiled its next-generation of smart photoelectric 2D light array sensors to detect difficult-to-see products moving on high-speed conveyors in packaging machinery.
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The Scottish government is mulling over a 20-25p charge on disposable coffee cups.
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Curtis Packaging are the forerunners of sustainable packaging and have always strived to produce luxury printed packaging with minimal impact on the environment.
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Companies in the plastic sector are worried about the prospect of a no deal Brexit, according to a survey by the British Plastics Federation (BPF).
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