Category: 03 Consumables

Leonhard Kurz presents innovations in plastic decoration at CES 2021

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Leonhard Kurz will once again be presenting innovations in the field of plastic decoration at this year’s all-digital CES innovation show, which will take place online due to the coronavirus

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Druk-ker, Hungary: “Our vision is the added value of partnerships: we found it with OMET”

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Druk-ker Nyomdaipari Kft is a Hungarian company founded in 1992 as a family business. Specialized in offset, digital and flexo technologies, it’s the shrink sleeve leader in Hungary. They have

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InterPrint starts to digitize its label production

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InterPrint starts to digitize its label production with dry toner technology offered by Xeikon CX3. Thanks to the Xeikon CX3, InterPrint works with low levels of stock and boosts productivity

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“Transformer” Folded Cross to Petal Top Gift Box

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This week, we’re sharing a brilliant format that starts out flat, and transforms into a reversible, petal-top gift box. Designed by VSA Partners and printed by Classic Color for Sappi

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Ramboll’s new European Study: Single-use paper-based packaging in quick service restaurants is better for the environment than reusable tableware

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Study challenges common perception that reusable tableware has lower environmental impacts. It does not! A study released by the European Paper Packaging Association (EPPA) reveals that single-use paper-based food and

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BOBST opens a Digital Inkjet Demonstration Center in Barcelona

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BOBST wants to shape the future of the label industry and believes digitalization is the main driver. BOBST has expanded its demonstration capabilities with a dedicated demonstration center outside of

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Print over one million unique codes per hour with Domino’s high speed

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Whilst most of us were glad to see the end of 2020 with all the disruption and distress caused by Covid-19, many label and packaging printers experienced a healthy growth

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Sappi Europe announces a price increase for Fine Paper grades by US$ 50/ton for all Overseas markets

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The decrease in consumption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic continues to place strong pressure on prices. In combination with cost increases in paper production and transport this has continued to

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Dual inspector launched by Enprom

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Enprom Solutions has launched the eRR40, a dual inspector and rewinder machine that can be used in both shrink sleeve and flexible packaging markets. The unit provides packaging manufacturers two

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Medialliance Graphic receives best in class certification from Esko

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French company Medialliance Graphic Bourgoin Jallieu has become the first business to achieve a ‘best in class’ plate making certification under a new program introduced by Esko. The XPS Crystal

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International Paper to sell Turkish corrugated packaging operations to Mondi

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International Paper plans to exit the Turkish market. The company will part with its five corrugated packaging plants in the country. International Paper (IP) has followed through with its plans

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De Jong builds new production and storage hall in De Lier

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Dutch corrugated packaging manufacturer De Jong Packaging is expanding its production and storage capacity at its headquarters in De Lier (near The Hague). In cooperation with the real estate development

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SCA plans to hike kraftliner prices in Europe

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SCA has announced plans to increase prices of white and brown kraftliner by €50 per tonne in continental Europe. The new price is to be valid for deliveries from 1

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Domtar to sell Personal Care business to American Industrial Partners

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Domtar is proceeding with the reorganisation of its businesses. After announcing cuts in the fine paper segment and the entry into the containerboard market, the company will part with its

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Pulp producers announce higher prices for both benchmark grades as from 1 January

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Pulp suppliers would like see 2021 begin with sometimes markedly higher prices as pulp producers announced hikes effective as of 1 January for both hardwood and softwood pulp. Prices for

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Pandemic’s effects accelerate downward trend on the German fine paper market in 2020

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On the fine paper market in Germany, the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting slump in advertising activity in 2020 caused an acceleration of the existing downward trend in deliveries. Printers

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