Henkel introduced Perwoll bottle made from chemically recycled plastic and Coca-Cola opened a canning production line at its Wakefield facility, UK. Packaging-gateway.com wraps up key headlines from October 2019.
German consumer goods company Henkel and packaging supplier ALPLA have developed a new Perwoll bottle from chemically recycled plastic as part of BASF-led pilot project ChemCycling.
US-based Graphic Packaging International (GPI) has expanded its sustainable packaging portfolio with a new paperboard solution KeelClip.
US-based bottled water brand FIJI Water has committed to making all plastic bottles from 100% recycled plastic (rPET) by 2025.
Calgary Co-operative Association (Calgary Co-op) has announced its commitment to eliminate plastic shopping bags sold at Co-op Food Stores.
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Sustainable packaging supplier Ball is planning to invest $200m to open an aluminium cup manufacturing facility in the US.
OptionOne Pharmacy has partnered with TemperPack to use a new packaging alternative for replacing expanded polystyrene (EPS), also known as Styrofoam.
UK-based Nice-Pak has introduced 100% recyclable packaging for wet wipes to enhance the sustainability of its products and packaging.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is set to expand its Wakefield facility in the UK by opening a £24m canning production line.
Thimm Packaging Systems is set to acquire two ISL Group’s foam solutions and technical moulded parts firms in Germany.