In this issue: The latest research, insights and analysis from GlobalData, including smart...
- Inside Packaging – Market Focus Special Issue – May 2018
- Chewing gum packaging with integrated bin aims to tackle street mess
- Costa launches scheme to recycle up to 500 million takeaway cups per year
- Procter & Gamble reveals packaging sustainability strategy
- UK Government sets up £60m fund to cut down plastic
Inside Packaging – Market Focus Special Issue – May 2018
In this issue: The latest research, insights and analysis from GlobalData, including smart and simple pack designs and how packaging can add value to toiletries and hygiene products
Uflex Launches Solvent-Based Laminating Adhesive
Uflex Limited’s Chemicals Business has unveiled a general performance 2K solvent-based PU laminating adhesive under FLEXBON Brand for food packaging and general applications.
No restrictions: capitalising on miniature products
The booming travel-size products industry shows no sign of slowing down, so it makes perfect sense that brands of all shapes and sizes are offering their best-selling, sweet-smelling goods to travellers. Emma-Jane Batey reports.
Formulation by Uflex Creates Barrier Packaging for Edible-Oil Reprocessable
In a big boost to its commitment towards sustainability and circular economy, India’s largest multinational flexible packaging materials and solution company Uflex Limited has developed a customised formulation that renders barrier packaging for edible-oil reprocessable.
Ocean plastic: the initiative behind the bottle
Last year, Procter & Gamble launched the Fairy Ocean plastic bottle, made from 10% ocean plastic and 90% post-consumer recycled plastic. Katie Woodward finds out more about the initiative behind the bottle and how the industry is addressing ocean pollution.
Paper packaging: using moulded fibre as a sustainable alternative
As an alternative to plastic, Colourform from James Cropper uses a process similar to paper-making to create sustainable packaging. Elliot Gardner speaks to Colourform commercial director Susan Wilson to find out more.
Packaging innovation spotlight: multi-functional closure takes the mess out of application
Applying pain relief gel can be a messy process and leaves a sticky residue on one's hands that needs to be washed off, but this is not always practical or possible. However, this is no longer a problem thanks to GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare's recent introduction in Germany and Austria of Voltaren Schmerzgel in a handy applicator pack with a multipurpose closure.
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