These are all the posts that have been tagged with packaging.
Wolf Packaging, whose UK business arm is based in Birmingham, received orders for over 300 machines in 2018, while the group’s profitable revenue exceeded €30 million for the first time in the company’s history.
PPC Flexible Packaging, a provider of custom flexible packaging for specialty food, healthcare, and horticultural markets, today announced the acquisition of HFM Packaging Ltd.
Thames Enterprise Park Ltd has announced a further £8.5m of investment to help transform the former Coryton Oil Refinery site into a new superhub, creating up to 4,500 jobs.
The deal is the first to be secured by Unilever’s new chief executive Alan Jope since his appointment last month. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Crown Aerosols & Promotional Packaging Europe has worked with 20TenCreative to produce a custom tin for New York Bakery Co, most well-known for their bagels.
The International Food & Drink Event (IFE) 2019 has announced it is collaborating with six industry experts for this year’s fair, to “help build the best and most insightful IFE for buyers and producers alike”.
i2r Packaging Solutions has unveiled a new aluminium smoothwall container for food that will be launched at the Packaging Innovations Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 27-28 February.
The Reusable Packaging Association (RPA) has named Rick Sasse as its new chairman of the board of directors.
Packaging manufacturer, Qualvis, has produced a new boldly coloured range of cartons for Whitakers Chocolates’ new wafer flavours and a newly introduced honeycomb bite range.
Henkel’s senior experts in food safe packaging are hosting a range of dedicated webinars on global food safety regulations.
Entries are now open for this year’s Sustainable Food Awards, the only international awards dedicated to sustainability in the food industry
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Allergen food labels are a source of confusion for today’s Brits according to latest research from Mintel, as only 37% of consumers agree that it is easy to identify which allergens a product is free from by its label.
Flexible Packaging Europe (FPE) presents new toolkit looking at the sustainability of flexible packaging.