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Polish firm starts production on BOPP line

Alupol Films has started production on a five-layer polypropylene film line in the Special Economic Zone of the Krakow Technology Park in Oswiecim, Poland. The...
Investment firm acquires Treofan

Investment firm acquires Treofan

Investment company M&C has purchased all the remaining shares in Treofan to become the sole owner of the BOPP film producer. The Italian firm...

Innovia wraps up the rage

Innovia Films is expanding its portfolio of BOPP films with its Propafilm RCP now on the market in 52 and 60 microns. The company...

Film aims to build a concrete market in India

A BOPP film has been developed by Cosmo Films that is seeking to reduce the large amounts of product spoilage in the world's second...

Innovia focusing on BOPP

UK-based Innovia films is refocusing its strategy on strengthening its BOPP films area, following the sale of its cellulose business.

$20m BOPP deal in Turkey

Packaging maker Ismet Ambalaj has purchased a 26 per cent stake in fellow Turkish business Polinas Plastik in a deal that is said to be worth $20.5 million.

China the exception in BOPP growth

Demand for BOPP film grew by 4 per cent in 2015, with China the sole exception in a global industry that is set to advance at around 5 per cent annually until 2020, giving rise to a demand of 9.5 million tonnes, according to market research company AMI.

Treofan streamlines European structure

BOPP film manufacturer Treofan is set to combine the responsibility of its European plants into a single job role entitled chief operations officer Europe (COO Europe), with Luigi Martinese filling the new position.

Jindal Films Americas relocates HQ

BOPP film producer Jindal Films Americas (JFA) is relocating its US R&D centre and national headquarters to the company's LaGrange facility in Georgia at a cost of $180 million.

Change at the top for Biaxplen

Russian BOPP film producer Biaxplen has reshuffled some of its senior positions as part of an integration into parent company Sibur's basic polymers division.

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