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Polish packaging firm expands local presence

Plastics packaging maker Marpol S.A. has secured permission from the Polish competitions watchdog UOKiK to acquire local producer GTX Hanex Plastic sp. z o.o....

BPF criticises bottle deposit scheme motion

The British Plastics Federation (BPF) believe calls from UK Green Party leader Caroline Lucas for a bottle deposit return scheme (DRS) to be applied...

PET bottle collections up in Europe

The recycling and collection volumes of PET bottles in Europe increased by five per cent to over 1.8 million tonnes in 2015 compared to...

ICE bottle is hot news for Horners

A bottle that pushes PET to the limits of what is possible has won the Design and Innovation in Plastics and the Horners Bottlemaking...

44 per cent of UK bottles not recycled, claims Recycle Now

Each year the average UK household uses 480 plastics bottles but only recycles 270 of them, claims Recycle Now, which has released new data...
Sales increase leads to KHS expansion

Sales increase leads to KHS expansion

Packaging and filling systems manufacturer KHS has completed the construction of an assembly shop at its Hamburg plant in Germany. This follows a growing...

Swiss firm sells PET bottle business

Säntis Packaging is to sell its PET bottle blow moulding business to start-up firm Bonapack for an undisclosed sum. The fellow Swiss company has already...

Bottled water overtakes CSDs in US

Consumption of bottled water will exceed carbonated drinks in the US for the first time this year, according to researchers Euromonitor. In newly-released figures, consumption...

Stirling effort by Nampak with bottle plant

Plastics packaging producer Nampak Plastics Europe is set for a multi-million pound investment in Stirling, Scotland, with plans to open a bottle manufacturing plant in the city, creating 20 jobs.

Asian brand launches 100 per cent rPET bottle

A first-of-its-kind bottle for Asia has been launched by Watsons Water - in collaboration with non-profit organisation The Ocean Recovery Alliance (OCR) - which uses 100 per cent recycled PET material.

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