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US film converter goes ‘off the grid’

Construction of a second cogeneration system is underway at Toray Plastics (America)'s 70-acre North Kingstown, Rhode Island campus, which will enable the US company to operate 'off the grid' and prevent the kind of electrical power outages that can occur with conventional power plants.

New agent to convert Canada business

DTM Flexo Services is to represent the Atlas & Titan range of slitter rewinders in Canada as part of Atlas Converting Equipment's drive to increase its market share in the country.

Chesapeake to be sold to The Carlyle Group

Packaging converter Chesapeake is to be sold by its equity owners - Irving Place Capital (IPC) and funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management - to The Carlyle Group, which is based in the US.

Converter MD honoured by the Queen

The managing director of UK-based flexible packaging and machinery manufacturer, Clifton Packaging Group, has been an awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his contributions to business, sport and the community.

Specialist print “artificially high”, claims converter

Packaging buyers are being asked to pay too much for treated and printed lidding films, with some currently expected to pay as much as 20 per cent more than they should be, claims UK-based converter TCL Packaging of Telford.

Award maps out Atlas achievements

Atlas Converting Equipment has won the C2 European Converting Innovation Award for 2013 at the ICE Europe exhibition in Munich, Germany, for the advanced design of its 'next generation' Titan SR9 Series slitter rewinders.

Finnish converter seeks better efficiency

Finnish packaging converter Huhtamaki Oyj has started efficiency improving measures in order to improve competitiveness within its Foodservice Europe-Asia-Oceania segment.

Paccor unveils German technology centre

A new Centre for Development and Innovation (CDI) has been opened in Germany by European plastics packaging converter, Paccor. It is located at Paccor's headquarters in Zell.

Higher selling prices steer European flexible packaging industry

Rising inks, adhesives and energy costs being passed on to customers through higher selling prices was the main factor in European flexible packaging production growing by 5 per cent in value terms in 2011, reports PCI Films Consulting.

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