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NPE 2018 – Captivating innovation for closures

A patent-pending solution unveiled in Orlando, Florida (USA) uses functional in-mould labelling in a novel way to produce consumer friendly caps and closures. Called UfLIPseal,...

Automated acquisition for Swiss firm

Swiss firm Mold & Robotics Group, which owns injection mould producer Müller, has agreed to acquire CBW Automation, based in Fort Collins, USA, and...

Anchor flies the British flag

Anchor is aiming to tap into the growing popularity of ‘real butter’ by launching a new look to showcase the ‘Britishness’ of its brand. A...

CGS has global plans after Müller IML purchase

Investment group CGS has bought a stake in IML producer H. Müller-Fabrique de Moules SA CGS and stated that it wishes to build the...

IML producer enters North America

In-mould labelling manufacturer Verstraete is preparing to build an €18 million ($20m) production site in Tennessee, US, which will be the Belgian company’s first...

Sonoco invests €8m in IML production

Sonoco Europe has invested €8 million ($9m) at its Zwenkau, Germany site to boost production capacity for injection moulded rigid plastics packaging using IML...

Sweet success comes with IML

US confectionery giant Hershey's is introducing its Chocotubs product into the Brazilian market using packaging that incorporates in-mould labelling (IML).

High five for Verstraete in IMDA awards

A double-sided IML label supplied by Verstraete IML has helped German salad producer HOMANN win 'Best Label Design' at the In-Mold Decorating Association (IMDA) awards in Chicago, USA.

Verstraete IML expansion on track

Nine months on from the start of its plant expansion in Maldegem, Belgium, Verstraete IML has confirmed that construction is on schedule and machinery will be moved into the building during December and January.

In-mould label producer expanding in 2015

Belgium-based Verstraete IML has revealed plans to increase its production capacity in Maldegem by 20 per cent next year, which includes the installation of three new printing presses by March.