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Thermoforming industry to reach $57bn

The thermoform packaging industry is predicted to reach $57.6 billion by 2024, according to Transparency Market Research. A report from the research firm puts the...

Clariant and Sicpa ward off medical fakes

Chemicals firm Clariant and security solutions manufacturer Sicpa have joined together to develop Plastiward, an integrated protection for plastics pharmaceutical packaging or medical devices. Launched...

Carpi factory ‘biggest thermoforming hub in Italy’

Marchesini Group has inaugurated what it claims will be "the biggest thermoforming hub in Italy" with a new factory in Carpi, Italy. Employing 50 people...

Constantia aims to shine with Lamp purchase

Constantia Flexibles Group is strengthening its position in the European pharmaceutical packaging industry through the acquisition of the flexible packaging business owned by Italy's...

Flexi-Cap keeps pharmaceuticals fit for consumption

Specialty pharmaceutical labelling solutions provider Schreiner MediPharm has introduced a security solution that indicates the first opening of primary containers to prevent their illegal...

UK chemical firms remain positive

Despite weakening sales and exports in the second quarter of 2016, UK chemical and pharmaceutical companies are continuing their positive outlook in the midst...

Tekni-Plex targets Indian pharma market

US-based Tekni-Plex has opened a closure liner manufacturing facility in India to serve growing demand for high-quality solutions for regulated pharmaceuticals.

Amcor picks up two awards

Amcor has won two DuPont Packaging Awards for an rPET bottle and a pharmaceutical package.

Pro Mach increases pharmaceutical capabilities

Pro Mach has acquired machinery firm NJM Packaging, as it looks to expand its footprint in the pharmaceutical, personal care and contract packaging markets. The deal will also increase the US-based company's role as an integrated solutions provider.

From Mickey Mouse to protection outside the house

A UK skincare company is claiming to be the first cosmetics firm in the world to use a clear compostable and biodegradable clear filmic packaging material.

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