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Poligal begins production in Polish plant

Spain-based biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) and cast polypropylene (CPP) film manufacturer Poligal's new Polish plant is now operational. Located in Skarbimierz, the company has reportedly...

Plastic Suppliers seeks expansion in US and Belgium

US-based packaging and industrial plastics film manufacturer Plastic Suppliers Inc (PSI) has hinted at plans to close two sites located in Texas and California...

Winpak subsidiary starts work on BOPA expansion

Winpak's subsidiary American Biaxis (ABI) has started work on an expansion of its production capacity from 11,000 to 14,000 tonnes of biaxially oriented polyamide...

Duo UK ramps up capacity with $1m investment

Duo UK has invested £800,000 ($1 million) in a printing press and a first-of-its-kind in the UK mailing bag conversion machine at its factory in...
films, flexibles, plastic, plastics, packaging

KP to buy Linpac and create global rigid and flexible film...

Rigid plastics film manufacturer The Klöckner Pentaplast Group (KP) has signed a binding agreement to acquire Linpac Senior Holdings and its direct and indirect...
plastic, plastics, packaging

Cosmo installs India’s first 10.4m BOPP line

BOPP film producer Cosmo Films has started up its tenth 10.4 metre BOPP line, which will increase the company's annual capacity by 40 per cent...

CCL moves in on $1.13bn Innovia business

Specialty label, security and packaging solutions supplier CCL Industries has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Innovia Group for approximately $1.13 billion...

Program integrates processes in food and drinks filling plants

Food and drinks manufacturers are able to program their entire filling plants with the implementation of Tetra Pak’s upgraded data management system. PlantMaster has been...

Innovia business bought by Japanese firm

Japanese films manufacturer Futamura has completed its acquisition of the Innovia Films cellulose business.

Barry Twigg admits that he made a mistake with his pre-Brexit forecasts

Brexit’s short-term effects hurting film distribution

The short-term impact of the UK's vote to exit the EU last week has been more dramatic than the chief executive of film distributor National Flexible was expecting, with Barry Twigg admitting that he made a mistake with his pre-Brexit forecast.

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