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GN tightens Vulcan grip on Asia

Canada's GN Thermoforming Equipment has expanded its agreement with current Chinese agent Vulcan Plastics Technology to include key Southeast Asia territories, as the company...

Sonoco acquires Peninsula in $230m deal

Sonoco will nearly double the size of its thermoforming business after it agreed a deal to acquire Peninsula Packaging for US$230 million. Owned by a fund...

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...

UNI Packaging supplies 11-layer film to UK

Flexible packaging group UNI Packaging has teamed up with VF Verpackungen to roll out its AMILEN 11-layer film range to the UK market. The move...

VisiPak expands thermoforming capabilities

VisiPak has acquired thermoforming manufacturer National Plastics as it looks to expand its current product line to include additional shapes and sizes. Production at both...

Standard clamshell wins design vote

The standard clamshell with side hinge and platform snap was voted the easiest 'easy-open' clamshell prototype by visitors to the Dordan Manufacturing booth at...

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...

Growing market for thermoformed plastics

The market for thermoformed plastics products is set for more growth and it is competing well against rival processes because of improvements in its technologies, according to a report from BCC research.

Asian firms secure thermoforming JV

Indian plastics manufacturer Delta Thermoformers is set to start a joint venture with China-based Zhejiang Xinyuanfang Plastic Co, as the businesses aim to expand their footprint in the Asian market.

Thermoformer investment to double turnover

UK-based thermoformed packaging specialist Leeds Vacuum Formers (LVF) has invested more than £1 million ($1.56m) in new machinery, warehouse facilities and supporting infrastructure, which the company says will enable it to double its turnover within the next five years.

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