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Coca‑Cola recovery raises full-year expectations

The Coca‑Cola Company has revised its full-year outlook after sales in 2021 continue to rebound faster than expected. Driven by ongoing recovery in markets where...

Give beverage firms ‘priority access’ to rPET: trade bodies

European beverage companies should be given priority access to their recycled plastics material to be able to close the bottle loop and accelerate the...

Coca-Cola GB gears up for 100 per cent rPET switch

Coca-Cola Great Britain (GB) is to transition to 100 per cent recycled plastics in all of its bottles of 500ml or less from September. The...

Protective over packaging

Thermoformer Waddington Europe is augmenting its TamperVisible range of protective packaging products with a hot fill option. Made from high-clarity rPET, the TamperVisible Hot...

SK Chemicals adds high-PCR options to copolyesters range

South Korean firm SK Chemicals has added to its range of cosmetic packaging copolyesters with two variants that contain up to 70 per cent...

Produce Packaging switches to 100 per cent rPET soft fruit containers

Thermoformer Waddington Europe has teamed up with UK distributor Produce Packaging to develop 100 per cent recycled and recyclable soft fruit containers. Made with Waddington’s...

CCEP reveals rPET progress in annual report

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) has reported further progress in its ongoing commitment towards making 100 per cent of its primary packaging recyclable or reusable. In...

Companies merge into PET powerhouse

Two companies operating in the PET sector have merged to be able to serve food, beverage and home care packaging manufacturers more efficiently. Italian design...

Plastipak to build fifth PET recycling facility

US converter Plastipak is to add a facility for the conversion of PET flake into food-grade rPET pellets at its manufacturing site in Toledo,...

Global PET demand rises as virus threat recedes

Global demand for PET and other rigid plastics packaging formats will accelerate through the second half of 2021, according to a report by Smithers. Consuming...

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