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Envases Group acquires Multi-Substrate Nilpeter FA-22 for Buenos Aires Plant
Argentinian packaging holding, Envases Group, has aquired a Nilpeter FA-22 Multi-Substrate Press to further build on their leading status in the South American region. Envases Group has plants in Buenos Aires, San Luis and in Cartagena, Colombia, and specializes in aerosol aluminium and tinplate cans. Last year, the company launched a new pharmaceutical packaging division with the acquisition of the only roll-to-roll Hapa digital printer in Latin America.

ETI Technology center expands its ability in order to serve the community
In these exceptional times, ETI (www.eticonverting.com) is proud to be helping another Montreal based company, Tristan by manufacturing protective face shields during the pandemic. Tristan provides quality clothing for men and women. With high performance equipment, ETI was able to quickly adapt its state-of-the-art technology to die-cut face shields, thus providing Tristan the necessary material to complete the final assembly.

The Naked Collective strips drinks to the clean essentials
A new range of premium health drinks from UK beverage company The Naked Collective, based on a ‘clean and simple’ philosophy, are to be launched in infinitely recyclable 33cl Sleek aluminium cans from Ardagh Group.

Production Interface minimizes case and pallet labeling downtime and rework
The 2200 Production Interface launched from Markem-Imaje reduces the risk of rework and recalls by minimizing the scope for operator error, since label data and formats can be more easily controlled. Downtime is reduced by the ability to preview and adjust labels digitally. It is also improved by a large intuitive touchscreen which helps operators work more quickly.

Marchesini Group presents “X DAYS 2020”
Now, more than ever, we need some extraordinary events to keep in touch. In May, Marchesini Group should have welcomed its customers at its exhibition booth at the German trade show Interpack, where it should have illustrated the new technologies exploited to package pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.

igus opens digital innovations trade show 2020
In its virtual trade show, igus is now presenting more than 100 plastic innovations and product range additions from all areas of motion plastics. Around 400 square metres in size, the real stand is now open to visitors on the Internet and, using multimedia, provides information on the topic of "Cost down, Life up. It’s our job." The trade show is part of the digital support given to customers, whereby personal guided tours, person-to-person meetings and group meetings on the stand can be arranged.

Siegwerk and APK AG succeed at de-inking of plastic film-recyclate
Siegwerk, one of the world's leading providers of printing inks for packaging applications and labels, and APK AG, a specialist in the production of high-quality plastic recyclate from packaging waste, successfully completed de-inking trials of twofold printed LDPE-films. The strategic cooperation of the two companies, which started in October 2019, contributes its first ground breaking insights to facilitating the efficient recycling of flexible packaging applications.

Koehler NexPlus® Seal at the Center of Communication
Flexibility and creativity are the order of the day for brand communication in times when gatherings are prohibited, and trade fairs are being canceled. There are a lot of developments regarding flexible packaging paper products in particular, so Koehler accepted the invitation of the specialist magazine Packaging Europe to take part in a live broadcast on the topic of “Sustainable Materials, Innovation & COVID-19.”

Romaco goes digital with a virtual showroom
Romaco has just opened its first virtual showroom with several new products and a spotlight on sustainability and digitalisation. Rather than at interpack 2020, the technologies are now on permanent display on the new online platform.

Herma show labeling of variable box heights
HERMA grabbed a lot of attention last year with its linerless labeling system, which was recognized as the first of its kind to cater for the strict requirements imposed by shipping labels. Now for the first time, the self-adhesive solutions specialist is demonstrating its ability to apply labels to the top of shipping cases of different heights that are fed to the applicator in any sequence.

European self-adhesive labelstock demand surges in Q1, mixed prospects in the face of Covid-19
European labelstock demand grew by 6.8% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same quarter last year. The increase followed modest growth rates of 1.8% and 1.4% recorded in 2019 and 2018 respectively, although the second half of 2019 already indicated an upward trend with above 3% year-on-year increases. Inevitably though, the current and future quarter results are and will be severely impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns in countries around Europe since March, as short term demand for critical supplies to the food, pharmaceutical and medical markets surged and retail chains started stockpiling in anticipation of prolonged lockdown periods and consumer hoarding.

New Xact controller from the Baumer hhs Go product family for simple operation and flexibility in the gluing process
Baumer hhs introduces its compact and intuitive Xact controller, whose range of functions is geared entirely to automated gluing. The controller incorporates the latest software and hardware technology, giving customers maximum flexibility. They can run all of their Baumer hhs hot melt and cold glue application heads on the Xact and implement both simple and complex gluing applications cost-efficiently. Short setup times and high reliability make the new controller the ideal solution for high-precision gluing in many areas of folding carton production, end-of-line packaging and print finishing.

Dantex to install three PicoColour digital label presses
Dantex is pleased to announce they will be shipping for installation 3 of their flagship PicoColour digital presses this month. These will be in the Czech Republic and in North Africa - the third press, which includes a range of additional features, will be installed in the UK.

Steel Packaging hits a new recycling milestone of 82.5%
Recycling of steel packaging in Europe has hit a new all-time high of 82.5%, according to figures issued by APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging. This new record rate, which represents data from 2018, confirms steel as Europe’s most recycled primary packaging material and means that more than 8 out of 10 steel items put on the EU market this year have been recycled into new steel products.

Printers adapting to challenging market conditions by successfully launching new products and services
This year’s drupa Spotlight report, Strategic choices in a competitive and converging marketplace, will be published in May. In a survey (conducted before the coronavirus outbreak) over 500 printers and almost 200 suppliers described the challenges and successes of launching new products and services. For many in the industry, planning their recovery from the coronavirus recession may well necessitate such launches, so lessons must be drawn on how best to do so.

Beviale Mexico 2020 postponed to March 2021
Given the conditions we are experiencing due to the global health emergency, for you, for Mexico, for the whole world, NürnbergMesse and B&N Exposiciones have decided to postpone this year’s Beviale Mexico and launch the event on March 2, 3 and 4, 2021. The date is due to two important reasons: Firstly, we have closely examined the worldwide calendar of events in the industry. At the same time, it was important to us to retain the venue where – due to the rotational mode – Beviale Mexico was originally planned to take place in 2021: Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City. Secondly, the date in the first quarter of 2021 allows the beverage industry to prepare to face the challenges and opportunities in 2021.

UPM Raflatac and SABIC first to bring PP label material with recycled content to market
UPM Raflatac is taking a major step toward creating a circular economy by collaborating with SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, for the first polypropylene (PP) label film manufactured from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic on the market (on a mass balance basis). Now available globally, this label material uses SABIC’s groundbreaking TRUCIRCLE™ solutions for certified circular PP products.

AB Graphic lands multiple Digicon order
Leading print finishing equipment manufacturer, AB Graphic International (ABG), has announced that it has recently taken an order for five of its flagship Digicon Series 3 finishing machines from the Netherlands-based Geostick Group, one of the largest label producers in Europe.

Henkel launches REthink Packaging webinar series
Industry trade shows like Interpack are essential for the packaging industry value chain to exchange knowledge on innovations and meet partners. As the 2020 event has been postponed to next year, Henkel and its experts are nevertheless dedicated to doing their part to keep industry professionals informed about the latest developments.

ABB accelerates remote connectivity for customer operations during COVID-19 crisis
“During the COVID-19 crisis, governments and companies are having to make difficult choices, balancing people’s safety with economic livelihood. ABB is committed to supporting both: protect people, while helping businesses to stay operational during these challenging times,” said Peter Terwiesch, President Industrial Automation, ABB. “Remote services and digital solutions can make a major contribution to keep people safe, production running, and critical supply chains and economic livelihood preserved.”

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