Packaging Equipment, Labelling Solutions & Equipment

Packaging is the process of enclosing /encapsulating or protecting products for storage, transit, display, sale, and use. There are many different types of packaging solutions available depending on the product and a number of machines to do the job. These can be Overwrappers, Stretchbanders /Sleevewrappers, Product Handling Systems, Shrinkwrappers and custom packaging equipment. Labels are used on every kind of product to brand, decorate or provide information for the consumer. Many labels do all three functions and can contain, for example, pre-printed bar codes supplying, batch, stock and price information to the retailer and consumer.

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Four trends that will influence sustainability within packaging supply chains over the next decade

Four trends that will influence sustainability within packaging supply chains over the next decade

Packaging has become a hot talking point. From increased consumer exposure through the ecommerce boom, to a growing public interest in sustainability and the circular economy. For many businesses, sustainability and success are becoming almost interchangeable.

ArcActive receives 2020 Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Innovation Award

ArcActive receives 2020 Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Innovation Award

ArcActive Limited has been awarded the 2020 Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Innovation Award.

TEQ proud to support ‘Essential Business’ activity with European sourcing of high-quality medical packaging

TEQ proud to support ‘Essential Business’ activity with European sourcing of high-quality medical packaging

European thermoformer TEQ is continuing to deliver a range of medical packaging solutions for customers working to address critical health needs related to COVID-19.

Carbon in the spotlight at Packaging Innovations 2020

Carbon in the spotlight at Packaging Innovations 2020

Carbon was the main topic of conversation at Packaging Innovations 2020, which returned to Birmingham’s NEC on 26 & 27 February, with exhibitors and speakers alike putting the industry’s hottest subject in the spotlight.

While exhibitors showcased the sector’s latest developments and technologies designed to lower packaging’s carbon impact, the two-day seminar programme featured the latest industry thinking, with the likes of DEFRA, Coca-Cola, Britvic and Carlsberg taking a deep dive into sustainable packaging. 

Next generation of packaging on display at Packaging Innovations 2020

Next generation of packaging on display at Packaging Innovations 2020

The packaging industry’s most cutting-edge technologies and solutions will take centre stage at Packaging Innovations 2020, which returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 26 & 27 February.

6.2.20 Pregis invests in European operations to support growing protective packaging requirements

6.2.20 Pregis invests in European operations to support growing protective packaging requirements

Protective packaging specialist, Pregis, has made several recent investments in its European operations to support the growing protective packaging needs of its broad global customer base.

Zanbarrier NGR: 100 percent natural barrier paper for food packaging

Zanbarrier NGR: 100 percent natural barrier paper for food packaging

Zanders has launched improved environmentally friendly grade with an even higher density. The company continues the development of its successful food packaging paper range: the enhanced Zanbarrier NGR ("Natural Grease Resistant") offers the proven 100 percent natural barrier against oil and grease without the use of any chemicals now with an even higher density.

Brightest packaging minds take to the stage at Packaging Innovations 2020

Brightest packaging minds take to the stage at Packaging Innovations 2020

Coca-Cola, Dixons Carphone, Carlsberg, Wrap and Britvic are just some of the big names in packaging taking to the stage at Packaging Innovations 2020, to form part of its most robust seminar programme to date, when it returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 26 & 27 February.

AMH Material Handling increases e-commerce throughput for Selfridges & Co at DHL facility

AMH Material Handling increases e-commerce throughput for Selfridges & Co at DHL facility

AMH Material Handling has completed a total of three projects for DHL with a combined value of £600,000 at its Hams Hall site in Birmingham.

Proseal meets Hawthorn Produce`s needs for speed and space

Proseal meets Hawthorn Produce`s needs for speed and space

A tray sealer and integrated conveyor from Proseal are providing a fruit producer with greater throughput and ample production line space for packing, allowing it to meet increased demand from its customers.

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