With Grupo Água de S. Martinho (Aguarela), Portugal's leading supplier of packaged drinking water, SIG Combibloc has won another customer in Portugal. For Aguarela, the decision to choose filling technology from SIG Combibloc represents an entry into business with beverages in carton packs, and at the same time entry into the noncarbonated soft drinks (NCSD) segment. Aguarela is now offering ice tea in aseptic carton packs from SIG Combibloc; nectars and juices are set to follow. For SIG Combibloc, Aguarela is the first Portuguese customer in the NCSD segment.Read more
International Paper's Alaska Plus board has been awarded the "European Medal" as an innovative lightweight cartonboard product. Alaska Plus is a new notably lighter GC2 board produced at the company's Kwidzyn mill in Poland.Read more
BANGKOK, Thailand, July 6, 2015 (Press Release) -
SCG Packaging - Fibrous-chain business unit has announced its plan to transfer partly to packaging product since 2015. Glassine is a part of this plan and it is the joint venture between SCG Packaging and Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. (NPI).
Seeing that demand for industrial label in Asia has been growing over the past several years, SCG Packaging is targeting to produce high quality glassine paper to capture the growing demand in domestic and regional markets.Read more
STATEN ISLAND, NY, July 3, 2015 (Local News) -Everyone knows the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'."
New York City definitely runs on Dunkin' -- the coffee giant has over 500 hundred locations between the five boroughs. Now that's a lot of coffee. And that's a lot of cups being thrown in the trash, some of which couldn't be recycled.
New York City will continue to run on Dunkin' -- but it'll be running greener.Read more
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, July 2, 2015 (Press Release) -Read more
ESPOO, Finland, July 6, 2015 (Press Release) -Valmet will supply Parenco B. V. with high capacity winder for company's containerboard making line PM2 in Renkum, Netherlands. The PM2 was shut down in 2009 by mill's earlier owner due to declining demand of newsprint paper. Now, the machine will be converted to produce testliner and fluting grades, which are used in containerboards. The converted PM2 is scheduled to start-up during the third quarter of 2016.Read more