Arburg GmbH + Co. KG has canceled its International Technology Days due to the spreading coronavirus.
Pregis, a leading protective packaging materials and automated systems manufacturer headquartered in Chicago, USA, has joined the European initiative CEFLEX, the Circular Economy Flexible Packaging consortium of companies and associations representing the entire flexible packaging value chain.
For the automotive industry, the choice to pursue a more sustainable strategy is a no brainer: car makers must reduce the environmental impact of their products, or – caught between the various legislative measures and the changing demands of the mobility market - they will find themselves out of business.
Until now, the clear LDPE bags used to pack, transport and store garments before they are displayed in store – called polybags – have tended to end up in landfill or been incinerated.
Materials producer Arkema has announced a new climate plan, aligned with the Paris Agreement.
For Stadler Group, a family-owned and run manufacturer of sorting plants for the recycling and waste disposal sector, the circularity trend is opening up new opportunities: as the industry moves to respond to the changing requirements of the market, the company is ready to meet these needs.
Outdoor equipment manufacturer Vaude, based in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, has for the first time created and launched into the market a bike bottle that is made of 100% biobased plastic materials.
Avantium has sold its bioaromatics patent portfolio to The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, TNO.
Years of dithering, discussion and debate have come to an abrupt end with the recent classification of titanium dioxide published in the EU Official Journal.
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25-26 March 2020