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CEFLEX's ValueFlex model, Dissolv-able pouches, US Forest Service to develop cellulosic films from public forests, sustainable films market (shown) Bobst Global's OneBarrier packaging, new recycled polymer from INEOS.

Rick Lingle, Senior Technical Editor

November 21, 2022

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If you’re interested in an informative and fast read on the subject of flexible packaging, this is for you — an all-in-one location for a steady stream of curated news and developments in this dynamic market for bags, pouches, and other news related to packaging films.

The content archived here is selected from Tweets by stakeholders in the flexible packaging supply chain for October 2022. To see the latest news in flexible packaging, visit the live streams for either PlasticsTodayor Packaging Digest.

CEFLEX unpacks ValueFlex sorting and processing model for flexible plastics.

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KM Packaging launches sustainable lidding in Australia.

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PPC Flexible Packaging acquires Plastic Packaging Technologies

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Dura-Pack debuts Dissolv pouches at Pack Expo that dissolve in water in about 20 seconds.

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US Forest Service to develop cellulosic films from public forests to replace plastic packaging.

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Bobst Global introduces OneBarrier packaging.

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Henkel, Siegwerk Inks develop recyclable flexible packaging with barrier.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) -driven robotics solution to improve recycling of  film and flexible packaging.

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Pilot confirms Digimarc digital watermark improves sortation of flexible packaging.

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One of Europe’s largest supermarket chains, Germany-based Lidl, is the first in the world to introduce an in-store detergent refilling machine with flexible packaging in alliance with circular economy startup Algramo.

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Domino collaboration yields laser coding of barrier paper for flexible food packaging.

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Flair Flexible will launch polyethylene (PE) monomaterial coffee bags at the Private Label Manufacturers’ Association (PLMA) trade show.

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S-One Labels & Packaging’s ReEarth bio-based films are countertop-appliance compostable.

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Sustainable films market for packaging estimated to reach $278.41 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 7.54%.

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Advances polyethylene resins support drive for recyclable flexible packaging for foods.

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ePac Flexible Packaging adding flat bottom pouches to its offerings through a partnership with pouch equipment manufacturer Totani.

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New recycled polymer from INEOS to be used in Polyclear Group shrink films

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Mapping the impact and material flows of an improved mechanical recycling process for post-consumer flexibles.

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Toppan introduces 100% polypropylene retortable pouch that's microwavable.

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Biodegradable plastic bags market led by agro applications.

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Global medical flexible packaging market size valued at $24.32 billion in 2021 and will grow at a 7.1% CAGR 2022-2027.

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World’s first: CadburyUK sharing bars are wrapped in flexible packaging made with 30% recycled plastic.

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BRICS researchers work on edible eco-friendly film to extend shelf life of food products.

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Borealis helps develop more sustainable flexible packaging containing 50% post-consumer recyclate.

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Position statement on flexible packaging sustainability from Flexible Packaging Europe.

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Talking sustainable films and flexible packaging trends with converting machinery supplier Totani America.

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Henkel and partners debut fully circular flexible packaging prototype.

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About the Author(s)

Rick Lingle

Senior Technical Editor, Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday

Rick Lingle is Senior Technical Editor, Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday. He’s been a packaging media journalist since 1985 specializing in food, beverage and plastic markets. He has a chemistry degree from Clarke College and has worked in food industry R&D for Standard Brands/Nabisco and the R.T. French Co. Reach him at [email protected] or 630-481-1426.

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