The 168,000-square-foot blown-film extrusion plant in Anderson, SC, will produce engineered films for performance-oriented packaging used in the food, consumer products, and medical device sectors.
The winners of this year’s Future Insight Prize, which comes with €1 million in research funding, converted end-of-life plastics into edible food. The concept, however, is not new.
Proposals include boosting recycled content in plastic packaging and enabling greater adoption of advanced recycling technologies.
We’re now seeing nuances of reusable, refillable, returnable packaging, as well as bio-based alternatives to plastic packaging.
Partners with Knobbe Martens provide intellectual property (IP) guidance for those interested in packaging patents, trade dress, and trade secrets.
The forecast for an above-average Atlantic hurricane season is a minefield that the plastics supply chain must navigate.
TotalEnergies, Plastic Energy, and Jindal Films look to chemical recycling of post-consumer plastic to create virgin-quality polymers for conversion into packaging and label films.