VTT’s 30% extensibility of formable cellulose-based webs was employed in an industrial product packaging process to create rigid packages made possible by foam-forming technology.
TIPA, a global leader in compostable packaging solutions for food and fashion, and Charter Next Generation (CNG), a leading US specialty film manufacturer, today announced a partnership to drive local US production and adoption of compostable packaging.
Nova (Nasdaq: NVMI) announced today that one of the world’s leading foundry manufacturers recently selected Nova PRISM 2 for its advanced packaging process steps.
Advanced packaging applications such as 3D-stackin...
PPT Group, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of physical property testing solutions for quality control, has launched a new microsite showcasing its comprehensive solutions for packaging testing: http...
A promising, environmentally friendly replacement for plastics derived from petroleum has been made more biodegradable by researchers from Michigan State University’s renowned School of Packaging.
FormFactor, Inc., a leading semiconductor test and measurement supplier have introduced the FRT MicroProf® PT, a new semiconductor metrology and inspection tool for rectangular panels up to 600 mm containing 4-5X more dies compared to a 300 mm wafer.
Billerud presents a machine glazed kraft paper especially adapted and validated for wrapping toilet and kitchen paper rolls. Hitting the sustainability sweet spot – renewable, recyclable and biodegradable, but also enduring tough handling as good as any PE plastic.
Woodward L’Orange – one of the world’s leading manufacturers of injection systems and engine components used in ships, powerplants, oil platforms, trains and mining vehicles - has strengthened its environmental commitment with the announcement it is switching to a new range of fully recycled plastic packaging for its products.
In an age of online shopping and mass production, distribution centers are on the rise.
AIMPLAS, the Plastics Technology Centre, participates in a new European research on reusable plastic packaging.