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Aftermarket unit of Freudenberg broadens portfolio in heavy-duty segment
With Freudenberg is expanding its market in heavy-duty market with radial shaft seals to meet construction and agricultural machinery applications.
4th International Recycling Forum opens invitations to Wiesbaden
RIGK opens invites to the 4th International Recycling Forum at the Dorint Hotel, Wiesbaden (Germany), scheduled for the 10th and 11th of December 2024.
SKZ monitors numerous certifications in plastic piping systems sector
The inspectors at the SKZ Plastics Center audit the production facilities of companies worldwide that produce various pipe systems, carrying out product monitoring for almost all renowned certification companies for water and heating applications.
Selenis produces high-quality rPET from Circ's recovered Terephthalic Acid
Using inputs recovered from polycotton textile waste, the high-quality PET chip has been transformed into DTY yarn and will be used in product development as Circ builds additional capsule launches.
Orion S.A. installs tyre pyrolysis oil tanks to boost carbon black production
Orion S.A. is installing multiple tyre pyrolysis oil tanks at its plant in Jaslo, Poland – the company’s latest move toward boosting production of circular carbon black.

Daniel Bosley & Waqas Qureshi The Labour party has released its manifesto ahead of the 4 July election, making little reference to recycling or EPR changes affecting packaging. Beyond a commitment to reduce waste by moving to a circular economy, the pledge of most interest to the sector is likely to be the expansion of ...

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Sainsbury’s is introducing a number of packaging changes across its own-brand chicken and fish lines, set to save 694 tonnes of plastic annually.

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Packaging automation company Mpac Group has started the year with momentum, according to a recent AGM statement.

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Corrugated sheet specialist Lesters has introduced a specialist ‘automotive’ division to work closer with its customer base that features OEMs, first and second tier suppliers and third-party logistics providers.

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The Green Party has launched their manifesto, stating they want to reach net zero by 2040 and has not mentioned packaging-related steps to be taken.

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Ed Davey to face questions as parties lay out plans on cancer
Labour, Tory, Lib Dem and Plaid Cymru representatives will be quizzed on Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg.
England make Super 8s after Australia beat Scotland
England qualify for the T20 World Cup Super 8s after Australia battle past an excellent Scotland side in St Lucia.
England make Super 8s after Australia beat Scotland
England qualify for the T20 World Cup Super 8s after Australia battle past an excellent Scotland side in St Lucia.
The papers: 'Kate to have you back' as princess returns
Kate's return to public duties at the annual Trooping the Colour parade leads Sunday's newspapers.
Putin peace terms slammed at Ukraine summit
Leaders from Italy and Germany called the Russian president's plan "propaganda" and "dictatorial".