Liquid Packaging

Aseptic cartons are available in a growing number of shapes and sizes,but the energy-efficient and source-reduced construction remains the same.Minimal layers of paperboard, plastic and aluminium foil create a protective barrier that blocks out nutrient-destroying light, preserves freshness without the need for preservatives and eliminates costly and energy-demanding refrigeration. PACKAGiNG & Print Media keeps readers continually updated on developments in this field, including specialised filling equipment, convenience-enhancing closures, and much more. Also included under this general heading is bag-in-box packaging for food and non-food, liquid and semi-liquid products.

Labelling & Narrow Web

The world of labels includes pressure-sensitive, wet-glue, in-mould labelling (both injection and blow-moulded), wraparound labelling, shrink and stretch film labels, booklet labels – indeed all the common labelling technologies used as a primary decoration technique for on-shelf appeal and as an important means of on-pack communication. PACKAGiNG & Print Media’s coverage includes the entire labelling supply chain – from self-adhesive labelstock, adhesive, film and paper developments, through printing and converting to the countless uses of labels.

Flexible Packaging

Flexible packaging primarily involves polyester, polyethylene and polypropylene film supplied in reel-form for form-fill-seal use or converted into a variety of pouches and bags. Also included here are speciality barrier films, metallised films and tamper-evident shrink sleeves. Multiwall paper sacks also fall into the broad category of flexible packaging. PACKAGiNG & Print Media’s coverage includes the entire packaging supply chain – from raw materials, through printing and converting to the various end uses for flexible packaging.
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