Latest evolution for Kite Packaging’s ecommerce distribution

Kite Packaging has rolled out the latest evolution of the its leading ecommerce packaging distribution website. Kite’s team of ecommerce specialists have just completed their...

There’s no bursting Kite Packaging’s bubble – Introducing its new eco-friendly...

Employee-owned business Kite Packaging aren’t known to shy away from embracing environmental change, instead the company is continuously introducing new eco-friendly packaging. Kite’s latest...

United Caps unveils new closures made from sugar cane

Caps and closure maker, United Caps, has teamed up with Brazil petrochemical company Braskem on bio-sourced plastic caps and closures. The closures are made from...

Majority of consumers support plastic packaging tax, research finds

More than half of consumers in the UK and a third in the US are in favour of a tax on all plastic packaging...

Boost transit protection with Kite Packaging’s polyester strapping kit

UK packaging supplier Kite Packaging has introduced a new tensioning polyester strapping kit, an ideal strapping agent for heavy duty use. When it comes to...

Coversis invests in linerless labels manufacturing facility

Coveris is investing £1 million in its linerless labels facility in Spalding, Lincolnshire which will see the manufacturer boost capacity by over 20% to...

ILS’ flexible pallet labelling solution for beating the cold

Industrial Labelling Systems (ILS) has introduced FlexWipe, a new, versatile automated pallet labelling solution for the UK food industry which can boost operational efficiency...

Novel ‘super slippery’ packaging to curb food waste

Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a new super slippery industrial packaging which, they say, can help cut down on food waste. Though ketchup packets...

Macpac launches new website to meet demand for bespoke packaging

Macpac, the Stockport-based packaging manufacturer, has launched a new website to address the growing demand for bespoke packaging. The new website is aimed at all...

Crab shells and trees could replace flexible plastic packaging, researchers say

A new material derived from crab shells and tree fibres has the potential to replace flexible plastic packaging in keeping food fresh, according to...

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