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Swanline launches eco-friendly display board

Swanline Paper and Board has launched a new environmentally friendly display board range that is 100% fibre-based yet is resistant to moisture.

Pack sector could get major boost from gov’t sustainability funding

The UK packaging industry could get a £500m a year boost from government innovation funding into the development of sustainable packaging.

Consumers wise up to packs' environmental impact

Shoppers are becoming increasingly aware of how environmentally friendly the packaging they come into contact with is and are acting accordingly on their purchasing decisions, according to new research.

Smurfit Kappa joins Two Sides

Smurfit Kappa has joined the paper advocacy group Two Sides.

Macfarlane appoints new director and updates truck fleet

Macfarlane Group has started the new year with the appointment of James Baird as a non-executive director and the investment in greener delivery vehicles.

Visionscape acquires Gelpack out of administration

The Gelpack group of companies has been bought out of administration by environmental utility group Visionscape.

Arjowiggins benefits from bag regs, extends range

Arjowiggins Graphic saw a three-fold rise in enquiries about paper suitable for making paper bags in the run-up to the introduction of the plastic bag charge in England.

Waitrose vow to halve packaging concerns the sector

The packaging sector has questioned the wisdom of Waitrose plans to halve its packaging by 2016 to save nearly 100 tonnes of packaging annually.

Eco-packaging is not yesterday's news

When it comes to decisions made in the retail sector, the consumer is king. At the merest whiff of a change in trends, the whole supply chain gears itself to meet the shift.

Stationers to hold inaugural Environmental Group symposium

The Stationers' Company has created an Environmental Group under the chairmanship of former Pira International managing director and Stationers' court assistant Michael Hancock.

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