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Plastic debate at heart of London packaging show

A Big Plastics Debate was the centrepiece of this year’s London edition of the Packaging Innovations/Luxury Packaging expo, where sustainability was a key topic.

AlphaCard buys Digital ID to extend reach

ID card specialist Digital ID has been acquired by US-based AlphaCard Systems in a seven-figure deal that will generate transatlantic advantages for both businesses.

Brett Martin sees the light with solar energy

Brett Martin has boosted its use of sustainable energy after striking a deal with a solar farm adjacent to its Belfast facility.

Packaging Innovations London 2018 to step up environmental focus

Easyfairs is set to increase its focus on the questions around plastics and sustainability at its upcoming Packaging Innovations/Luxury Packaging expo.

Retailers and restaurants announce plans to curb plastic packaging

A raft of retailers and restaurant chains have announced plans to reduce or abolish their use of plastic packaging in the next few years, as the government vows to crack down on plastic waste.

PCS marked as 'one to watch' by European awards

Plastic Card Services’ new managing director is celebrating the end of a “phenomenal year” which culminated in being shortlisted for a European Business Award.

Nitecrest boosts production with Otto Künnecke install

Plastic card manufacturer and printer Nitecrest has set in motion plans to boost its production capacity with the installation of an Otto Künnecke KS 104 P two-stage punch.

Eagle in UK guillotine first

Plastic sheet material supplier Eagle Plastics has become the first UK company to install a CCM Premier 168 guillotine, allowing it to process a wider range of materials in-house.

PPB to relocate amidst extended period of growth

POS materials and substrate distributor and converter PPB has purchased a new site in Leeds after two years of solid growth.

Europoint confident of future after 'rollercoaster' six months

Europoint, the wide-format substrate business rescued from administration following the collapse of Paperlinx UK, is looking forward to a bright future as it severs its final ties to its old owners and moves into three new buildings.

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