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Comar, a specialty packaging, device, and component supplier serving the medical, pharmaceutical, consumer healthcare, personal and home care, food and beverage, and other niche market segments is building a custom facility in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Amcor Flexibles North America has announced a partnership with Moda vacuum packaging systems. By combining Amcor’s shrink bag and rollstock film for meat and cheese with Moda’s system, producers can gain operational efficiencies and drive total cost savings.
Precise Packaging, a contract manufacturing partner of aerosol and liquid products for premier brands in the personal care, home fragrance and over-the-counter (OTC) end markets, announced that it has opened a new 15,000 square-foot production facility.
Polykar, a Canadian manufacturer of flexible packaging including polyethylene film, certified compostable bags, garbage bags as well as food and industrial grade liner, has acquired a site to construct a state-of-the-art plant in Edmonton, Alberta.
ExxonMobil has begun production on a new high-performance polyethylene line at its Beaumont, Tex. polyethylene (PE) plant. The expansion increases plant production capacity by 65 percent or 650,000 tons per year, bringing site capacity to nearly 1.7 million tons per year.
AZCO Corp. has designed and manufactured a VIP-100 pouch dispenser for an application that requires cutting and dispensing sachets or pouches into containers at a rate of 250-295 per minute. A continuous strip of material is placed on a motorized unwind which controls the tension on the web and helps ensure high accuracy and consistency.
This is a list of all the new members of The Flexible Packaging Association (FPA). This list includes Ascend Performance Materials LLC (Associate), Atlapac Corporation (Converter), Max Katz Bag Company, Inc. (Converter/Associate), and Peliculas Plasticas S.A. de C.V. (International Converter).
Historically, HQC is a custom molding company. However, as the Oswego, Illinois-based company grew out of a garage shop to an 80,000 square-foot facility, it only made sense for leadership to consider adding more services. One that Blair Pasternak, HQC president, has always had his eye on is flexible packaging – and that’s where Joe Haske enters this story.
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