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Listening to brand owners
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published September 16, 2014
A panel of brand-owner packaging experts recently came together to debate the future of product decoration. Read More »
Published July 21, 2014
Akronn has added new technically-advanced film liners to its product range, including 30 µm MOPP, 19 µm MPET and 40 and 50 µm BOPP – all of which are available one- and two-sides coated, and offering differential release level… Read More »
Published June 17, 2014
The label industry supplier facilitated Unilever's FINAT award-winning liner recycling activities at several of its UK facilities. Read More »
FOIL SEAL DESIGN
Published March 13, 2013
Univacco has redesigned its foil seal for the first time since 2005, and began applying it in February of this year. It is a non-tear off   release liner design (5mm) on the backside of the seal with repeatable tear resistance. The blue bac… Read More »
Published July 21, 2011
The 12-micron clear PET or BOPP liner can be diecut at up to 150 meters per minute. Read More »
Published March 18, 2008
“Tape Innovation Days” will be held May 28 to 29 in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Read More »
Published July 5, 2006
Loparex Group, a manufacturer of release coated papers and films, has acquired the Douglas-Hanson Company of Hammond, WI, USA. Douglas-Hanson, established in 1973, manufactures silicone-coated release papers and films, and extrudes polycoated papers… Read More »
Published January 16, 2006
Specialty release films CPFilms Fieldale VA USA CPFilms offers polyester-based release liners that the company says are especially well-suited for medical applications. The films include UV5A, UV10, UV30, UV50, and UV100 UV-cured and S… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Schleipen & Erkens expands capabilities Schleipen & Erkens AG, based in Jülich, Germany, recently installed a new coating machine for the manufacture of silicone-coated release liners. The coater represents an investment of more than e… Read More »
Published May 31, 2013
UPM has announced a cooperation for release liner recovery with the French subsidiary of Aliplast, an Italian company specializing in the collection and treatment of recovered plastic films. This partnership expands Aliplast’s recycling service… Read More »
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