The Paper Lid Company and Metsä Board introduce a 100% recyclable paperboard lid for takeaway beverage cups
The Paper Lid Company and Metsä Board develop a 100% recyclable paperboard lid for use with takeaway cups that offers performance comparable to that of a traditional plastic lid.
MM strengthens its position in virgin-fiber based cartonboard and innovative barrier cartonboard solutions for plastic replacement.
RDM has signed a commitment to acquire 100% of the share capital of Fineska B.V., the Dutch holding company of Eska Group.
An agreement has been reached on the sale of MM’s virgin fibre cartonboard mills located in Eerbeek, Netherlands and Baiersbronn, Germany, to Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.
Iggesund’s Unbox #2 live broadcast explores one of the biggest challenges and game-changers ahead – the transition to a circular economy.
RdM has taken the decision to exit from their virgin fibre FBB business
Metsä Group is to build a new bioproduct mill in Kemi, Finland.
MMK have agreed to purchase International Paper’s site in Kwidzyn, Poland
Mayr-Melnhof Group has signed an agreement to acquire the entire share capital of Kotkamills Group Oyj from its shareholders.
Iggesund Paperboard is participating in Beauty Independent's webinar series with a spotlight on sustainability
Kotkamills’ water-based dispersion coated ISLA® Duo barrier board receives industrial compostability certification
Fighting against food waste, Baden Board present their newly developed “food saver” board.
BillerudKorsnäs introduces a life cycle assessment tool to provide its customers with environmental insights about their packaging.
Smurfit Kappa have conducted a sustainability survey amongst 200 senior executives and 1500 consumers in the UK.
Within a matter of months and weeks, the coronavirus has turned the way we live upside down and forced us to rethink many of the things we’ve previously taken for granted. At Stora Enso, efforts are aimed at protecting people and providing vital packaging materials to customers, many of whom serve the medical, hygiene and food industries.
Stora Enso is expanding its range of renewable packaging materials by introducing new dispersion barrier materials for paper cups and food packaging. The new barrier solution responds to market demands for eco-friendly, renewable and recyclable packaging materials to replace plastics in food service applications.
A vending first, Lavazza Professional launch the revolutionary KLIX Eco Cup™, recyclable with normal paper waste
Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and part of Metsä Group, has published a web-based impact report to demonstrate the importance of sustainable packaging. Metsä Board created the report with experts at AskKauko, a Finnish software start-up developing next-generation impact communications.
Stora Enso has entered into a strategic collaboration with HS Manufacturing Group (HSMG), a producer of plant-based barrier coatings, to develop Stora Enso’s formed fiber offering. The technology offers a biodegradable and recyclable additive that gives fiber-based packaging water-, grease- and oil-resistant properties.
CrownBoard is the new cartonboard brand from BillerudKorsnäs, so strong that it allows for substantial reduction of packaging weight. The launch of CrownBoard gives customers new opportunities to save cost and reduce environmental impact.
Stora Enso is introducing a paperboard tube for cosmetics packaging as a new, climate-friendly alternative to plastic tubes. The paperboard tube is suitable for the primary packaging of skin cream products.
Metsä Board has taken the next step in barrier packaging of the future: a new plastic-free eco-barrier paperboard that can be recycled in paper or paperboard streams.
Stora Enso and Fiskeby show the way to circular bioeconomy: recycling trials prove that paper cups made from renewable fibre can be recycled
Smurfit Kappa's survey reveals 75% consumers prefer paper-based packaging against less sustainable alternatives
Smurfit Kappa has seen a marked increase in the number of companies seeking sustainable packaging alternatives for fresh fruit and vegetables.