Tetra Pak has heralded the launch of its latest development - a high density polyethylene (HDPE) carton cap made from sugar cane – as “another important step” towards its goal of a 100% renewable packaging solution.
Sidel has unveiled novel stackable PET bottle technology for mid-sized bottles and tells BeverageDaily.com that the technology could hit the market by 2013, where touted advantages include better stackability, space savings and reduced transport costs.
US-based Graham Packaging is to acquire four Tetra Pak plants that
make HDPE (high-density polyethylene) plastic bottles for
nutritional beverages and value-added dairy beverages supplying
markets in Belgium, Brazil, Turkey, and the...