Category Archives: sustainability

The Curmudgeon relocates


After three years and 262 posts of “The Converting Curmudgeon” Blog here on WordPress and on the CONVERTING QUARTERLY¬† Website, all new future posts will appear exclusively on the CQ site. Feel free to peruse past posts for a wealth … Continue reading

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Films, flex packs highlight 25th DuPont Packaging Awards


Wilmington, DE-based DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers today announced winners in its 25th Anniversary DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation. Among the breakthrough developments from global brand giants were several converted films and flexible-packaging products from companies around the world. Overall, … Continue reading

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A global flexible-packaging market SWOT statement to 2016


At the recent ICE USA 2013 in Orlando, UK-based PCI Films Consulting president Simon King (left) offered a traditional SWOT statement in his keynote presentation on the “Global Flexible Packaging Market.“* Dissecting the data he gave, here’s a Converting Curmudgeon … Continue reading

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