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drupa 2012: One month and counting…


Today marks 30 days and counting until the opening of drupa 2012: world market print media, publishing and converting at the Fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany. The two-week trade show runs May 3-16 and fills Halls 1-17 plus outside areas on … Continue reading

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Where specialty converting might be in 2015


The next five years hold plenty of challenges for specialty packaging converters. Fortunately, there are an equal number of new business opportunities for those doing laminating, extrusion and vacuum coating. Here’s a quick Converting Curmudgeon rundown based on Dr. William … Continue reading

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How P&G’s sustainability scorecard affects you


Global consumer packaged-goods giant Procter & Gamble introduced its new Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard last Wednesday. Meant to measure and improve the eco performance of P&G’s key suppliers (such as you packaging converters out there), the new scorecard will assess your environmental footprint … Continue reading

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