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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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