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Germany's dy-pack Verpackungen Gustav Dyckerhoff wins Eurosac Grand Prix 2015 Award

By Sun, Jul 12, 2015

WENDEN, Germany, July 13, 2015 (Press Release) -The Eurosac Grand Prix of the European Federation of Multiwall Paper Sack Manufacturers was once again awarded to dy-pack Verpackungen Gustav Dyckerhoff GmbH, Wenden-Gerlingen. Companies from Sweden, Austria, Italy and Germany participated in the competition.

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International Paper’s Alaska Plus board receives “European Medal”

By Sun, Jul 12, 2015

DÜSSELDORF, Germany and KWIDZYN, Poland, July 13, 2015 (Press Release) -

International Paper's Alaska Plus board has been awarded the "European Medal" as an innovative lightweight cartonboard product. Alaska Plus is a new notably lighter GC2 board produced at the company's Kwidzyn mill in Poland.

SIG Combibloc to provide aseptic carton packs to Aguarela in Portugal

Mon, Jul 13, 2015

With Grupo Água de S. Martinho (Aguarela), Portugal's leading supplier of packaged drinking water, SIG Combibloc has won another customer in Portugal. For Aguarela, the decision to choose filling technology from SIG Combibloc represents an entry into business with beverages in carton packs, and at the same time entry into the noncarbonated soft drinks (NCSD) segment.

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SCG Packaging and Nippon Paper invest in glassine paper production line

Tue, Jul 07, 2015

BANGKOK, Thailand, July 6, 2015 (Press Release) - 

SCG Packaging - Fibrous-chain business unit has announced its plan to transfer partly to packaging product since 2015. Glassine is a part of this plan and it is the joint venture between SCG Packaging and Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. (NPI).

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Dunkin’ Donuts rolls out polypropylene recyclable cup in New York City

Tue, Jul 07, 2015

STATEN ISLAND, NY, July 3, 2015 (Local News) -Everyone knows the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'."

New York City definitely runs on Dunkin' -- the coffee giant has over 500 hundred locations between the five boroughs. Now that's a lot of coffee. And that's a lot of cups being thrown in the trash, some of which couldn't be recycled.

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