Corrugated manufacturer helps local charity meet Christmas challenge

CORRUGATED packaging manufacturer Durham Box is supporting local charity, Feeding Families, by donating Christmas hamper boxes and a large quantity of dump bins. Since April, the...

Webinar to discuss supply chain resilience

A number of industry specialists are set to take part in a webinar to discuss how fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands and their...

Scottish Government announces Brexit contingency plans

THE Scottish Government has announced contingency plans to cope with the 'damaging impacts' of Brexit. With Britain set to leave the European Union (EU) on...

Garçon Wines’ commercial director scoops two awards

THE commercial director of Garçon Wines has been recognised with two prestigious packaging industry accolades. Amelia Dales was awarded the rising star award at the...

Firms collaborate for sustainable bird feeder

GARDEN birds are set to be fed from sustainable packaging this winter, thanks to a new partnership between CJ Wildlife and Beatson Clark. The collaboration...

Pro Carton lends support to National Tree Week

PRO Carton – the European Association of Carton and Cartonboard Manufacturers – has announced it is backing the Tree Council’s National Tree Week with...

Packaging machinery specialist provides filling solution for Covid testing kits

EXCEL Packaging Machinery has announced it has stepped up the supply of its latest pharmaceutical vial filling and capping machines to help the NHS...

New egg packs offer ‘flexible cushioning’ to prevent breakages

CORRUGATED packaging manufacturer Weedon PSC has created new packs designed to protect single eggs in recipe boxes. The packaging has been developed for health-focused food...

E-commerce design brings colour to award-winning bib

SAICA Pack has announced it has teamed up with babywear brand BIBaDO to design and create a 'visually captivating' packaging solution for its range...

Macpac extends online presence

THERMOFORM specialist Macpac is expanding its online offering with the launch of macpac online, described as a digital 'shopping shelf' offering stock packaging in box quantities across...

Marine plastic pollution could be detected from space

RESEARCHERS at the University of the Highlands and Islands are to study whether thermal imaging cameras can be used to help detect marine plastic...

Impact of plastic pollution on human health in developing countries to be studied

THE University of Stirling is to lead a £3.85 million study which will aim to understand the public health risks and environmental impact of...