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PPMA Total exhibition 2019

PPMA success offers evidence of an industry that is thriving

THE largest PPMA Total Show in the event’s history took place recently in Birmingham, with over 450 exhibitors filling out the largest hall in...
McLaren Directors

Family values at heart of Scots success story

FINDING new ways to do things differently is the mantra which has been at the heart of McLaren Packaging’s approach to business for four...
Bottles of water

Understanding secondary packaging within the beverage industry and future trends

Clearmark look at the challenges faced by beverage packagers and future trends within the industry
Machinery with postage bags

E-commerce print and apply labelling solution from YPS

To compete successfully in the e-commerce platform, businesses must ensure they offer a professional service from first click right through to deliver
piece of machinery being carried

Tayside firm sets sights high

From humble beginnings, Tayside Machinery Limited has grown to become a highly significant supplier of new and used machinery, with the firm’s professional approach responsible for over three decades of solid growth
Minebea Intec Process Control Seminar

Minebea Intec helps customers take back control

MINEBEA Intec, a leading global manufacturer of weighing and inspection solutions for a wide range of sectors, recently hosted a dedicated Process Control Seminar
Scotland Bottle Return Scheme Reverse Vending Machine

Return of the pack: a wrap for DRS

Craig Quirie speaks to a number of key stakeholders about their hopes and concerns regarding Scotland’s impending deposit return scheme (DRS) 
people attending PPMA show

Ever-expanding Total

David Harrison, acting chief operating officer, PPMA Group of Associations, tells Packaging Scotland what visitors can expect from this year’s PPMA Total Show

Stepping out of the comfort zone

We recently spoke to Phil Husband, Smurfit Kappa’s UK packaging insights manager, about the wider industry response to environmental challenges

Sustainability still important part of design mix

Effective design that combines creativity and practicality with sustainability benefits is crucial to keeping plastic packaging relevant, explains RPC Group design manager Brian Lodge
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