By Philip Law, British Plastics Federation The key point about Sustainability is that it is a journey and not a destination. As a concept it is closely akin to continuous improvement, about changing business for [...]
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We are led by the needs of our customers. It's absolutely vital to deliver solutions that solve the problems our customers face in regards to packaging. Key challenges faced by our customers: Protect the product [...]
According to research, the consumer perception of flexible packaging and packaging in general is negative. Packaging is not seen as part of an overall product. In some instances packaging is regarded as a waste of [...]
Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration is a biochemical process that affects all living cells, including cells within crops and produce post-harvest. Cellular respiration takes place in plants when cells use oxygen to process carbohydrates. Oxygen [...]
Flexeye reduced colour printing is a technology developed and launched by Ultimate Packaging in response to customers looking for a cost effective and sustainable solution to packaging print. The technology uses a reduced colour [...]
Ultimate Packaging based in North East Lincolnshire is making further investment to remodel it’s food standard factory and to install two additional Bobst F&K 20SIX flexo presses, at an investment of £4 million; the [...]
Colour management is vital to the successful supply of printed, flexible packaging. The process of print has evolved over many years, no longer reliant on the judgement of the human eye, the use of [...]
Ultimate have invested in a high specification testing laboratory to enable the testing and development of packaging films and formats, that can extend the shelf-life of a range of products. The key focus is [...]