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Fibre Packaging Europe - Sustainable Products Initiative Position Paper
Fibre Packaging Europe (FPE) welcomes the European Commission’s Circular Economy Package, notably its proposal for the “Eco-design for sustainable products regulation” (ESPR) as it aims to make sustainable products the norm on the EU market and reduce their overall environmental and climate impacts.
ECMA SME Forum meeting in Italy
After 2 years of meeting online the ECMA SME Forum members are visiting one of their group members Box Marche in Italy from 28-30 March 2022.
Circularity by Design Guideline for fibre-based packaging
The 4evergreen Alliance has released the first public version of its Circularity by Design Guideline for fibre-based packaging.
CSR: Cardbox Packaging ranked in the top 8% companies
Cardbox Packaging located in Zádveřice, the Czech Republic, has been certified in the field of corporate social responsibility by the international auditing company EcoVadis and has defended the silver medal with the improvement by 6% since last year.
Fibre Packaging Europe - release of 2 Position Papers
Fibre Packaging Europe has released a further 2 Position Papers concerning the Packaging & Packaging Waste Directive, with the draft of this regulation due to be released in July.
Medica Packaging Holdco Limited acquires F.G. Curtis plc
Medication Packaging Holdco Limited, owners of Medica Packaging Limited, a folding cartons and leaflet manufacturer, based in Crewe, Cheshire, is pleased to announce the acquisition of F.G. Curtis plc, a folding carton manufacturer based in Redhill, Surrey. The Curtis business has been operating for over 80 years, and specialises in the manufacture of folding cartons for the cosmetics and beauty markets.
MLPS - Print on Demand - Position Paper & Fact Bank
MLPS (Medical Leaflets=Patient Safety) have released Positions Paper & a Fact Bank concerning ‘Print on Demand’ of pharma paper information leaflets.
New FFI flash survey: Customers should plan folding carton requirements more realistically in future
In its new FFI flash survey, almost 90% of the 40 participating folding carton manufacturers stated that communication in the supply chain had improved significantly compared to pre-Corona times, but this does not apply equally to all customers.