Engineered plastics pick Washington pears to highlight compostable labels

Maximum separation. It's a visionary concept where all labels, including those adorning cans, produce, plastic containers and more, are completely compostable.

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From Eco-Villain to Eco-Victor

When major coffee manufacturers introduced the single-serve coffee pods a few years ago, they probably weren't bargaining for national news coverage and contentious debates.

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Walking the thin line: A product innovation update

It all started with a cucumber.

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Walking the thin line (Part II): Bringing down the gauge

Not only are we actively trying to down-gauge our existing customers' films, but we are also trying to help bring thinner shrink film to other markets and applications.

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Gourmet pizza, extra performance, please!

Inteplast Engineered Films was already excited just to hear that a renowned German food company was opening a plant in London. Imagine how much more excited we were to get the opportunity to provide film to wrap their gourmet frozen pizzas.

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Perforated shrink film, perfected

It may not sound like a lot, but a quarter of a millimeter is a significant competitive advantage in the world of shrink film.

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Putting a lid on it: meet our newest innovation in food packaging

Sitting down and talking to our customers - really listening to their challenges - is often the spark for a new idea or better approach. Such was the case for our latest innovation: a clean-peeling lidding stock.

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Transformative biodegradable packaging: A story of customer collaboration

Our customers often come to us with unique challenges. So when a customer—who ships thousands of packages per day—asked how they could reduce the environmental impact of their courier bags, we were inspired.

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