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Agfa Graphics

2640 Mortsel

Belgium

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Call32 3 444 21 11

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Labels & Labeling, Sustainability, Biodegradable, Recyclable

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Alcoholic Beverages, Baby & Toddlers, Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Fruit & Vegetables, Hot Drinks, Meat, Fish & Eggs, Pet Food, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Sauces & Seasonings, Snacks, Soft Drinks, Soup, Sports Nutrition, Spreads, Sugar & Sweeteners, Supplements, Cereals, Pharmaceuticals, Other industries, Food, Beverages

Agfa Graphics

Commercial, newspaper and packaging printers around the globe count on us for the most extensive range of integrated prepress solutions, from computer-to- plate systems with matching plates over color management and workflow optimization software (either in the cloud or on-site) to anti-counterfeiting security design software. We are committed to sustainable innovation that offers our customers benefits in terms of ecology, economy, and extra convenience—or ECO³.

We supply sign & display printing companies with a range of highly productive and versatile wide-format inkjet printers and dedicated inks, in addition to software that optimizes the workflow and warrants color consistency across the board. This workflow software integrates with a web-to-print solution that helps users expand their activities and explore new markets, as well as a software package that facilitates data sharing. Last not least, we offer a series of cutting machines and dedicated inkjet media.

Agfa Graphics develops high-performance inkjet inks & fluids for various industrial inkjet printing systems and applications, enabling industrial manufacturers to integrate print into their existing production processes.

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    08 Jan 2019 --- Ardagh has increased the production of its beverage can end and tabs by 10 percent at its Valparaiso plant in Indiana, US. The move addresses the growing demand for attractive and highly-differentiated can packaging in North America.

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    08 Jan 2019 --- Packaging trends in 2018 were dominated by sustainability action, largely fueled by rising anti-plastic sentiment. It was a year that saw widespread bans on single-use plastic items, the announcement of The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment and the launch of the world’s first plastic-free supermarket aisles in Amsterdam and London. At the same time, the milestone merger of two plastic giants in Amcor and Bemis suggests that there are still major players ready to invest in the future of the material. In the first of a two part report on packaging trends, PackagingInsights speaks to several industry experts about what to anticipate in 2019, starting with the most hotly contested trend: sustainability.

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    03 Jan 2019 --- Switching material from plastic to paperboard can reduce the climate impact of packaging by 99 percent in some instances, according to a recent study conducted by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute for Iggesund Paperboard (Iggesund). The study investigated some of the most common packaging types, including plastic packs, and found that in every comparison, paper generated the most environmentally beneficial performance.

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