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Arkansas Glass

516 W Johnson Ave Jonesboro, Arkansas

United States

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ACTIVE MATERIALS

Glass

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Spreads, Other industries, Food

Arkansas Glass

Arkansas Glass Container Corporation is a manufacturer of clear glass containers for the food, beverage, and floral business. Arkansas Glass Container Corporation has been in business for over 65 years with a dedication to providing their customers with a pristine container, their employees with long term employment and their community with global opportunities.

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  • Mustard mission: Bavarian producer achieves plastic reduction with Bag-in-Box dispenser

    Packaging & Technology News

    14 Jan 2019 --- Family-owned Bavarian mustard producers Mari-Senf has launched a new Bag-in-Box dispensing system which has “huge plastic waste reduction potential.” Designed by DS Smith’s UK Rapak division in collaboration with Swedish dispensing specialists Asept, the Bag-in-Box design aims to minimize serving and clean-up time for street food kiosks, making it ideal for events such as Germany’s Oktoberfest.

  • Weekly Roundup: Growing industry need for quality recycled plastic material

    Packaging & Technology News

    11 Jan 2019 --- In packaging news this week, research by the European Plastics Converters Association (EuPC) has highlighted the need for quality recycled plastic materials (rPM) in the packaging industry. This is especially if the increase of rPM envisioned in the Plastics Strategy is to be achieved. In further news, Atlas Holdings acquired Saxco International, while Mondi invested in its Austrian plant to boost its ability to offer liners for flexible intermediate bulk containers. SIG showcased a novel way in which to recycle used beverage cartons by building a school canteen in Thailand entirely from recycled cartons.

  • Plastic vs paper debate builds momentum as Swedish research ranks paper-based packs most eco-friendly

    Packaging & Technology News

    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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