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Corrugated trays keep fruit fresh for 3 extra days

Corrugated trays keep fruit fresh for 3 extra days

New research from the University of Bologna has shown that corrugated trays keep fruit fresher and safer than reusable plastic trays. This is the latest conclusion which definitively shows that corrugated is better for fruit producers and retailers.

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Norske Skog Saugbrugs develops new technology to produce better paper and new products

Norske Skog Saugbrugs develops new technology to produce better paper and new products

Norske Skog has been granted NOK 6.5 million from Innovation Norway for two projects. For further development of microfibrillated cellulose (MFC), or so-called nanocellul...

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On a large scale, heavy duty packaging

On a large scale, heavy duty packaging

Resistant. Able to withstand the toughest conditions and accommodate heavier products. Committed to high quality standards. Bulks, both solid and liquid, heavy products, b...

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Stylish, durable packaging that promotes sales

Stylish, durable packaging that promotes sales

Lune Group Oy is a Finnish company that specialises in the development, production and sales of Lunette menstrual cups. Though based in Finland, their customer base is gl...

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Liquid by-products from wood and forest industry find use in wood-plastic composites

Liquid by-products from wood and forest industry find use in wood-plastic composites

A novel method for adding liquid by-products from the wood industry into wood-plastic composites (WPCs) prior to manufacturing was developed in a new study from the Unive...

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Wooden Skyscrapers? A New Market Rising In Eiffel’s Iron Shadow

Wooden Skyscrapers? A New Market Rising In Eiffel’s Iron Shadow

France has long been an innovator in building materials, from the steel splendor of the Eiffel Tower to concrete to surprisingly resistant wood. Environmental factors hol...

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Take a peek at the car of the future – made from wood

Take a peek at the car of the future – made from wood

Can you imagine commuting to work or travelling to see friends in a flying car? Someday you might – and your flying car might just be made from wood.

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Introducing Krujet LWC

Introducing Krujet LWC

In 2016, Kruger Inc. proudly introduced Krujet, the world's first lightweight coated (LWC) paper designed specifically for high-speed inkjet web presses. Krujet is manufa...

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The incredible possibilities of 'invisible' wood

The incredible possibilities of 'invisible' wood

Wood has been the building block of some of the world's greatest architectural feats for thousands of years.

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