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PACKPackaging
PACKPlanned Acts of Christian Kindness (Acts 1:8 Ministry; Green Bay, WI)
PACKPatriot Act Compliance Kit (Jewelers Vigilance Committee)
PACKPremier Aquatics Club of Klein (North Houston, TX)
PACKParents And Cataract Kids
PaCKParents and Community for Kids, Inc. (Estes Park, CO, USA)
PACKPlanet Action Club for Kids (environmental club; Clean Nova Scotia; Canada)
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Bag-in-box packaging uses nearly 200 million lb and will grow 6% annually due to benefits in waste reduction, lower transportation costs, and reduced container storage space.
Major beverage producers use all types of packaging even within individual product lines.
Instead, the packaging ordinance dictated that, beginning in January 1993, retailers had to "take back" primary packaging (cans, jars, boxes) at the point of sale and recycle it.
The ordinance covers all packaging, around 150 billion individual packages discarded each year in Germany, about 40 percent of the country's garbage.
One of the major trends in the retort packaging market is the retort pouch that is taking convenience to a whole new level and becoming increasingly popular among food product manufacturers.
One of the hottest issues is the latest revision to the packaging and packaging waste directive as it winds its way through the tortuous machinations of Europe's bureaucratic process.
Throw in the startup of the world's largest board machine and a large degree of recovered paper and pulp price volatility, and you have some idea of how European packaging companies see the medium term outlook: they simply can't make out anything coherent.
Increasing Shift from Rigid Packaging to Flexible Packaging
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