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Use Of Biodegradable Materials Is Changing The Packaging World

August 11, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Companies in the food, beverages, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals industries are heavy users of returnable bulk shipment packaging, including pallets, bulk boxes, barrels, and plastic drums. It’s a $9 billion market that depends heavily on synthetic, petroleum-based plastics – the bane of the enviro-conscious world. Companies like Dow Chemical and Braskem, experimenting with environmentally-friendly packaging materials, are investing in bio-based polymers and biomass. New packaging options have led to another emerging trend that offers an ancillary benefit to vendors: they are more easily customizable in terms of height, length, and breadth. [Image Credit: © Returnable Packaging Resource ]
Matt Hamer, "Three Trends in Returnable Packaging", BakingBusiness.com, August 11, 2017, © SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY
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