SIG Combibloc

SIG continues to address consumers’ ever-changing needs with the launch of its unique combistyle carton pack. Read more

SIG has announced that it will offer beverage cartons made with recycled polymers produced from post-consumer plastic waste. Read more

SIG announces the launch of the new combiMaxx closure, which the company says will offer consumers a new level of convenience, while allowing existing customers to upgrade their packaging without a major investment or the need for new sleeves. Read more

A state-of-the-art environmental lifecycle assessment (LCA) has indicated that single-use beverage cartons compare favourably with reusable glass bottles – and outperform single-use PET bottles – across the fresh milk, juice and UHT milk markets. Read more

B-Better®, a water start-up brand from Unilever’s Future Platform, is launching a range of water beverages in SIG’s combidome carton bottle, which the company says offers the advantages of an aseptic carton pack and all the benefits of a bottle shape Read more

SIG is making aseptic cartons with ASI-certified aluminium foil available to consumers for the first time in partnership with B-Better®, a start-up brand from Unilever’s Future Platform. Read more

Rolf Stangl, chief executive at SIG Combibloc, explores the role packaging companies can play to build zero carbon and circular economy solutions. Read more

Aseptic cartons have enjoyed growing popularity thanks to benefits such as enabling ambient distribution, offering product protection, cube efficiency and convenience. Read more

SIG is the first in the industry to enable customers to demonstrate their commitment to responsible aluminium sourcing using the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) certification. Read more

There has been increasing interest in alternatives to plastic straws, following last year’s single-use plastics ban. Read more

With food and beverage manufacturers facing a new level of production challenges, SIG has developed Plant 360 Controller – a new digital monitoring and control solution to optimize every angle of filling plant operations. Read more

True innovation isn’t something that happens overnight. And it isn’t something that always comes from a flash of brilliance. Read more

Where did this product come from? It is a simple question that is fuelling a new era of fully transparent and traceable products. Consumers want to buy healthy, quality food that they can trust. Read more

Packaging Europe has announced the top four submissions in each of the six categories of the Sustainability Awards 2018, as judged by the seventeen-strong, independent jury representing the breadth of the European packaging value chain. Read more

Today’s food and beverage production demands a digital filling line solution that can deliver a highly accurate monitoring system for information management that may be remote but is using real time data. Read more

The big reveal continues with the 5th of 6 categories in the Sustainability Awards 2018. Here we announce the judges' top four entries that have developed or applied bio-materials with significant positive impact on the environment. Read more

Dr. Daryoush Sangi, SIG’s Head of Production Engineering & Strategic Partnerships, shares his insights for creating a smarter factory and navigating the era of Industry 4.0. Read more

Hot drinks in a carton from SIG; breakthrough in paper batteries from BillerudKorsnäs & Uppsala University; and the new bottle from Beatson Clark & Kolibri Drinks with sugar in a dosing cap. Read more

Research has shown that consumers, in Asia in particular, are looking for hot drinks that can also be taken with them for on-the-go consumption. Read more

SIG and GE Digital announce a strategic partnership to power digital innovation in food and beverage packaging. Read more

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