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a sustainable packaging concept for the frozen food industry with potential for a substantial material reduction, according to PowderBulkSolids.com.


Their solution comprises the new PHS 2.0 sealing technology from Syntegon and Sabic’s 20-micrometre thin biaxially oriented polyethylene (BOPE) film. Brand owners can now cut material consumption and increase output by replacing conventional low-density polyethylene (LDPE) films with BOPE sealed on PHS 2.0 equipment. Pillow bags are the pack style of choice throughout the


frozen food sector with most currently made of LDPE. Driven by their mission to deliver sustainability without compromise, the two companies are committed to finding an alternative to LDPE films. The answer lies in the new BOPE film from Sabic and the PHS 2.0 sealings ystem from Syntegon for vertical form, fill, and seal machines. Meanwhile, Metal-AM reports that Additive Industries,


from Eindhoven in the Netherlands, has launched a ‘Productivity Leadership Challenge’ video series. The company decided to release one video a week for ten weeks, in the run-up to form next in November. Additive Industries explains that the video series will show how to achieve the promise of additive manufacturing through all the aspects of manufacturing end-use parts, what productivity means, how to achieve both quality and low part price, and show what it means to customers. The industrial manufacturer Flexicon Corp plans to double its Bethlehem Township facility in Pennsylvania, USA, and add and additional 50 jobs to its 138-strong workforce, according to lehighvalleylive.com. The company, which manufactures engineered industrial


bulk handling and processing equipment and systems, serves many markets including food, chemical, mining,


construction materials, pharmaceuticals and petroleum. Its plans include a $6.3million, 90,000-square-foot addition to its current plant.


PROMOTING AND PROTECTING Sartori, a Brazil-based manufacturer of orthopaedic implants and instruments, has bought a metal additive manufacturing machine from SLM Solutions of Lübeck, Germany, according to 3dadept.com.


The 280 laser beam powder bed fusion machine will be Sartori’s first AM machine the company hopes it will help it address the expected growth in demand for high-quality and economical devices in Brazilian healthcare. With more than 20 years of expertise in the production of orthopaedic implants and instruments, Sartori provides a range of surgical implants designed to improve the lives of patients and generate sustainable benefits. The company works closely with international regulatory authorities such as ANVISA (Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária) to qualify machines for medical production (IQ, OQ and PQ) while promoting and protecting public health in the approval of medical devices. Luiz Guilherme Sartori, CEO, said: “Additive Manufacturing gives us the possibility to provide implants and instruments with functional integration that enable improved surgical outcomes, improving patients’ lives.” The global food giant, Cargill, has announced plans for a 700 square-metre “House of Chocolate” complex in Mouscron, Belgium. The complex will be built alongside the company’s existing chocolate factory and include a chocolate experience centre, pilot plant, sensory lab and creative workspace for the company’s European R&D team, Food Engineering magazine reports.


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