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  1. BIAXPLEN at Labelexpo Europe

    ... Global Series, said: “Flexible packaging is one of the fastest growing and most exciting areas of the label and package printing industry, so we decided to incorporate it as a major feature at our 40 th anniversary edition of Labelexpo Europe.” BIAXPLEN took part at the 2019 trade show for the first time. The Company presented more than 50 types of BOPP film, with films for wrap-around, self-adhesive and in-mould labelling playing centre stage. In its negotiations with customers, the Company ...

  2. BIAXPLEN and Manucor join forces

    The companies set up a joint venture to produce BOPP film. BIAXPLEN has acquired a 50% stake in Manucor S.p.A, a leading European BOPP film manufacturer with a production site of 100 ktpa in Italy and exports to 35 countries. This will enable BIAXPLEN and Manucor to combine best practices in sales and ...

  3. Focus on BOPP

    BIAXPLEN closes the sale of its cast polypropylene film production facility in Novokuybyshevsk. The cast polypropylene film production site in Novokuybyshevsk, Samara Region, was acquired by Planeta Centre. The investor plans to invest in its further ...

  4. Phthalate-free is the trend

    ... forefront of the petrochemicals market. The theme featured prominently at the AMI Biax Film 2018 conference dedicated to the bi-oriented film industry. This year’s special conference in Vienna covered the state of the BOPP and BOPET markets, and BIAXPLEN – a major industry player – presented the Challenges and Opportunities for a Back-integrated BOPP producer report. Most conference participants addressed the need to implement a sustainable development concept, which has become a ...

  5. BOPP films – flexible strategy

    ... non-existent. Most of the products were imported fr om neighbouring Belarus or other countries, ranging as far as Latin America. It was not until 2005 that the market saw the first Russian producers using state-of-the-art BOPP film equipment. Those were BIAXPLEN, GRINN Plastic and NOVATEK-Polymer, with others following suit shortly after. The domestic capacities totalled 105 ktpa. While import substitution was slowly gaining traction, it was hard to imagine the government would soon adopt it as a strategy ...

  6. Everything revolves around safety

    Marat Falyakhov , Execurive Director at BIAXPLEN, shared his thoughts on nature, equality and hospitality. About career choice The main question I keep asking myself is to what extent parents should influence their children's choice of career. Should they give their kids free rein or, conversely,...

  7. Polymers in food packaging

    ... Unilever and Mars plan to achieve this goal by 2020 and 2025, respectively. The approach is twofold. First, packaging must be phthalate-free. Second, it needs to utilise mono structures for easier recycling. In Russia, such solutions are offered by BIAXPLEN, its leading producer of BOPP films. Phthalate-free plasticisers are designed to meet the most stringent requirements, including those of the medical equipment, toy and food packaging industries. “The phthalate-free trend is taking ...

  8. Happiness is not far away

    Leonid Shergin , Director for Production and Operations at SIBUR’s BIAXPLEN, on work–family balance, living in two cities, and his secret to happiness. About relocations This is my second time moving to Moscow. The first was when I came here from Perm in 2013 and worked at SIBUR’s Energy Centre for two ...

  9. A focus towards creativity

    BIAXPLEN’s round table talk has attracted over 100 participants. In mid October, BIAXPLEN gathered over 100 Clients, managers and experts for a round table talk at Areal Hotel in the Moscow Region to discuss its achievements and most pressing issues....

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