Extrusion Lamination uses molten resin to bond one or two substrates together to form a multi-layer, flexible packaging lamination. An in-line process offers a one-step solution. Berry provides a breathable layer option where needed.
Adhesive lamination coats one film with adhesive and is then laminated to a second or third film. This capability is utilized for elastic and non-elastic films in both in-line and off-line production.
Ultrasonic lamination creates a more premium, elastic product and can be customized to generate various bond strengths, patterns and substrates. Ultrasonic lamination avoids using additional raw materials to bond various substrates by utilizing a mechanical/electric process that creates a customizable bonding pattern.
News & Insights
Berry Global Underlines Its Commitment to South East Asia Region
Berry Global will demonstrate its commitment to delivering innovative, patient-centric packaging, dispensing solutions, and drug delivery devices for India and the South Asia region on the company’s stand at this year’s CPHI India exhibition.
Kraft Heinz Introduces First Fully Recyclable Ketchup Cap with help from Berry Global
The launch by Kraft Heinz Company of its fully recyclable cap for its famous squeezy ketchup bottle demonstrates the collaborative achievement utilizing the innovative design and manufacturing capabilities of Berry Global in supporting retail brands with a move towards more sustainable packaging solutions.
Berry’s Reusable Container Offers the Ideal Refill Solution
A bespoke 14 litre HDPE reusable container designed and manufactured by Berry Global is playing a central role as the vessel for a new refill packaging solution from the Refill Coalition. The pilot for the solution was initiated at Aldi UK in its Solihull branch on October 23rd.
Spotlight: Powering Facilities with Wind and Solar Helps Us Provide Lower-Carbon Solutions
Berry Global and ACCIONA Energía are collaborating to power all four of Berry’s facilities in Mexico with wind and solar power. The five-year power purchase agreement procures nearly 100,000 megawatt hours (MWh) of cost-effective, renewable energy annually, and is projected to avoid around 40,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, or CO2e, annually – equivalent to taking over 15,000 cars off the road.