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Employees Take Action to be Part of Healing and Growth

Posted 07/02/2020 by Pamela Weier, Community Affairs

The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, sparked tremendous outrage all over the world. Uprisings and protests led to destruction of neighborhoods very close to our world headquarters.

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Where Does Sustainability Stand Amid COVID-19?

Posted 07/02/2020 by Julia Li, Global Marketing Manager, Hygiene and Nonwovens

The pandemic has forced manufacturers to put an increased focus on safety. But where has that left other critical areas, such as sustainability? Can we have both in the time of COVID-19? Speakers from across the hygiene and nonwovens industry recently addressed the impact of the pandemic on sustainability as part of the Safety Versus Sustainability webinar. Read this blog to learn more.

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Packaging Solutions for the South African Agriculture Market

Posted 07/01/2020 by Ronald Prinsloo, Business Manager, North and Southern Africa

South Africa has a vibrant and diverse agriculture sector, which makes it an excellent source of food for that country as well as countries around the world. Let’s take a look at the role packaging is playing and the latest trends in the South African agriculture market. 

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How to Develop Liquid-Resistant Paper Straws

Posted 06/30/2020 by Erin L'Hotta, Marketing Manager, Paper Converting

As more and more consumers are adopting an “anti-plastic” movement mindset, paper straws are becoming an increasingly important alternative. Read this blog to learn about consumer attitudes toward paper straws and paper straw test methods for liquid resistance.

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What is a Sealant?

Posted 06/25/2020 by Johanna Sieber - Product Manager EMEA Engineering Adhesives

Sealants are usually paste-like compounds that are plastically deformable when applied and adhere to both sides of a joint to be sealed. Sealants either retain their plasticity after being introduced into the joint or change to a more or less elastic state through a mostly chemical reaction.

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