February 22, 2012
Next week, we will be showcasing our packaging adhesives and solutions at IPACK-IMA in Milan, Italy. The show, held Feb. 28 - March 3, is one of the key international events for professionals in packaging, processing and material handling.
At H.B. Fuller, we work hard to develop products that meet customer needs. IPACK-IMA gives us an opportunity to share these solutions and explore how we can help attendees improve packaging functionality and create differentiation, which can give them an edge in the market.
We look forward to exhibiting our innovations for carton sealing, container labeling and flexible packaging, as well as for packaging opening systems provided by our Adalis™ division.
For case and carton sealing, we will highlight Advantra Encore™ hot melt adhesive, which offers higher mileage than traditional hot melt technologies; and our flagship Advantra hot melt adhesive line, which delivers superior performance and can reduce overall adhesive costs.
Manufacturers looking for a premium labeling adhesive for their beer, wine and soft drink products will want to stop by to learn more about our LiquiLoc®PWL-5090 water- based labeling adhesive. We will also highlight our LiquiLoc® PWL-5066, with a proprietary polymer that creates a strong adhesion to untreated plastic, glass and cans and has Italian liquor tax stamp approval.
Adalis' Open-Sesame® system should create buzz for its benefits to retailers—it is display ready, can be easily opened without using a knife, enables consistent brand messaging and helps to shorten shelf restocking time.
For the flexible packaging market, we are excited to share our Flextra™ solventless and solvented laminating adhesives and Lunamelt® hot melt heat seal products, both of which help reduce packaging materials, lower shipping costs and address environmental concerns.
Visit us in Stand B78, Hall 9 to learn more about how we can help you with your toughest packaging challenges. Not going to the show? Contact us now.
Marketing Manager EOL, Labelling and Graphic Arts