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PolyCello Becomes First SGP-Certified Canadian Printer

PolyCello of Amherst,

By Richard Romano
Published: June 27, 2011

PolyCello of Amherst, Nova Scotia, has become the first SGP-certified printing facility in Canada. Founded in 1956 and still family-owned, PolyCello specializes in flexible packaging printing—and is the largest facility of its kind in Canada. They plan to use the certification to sync with environmentally conscious clients looking for sustainable packaging solutions. Says SGP:
PolyCello strives to maintain a responsible balance between economic, environmental and social needs. The company offers alternative packaging solutions including MicroPack™ Steamable packaging, recyclable SmartPack™ packaging that replaces millions of landfill-bound laminated products, and a wide range of full-featured, multi-web stand up packages. The company also uses VOC-free solventless lamination and an in-line electron beam-cured solventless coating.
Kudos and congratulations to PolyCello!

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