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Avery Dennison Expands Prime Film Portfolio

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

New BOPP film constructions built on S7000 adhesive and BG liner expand options for converters

MENTOR, Ohio - Avery Dennison Corporation has added four new facestocks with a Bleached Glassine (BG) liner to its Prime Film Portfolio of BOPP films.

The Prime Film Portfolio is an engineered family of films purpose-built for the specific marketing and containers needs of the home and personal care, food and beverage market segments. All of the film constructions in the portfolio are anchored with the company’s proprietary S7000 adhesive, which delivers excellent clarity, conformability and productivity for high-speed converting.

“Our S7000 adhesive has shown customers the increased productivity and performance it delivers through hundreds of print runs and billions of square inches,” said Paul Purdef, Films Product Manager, North America. “By adding a BG liner, we are able to offer customers more options while still delivering operational improvements.”

The complete portfolio has been designed with S7000 to offer excellent performance in both converting and dispensing. The S7000 adhesive delivers 50 percent less ooze, reducing adhesive contamination and clean-up.

Available in white, clear and metalized options, the new BOPP film constructions are ideal for rigid containers. The films feature a balance of properties that eliminate darts and wrinkles in high-speed dispensing environments and challenging packaging formats which helps deliver greater shelf and brand appeal.

 

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