Peachtree Packaging Invests In Poteet Printing Ink Kitchen
Digital ink manage- ment is the gold stan- dard for high volume printing companies. The new ink kitchen updates the previous- ly manual process of blending CMYK and base colors. Using SPEC I-Blend software and water-based, en- vironmentally friend- ly products, the ink kitchen works in tan- dem with the high-vol- ume production capa-
Lawrenceville, Georgia based Peachtree Packaging & Display has invested in a new state-of-the-art ink kitch- en to automate and enhance its flexo printing services. Designed by Poteet Printing Systems, the revamped ink kitchen digitally blends raw materials to achieve brilliant and precise custom colors for point-of-purchase (POP) dis- plays and direct to consumer experiential packaging. “Poteet Printing Systems has been Peachtree’s ink supplier going on 20 years. They have helped us tremen- dously grow our display division,” said Chad Wagner, CEO and President of Peachtree Packaging & Display. “Poteet’s lab, customer service and technical representatives are always ready to provide Peachtree Packaging what we need to be successful in flexographic printing.”
bilities of Peachtree Packaging’s Gopfert 5-Color Dual-Die Cutting Press. Brought online in August 2018, the Gopfert
is a best-in-class flexographic printer that provides a total capacity of 10,000 full-size sheets per hour. Peachtree Packaging pro- duces approximately 1.5 million square feet of product daily. That equates to 31 NFL foot- ball fields of corrugated cardboard. AF&PA Offers Guidance Over Recyclability Of Pizza Boxes The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) today released new industry guid- ance that aims to clear up consumer con- fusion regarding the recyclability of pizza boxes. The guidance resulted from a study conducted by WestRock that found the pres- ence of grease and cheese at levels typically found on pizza boxes does not impact manu- facturing in a negative way. “Corrugated pizza boxes are successfully recycled every day at paper mills throughout the country, yet consumers remain confused by mixed messages suggesting that some boxes should not be put in the recycle bin,” said AF&PA President and CEO Heidi Brock. “Pizza boxes are recyclable. Consumers should not be concerned about grease or cheese. Remove any leftover pizza and place the box in the recycle bin. We encourage communities to update their residential recy- cling programs guidelines to explicitly accept pizza boxes that are free of food.” In a membership-wide survey, AF&PA members representing 93.6 percent of the total amount of Old Corrugated Containers consumed by member companies, said they accept corrugated pizza boxes for recycling.
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