Marchesini is continuing to push into the cosmetic packaging market and will be attending Hispack 2018.
French private equity firm PAI Partners is in exclusive talks to buy Albéa in a $1.5bn deal.
Flexible packaging firm Skymark is investing in new integrated slitting and laser technology.
Cosmetic packaging and closures manufacturer Albéa is again being put up for sale, according to Reuters.
Quadpack Industries is expanding its presence in the Asian beauty brands market with a dedicated sales operation to service brands and contract fillers in the Pacific region.
Label manufacturers Royston Labels is to move to a new central “state-of-the-art production facility”.
James Cropper 3D Products has been appointed by Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics as part of the brand’s commitment to finding ethically sourced packaging.
Wooden packaging producer Pujolasos has increased its production capacity from 25 million caps to 50 million in one year.
Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Bury has appointed Alastair Bearman as its new sales and marketing director following the retirement of Martin Hardman.
Spanish packaging distribution firm Rafesa has incorporated a new collar in glossy black to its range.
Essentra has announced plans to close one of its Newport sites, with 150 jobs at risk.
Constantia Flexibles has agreed a deal to sell its labels division to Multi-Color Corporation for approximately €1.15bn (£1bn) – creating one of the largest labels business in the world.
Members of the BMA (British Medical Association) are looking to introduce warnings on sugary sweets in order to reduce the consumption of sugar by children.
Cosmetics contract manufacturer has reported success using the new Linx 10 coder.
Essentra has announced its first National Apprenticeship Programme.