Selig Group acquires MGJ

Selig Group Announces Acquisition of MGJ

Selig Group, owned by CC Industries (“CCI”), announced today that it has acquired Manufacture Générale de Joints (“MGJ”). Founded in 1947 and headquartered near Lyon, France, MGJ is a leading supplier of foam-based liners worldwide.

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Environmental Agenda Driving Changes in Induction Heat Sealing

Induction heat sealing has been around as a packaging sealing method for over 70 years. However, with the seismic shift to online purchasing driving induction heat sealing growth and environmental pressures increasing demand for simpler mono-materials, liner design is set to change again.

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Recyclable Flexible Packaging Trials Successful for Selig Flexibles

With the focus squarely on plastic packaging waste reduction, Selig Flexibles is working with clients to offer them more recyclable flexible packaging solutions. The company’s 84% recyclable flexible plastic packaging offering is being trialed in companies across Europe at present.

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The Plastics Packaging Tax

The Plastics Packaging Tax: Will We Be Ready?

The UK Government published its policy paper on the introduction of the Plastic Packaging Tax in November. The tax aims to provide economic incentive to businesses to use recycled materials in the production of their plastics packaging.

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New Selig website

New Selig Website Launched to Help Find the Right Seal, Every Time

Selig is placing a priority on customers getting the right seal, every time, with the launch of the company’s new website – www.seligsealing.com.  The website includes a detailed liner selection guide, a new online personalized datasheet library, and an easy-to-use product gallery.

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Overcoming Pack Challenges For E-Commerce Supply Chain

With more demand for convenience, fragmentation of the supply chain and increased calls for sustainability, e-commerce packaging materials are having to work harder than ever before. Here Darren Dodd, sales and marketing director at Selig, a provider of induction heat seals, discusses the packaging challenges for producers to overcome.

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Glass jar sealing research puts Selig on top

Glass Jar Sealing Research Puts Selig on Top

A new series of independent tests performed to discover the best way to seal glass jars has put Selig’s GlassFuze™ on top. The research was commissioned by a peanut butter producer following complaints from customers relating to product spoilage.

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weight loss for plastic packaging

A Weight-loss Programme for Plastic Packaging

Companies are under increasing pressure to reduce the amount of plastics used, leading many to work towards ‘lightweighting’ their packaging designs. Selig highlights the results achievable when lightweighting is coupled with induction heat sealing.

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