The demand for automatic packaging machines is rising with the increasing level of automation in the Middle East’s manufacturing sector, according to an expert.
Emmebi of Italy has installed seven plants in the UAE for its v
Cortec Corporation, a leader in innovative, environmentally responsible VpCI and MCI corrosion control technologies, has unveiled a high-tech corrosion protective packaging solution.
The recyclable and non-toxic VpCI-126 EM UV fil
Mitsui & Co has taken a 15 per cent stake in unlisted Turkish packaging firm Sarten, as the Japanese trading house looks to take advantage of Turkey's economic growth and proximity to Europe and the Middle East.
Bosch Packaging Technology, a leading supplier of process and packaging technology, is set to acquire Florida-based Osgood Industries.
The firm intends to further strengthen its engagement in the liquid food industry in North Amer
The demand for quality packing materials and machinery from manufacturers and suppliers of beauty and personals care products in the region is growing, as the Middle East market for beauty products continues to grow at an appreciable rate, accor
Oman’s Sohar Port and Freezone plans to attract downstream plastics manufacturers to the logistics hub ahead of the construction of the Sultanate’s first dedicated agricultural terminal, a report said.
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Saudi Arabia maintains 70 per cent share of the GCC’s total packaging industry as per recent industry studies, with local business posting a 15 per cent annual growth.
Due to a widespread use of plastic as a raw packaging ma
Saudi Arabia's Takween Advanced Industries said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy a packaging unit of the region's largest food firm Savola Group for SR910 million ($242.5 million).
The firms reached agreement the price fo
Saudi Arabia's largest food firm Savola Group has entered into final negotiations with Takween Advanced Industries on the sale of Savola's packaging unit, Takween said on Sunday.
The two firms extended talks in November an
Saudi Arabia has earmarked $91 billion to be spent over the next 10 years to build new petrochemicals plants and expand existing ones as well as integrate refineries with petrochemical units, according to industry experts.