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Fresh product development ideas and valuable tips for using raw materials such as plastics, chemicals and lubricants.

How to choose the optimal materials for manufacturing collation shrink packaging films?

The demand for collation shrink packaging films, a type of wrap film used to wrap packaging containing multiple articles like bottles, is increasing constantly.This is no surprise since it offers many advantages in creating efficient and effective multi-pack and bundling packaging solutions.
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July 26, 2023 | Telko Ltd

Innovative sustainable materials for plastic packaging

Look around, and you see at least a dozen things that are made of plastic – everything from plastic packaging to household items. Plastic enables us to live the kind of modern, safe, and secure lives we lead. However, the way we as people and in wider society (mis)use it has become a global..
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April 26, 2023 | Telko Ltd

Telko Effect – A way towards more sustainable plastics

Sustainability is ingrained in the DNA of the Telko Effect, and for a good reason. In a rapidly changing world we all – Telko, our customers, you, me, everyone – need sustainable solutions that help us take on future challenges.
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February 27, 2023 | Petteri Martikainen

Blog: SUP had PLA for breakfast (with biodegradable cutlery)

There was again plenty to see at the K2019 trade fair in Düsseldorf. Various recycling and bioplastics solutions and circular economy thinking in general were very much on display and reflected the recent debate around plastics.
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November 8, 2019 | Liinamaa, Kimmo

Article: Telko Ltd is ISCC Plus certified

ISCC certification is one example of Telko’s commitment to provide sustainable solutions to our customers. Certification with ISCC Plus enables us to supply sustainable plastics with mass balance principles to our customers.
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October 15, 2019 | Telko Ltd

Did you know this about fire-resistant plastic materials?

No plastic material is fully fireproof or can be made so. Instead, plastic materials can be treated to be fire-resistant enough to fulfill the requirements of product safety standards.
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November 26, 2018 | Juri Kopponen