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  • 3D Printing Poised to Usher in a Period of Rapid Growth in the Kenyan Market

    Posted on :Tuesday , 2nd July 2019

    Kenya has long been considered as the innovation hub in Africa.In Kenya today, several businesses provide 3D printing facilities with the nation having an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.3D printing has been a very sensible and pleasant technology, and if anything that propels it all, it is the Kenyan mentality to offer home-grown alternatives. In this line of. . .

  • UPM Raflatac Introduces New Film Label for the African market, Anticipates Huge Demand

    Posted on :Wednesday , 10th July 2019

    UPM Raflatac are global manufacturers and suppliers of pressure sensitive label materials.Recently the company intoduced their fresh PE 65 film label stock range for the African market along with the European, Middle Eastern and Indian markets.The PE 65 Film Labels are the company's thinnest squeezable films to date in addition to being the thinnest PE label produce. . .

  • Italian Printing Giants 'Durst' Seeks New Business Opportunities in Africa

    Posted on :Wednesday , 29th May 2019

    Pyrotec PackMedia invested in an eight-color digital label press from Durst, a manufacturer of digital printing and manufacturing technology, bringing the Durst Tau 330 RSC into the African market for the first time. This latest addition of machinery opens up a new digital future with Durst technology and will play an important role in the latest digital label printing business venture of the c. . .

  • China's Weeco Recycling Opens New Plastic Recycling Plant in Kenya

    Posted on :Wednesday , 29th May 2019

    A China based recycling firm recently opened a new plastic waste recycling plant in eastern Kenya investing 4.5 billion shillings (US$ 45 million)  to help curb environmental degradation.

    Weeco Recycling Company, which processes 2,000 tons of PET bottles each month and recycles them into pellets and polyester fiber, announced the establishment of two plants in the East African coun. . .

  • ALLWIN PACKAGING KENYA AND ISHIDA EUROPE WORK HAND IN HAND TO INCREASE MARKET VALUE

    Posted on :Tuesday , 30th April 2019

    In Kenya plastic packaging is almost entirely dependent on imports.  This is due to the post-harvest losses caused by insufficient packaging and processing technology in East African countries are as high as 30%, and up to 70% of fruits and vegetables have to besold with out packing and thus might get wasted. The increase in per capita income in Kenya has led to an increase in packa. . .

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