Extrusion Lamination uses molten resin to bond one or two substrates together to form a multi-layer, flexible packaging lamination. An in-line process offers a one-step solution. Berry provides a breathable layer option where needed.
Adhesive lamination coats one film with adhesive and is then laminated to a second or third film. This capability is utilized for elastic and non-elastic films in both in-line and off-line production.
Ultrasonic lamination creates a more premium, elastic product and can be customized to generate various bond strengths, patterns and substrates. Ultrasonic lamination avoids using additional raw materials to bond various substrates by utilizing a mechanical/electric process that creates a customizable bonding pattern.
News & Insights
Enhancing Sustainability and Functionality with Modern, 100% Recycled Neue Water Bottles
It was when consulting for a luxury fashion brand that NEUE Water’s founder, Michael Lowers, noticed a problem for the fabulous woman visiting the atelier studio. The bottled water on offer didn’t fit their handbag. Looking further, he noticed that nothing on the market did, and that is where the idea for NEUE Water was born.
Plaswood® Delivers a Crowd-Pleasing Circular Solution for Raised Flower Beds
Berry Global’s Plaswood® business has collaborated with ecological transformation specialist Veolia to install Plaswood® plastic lumber raised flower beds outside Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates stadium. Manufactured in part from recycled seat covers from the stadium, the new flower beds emphasize plastics’ role in the circular economy by demonstrating how products can be given a useful second life and avoid being sent to landfills.
Berry Partners with Local School Corporation to Educate Students in Manufacturing and Logistics
Berry Global is proud to announce its partnership with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC) to help local juniors and seniors jumpstart their careers in manufacturing and logistics. Berry built a unique state-of-the-art on-site classroom for instruction and labs. Students attending these classes will learn valuable skills for the workplace while earning their high school diploma.