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Glenroy Introduces High-Performance Tie Layer Technology

July 20, 2012

Glenroy, Inc., Menomonee Falls, WI, a custom converter and printer of flexible packaging, introduces HPC—a high-performance tie layer technology for foil-based flexible packaging. Developed using customer feedback, HPC (High Performance Component) is engineered to meet cost objectives without sacrificing performance. HPC flexible packaging structures feature impressive chemical resistance, high-performance oxygen and moisture barrier properties, superior machinability and roll conformity, and economical pricing. Test results have shown HPC flexible packaging structures frequently outperforming other foil-based flexible packaging structures, the company says.

Manufactured with state-of-the-art extrusion lamination equipment, HPC is available as a component within Glenroy’s line of foil-based flexible packaging laminations. HPC flexible packaging laminations are also available within Glenroy’s line of ExpressWeb surface printable packaging films, which are stocked and ready to ship within two to three business days.

According to Rich Buss, president of Glenroy, “We continually search for new ways to advance the success of our customers. Expanding our offering to include HPC allows us to provide our customers with extremely cost-effective, high-performance flexible packaging structures.”

Since 1965, Glenroy, Inc. has been a trusted supplier of flexible packaging. Glenroy manufactures high-quality packaging film and pre-formed pouches for a variety of industries, including personal care and cosmetic, animal care and nutrition, pharmaceutical and medical, nutraceutical, automotive and household products. For more informatin: www.glenroy.com
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