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FLEXO Magazine : May 2013
technology and a streamlined process achieved this return. Using Twinlock instead of stickyback saved more than 2 million square inches of stickyback material. Global began extruding its own film in its North Carolina facil- ity and recycled all unprinted scrap, closing the loop on the waste stream and sending nearly 72 tons less to the landfill. Wicket pins and spools were recycled, saving $73,000. Tony Maginnis, CEO/owner of Global Packaging commented, “Sales at Global Packaging continue to grow each year and our ability to sell sustain- ability and innovation to our customers accounts for much of that growth.” “Sustainability efforts eliminate waste, reduce packaging and lower the carbon footprint. We pass along the savings helping to reduce the cost to consumers. Brand owners are scoring suppliers on sustain- ability and we expect to continue to earn high grades,” added Frost. www.flexography.org may 2013 FLEXO 27 maginnis On press at Global Packaging