TUCKER, Ga. -- Flexible containers that mimic the shape and function of rigid containers but use 70% less material are nearing commercial use after several years of development by Jebco Packaging Systems and various partners. ovember at the Pack Expo show in Chicago, the first system has been leased to James River Corp.'s Food & Consumer Packaging Business facility in Milford, Ohio, to run sample packages. A joint venture with flexible packaging converter Printpack, Atlanta, called ...

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