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Biodegradable Food Service Disposable Containers are fast becoming the standard. With improving technology and better heat resistant bio-plastic resins, this will become the de facto standard in the near future. Leslie Carr of Scyphus, writes about the Biodegradable Disposable Market, its future and how Scyphus Biodegradable Section is coping with the growing demand.
New report details capital investment and operating costs of a Butyl Acrylate Plant
Popcorn Boxes have evolved beyond the cinema and have become a favourite of event organisers and fast food joints alike. The primary reason, that these personalised popcorn boxes are becoming the preferred container over the erstwhile popular popcorn tubs, is the ease of storage and flexible printing options, and to top that, it's cost effective too.
Dr Theo Hacking, Director of Graduate Programmes, will be speaking at the Annual Sustainable Food & Beverage Conference at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Scyphus Director Leslie Carr, writes about Food Safety and a safer Food Industry.
Just like takeaway, which caters to fast food enthusiasts, a new dining culture is taking over. It's the 'home delivery' culture, online food delivery services, or direct from restaurant, home delivery of fine dining is in vogue in UK. Restaurants are gearing up with high-quality branded boxes, paper cups, pots & bags to extend their brand impression beyond the restaurant, to your dining table.
New report details capital investment and operating costs of a Sodium Hydroxide Plant
New report details capital investment and operating costs of a VAM Plant
New report details capital investment and operating costs of a Titanium Dioxide Plant
English breakfasts, fine dining, etiquette and sobriety, everything that is quaintly British is being taken over by an aggressive on the move eating and drinking, as work cultures change, and the way of life changes with that. Brits no more have the luxury of sitting at a restaurant for a quite lunch or a formal dinner. Good or bad, Britons are accepting the change and learning to live with it.
Winners to present their submissions at Pack Expo 2017 at
RPA Reusable Packaging Learning Center | Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | 2:30 pm PDT
In-flight advertising is not new, but not known to all for sure. It is one of the most effective branding solutions available to a company, and there are enumerable benefits. It creates a rare and ideal opportunity for businesses to communicate & engage target customers in a much captivating manner. Here are a few reasons why In-Flight advertising and specially with paper cups is important.
Scyphus had earlier written on QR Codes on Cups and Augmented Reality experiences extended to paper cups. They have written on how 3.3 Million UK consumers scanned a QR code in the 2nd Quarter of 2012, and this is what you needed to make the user engage, interact and convert into a customer much more easily. But since then technology has moved further ahead and we have Shazam to replace QR.
Paper cups as a medium of communication, conscious and subliminal messaging discussed by Scyphus Director Steve Morris
Scyphus has been writing about Brexit and its effect on SME and Industry in General, particularly because Britain not being a major manufacturing country, they now revisit the effect of Brexit on an economy that has shifted over the years vastly from a manufacturing to a service-driven economy. In 1948, British industry accounted for 41% of the British economy. By 2013, it was just 14%.
Diesel drivers on congested roads in towns and cities across the UK face new pollution taxes under Government plans which will ultimately herald the end of the traditional car. But this ambitious project of phasing out cars as we know will eventually increase the pressure on the power grid manifolds, the UK would need as many as 10 new power stations to cope with the electric revolution.