• Give Guests Up-to-date Information With Literature Holders


    Whether your customer is browsing the used clothing section of your store or grabbing their weekly groceries, the literature holders from the Do-It Corporation provide any storefront with the resource they need to provide current information. A great way to show deals while also providing your current COVID information, literature holders are a benefit to any business that wishes to get out information of any kind. We have worked with enough retail businesses over the years to understand their needs, so contact our team and learn more about what we can do for you!

    If you are worried that, even with literature holders, that your customers may not see deals or policies that your store is enforcing, you can also get other display solutions from the Do-It Corporation to help draw attention to them. We have different methods of displaying information to your guests that you can utilize to help direct their attention to the appropriate location. From helping your customers see deals that you have available on shelves to finding your literature that may hold new store policies that they can be made aware of, Do-It has everything you need.

    Providing the best point-of-sale solutions since 1973, the Do-It Corporation can give your business all the tools for retail that you need. Contact us to learn more about how our literature displays can assist you!

  • Atlas introduces UVCtest Material Exposure Instrument


    The Atlas UVCTest™ is designed to test the durability of materials exposed to UVC radiation centered at 254 nm. It is based on the popular UVTest fluorescent/UV platform, with special modifications for safety and reliability. The output of the UVC-254 lamps simulates the ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) used by many sterilization devices.

  • GEA supplies compressor packages for refinery application in Azerbaijan

    Honeywell UOP selected GEA Refrigeration Technologies’ oil & gas team to supply engineered compression packages for a tail gas application at a refinery in Azerbaijan. Utilizing GEA's most powerful screw compressor, the GEA model XH, the systems are designed for a modernization program at the refinery.

  • GEA explores digitally driven energy savings for industrial refrigeration systems at virtual Cooling Club on March 18

    Düsseldorf (Germany), February 24, 2021 — Companies benefit particularly strongly from the ever-evolving GEA Omni control panel. GEA is discussing the subject of digital control of industrial refrigeration systems in its first Cooling Club webinar of the year entitled, “Improve Your Bottom Line with the Energy-saving GEA Omni Control Panel”. The webinar will take place from 4:00- 5:00pm Central European Time on Thursday, March 18, 2021. 

    Click here to register. 

  • Label Academy to host third virtual master class

    Label Academy, the global training provider for the label and package printing industry, is to host its third virtual master class aimed at an international audience in March. This latest learning opportunity will cover brand protection for the first time.

  • The bad, the ugly and the good - New consumer research highlights packaging frustrations and delights

    How attitudes to packaging and its functionality have changed over the past seven years, based on a detailed survey of 1,000 UK consumers, is the subject of a new White Paper from leading packaging tapes provider Essentra Tapes. 
    The full results were first revealed at a recent ThePackHub webinar, where Essentra Tape’s head of marketing & development, Ian Beresford, unveiled consumers’ latest opinions and compared them to previous research in 2013. 

  • Sustainability in Medium-Sized Enterprises: Schreiner Group Supports E-Mobility

    Schreiner Group has been committed to climate protection and sustainability for many years. As a result of its environmental programs, the high-tech company has reduced its carbon dioxide emissions by 65 percent and increased the utilization of renewable energies to more than 50 percent of its total energy consumption in recent years, among other things. Now the family-owned business has made another move towards a climate-neutral future by having installed and activated nine charging stations for electric vehicles at its headquarters in Oberschleissheim.

  • Resealable Beverage Cans

    XO is the new, innovative relock system for beverage cans. While new and revolutionary, the XO opening will still feel familiar to everybody: the XO resealable can opens like a traditional SOT (Stay-On-Tab) can, yet it includes what the SOT is missing: the ability to be relocked. Opening the XO-equipped can is an easy, intuitive and one-handed procedure. It’s the Relock Revolution for all canned beverages.


  • Enval helps Little Freddie increase pouch recycling by 526%


    Since the beginning of our partnership, we’ve enabled the recycling of over 625,000 pouches that otherwise would have ended up in landfill, or polluted our natural environment.

    The Laminates League’s model is simple: customers can request pre-paid recycling kits from participating brands’ websites that they can then use to send us their pouches. Using our unique proprietary pyrolysis solution, which can handle low-density packaging waste, we recycle each component of the pouches into materials that can be reprocessed and put back into circulation. Our technology separates the plastic and aluminium from the pouches and prevents them from ending up in landfill. This ultimately creates a circular process for aluminium recycling, as waste materials can be turned into the building blocks used to manufacture new materials, before being reintroduced into the supply chain. The recycled aluminium is re-used to make new aluminium products, while the plastic is recycled into oil; we are now working with the plastic producers to use this oil to make new virgin plastics.

    2020 marked a turning point for Little Freddie, as it was able to introduce our recycling mailbags in 130 Sainsbury’s stores and online, a first in the UK. The bags retail at 99p at no profit and are now also stocked online by Ocado, Eversfield Organic and Farmdrop, as well as in-store by Daylesford. This expansion into supermarkets and online retailers has smoothed the process for end consumers, making it easier than ever before for them to send us their pouches.

    We also expanded the Little Freddie scheme further, accepting pouches from all baby food brands. As a result, the number of pouches recycled has skyrocketed, increasing by an astonishing 526%. This is an incredible achievement for the Laminates League. With more brands joining our recycling scheme we are confident that we will soon be able to work with local authorities, waste handlers and other contractors to develop and implement a proper collection and segregation system across the UK.

    If you are a brand or a retailer wishing to expand the recyclability of your products and strengthen the profitability and sustainability of your company, then please contact us to join the Laminates League.

  • Xaar’s Futureprint Presentation To Highlight Inkjet Printing’s Drive Into New Applications

    February 23, 2021 - Leading inkjet technology company, Xaar, and novel jetting technology provider Meta Additive, will demonstrate how Xaar’s technologies and collaborative approach are enabling ground-breaking applications, at this month’s FuturePrint virtual conference. 

    Titled, ‘Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible’, Graham Tweedale, General Manager of Xaar’s printhead business, will review how Xaar’s unique technologies are pushing inkjet and 3D printing beyond its traditional applications into increasingly new areas. 

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