(BASF) -- BASF is to present once again at the international packaging fair, Interpack, in Dusseldorf from May 12 to 18. The company's solutions are presented in five neatly divided themed areas: cost reduction, sustainability, differentiation at the point of sale, content protection and convenience. Among the following BASF highlights Hexamoll Dinch, an innovative plasticizer made specially for sensitive applications such as toys, medical devices and food-contact products. Hexamoll Dinch is ideally suited for products such as cling film and O-rings for screw closures.
Aurora special effect film opens up a variety of optical effects for product designers, packaging and label manufacturers. The film is high-luster with intriguing reflections and comes in a wide range of colors. Aurora can be used for a variety of applications and in combination with a range of matrix materials such as paper and carton.
As the leading supplier of additives and pigments to the plastics industry, BASF offers its packaging customers a wide variety of products and solutions that enhance the appeal and functionality of packaging. With its unique industry platform approach, its broad product portfolio, and its extensive technical know-how, BASF is able to generate synergies and deliver extra value.
BASF offers a broad portfolio of light stabilizers such as Chimassorb, Tinuvin and Uvinul designed to protect not only the plastic packaging itself from rapid aging but also its valuable contents from the harmful effects of ultra-violet radiation.
With its high elasticity and resilience coupled with very high transparency and luster, BASF Styroflex, SBC block copolymer from the styrene plastics family, is used for applications including stretch hoods and thin film.