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Suntory will use the thinnest 16 micron commodity label on PET beverage bottles

Suntory holding company's Suntory Guoneng battery, which is engaged in food and beverage business, has lithium iron phosphate series and 3-yuan series battery. Suntory Food International Co., Ltd. thus promotes the development of wood plastic composites, wallboards and other building plastic products, and decides to use 16 micron( μ m) The product label is practical, which is the thinnest PET bottled beverage produced in Japan. This is a roll label directly wrapped around the bottle, which has been used to bottle "Suntory natural water" since May. 80% of the product uses recycled PET resin

Suntory food international adopted a 60% 18 micron thick commodity label using recycled PET resin in October 2010. Now all roll labels of PET bottled drinks are such labels. The 16 micron product label developed and put into use to further reduce the environmental load has increased the mixing rate of recycled PET resin to 80% and reduced the thickness by 2 microns

the carbon dioxide emission of the film manufacturing process can be reduced by 23% by using a roll label with a thickness of 16 microns. In the future, this kind of commodity label will also be used for tea drinks such as "yiyouweimen" and "Sandri oolong tea automobile industry", and will be used for all commodities with roll labels in 2012. Suntory food international will continue to actively promote environmental countermeasures related to containers

so far, Suntory food international has reduced the weight of 550ml PET bottles to 13.5g in March 2011, following the use of 60% recycled PET resin and 18 micron thick commodity labels. In April of the same year, Suntory food international first adopted the technology of using recycled PET bottles to make pet bottles in Japan. In terms of shrink labels wrapped by heating shrinkage, the company developed the world's thinnest 18 micron product in March 2012

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