• for folding cartons, its high bulk construction offers 91 ISO brightness, cleanliness, smoothness (PPS 1.0) and consistency
• may be used as a liner for corrugated cases, and with litho lamination on corrugated mediums
M-real USA Corp.
Since incorporating in 1993, North Brunswick, NJ-based Artegraft Inc. has used glass tubes to ship its U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved Class III natural collagen vascular grafts to hospitals, clinics, or hospital distributors. But occasional breakage during distribution and the desire to trim costs led the company to make a change this year to Eastman Chemical's Eastar Copolyester MB002 resin. Eastman worked with O.Berk Co. to make the conversion. As a result of its transition to the tube, which incorporates a flat side, Artegraft is preventing breakage and saving money.