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TAF
Anti-Fog Film
NewMarketing
member at
Ti
LLC
Ti
is pleased to introduce Maria Monique Murillo as Marketing
Assistant based in our Dubai office. Ms. Murillo holds a BS Business
Administration with a specialization in Marketing Management and
will be coordinating all
Ti
marketing activities for Asia, Middle East
and Africa (AMEA). Welcome, Maria Monique!
Ti
Egypt has enhanced its range of biaxially orientated polypropylene films with a new added value product:
TAF “Transparent Anti Fog Film.”
TAF film is an excellent choice for refrigerated products and is specially designed for fresh fruits and
vegetables packed in a modified atmosphere which requires high oxygen protection. The use of TAF also
providesprotectionbykeepingfruits
and vegetables clean and safe to
eat. In addition, the attractive high
gloss and transparent packaging
plays a significant role by increasing
shelf appeal to customers when
buying fresh foods. TAF offers
long term anti-fog performance,
chemical and abrasion resistance,
and optical clarity.
With
Ti
’s new high performing
transparent TAF film, it’s easier
than ever before to keep fresh foods
fresh, and packaging fog-free.
Ti
Egypt is pleased to announce that its extended range of
products now includes MUS, a matte co-extruded BOPP film.
Thanks to its good printability, MUS film creates visual impact
with its “paper look” finish and perceptible texturewith a smooth
surface. Matte films are highly appreciated especially in
packaging that aims to transmit a positive message in terms
of the organic and nutritious aspects of certain products.
Ti
’s MUS matte film includes a treated heat sealable
glossy layer, an OPP core, and a low-luster matte layer.
Considered one of the bestselling packaging films on the
market, MUS is suitable for packaging snack foods and
confectionery products such as candies and bakery items.
A show of market power and a window to the future – this is an apt summary of
the
Ti
booth at Labelexpo India. The distinguished show, held at the India Expo
Mart in Greater Noida, Delhi from November 17-20 this year, hosted over 200
exhibitors and more than 8,000 visitors.
The event could be compared to a grand Indian wedding ceremony due to the
festivity and the optimism of attendees in otherwise challenging times for the
industry globally. For three days, more than 180 visitors thronged to
Ti
’s booth
despite hazy weather in Delhi and the show timing over a weekend. These
visitors represented the full gamut of stakeholders within the industry, and the
show was overwhelmingly attended by the country’s large number of associates focused on PSL and the PSL printing sector.
Ti
’s booth satisfied their senses of sight and touch thanks to its
innovative “Specialty Label Films” portfolio: a fusion of
Ti
label
films and DERPROSA™ technology. These films are available in
a variety thicknesses and finishes for self-adhesive facestock
products as well as over-laminations, wrap around roll-fed, and
even in-mold labels.
The development and growth of the I-IML industry in India has
mainly been fueled by
Ti
Films with consistently performing
films like LIM, LIG, and LIT. At Labelexpo India, stakeholders
were introduced to the next phase of high performing products
added to
Ti
’s range including LIU and LFE for even further
growth. The industry is well established and the printers are well
equipped for the next phase of growth while the molders are
getting ready with new infrastructure. During the show,
Ti
also
launched its low density range of WAL films offering high gloss
and improved labeling performance apart from LTG – a low micron transparent label offering high clarity and high labeling speed
onmodern labelingmachines. Mr. IbrahimHammoda,
Ti
Regional Sales Manager for AMEA region stated: “It was a good show; we
demonstrated to the Indian audience the direction that the global label industry is taking and our dedication to be a part of such a
drive in India.”
Ti
at
Labelexpo India
2016
From Left to Right: Arun Kumar Nair, Abdul Rasheed, Ibrahim Hammoda and
Natarajan Veeranathan.
Focus LABELEXPO
MUS:
Matte film
now produced in
Ti
Egypt
Middle East
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