P&G pushes the limits of two-stage ISBM

February 2013
Popular Plastics & Packaging;Feb2013, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p57
Trade Publication
The article discusses Procter & Gamble's (P&G) use of injection stretch blow molding technology (ISBM) for its Ariel laundry brand and P&G Tide brand. The bottles of the laundry products are stretch blow molded from preforms that are injection molded from polypropylene. P&G's Global Packaging & Device Development research and development group research fellow Patrick Etesse explains the research and development for the household product packaging.


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