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carton

Shooting
a. a white disc at the centre of a target
b. a shot that hits this disc
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A stable price per tonne for cartons delivered - better, more sustainable option compared to the price fluctuations on the global commodities market.
Where a 13" repeat die may work well for a label application, the increased pressure needed for cutting and creasing folding cartons may require a 26" repeat at two around.
The move will allow Glossop to significantly enhance our digital suite and ensure that we re in a stronger position to offer unique products and unparalleled production capabilities, said Glossop Cartons Sales Director Jacky Sidebottom-Every.
Their proactive efforts have helped educate their customers and the wider public about the recyclability of paper cartons.
25 million cartons a year, will help boost recycling rates for the containers, which previously had to be sent to Europe to be recycled.
Lovell says Marva Maid cartons are environmentally friendly.
Richard Hands, CEO, The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment UK
By producing sustainable and carbon smart products made mainly from a renewable resource, consumers can wisely select cartons as one of the best package choices to meet their food and environmental needs.
Avec 8 cartons jaunes et 1 carton rouge (Robin van Persie, Mark van Bommel, Nigel de Jong, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Arjen Robben, Gregory van der Wiel et Joris Mathijsen), les Neerlandais s'en tirent quant a eux avec une amende de 14.
According to tests, every resident could fit in at least three times more milk or juice cartons in the recycling banks if they squashed them first.
The recyclable waxless cartons are "encapsulated" in a thin film that makes the cardboard waterproof.
The Vari-Straight Topload Carton Closer from Kliklok-Woodman is said to take the company's variable pitch technology to the next level of efficiency.