Penn Color’s pennaholt™ is featured in PET.planet Insider Magazine’s June 2020 issue. This new masterbatch enables the design of white PET bottles with very low TiO2 while maintaining the highest levels of opacity and whiteness for maximum shelf-life and shelf appeal.
The coronavirus epidemic continues to impact all our lives and our businesses. New and unique challenges are popping daily. At Penn Color, our #1 priority is the safety of our employees. Following this is our intense need to support our clients, suppliers, and partners.
Penn Color’s Dr. William C. Miles will be presenting at Radtech 2020 on during the Track B Session on Adhesion to Difficult Substrates.
Radtech 2020 takes place from March 8-11, 2020 at Disney Coronado Springs in Orlando, Florida.
Penn Color proudly announces the grand opening of its expanded facilities for PVC and engineering plastics masterbatches and specialty coatings
at its site in Venray, the Netherlands.
Penn Color completes a $12M expansion of its facilities in Venray, the Netherlands.
Join Penn Color at K 2019 at the Fair Grounds in Düsseldorf, Germany on October 16 – 23, 2019.
Visit the Penn Color booth located in Hall 7, Level 2, at Booth # B13.
Breakthrough technology for engineered PET package with High Opacity – Low TiO2. Nicolas Rivollet, Penn Color’s Global Director Strategy and Marketing, will present pennaHOLT(TM) at the upcoming PETnology/tecPET GmbH Europe 2018 conference at ALL4PACK Paris exhibition, November 26th and 27th. Our pennaHOLT(TM) technology offers maximum opacity for shelf life of liquid dairy products, and maximum whiteness for shelf appeal, while using 50% less TiO2.
Come and see Penn Color at the Fifth Dairy Asia Pacific Summit, November 15-16, 2018 at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Presenting pennaHOLT(TM) breakthrough technology for engineers PET packages with high opacity and low TiO2. Penn Color’s new high opacity masterbatch, pennaHOLT(TM), gets ahead of the consumers and industry expectations to improve recyclability and support usage of recycled opaque PET, by reducing TiO2 content.
A bottle that glows in the dark. A bottle that changes from red to purple when it gets cold. Color gradients that follow the distinctive shape of bottles. At NPE 2018, Penn Color inspired Package Designers with new ideas by overcoming some critical technical challenges with special pigment compounds and leveraging partnerships with technology and design leaders in the PET industry.