Cosmoprof Bologna postponed to April

SprayTM (January 18, 2022)

The 53rd edition of Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna has been rescheduled. The event will be held in Bologna from April 28–May 2, 2022, to facilitate the in-person attendance of international operators. “The 2022 edition of Cosmoprof Worldwide …

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New name & location for LINDAL Italy

SprayTM (January 18, 2022)

Following the creation of RxPack, a standalone company dedicated to regulated and non-regulated pharmaceutical solutions, the Italian branch of LINDAL—worldwide designer, manufacturer and supplier of valves, actuators and spray caps used in aerosol products—which previously …

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P&G’s Microban 24 named Official Sanitizing Spray of the NFL

SprayTM (January 17, 2022)
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ACI CEO Hockstad named Vice Chair of Council of Manufacturing Associations

SprayTM (January 14, 2022)
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Free Aerosol Recycling Webinar offered Feb. 2

SprayTM (January 12, 2022)
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Guest Commentary


Inflation, Supply-Chain and Regulation, Oh My!

Today’s journey down the yellow brick road is laden with dangers that threaten this great industry and our own businesses. Chemicals, components and wage levels are experiencing inflationary pressures…and not small ones on a percentage …

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The BAMA Bulletin


The UK’s dynamic aerosol & manufacturing regulations

The UK has completed its first year outside the European Union (EU) and its Government appears intent in pursuing its sovereignty as far as regulation is concerned. Although the official “transition period” has ended, things …

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Pressure Points


Understanding market impacts on the 2021 aerosol industry

From all of us at the Household & Commercial Products Association (HCPA), we wish SPRAY readers a happy and healthy New Year. Here’s hoping the challenges we’ve faced over the last two years are behind …

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Regulatory Issues


Regulatory Issues

Welcome to the New Year, which promises to again be busy for Air Quality regulations. Numerous entities will be working on developing or updating volatile organic compound (VOC) regulations. CARB The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will …

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