Brilliant Polymers wins IFCA Star Award 2021

The company received the award for its product ‘S745’

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Brilliant Polymers receiving the award at IFCA Star Awards 2021 for its winning entry - S745
Brilliant Polymers receiving the award at IFCA Star Awards 2021 for its winning entry - S745

Brilliant Polymers is proud to announce that it has won a prestigious IFCA Star Award for its product S745 in the category of ‘Innovation.’ This is the fifth consecutive year that the company has won an IFCA Star Award

Brilliant S745 is an innovative single component moisture curing solvent-free adhesive that has been designed for speedy cure in laminates while maintaining user-friendly characteristics. It can be used for paper or board laminations and has applications in flexible packaging, graphic arts, and carton manufacturing.  

Brilliant Polymers on enhancing the product’s performance

Pravin Nadgoundi, manager from Brilliant Polymers, speaking on food safety and sustainability at the IFCA Star Awards 2021
Pravin Nadgoundi, manager from Brilliant Polymers, speaking on food safety and sustainability at the IFCA Star Awards 2021

Innovation is at the heart of Brilliant’s culture and is one of its biggest priorities today. Drawing on decades of industry experience, Brilliant invests significantly in research and development and is constantly working to enhance product performance, thereby answering customers’ needs in all the markets they serve.  

The IFCA Award ceremony and IFCA-Koelnmesse seminar was held in Pragati Maidan, Delhi, on 3 December 2021. Several industry experts spoke about the latest developments in the packaging industry, and Pravin Nadgoundi of Brilliant Polymers presented on the topical issues of food safety and sustainability. 

 

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