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A Few Things the LD Davis Team is Thankful For in 2018

It's hard to believe that another year is coming to an end. Where does the time go? 

As the holiday season approaches, we like to pause to take a moment to remember all the reasons we have to be thankful - not just today, but everyday!

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Rigid Box Glue Films & Shattering

If you make rigid boxes, chances are you're pretty familiar with protein glue (animal glue). Have you ever run into a situation where the glue film becomes brittle and shatters? Today we dive into why this happens.

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Meet The Team: Halee Ellis, Office Manager

LD Davis has been in business for nearly a century and has built a reputation of integrity and efficiency in the adhesive industry. We continue to expand our product offerings and services to become a premier manufacturer of glue products and solutions. 

Our Operations team helps to keep the company running like a well oiled machine. Much of their work is done behind the scenes, but the Operations team works day in and day out to ensure that we are able to deliver exactly what our customers are expecting.

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The Role of Eco-Friendly Glues in Sustainable Food Packaging

The world is currently choked with plastics: eight million metric tons of plastic are dumped into the ocean every year1, and if this trend continues, an estimated 12 billion tons of plastic waste will be present in the environment by 20502.

One of the main culprits in producing plastic waste is the food packaging industry. After their initial use, plastic water bottles, food containers and utensils find their way into the environment, plaguing wildlife and their ecosystems during a life cycle of up to 1,000 years before decomposition3.

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