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Management pay a worthy goal

Managers in packaging and manufacturing departments are packing away the highest salaries among packaging professionals. Packaging World's exclusive survey shows they're also very satisfied with their jobs.
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This close-up shows the starwheels and center guide for an air cleaner at Seagram?s LaSalle plant. Located on the center guide i
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Seagram salutes the end of tweaking

Seagram combines two bottling lines into one medium-speed line for a broad variety of spirits in glass bottles. Quick-change parts for cleaning, filling, capping and conveying equipment reduce downtime and labor costs.
GardenTech Singles (top) are insecticide, fungicide and  herbicide concentrates available in unit-dose portions. They?re packed
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Unit-dose packaging for the garden

Consumers crave convenience, so this lawn and garden products manufacturer serves it up: single-dose pouches of home insecticides.
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Britvic banks on being different (sidebar)

McCain tests aseptically filled PET
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'Alternative' packs milk sales

In an effort to recapture market share lost to rival beverages, milk processors are turning to more contemporary containers-with strong sales results.
Since containers must be completely dry prior to shrink labeling, they pass through a series of air blowers that remove all resi
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Shaped 'can' rewrites packaging line rules (sidebar)

Shrink labelers make their North American debut
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Consumers want better packaging

Friends and family who know I have "something to do with" packaging are always asking me to pass on their packaging complaints, observations and requests.
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Book explains bar-code technologies

Baffled by bar codes?
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PMMI to revise machinery safety standard

The Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute has begun the process of revising American National Standard Institute (ANSI) B155.1-1994. ANSI requires a standard developer to revise, reaffirm or withrdaw its standard every five years.
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Neck wrap promotes brand awareness

This month Cadbury Schweppes' Mott's USA unit in Stamford, CT, launches an aggressive campaign to promote its Clamato brand beverage. A national joke contest is part of the promotion, and a neck wrap on 32-oz polyethylene terephthalate bottles will help promote it.
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Standardizing Canadian regs

Beset by an expanding array of provincial and municipal solid waste collection and disposal regulations, the Packaging Assn. of Canada is calling for legislation that standardizes requirements among all the provinces.
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Legal battle won by leaflet label maker

Inprint Systems succeeded recently in defending its patent (U.S. 4680080) on Extended Text(TM) leaflet labels. The dispute arose in 1991 and concerned the apparatus for the production of the labels.
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Gaining a competitive edge

Home decor or a tequila bottle?
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A different type of kitchen cleanser

Bushberry Deodorizing Liquid Soap for hands is available in scents like cucumber, lemon, vanilla and oatmeal, so it has a definite kitchen and garden tone.
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Dean Foods unveils HDPE bottles for milk

As Packaging World went to press, Franklin, IL-based Dean Foods was introducing its new Milk Chug line of bottled milks in resealable pint, quart and 8-oz high-density polyethylene bottles.

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