Case Studies

Beverage Packaging

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Mars Drinks debuts 100% recyclable Freshpack

Single-serve brewing system gets first two drink pouches in recyclable material, said to reduce the package footprint from 40% to 44%, depending on method of disposal.
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PepsiCo Brazil chooses liquid-carton filling equipment

Company adds liquid-carton filling machine to produce single-serve portions of its highly popular chocolate milk drink.
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Pinup girls position value beer brand for growth

Canada’s Sleeman Brewing updates the package design for Old Milwaukee beer with pinup-girl graphics, positioning the brand for growth against major mainstream beers.
Miller veterans can
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Miller High Life packaging helps Americans salute military veterans

Miller High Life, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, and Operation Homefront join forces to help veterans “Live the High Life.”
GNC CSI
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Shadow Beverages, GNC enter ready-to-drink beverage market

Advanced Nutrition Beverage line employs 38-mm compression-molded polypropylene caps on PET bottles.
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Craft brewers pick bottle can for limited-edition Chaka ale

A resealable aluminum bottle provides differentiation, as well as light weight and shelf-life advantages for limited-release handcrafted ale.
A specially designed  pallet conveyor has been designed to handle a high volume of pallets and supply enough cans for a complete production shift.
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One can line begets another

Oriental Brewery was so pleased with the turnkey, high-speed, highly automated can line it installed last year, it’s installing a near twin this year.
Light weight and shatter resistance join with great shelf impact.
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Distinctive PET bottle for rum

The launch of McCormick Distilling Co.'s new Montego Bay Coconut Rum is marked by packaging with eye-catching design and color that gives the new brand strong shelf appeal.
Shepherd Neame
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Glass bottle, wooden box present Generation Ale premium beer

Sold hand-wrapped, the embossed bottle recognizes Shepherd Neame’s five generations and showcase the premium ale, without the need for labels.
Xango PET
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Xango moves to PET for nutritional supplement beverage

Switch from glass to plastic provides economic and sustainable packaging advantages for its Xango Juice.
Sleek can for Noah's newest offering.
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Almond flavour sparkling water in 'sleek' can

Noah’s has expanded its line-up again, becoming the first sparkling spring water with natural almond flavor.
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Wine-label design is a family affair

Family vineyard uses subtle symbols in its wine label graphics and logo to express the idea of family and the legacy of its vineyard.
Coors Banquet
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Coors Banquet heritage cans to make limited appearance

Can designs dating back to 1936 to show the history of the beer brand as part of the Coors Banquet ‘Grab the Legend’ program.
Flip-top closure allows easy pouring.
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Handled PET sports flip-top closure

Handling ease and product visibility take center stage in the newly developed 89-oz PET container for Tropicana Pure Premium.
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Retro steel can for beer

American craft beer brewer Churchkey Can Co. is bringing back a package long associated with Americana with the launch of Churchkey’s handcrafted Pilsner-style beer in a three-piece, flat top steel can.

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