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The mood at Aseptipak: upbeat and investment-minded

Aseptic packaging is probably more appealing to U.S. food and beverage packagers than at any point since those clever people at Tetra Pak put aseptic packaging on the map so many decades ago.
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Plastic Technologies' Dr. Brady receives Lifetime Achievement Award from SPE's blow molding division

Dr. Thomas E. Brady, and founder of Plastic Technologies, Inc. (PTI), was recently awarded the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Society of Plastic Engineers’ (SPE) Blow Molding Division. The award is presented annually to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional contributions to blow molding technology.
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Coke introduces 90-calorie mini can

Keeping a global commitment to put calories front of package on most products, this 7.5-fl. oz. mini can rolls out this December in Washington D.C. and New York. The rest of us will see it by March 2010.
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Retailers' role in package development: More work to do

 Do retailers aid innovation? Many survey respondents say yes, but CPG companies are less inclined to agree. Progress will require more collaborative input involving suppliers.
ALUMINUM SHEETS. The C2C bottle-cans are created from cold-rolled sheets of aluminum, containing 57%-plus PCR content.
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Aluminum bottle bound for mainstream beverage use

New hybrid technology makes high-volume ‘bottle-can’ manufacturing less expensive, faster, and more sustainable than existing process, for beverage products such as Eaux Vives’ Eska Water.
Package Case Study
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Irreverence delivers 'slap' and 'tickle'

 
Package Case Study
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Bacardi Breezer puts the pressure on PET

Heavy carbonation in Bacardi’s rum beverage makes switching from glass to PET a technology challenge.
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Ringnes taps RFID

Norway’s largest brewery uses RFID to reduce bottlenecks for tracking large shipping containers and finds several unexpected benefits.
Materials Product Brief
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Carry handles

 
Materials Product Brief
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Recycled PET roll stock

IPF Integrated Packaging Films' ECO-THERM 100% Post Consumer Recycled content PET roll stock is produced 100% from recycled water, juice, soda and sports drink bottles.

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