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FPA TAPS MARKETING GURUS

Dr. Martha Rogers and Don Peppers, authors of the hot business book The One-to-One Future, will headline the Flexible Packaging Assn.'s Annual Meeting March 5-7 at The Westin Mission Hills Resorts, Rancho Mirage, CA.
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Drawer-like CD pack

Alternatives for compact disc packaging come and go, yet the jewelbox has remained the popular choice among recording companies. With the development of a new CD package called Laserfile® and some help from a publishing company called College Media Journal (CMJ), that could soon change.
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Machines to fuel the future

New exhibit space at McCormick Place in Chicago lets Pack Expo 96 grow by over 21%, compared to '94. Greater international emphasis truly helps create a world show.
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Big changes in tools for mechanics of the future

The most popular handtool for future packaging mechanics may well be a laptop computer, our experts say. Electronic controls have already arrived in many machines, and are expected to dominate by the turn of the century.
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Pack/print/design books

Jelmar Publishing Co., Inc. (Plainview, NY) has released a new, free catalog that describes books available on packaging, package printing and package design.
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CD packages

Plastofilm Industries (Wheaton, IL) has announced three thermoformed packages designed to hold 31/2" CD-ROM discs and 5" CDs. The 31/2" design has two snap-together parts that can be stacked for multi-disc shipping or storage, and is interchangeable as the top or bottom.
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Colors swatchbook

Courtaulds Performance Films (Martinsville, VA) offers a free swatchbook containing samples of 52 standard colors available in clear, matte or opaque deep-dyed polyester film.
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Bill has EPA policing plastics

If Sen. Al D'Amato (R-NY) has his way, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be forced to develop a screening program for estrogenicity that would test all substances-including chemicals used in packaging-for negative effects on the human estrogen system.
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Snoopy for President!

Winners of the 1995 National Paperboard Packaging Competition, sponsored by the Washington, DC-based Paperboard Packaging Council, were announced March 25 (see page 42 for feature coverage of one of the winners).
After a bar code is ink-jet printed onto cases of paint cans, it is scanned by a bar code decoder as a quality check. The scanne
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Coding solution does double duty

Valspar Corp.'s ink-jet coding and scanning system provides automatic batch code verification and real-time production monitoring.

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