Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, won two of the three categories in the 1994 Tube of the Year Award contest. The awards, announced February 6 in New York City, were given to the best laminate, metal and plastic tubes.
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The four primary goals of packaging-product protection, identification, dispensing and merchandising-won't change in the 21st century. But as we near that milestone, the market forces that more subtly affect packaging are evolving.
The top award in container distributors competition was won by a coextruded drug bottle that keeps out light and moisture. Other winners display distributor prowess in technology, decorating and sourcing of components that meet packager needs.
Producing potting soil in a package for food stores remains a challenge for The Scotts Company. A flat-bottomed 10-qt bag, printed in nine colors, is the company's first salvo. Traditional markets love it so far.
Spectratech® white concentrates for use in cast and blown film and extrusion coating from Quantum Chemical (Cincinnati, OH) allow processors to cut material costs and achieve improved processing characteristics.