Running April 30 and May 1 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center, SouthPack will feature three pavilions. In the Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Packaging Pavilion, visitors will be able to source specialty equipment, medical-grade materials and supplies, kits, blister packs, and TE containers.
In a 1999 study of its own internal packaging processes, Minneapolis-based 3M (www.3M.com/packaging) discovered that tighter control of packaging information worldwide could save millions of dollars annually.
A beverage carrier used by High Falls Brewing Co., Inc., and a paperboard medical device created for Thayer Medical, Inc., won the two top awards in the 60th National Paperboard Packaging Competition of the Paperboard Packaging Council (Alexandria, VA).
Greydon (York, PA) introduces its T-Max high-speed programmable traversing printer for high-quality bar codes on 2 axes. Thermal-transfer printer is ideal for applications where products are narrow and fairly small, such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals/nutraceuticals, and foods including string cheese and meat snacks.