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In-line blister f/f/s

The BM-A f/f/s machine from CSD Intl. (Shelburne Falls, MA) is designed for blister packaging of small- and medium-sized products. With production speeds to 25 cycles/min, it is suitable for hand loading or integration with a production mach-ine.
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Supplier News
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Supplier news: Domestic acquisitions, agreements

Filtertek, Inc. (Hebron, IL) is integrating its thermoform companies: Robinson Industries (Huntley, IL), Fuzere Manufacturing Inc. (Stockton, CA), Fuzere Midwest (Huntley, IL) will be known as Tek Packaging Group (Huntley, IL).
Side view of the thermoformed PVC tray shows its 3 1/2? depth
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Packaging helps a new market blossom

California flower grower enters the foodservice market by developing an MAP packaging system that's right at home in the refrigerated foodservice distribution chain.
For the 4-oz ?dairy? line, foil cups (right) have been replaced by a ramekin-style cup (center), and a redesigned folding carton
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Cheese marketer stretches packaging technology

Package redesign enhances images of upscale cheeses. New MAP package is a first for dairy while another pack pioneers an injection-molding method.
Nature?s Way uses both mouth seals and shrink bands on all of its bottles (above), whether OTC drugs or not. The company?s blist
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Drug makers worry over new FDA rules

Packaging costs could skyrocket for makers of drugs in two-piece capsules-if new FDA rules mandate sealing. All drug makers show concern over capsule identification and potential tamper-evident pack changes.
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Supplier news: Relocations, expansions

Prent Thermoforming, (Janesville, WI) will start commercial production of a new thermoformed tray line featuring a laminated film seal early this year.
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Packaging can be weapon against medication mistakes

Some 342 people die each day because of mistakes in taking medication, Dan Gerner told the annual meeting of the Drug, Chemical & Allied Trades last fall.
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"We wanted to make sure that if this package was the only communication a consumer got, the product just might sell itself." So says product manager Mark Younce of Jerome Foods in describing what the Barron, WI-based turkey processor wanted from the packaging it designed for a lien extention of The Turkey Store® products.
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Regaining market share

Pittsburgh, PA-based SmithKline Beecham hopes to reestablish its once prominent Contac brand with a major redesign, the first since the cough and cold remedy's introduction 33 years ago.
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New windows in cosmetic packaging

What better way to promote visibility for a new product than to make its package see-through?

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