J.M. Schneider eliminates a layer of paper with its new F-flute litho-laminated box for prepared meats. The package reduced material costs and box manufacturing steps and competes with paperboard on cost, appearance.
Captive Plastics, Inc. (Piscataway, NJ) has released a new brochure that details the technical services provided in-house for the design, tooling, production and finishing of pharmaceutical, personal care, food and chemical specialties packaging.
Windmoeller & Hoelscher (Lincoln, RI) has redesigned its TOPAS® f/f/s system to increase productivity of up to 1겨 bags/hr. In addition to free-flowing bulk goods, such as plastic resins, fertilizers and chemicals, the system can now accommodate difficult-to-handle products such as PVC powders.
Designed primarily for glass bottles, the Mecafill VKP filling system from Krones (Franklin, WI) combines a mechanical valve system with pneumatic functions to provide users with accurate and even fill levels.
The Delta line Series 6128 gross weigh bagger from Bemis Packaging Machinery (Minneapolis, MN) is a two-stage gravity filler that can handle paper, poly, and woven poly bags of all sizes at speeds to 10 bags/min.
Polypropylene bottle earns top award by providing functionality and contact clarity for cocktail mixes sold for on-premise use. Other easy-to-use containers also won awards, as did containers differentiated by decoration.
Germany's interpack 96, the 14th International Trade Fair for packaging machinery and packaging, boasts the latest in machinery, containers and materials from around the world. Begun last month, we continue to review new products to be introduced in Dsseldorf, May 9 through 15.
The Composite Can and Tube Institute (Alexandria, VA) has released its 1996 Industry Directory. The directory is a comprehensive source of manufacturers of the composite can and tube industry throughout the world, as well as member company suppliers to the industry.
Called a pilot line, Sonoco's new nonround paperboard canister fabricating line at Hartsville, SC, will keep Lipton and others supplied. European forming technology and paper bottom sealing rounds off Lipton's rectangular shape.