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Rexam: Spray technology delivers new consumer experience of luxury perfume

Panache, a new spray experience for prestige perfumes from Rexam, successfully controls the size and dispersion of a formula of particles to deliver a continuous, exceptionally airy, light and dry spray.
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Weatherchem Corp.: Fully-recyclable closure lets consumers scoop, pour or sift

The new VersaFlap™ integrated closure system from Weatherchem functions as 3 closures in 1: with a simple twist on the rotary dial, consumers can choose whether they want to scoop, pour or sift a product from a container, and even open the entire cap if they choose.
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Bristol-Myers prevails over cold chain challenges

A thermal management system helps the global biopharma company reduce its cold chain distribution costs and reap multiple benefits.
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Vented cap liners cure container woes

High-altitude plastic bottle collapsing problems solved and product safety and brand image preserved.
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2011 Clear Choice Awards: Innovation in glass pack design recognized

The Glass Packaging Institute (GPI) has announced the winners of its 2011 Clear Choice Awards. Sponsored by GPI since 1989, the awards honor consumer product goods manufacturers that expand the frontiers of glass packaging design by using glass containers in innovative ways.
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Mondi : Peel coating for easy-open packaging

Mondi’s SoftpeelCoat® is a special peel coating that provides smooth opening of consumer packaging as well as tight reclosing, to protect package contents.
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Sacmi USA: PVC-free metal cap liners

Sacmi’s PMA24L PVC-free liners for metal caps are designed for large twist-off caps used for jams, ready-made sauces, baby food and other foods at risk for contamination from PVC.
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Winnie the Pooh makes splash in HDPE bottles

New Windsor Brands launches line of infant washes, lotions, and shampoos in a custom bottle that provides shelf appeal and functionality.
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AccuDial spins children's liquid medication dosing into the 21st Century

AccuDial’s inner and outer labels provide parents and caregivers information to precisely dose their child based on weight, not age.
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Lighter-weight closures help Cargill's sustainability efforts

Company’s PET-bottled edible oils convert to lighter-weight neck finish in Brazil while offering many consumer conveniences.
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Recyclable airless dispenser a winner for cosmetic applications

A Gold winner demonstrating innovation and sustainability, the Eden all-plastic airless cosmetic dispenser from Aptar.
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Mocap, Inc: Tear tab caps

Mocap’s tear tab caps are designed to fit over threaded tubing, rods and fittings.
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Global pharmaceutical packaging demand predicted to reach $62 billion by 2015

Report says the U.S. will remain the largest consumer of pharmaceutical packaging as its advanced drug-producing sector introduces sophisticated therapies with specialized packaging needs.

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