Package Design

Closures

OLD & NEW. The new container heightens shelf presence  with its taller, tapered-waist profile.
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Contract packer creates improved powder packaging

PTI takes single-source responsibility for bottle molding, powder blending, container filling, capping, and labeling of a new, larger bottle for Vagisil.
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Winemaker toasts packaging design importance

Silver Moon Winery, Dover, OH, markets a range of wines but places special emphasis on sweet and dessert wine offerings—wines made from the juices of California and New York grapes infused with selected fruits.
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Heinz and Sargento -- great marketers think alike

Who knew there was a "revolution" underway in the packaging of Heinz Beanz?
Sterling Anthony, CPP
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Distribution packaging and containerization

Strong packaging and a solid intermodal container are necessary for getting cargo to global markets, but more is required.
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Ampac Packaging, LLC: New easy to open reclosable zipper is easier to fill and keeps header intact

Ampac debuts innovation in reclosable flexible packaging.
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Zip-Pak: Resealable carton

Zip-Pak’s Zipbox is a carton that combines the structural benefits of traditional cartons with the convenience and resealability of flexible pouches. 
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Leadership in Packaging category leaders announced

Packaging World’s 2010 Leadership in Packaging program was launched in January to recognize leadership and excellence among suppliers of packaging machinery, materials and services; as this year’s program concludes, twenty companies have earned the honor of Category Leader.
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'Right here right now' packs gaining in popularity

Euromonitor identifies a trend in which smaller packages are faring well when they answer an immediate consumer need, from convenience to portion size.
Spoonable sweetener. Spoonable, stackable, appealing on shelf, comfortable to the hand--these are just a few attributes designed
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Truvia goes spoonable in one sweet package

Now the third-leading sweetener in the sugar substitute category, Cargill’s Truvia brand adds a rigid container to its packaging formats.
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Less packaging, more impact for GSK's Os-Cal brand

GlaxoSmithKline revamps its calcium supplement packaging, resulting in a smaller footprint and a bigger shelf presence.
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Big deli meat pouch packs

In the early 1990s, Land O’Frost, Inc., Lansing, IL, and Searcy, AR, was a pioneer in the implementation of flexible, resealable packaging for deli meats.
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Thermally stable PP jar

The September launch of Marks & Spencer’s new British Groceries range, with new branding for more 70 products, includes a coextrusion blown plastic jar solution.
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Survey: Wineries popping for cork closures see significantly higher growth

Of the top 100 bestselling wine brands, 72 are using cork, a trend that appears to correlate with greater sales growth, a new study reports.
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O. Berk Company: Custom pharmaceutical packaging

O.Berk’s 16-oz. HDPE pharma oblong bottle--an O.Berk custom mold--is stocked in amber and is also available by special order in natural, white or a choice of custom colors.

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