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Packaging woes prompt meat processors to seek relief

The American Meat Institute (AMI) has asked for a six-month extension of the August 8 implementation date for new ingredient labeling requirements by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
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Stretch wrapper

Pacmatic's (Booth #1941) new Roboshark fast, portable stretch wrapper can wrap a pallet in 25 sec, using any width film, says the com-pany, and can wrap 30% faster than when using turn-tables.
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Dry soup maker stands up the envelope

In the dry soup category, packaging tends to be either printed or labeled cups or envelopes in a carton. Sahara Natural Foods, San Leandro, CA, has combined the advantages of both.
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Nutrition facts printer

Norwood Marking Systems (Downers Grove, IL) has introduced the N5000 Nutrition Facts Printer for use in the meat, poultry and dairy industries as well as by contract and medical device packagers.
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Corona treating equipment suit settled

Enercon Industries Corp., Menomonee Falls, WI, and German partner Ahlbrandt Systems, Inc. filed suit against Pillar Technolo-gies, Hartland, WI, in 1986 alleging that Pillar infringed on two Ahlbrandt patents involving corona treating equipment, which treats the surfaces of plastic films or metal foils to improve ink adhesion.
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Vf/f/s

Triangle Package Machinery's (Chicago, IL) new Acceleron Convertible vertical f/f/s machine uses a cross sealer to produce pillow, gusseted, or flat-bottom packages at speeds to 60/min.
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Packaging woes prompt meat processors to seek relief

The American Meat Institute (AMI) has asked for a six-month extension of the August 8 implementation date for new ingredient labeling requirements by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
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Shrink systems

New 110-volt and 220-volt Sergeant® combination shrink systems from Allied Automation (Booth #525) operate with all shrink films. Available with a manual seal jaw, dual-magnetic or magnetic hold down options, they wrap up to 16 packages/min.
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Pouch machine

Korab Eng.'s (Los Angeles, CA) new pouch machine fills liquid and viscous products at ambient temperatures to 210°F. The Korab® D-18 produces four-side sealed pouches with most types of heat-sealable films in sizes from 1"x 1" to 6" x 9".
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Static-dissipative film

Klockner Pentaplast's (Gordons-ville, VA) new Pentastat(TM) SC 660/05C is a clear, rigid, static-dissipative vinyl film for clamshell packaging of electronic products, offering more consistent electro-static (ESD) properties than the Pentastat SC 660/05 it will replace.
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Steel producers target canned foods

Feeling profitable and optimistic, steel producers work to expand demand in containers by new promotional education campaign aimed at consumers.
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Bulk packager

Polypack's (Largo, FL) Model FH32-40-CL shrink wraps pharmaceutical bottles in a variety of bulk configurations to eliminate the need for corrugated cases.
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Water soluble film video

Chris Craft (South Holland, IL) has introduced a video and brochure on its Monosol® line of water soluble films. The "Mono-solutions" video explains water soluble package manufacturing processes as well as Chris Craft's customer-specific engineering services.
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Dissipative coating

Clearstat(TM) antistat coating from CZ Inks (St. Louis, MO) is a transparent water-based coating that provides static electric dissipation comparable to metallized films.
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BOPP release liner

UCB Films (Wigton, Cumbria, UK) has introduced a Rayoweb BOPP release liner base film. Allows a clear label to adhere to a pack or bottle without a visible adhesive layer.

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