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Standard-Knapp: Continuous motion case packer

The PakMore™ continuous motion case packer from Standard-Knapp provides fast and smooth packaging of bottles using zero-gap infeed for balanced lines and jam-free operation.
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Progress on two fronts

Less than a year after the Food Safety Alliance for Packaging was formed as a division of the IoPP, it’s encouraging to see that there is progress to report where FSAP’s goals are concerned.
Sterling Anthony, CPP
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Foiled plans might or might not be good

Aluminum foil has long held its own as a barrier material, but there are competitors.
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Domino: Digital label printing

The N-Series lineup from Domino incorporates both standalone label printing presses and modules featuring scalable print width for OEM integration.
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One powerful show indeed

Pack Expo International 2010, the largest packaging and processing event in the world this year, comes to Chicago’s McCormick Place October 31- November 3.
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Nissei ASB Company : One-step stretch blow molding machine

The ASB-150DPW one-step stretch-blow molding machine from Nissei ASB Co. can run a 14-cavity jar mold and produce 3360 bottles/hr.
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Domino: Digital label printing

The N-Series line-up from Domino incorporates both standalone label printing presses and modules featuring scalable print-width for OEM integration.
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ConAgra Foods 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report celebrates successes, looks toward future goals

ConAgra Foods 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report celebrates successes, looks toward future goals
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Plantable nursery pot biodegrades in soil

Taking root in independent nurseries around the country, Ball Horticultural Co.’s new SoilWrap® bio-based plantable, compostable plant container is said to completely eliminate 100% of the environmental impact of the package, while reducing related fuel emissions.
DIGITAL WORKFLOW. The workflow behind these digitally printed cartons is integrated with Microsoft's order entry, manufacturing,
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Digital printing--a difference maker in launch of Windows 7

Less waste, accelerated speed to market, and anticounterfeiting advantages are some of the benefits gained through on-demand digital printing of folding cartons.
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P&G pushes the limits of two-stage ISBM

P&G teams up with an innovative resin supplier and a specialist in high-performance packaging to commercialize a PP preform for stretch blow molding.
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EMX Industries, Inc: In-line opacity & turbidity tester

The OPAX-1000™ from EMX Industries Inc. verifies the opacity of containers, blown film, bottles, all blow molded or injection molded parts, and may also be used to check turbidity ranges in liquids.
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Entry-level palletizers

Intelligrated’s Alvey GS100 family of palletizers provides a durable, reliable automated palletizing solution at an affordable price.
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Three technologies worth tracking

A number of good ideas and a new technology or two have crossed my desk lately in no particular order. So rather than wait for them to magically assemble themselves into a single-topic column, I've decided to present them here in the same manner that they arrived: in no particular order.
Sterling Anthony, CPP
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Evaluating in-mold labeling

How does this method of decoration stack up as an option?

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