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Other NACD winners cont.

General industrial and automotive: gold to North Pak Palmer Container (Twinsburg, OH) and Ashland Chemical for an F-style can and spout for insulation adhesives; silver to Richards Packaging and Bardahl for a bottle and closure for a custom designed bottle for automotive chemicals; bronze to TricorBraun and Senoret Chemical for a bottle and dispensing closure for a pesticide.

Pet and vet: gold to Kaufman Container and Miracle Corp. of Australia for bottles and dispensers for an equine shampoo; silver to All Pak (Bridgeville, PA) and Cedar Works for a tinted bottle that becomes a hummingbird feeder; bronze to Kaufman Container and Mensa Products for a modified stock bottle for Shed-X pet care products.

Novelty: gold to Kaufman Container and Changing Paradigms for a custom jar and custom closure insert for a home fragrance product; silver to O. Berk Co. and Bath and Body Works for a glass jar, roll-on fitment/ball and closure for a children’s glitter and fragrance; bronze to Industrial Container & Supply (Salt Lake City, UT) and Wasatch Beers for a bottle, closure, label, glassware, and bag for a gift pack at a microbrewery.

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