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Flexible Packaging Innovation Gallery debuts

A one-stop shop for packaging professionals looking to quickly browse unique flexible package designs.
FILED IN:  Package Type  > Bags/pouches

The Flexible Packaging Innovation Gallery  is driven by an advanced visual image-viewing tool that features over a hundred innovative flexible package designs. This leading-edge technology is designed for rapid browsing of highly visual content, allowing users to quickly flick through many images and zoom in on packages of interest.

Packaging World and Shelf Impact! will provide gallery content based on innovative packages published online and in print, and will also curate images from select package design blogs on the Web.

The result is a one-stop shop for packaging professionals looking to quickly browse unique flexible package designs. Packaging World’s editors will add to the library each month.

In addition to visually flicking through images, visitors can drill down by package type (pillow, shaped, stand-up, flat-bottom, etc.), package feature (easy open, fitment, barrier, reclosable, etc.), or application (food, healthcare, beverage, etc.). After zooming in on an image, visitors can click to see a full-size image and a link to the full article or source on the Web.

The Flexible Packaging Innovation Gallery is underwritten by flexible packaging supplier Ampac, which has made this project possible. 

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