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Packaging World July 11, 2012
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Videojet Technologies Inc.
Reduce cost with an in-house printing strategy for corrugated shipping containers ad image 1
As this Videojet white paper demonstrates, today’s large character ink jet printers used for printing logos, lot information, and even ingredient lists on generic secondary packaging offer more flexibility and lower total cost when compared to pre-printed shipping cases.
See the PharmaPack-US high-speed capper in action ad image 2
The PCL-15FT is a versatile press-on and screw-on automatic capper designed for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical, food, beverage, health/beauty, and confection industries. Its automatic rejection feature rejects inverted caps to provide continuous product throughput and features speeds up to 150 bpm.
H.B. Fuller
A cool alternative to traditional hot melt can double your mileage ad image 3
Liquamelt adhesive from H.B. Fuller is cool on delivery, hot on demand.
Klöckner Pentaplast
See the high performance alternative to roll-on shrink-on and paper labels ad image 4
Watch this video to discover how you can get full-body impact with your existing roll-fed labeling machinery—Pentalabel® roll-sleeve films from Klöckner Pentaplast.
Packaging World
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New! Download this free, 93-page Primary Packaging Line Equipment Playbook. It’s jam-packed with strategies for success, best practices and pitfalls to avoid. Covers unscrambling, filling, container handling, capping/sealing, feeding, and inspection.
Pomegranate arils crowned with custom container
POM Wonderful launches another design original, with its custom cup, lid, and spoon for a Fresh Arils pomegranate product, available in stores during the pomegranate harvest season.
High Liner Foods reels in sustainability savings
North American provider of frozen seafood switches to a mineral-based coating for its cartons that provides greater barrier protection and reduces plastic use by 40,000 lb/yr.
The package designer’s role in influencing recyclability
Among all the stakeholders in creating more sustainable packaging, package designers often wield the most influence, especially when it comes to their choice of materials.
Servos serve up speed and flexibility
Baker of ladyfingers relies on servos, vertical accumulation buffer, and multipacker redundancy to run 180 12-count primary packs/min into a variety of secondary packs.
In case you missed it
Commentary on MillerCoors punch-top can
Shadow Beverages, GNC enter ready-to-drink beverage market
'It's not innovation if people will not buy it''
Purdue Calumet names mechatronics lab after Glenwood, IL business owners
Virtual packaging machinery training offers interactive experience
Video | The Beverage Roundtable Video Series
Beverage Roundtable: Package designs that elevate mainstream products
How do you sell a mainstream product with better-than-mainstream design? Experts Rick Barrack, Will Burke and David Padula went shopping for the answer. Here's what they found...
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