March 27, 2014
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How do you appeal to the subconscious through package design?
In order for packaging to work as an effective branding tool, it must evoke positive emotions, memories, and personal context in a conscious and subconscious manner. These package examples will show you how.
First 100% recycled-content water cooler bottle launched
Pioneering water company Ice River Springs expands its plastic recycling initiatives, producing the first closed-loop 100% recycled-content bottle for the water cooler.
New plant feeds growing Greek yogurt trend
A new plant for Alpina Foods produces primarily Greek yogurt, with a capacity of 39,000 cups/hr, offering capacity for the company's own brand as well as co-packed products.

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Learn how case packer eliminates bottleneck at brewery
New machine lets New York craft brewer increase production by 30%, improve beer quality and shelf life, and redeploy operators in more meaningful activities.
How do compostable plastics affect the recycling stream?
A new meta-study from European Bioplastics looks at the impact of compostable plastics mixed with conventional plastics in post-consumer recycling streams.
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Walmart launches eco-friendly household cleaners
Convenient packaging helps PillPack launch in 31 states
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WestPack 2014: Automatic f/f/s machine
GEA Tiromat’s mid-sized form/fill/seal machine is shown running flexible pouch material for medical device packaging, with inline ink-jet printing. Also described is the Greydon DigiMax digital printer designed to run on f/f/s equipment such as this GEA unit. Prints on paper and Tyvek®, using a 1-L container of ink for the entire web of material.
Structure Intuitive PLC programs to reduce maintenance costs
Cut the time needed to troubleshoot your operation, with tips from 3M's Tom Birkholz. Learn how to structure intuitive PLC programs using a few basic rules that even manufacturing managers can use when talking to PLC programmers. Hear 3M and other leading technology end-users at The Automation Conference, May 20-21 in Chicago.
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