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Packaging World April 30, 2014
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Packaging and ergonomics go hand-in-hand
Ergonomic packaging can be a hands-down winner. Ergonomics aims to make the design of things (i.e. work stations and products) compatible with human limitations.
Innovation at PDA Europe
Plasma glass-coated plastic prefilled syringes—the best of both worlds. It’s rare to run into something truly new and exciting in packaging, but once in a while you are shown the light.
The future of automation for healthcare manufacturers
If healthcare manufacturers are a bit behind others, it is probably for valid and explainable reasons to which valid and explainable solutions exist. It is a widely held belief that the pharmaceutical and medical device industries lag behind other industries in their application of automation.
MillerCoors first to add more detailed nutritional labeling
MillerCoors takes advantage of new voluntary on-pack nutrition labeling guidelines for alcohol to market Miller64, ‘the ideal beer choice for people living a balanced lifestyle.’ With its Miller64 beer brand, MillerCoors says it will become the first U.S. beer to feature new, more detailed voluntary nutrition labeling as instituted last year by the federal government.
E-tailers called out for sloppy packaging
In its financial report, FedEx Corp.’s Fred Smith takes e-tailers to task for packaging. Severe winter weather cut third-quarter profits at courier delivery services firm FedEx Corp., but packaging took a kick in the pants as well.
In case you missed it
Automation at Nestle brings back baby food line
Trends in sensors are affecting automation
Hybrid servo system brings positioning accuracy to palletizing
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'Universal' label printer enhances flexibility and ease of use
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'Universal' label printer enhances flexibility and ease of use
Live from MODEX 2014: See why SATO calls its new CL4NX its first 'truly universal industrial label printer." A user-friendly color LCD menus, multi-lingual support, flexibility for a wide variety of stock types and quick consumables replacement are just some of the reasons why.
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