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Melons shipped in digitally printed corrugated
Savco, a fast-growing distributor of fresh produce in Canada and the US, will speed its farm-to-store delivery of its H2O Melon watermelon brand this season using giant, digitally printed corrugated bins.
May 3rd, 2019
Digital print for packaging—a broad view
Corrugated is seeing lots of innovation in digital printing technology, but a look across all packaging material substrates reveals fresh new initiatives just about everywhere.
Aug 3rd, 2018
Vanity Fair redesigns for the everyday
Georgia-Pacific reinterprets the elegant packaging for its Vanity Fair napkin brand to differentiate its daily-use offerings and make its product more approachable.
Anne Marie Mohan
Feb 5th, 2018
Materials & containers
Georgia Pacific: Custom-printed corrugated beer bottle carriers
Georgia-Pacific and PAX Corrugated introduce the Color-Box custom corrugated packaging solution on a dedicated do-it-yourself website.
Color-Box, Div. Georgia-Pacific
May 11th, 2016
Tray pack for cheese is brimming with benefits
Consumers are showing a keen interest in this tray-style packaging concept for sliced, shingled cheese. It’s all about ease of use and convenient re-closeability.
Mar 8th, 2011
Water bottler loses a panel, gains an edge
A new secondary packaging design that uses a three-sided tray for bottled-water multipacks provides cost and sustainability benefits for Premium Waters.
Anne Marie Mohan
Jan 4th, 2011
Georgia-Pacific Packaging Acquires ORBIS Container Services
Georgia-Pacific Packaging LLC announces that its subsidiary, Georgia-Pacific RPC LLC, has acquired ORBIS Container Services, a reusable plastic container (RPC) business, from ORBIS Corp, a subsidiary of Menasha Corp.
Dec 11th, 2009
Coding, printing & labeling
RPC RFID field trial
RFID shows encouraging use with reusable plastic containers as field trial for produce begins.
Jan 8th, 2008
Snack cake cartons get quarter-century face-lift
Interstate Bakeries Corp., Kansas City, MO, introduced new graphics for multipack boxes of Hostess-brand snack cakes. According to Hostess, the new design represents the first major packaging graphics change in 25 years.
Feb 28th, 2006