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Promo bottles check in with special decoration
Labatt Breweries of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, expects hockey fans will go "Cup Crazy" for an "Original Six" promotion launched April 1 to coincide with the Stanley Cup playoffs.
May 31st, 2003
Labatt launches label-less bottles
Labatt Breweries of Canada reintroduced locally in May Labatt 50 premium ale in a 341-ml (12-oz) amber glass bottle.
Jun 30th, 2002
Materials & containers
J-I-T decoration cures logistic challenges
A unique in-plant bottle decorating method at Voss of Norway solves procurement and inventory challenges while reducing breakage by 10%.
Aug 31st, 2001
Coding, printing & labeling
A 'greener' way to decorate
VOSS of Oslo, Norway, is the first beverage plant licensee of RevTech’s Envirogluv™ glass decorating technology. In fact, it’s the first application of the technology used by a packager other than Revlon, RevTech’s former parent company, which has used it on glass containers of nail polish and makeup for several years.
Jan 31st, 2001
The Huntsman Cancer Institute (Salt Lake City, UT) has received a gift of $125 million to expand its research and treatment capabilities.
Aug 31st, 2000
Convenience Food Systems (Bakel, the Netherlands) has acquired Dixie Union (Kempten, Germany).
Jun 30th, 2000
Elopak (New Hudson, MI) has announced a joint venture with iplas (Cologne, Germany) and alfill (Hamburg, Germany) to complete and commercialize a plasma barrier coating system for plastic bottles.
May 31st, 2000
Supplier news: Achievements
RevTech (New York, NY), a div. of Revlon Consumer Products Corp., received the 1998 Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award in the Consumer category from the Research & Development Council of NJ.
Dec 31st, 1998
Supplier news: Appointments, promotions
RevTech (New York, NY), a unit of Revlon, Inc.: Anthony S. Georges, vp, business development.
Oct 31st, 1997