More from Expac Corp.
Pouched gels prove 'fun and different'
“I think people respond to the package initially because it’s fun and different. But once they use it, they find it’s functional as well.” That’s how Amy Baldwin of Plano Molding Co. of Plano, IL, describes consumer response to the stand-up pouch recently added to the firm’s Caboodle’s Pure Heaven line of bath and shower gels.
Oct 31st, 2001
Materials & containers
Expac Corp.: Venting closure
The Pearce vented closure technology from Expac Corp. (Montvale, NJ) is said to eliminate problems associated with package collapse (paneling) due to hot filling, package blowout, or product leakage caused by the buildup of internal gas pressure.
Aug 31st, 2001
Introductory design for teen girls
When Caboodles The Teen Brand, Plano, IL, decided to enter the fast-paced bath and body market, its packaging ideas went to Expac Corp. (Montvale, NJ).
Feb 28th, 2001
Controls & automation
Expac Corp.: Expac Corp.: Dispensing pump
Mega Pumps’ dispenser pump packages, available from Expac (Montvale, NJ), are injection-molded from polyolefin resins in 7 separate parts, with no metal components.
Mar 31st, 2000
Supplier news: Appointments, promotions
Expac Corp. (Park Ridge, NJ): Parris Szot and Dan Walsh, directors of sales; Lula Binion, customer service mgr.
Aug 31st, 1997
Supplier news: Relocations, expansions
Expac Corp. (Park Ridge, NJ) has opened an office in Lombard, IL, to provide improved service to its Midwest customers.
Aug 31st, 1997
Supplier news: International agreements
KNP BT (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) announced that Polish corrugated packaging subsidiary, Expac Fabryka Tektury i OpakowSigman Sp.zo.o, has agreed to take over assets of the former state-owned company Fabryka Wyrobow Papierowych.
Mar 31st, 1996