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Materials & containers
Vented cap liners cure container woes
High-altitude plastic bottle collapsing problems solved and product safety and brand image preserved.
Sep 28th, 2011
Brand owners saying yes to digital printing
Exclusive survey conducted jointly by InfoTrends and Packaging World shows that brand owner awareness of digital printing of labels and packaging is on the rise.
Sep 1st, 2011
Robots handle sensitive parenteralia bags in pharma facility
Bayer Schering Pharma, an affiliate of Bayer HealthCare, is one of the 10 largest specialty pharmaceutical companies in the world, with facilities in the U.S., Latin America, Asia, and Europe.
Anne Marie Mohan
Aug 8th, 2010
CompaniesNorwood Marking Systems/Allen Coding Systems announced the formation of a distributor agreement between ITW Ltd. and Allen Codiergeräte GmbH. The agreement gives the ITW companies exclusive rights to distribute the coding and marking equipment designed and manufactured by Germany-based Allen Codiergeräte to all the regions of the world not served by Allen Codiergeräte.
Aug 9th, 2007
Materials & containers
EPA prescribes pest product packaging
Concentrated chemicals sold in small, plastic, non-refillable containers are most affected. But label changes will be mandated for all products of all sizes.
Dec 18th, 2006
When packaging overcomes the 'Great Divide'
Marketers should focus packaging communications on consumer product uses rather than ingredients, features, and price.
Scott Young and Lily Lev-Glick
May 31st, 2006
Machinery's growing role in package innovation
At PMMI Partners in Packaging event, packaging machinery automation supplier ELAU presents examples of innovative packages and the machines that made them commercially viable.
Apr 30th, 2006
Bayer Corp.: Metallic-look film
New from Bayer Films is Makrofol® DPF-5072, a polycarbonate-based film with a gloss first surface and a matte second surface. Specially designed for bright, metallic-look applications, film is printable on both first and second surfaces.
Dec 31st, 2004
Global or local packaging?
Many global brands do some tailoring for local customs, some altering the product while others vary the containers and packaging. A French study reveals details.
Nov 30th, 2004