Loop & Seventh Generation: Durable, Returnable and Reusable Packaging

Tom Szaky of Loop and Kelly Murosky from Seventh Generation discuss returnable and reusable packaging options during PACK EXPO Connects last Fall—watch the 8-minute video.

Monday Jumpstart program during PACK EXPO Connects looked at sustainability from every angle—from waste-to-energy to post-consumer recycled content. In this eight-minute clip, Loop and Seventh Generation weigh in on advancements in packaging material to achieve reusable, returnable containers.

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Iconotech’s OptiFlex printing process has provided packagers with simple, fast and flexible printing systems for batch printing corrugated cases, die cuts and multi-wall kraft bags. The cost savings generated by the OptiFlex process can be very substantial thanks to several key features: Users have total control of graphics, barcodes and text on every print job. Changes are quick and simple - no plate costs or lead times. Consolidating SKUs into common case sizes drives down the cost of corrugated. Using generic cases eliminates scrap and obsolescence. Printing systems give years of service with minimal maintenance.

Georgia-Pacific is a global leader in forest and consumer products and one of North America’s leading corrugated packaging manufacturers. GP Corrugated offers innovative, customer-focused packaging solutions that help brand owners tell their story in a way that is as unique and compelling as their product. A commitment to building a better box for customers is demonstrated through an ongoing focus on safety, sustainability and consistent quality in manufacturing high graphic and traditional corrugated packaging.

Kliklok LLC, a Syntegon Company, is located in Decatur, GA, USA. We are the headquarters for secondary and vertical packaging in the Americas. We manufacture and service Kliklok and Woodman secondary and primary packaging machinery at our 204,000 sq ft facility. We build Kliklok topload carton formers and closers, horizontal endload cartoners, wraparound cartoners (sleevers), and associated handling equipment for products in primary packaging. We also build Woodman vertical form-fill-seal bagmakers, multi-bag balers, as well as infeed and pack-off equipment. The core industries we serve are: bakery, snack, cereal, frozen food, refrigerated and prepared foods, confectionery, and related industries.

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