Attractive, high impact UniPak plastic pails from Berry Superfos that can be reused in the home after their initial purpose are providing the ideal packaging solution for a new range of salty snacks and dried fruits from leading Danish bakery, snacks and confectionery supplier Nordthy.
Buckets Packaging News
A change of format for family-size packs of ice cream wafers from standard printed carton boxes to plastic buckets from Berry Superfos is delivering a number of important benefits for leading Romanian ice cream manufacturer TOPGEL.
Nordthy in Denmark develops and distributes a wide selection of snacks, nuts, biscuits, cakes and confectionary. Now, in collaboration with Berry Superfos, Nordthy has a new packaging solution for its expanding range of tasty snacks – pails in bright colours that are ideal for reuse at home.
The ALPLA Group is purchasing the Wolf Plastics Group to expand its product portfolio and sees growth potential in Central and South-Eastern Europe. In acquiring all the shares in the packaging manufacturer Wolf Plastics Group based in Kammern, Austria, ALPLA intends to use the company’s expertise, in particular in the manufacture of plastic buckets and canisters, to expand its product portfolio.
After a few trials, Aquarium Systems in France has gradually moved from virgin plastic pails to ones made with 50% PCR, post-consumer recycled material. The quality, sturdiness and vivid artwork decoration of the SuperCube and SuperLift Extra pails from Berry Superfos are just convincing, says CEO.
The Raptor Marketplace is the largest rigid packaging marketplace in the world. Buyers can source thousands of packaging solutions from multiple manufacturers.
M & M Industries, Inc. has joined the Raptor Packaging Marketplace as a vendor initially offering polypropylene pails and lids.
IIC Packaging has produced the delightful new ice-cream bucket for Percy Pig, contributing to the high success of the line. The brief was to develop a weight-reduced bucket with high transparency in order to highlight the finer points of the new “Percy-Pig” ice cream.