Closures Packaging News
Customers are facing increasing demand for sustainable packaging from consumers and regulators, with a particular focus on single-use plastics to tackle today’s concerns about plastic waste leaking into the environment, especially into the world’s oceans. SIG has developed tethered caps ready for market launch well in advance of the 2024 deadline.
Fanola, an Italian brand and global leader in professional hair care has chosen Giflor's 560 closure to enhance its customers' online shopping experience in order to avoid product leakage at any point along the supply chain.
New legislation in the European Union requires that all plastic closures must remain “tethered” to single-use beverage containers after opening. PackSys Global has developed multiple solutions to solve the “tethered” requirements and is ready to answer this demand.
To facilitate easy personal hygiene across North America, SR Packaging is offering stock bottles in a variety of different capacities from the company's New Jersey distribution center for free to customers when purchasing from its range of closures.
Albéa developed a new PE cap for a fully mono-material, recycling-ready packaging, a first on the oral care market.
Aptar Food + Beverage has developed a technical collaboration with Claranor, world leader in Pulsed Light packaging sterilization. This synergy highlights the benefits of the FULLCAP sterilization solution with the Uno sport cap family in polypropylene (PP) material, specifically adapted for use with functional beverages.
Premium Pack Ltd. is tackling the concerns of consumers head on with the introduction of its first 100% plastic fine mist sprayer into the company's product offering. The 100% plastic atomizers are the first in a series of 100% plastic dispensers which are being incorporated into Premium Pack Ltd.'s extensive selection of primary packaging.
Rieke's TaperStack patented interlocking design feature, preserves the concentric shape of the cap. TaperStack cap nest together and pack as logs in the carton. Nested packing protects the shape of the closures during shipping and warehousing, improving case utilization, and ensuring the caps arrive to the filling line unwrapped.