Nest Filler has made purchasing environmentally cosmetic products even more convenient. The Korean packaging company's latest offering is the One Click Refill cream jar. From the outside, this patent-pending new double wall jar looks like a classic cream jar, however, once the lid is opened, the benefits of the jar are clear to see.
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For its anti-lice treatment products, Goya Cosmétiques chose us in selecting several models from the standard range to create its products for the brand Kid’s Poux: a playful and easy to use range.
The combination of effective product protection and high-impact on-shelf appeal has made the SuperLock pot from Superfos, a Berry Global company, the ideal solution for a quality fresh and pure guacamole, produced by leading Spanish tropical fruit processor Avomix.
Well known UK packaging supplier, Neville and More has further extended its range of Simplicity Jars available direct from stock. A selection of the jars are highlighted at the company's Webpackaging LIVE showcase.
Magnum, the world’s favorite ice cream brand, has announced the roll out of more than 7 million ice cream tubs made with certified circular polypropylene from SABIC’s TRUCIRCLE initiative that uses feedstock made from recycling used, mixed plastic. The launch represented the “world’s first” tub within the ice cream industry that contains recycled plastic and that aims to contribute towards the challenge of keeping plastic waste out of the environment and in the value chain.
Gerresheimer has been commissioned by a well-known customer to produce plastic containers in which the active ingredient dexamethasone is to be filled. According to a study, the active ingredient can reduce the mortality of people who are seriously ill with Covid 19.
Anomatic has chosen to continue its expansion in New Albany, Ohio with a new 250,000-square-foot facility on 23 acres. The project would bring $2.4 million in new annual payroll. Anomatic will retain 705 jobs at $33.7 million in payroll, and the incentive stipulates that the company must maintain its operations there for nine years.