Jars Packaging News

One Click Refill: An eco-innovation for the planet
NEST-FILLER PKG

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.

COPCO’s PCR-PET Packages
COPCO Packaging
Right now most of our current PET containers could be made in rPET with a PCR percentage of up to 100%. In addition to that, a rPET overcap is also available to replace ABS caps which is considered not to be environmentally friendly.
Roberts Metal Packaging works with client Proctor & Gamble to develop and manufacture the metal jar for King C Gillette’s Soft Beard Balm
Roberts Metal Packaging worked with client Proctor & Gamble to develop and manufacture the metal jar for King C Gillette’s Soft Beard Balm and has since received the highly commended award in the Metal Pack of the Year category at the UK Packaging Awards 2020. Released during lockdown in May 2020, the King C Gillette range already accounts for 20 per cent of sales from Gillette’s online store.
Flora joins Heinz Glas' standard collection
Heinz Glas

FLORA is one of the newest additions to the Heinz Glas standard-collection. The glass jar is a noble all-rounder that combines simplicity as well as elegance and puts every kind of product in a sophisticated and modern setting.

Innovative & safe customer interaction - AWANTYS Group presents extended range of sustainable packaging solutions at the industry’s first virtual trade show Webpackaging LIVE
AWANTYS Group
AWANTYS Group is showcasing its sustainable packaging innovations and extensive portfolio of standardized cosmetics packaging components at the industry’s first digital trade show Webpackaging LIVE. The entire portfolio of more than 1,000 designs can also be browsed at AWANTYS’s digital showcase.
The Wipes Market and What to Look Out For
Raptor Packaging
As we enter month seven of the current pandemic the sanitizer gels and liquids seem to be leveling off and with it some of the hysteria. With that, the packaging, fillers, and distribution channels have also settled down to some sense of normalcy. The emerging need that has hit today’s consumer and thus all of us in the supply chain is the national shortage of wipes. Like many other products in the market, all wipes are not created equally. What the ingredients are, what claims are made on the label, and how the wipe is being marketed will determine which regulatory arm of the government is involved and what approvals are required.
The best discoveries come in small packages
Quadpack
As a global provider for fragrance, skincare and make-up packaging, Quadpack has created three discovery sets that offer all the pampering elements that will help stimulate consumers’ good feelings. Combining trends like personalisation, small dosage, sustainability and cleanliness, these packs are an invitation to take a sensory journey.
Magnum launches new tubs made using certified circular polypropylene from SABIC’s TRUCIRCLE portfolio
Sabic

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.

Premium jars offer sustainable beauty
Berry Bramlage
Berry Bramlage is launching a range of premium jars that enable cosmetic and beauty products to create a strong on-shelf presence and brand image while meeting consumer demands for more sustainable packaging. "At Berry, our commitment to sustainability informs the design and development of all our packaging solutions," comments Delphine Roux, Strategic Marketing Manager, Berry Bramlage.
Anomatic to Build New Plant
Anomatic

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.