Tubes Packaging News
Hoffmann Neopac has developed a differentiating packaging solution for a topical antiparasitic solution produced by Aurora Pharmaceuticals. Featuring the active ingredient selamectin, the recently released Revolt Topical Solution is now available via prescription in convenient, high-barrier single-use tubes with a simple, no-mess applicator.
Procter & Gamble has recently announced that the new packaging would be released across its renowned Crest, Oral-B and Blend-a-med toothpaste brands. The three brands now feature recyclable HDPE toothpaste tubes made using Albéa’s Greenleaf Generation 2 tube technology.
Following intensive development and testing, Giflor's eco low profile cap (ELP) is now part of a brand new laminate mono-material tube system that is recycle-ready as a single piece of packaging. The new launch marks another milestone on the path towards sustainable packaging and a circular economy.
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.
Toly have taken packaging to a higher level by presenting their bespoke application solutions in the Eyes, Lips and Face categories which have become the epitome of our hands-free campaign.
When selecting PET (polyethylene terephthalate) as a bottle material you will rely on your supplier to choose a 1-stage or 2-stage manufacturing process. Each will produce high quality bottles but each also have advantages and disadvantages that you should understand.
We should always plan our holiday trips ahead. Not only our destination, but also items that we want to take with us!
The CTL-TH Packaging group, one of the leading companies in the packaging industry of flexible tubes with plants in Vitoria (Spain), Barcelona (Spain) and Vichy (France), launches a specific production plan for flexible tubes for the packaging of hydroalcoholic solutions at a European level, in order to quickly serve its customers, reducing delivery times from the usual 60/80 days to 15 days.
Sanner BioBase is the first effervescent tablet packaging that consists of more than 90 percent bio-based material. The biopolymers used consist of various renewable raw materials such as corn, sugar cane or cellulose, which are converted into "green" ethanol.