Industrial Pack wrapped up another successful event at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta GA. With visitor growth up, the expo served as a unique opportunity to network and learn from the top leaders in industrial packaging.
Luigi Garofalo, Market Development Director EMEA Homecare at Aptar, tells us more about the trends sweeping the industry and, in particular, Aptar’s innovative use of insert technologies: “To provide novelty and delight consumers, we need to add value. Therefore, we invest a lot of time and energy in market research to grasp and capitalize on key areas of focus like e-commerce."
Indeed, if we look to the restaurant industry, we can see that natural packaging seems to be the next big thing. Whether that means making containers out of compostable materials like cornstarch, wood, or bamboo ? or even just focusing on easily recycled components ? it’s safe to say that the usage of Styrofoam and cellophane is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
“By combining the air and paper systems portfolios, we will be creating a new European entity that will enable us to recommend the best on-demand, inside the box packaging solutions to meet a wide set of customer needs,” said Kevin Baudhuin, president and chief executive officer, Pregis.
PKP’s impressive level of quality management is what characterises the packaging company, and the supplier’s DPSF Ferrule Spray Pump functions to corroborate this view. Lending itself to the packaging of hair care products and air fresheners, the DPSF spray pump is bound to quickly become a family favourite.
Fighting dust is a dirty game and one needs every advantage available. The ease of handling that comes from the RPC Astrapak Dust Cover offers just that edge. The closure fits snuggly onto an aerosol can to protect the nozzle and keep it dust free and allows you to flick it off with one movement of your thumb.
ProAmpac has announced it has developed a suite of sustainable product groups as part of the company’s commitment to increasing environmentally sound and sustainable flexible packaging solutions. The new product groups are part of the company's ProActive Sustainability initiative.
CPGs make changes to existing packages to provide greater product protection, eliminate product leakage, reduce the amount of dunnage needed to secure the product, or solve other shipping-related issues.
Graham Packaging Company, a global leader in plastic and blow molded packaging solutions, approached Webpac with the task of re-vitalizing the online presence of its International Business Unit. Applying its expertise in digital solutions for the consumer packaged goods and packaging industries, Webpac crafted the winning combination of a modern website with a market-specific product focus.
Avoiding waste is an essential measure for environmental protection. In particular, plastic waste must be recycled in a sustainable way – because the amount of plastic, for example as packaging material, is constantly increasing. A consistent recycling economy keeps plastic in the value chain for as long as possible.
Mold-Rite Plastics, your trusted supplier for child resistant closures, is starting off 2019 with a LARGE announcement. We’ve expanded capacity for our large-format, 70mm child resistant closures. These plastic closures are ideal for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, Cannabis, household chemical and automotive industries where it’s vital to have a secure package that also stands out on the store shelf.
The exclusive attention to detail and commitment to uncompromising quality of Farrow and Ball also applies to the brand’s choice of metal packaging for its full range of distinctive colours. The metal can with its recognisable iconic design has been printed and produced in various sizes for over 20 years by Ardagh Group at its plant in Norwich, eastern England.
Experts from some of the world’s biggest brands, including Marks & Spencer, Pepsi Lipton and Church & Dwight Co., together with British Plastics Federation, A Plastic Planet and WRAP, will come together under one roof at Packaging Innovations 2019 to tackle the industry’s most contentious issue – plastics in packaging. The Big Plastics Debate, which will be hosted on the dedicated Ecopack stage, will welcome an array of industry experts to discuss the future of plastics and reflect on the pledges made by brands over the last 12 months.
Silgan Dispensing, a global leader in the design, development and distribution of highly engineered pumps and sprayers in the beauty, home and garden markets, is highlighting several of its latest innovations. The company is presenting new solutions for the Fragrance and Skincare markets that will address the changing needs of customers and consumers worldwide.
RPC is one of the UK’s major recyclers of both rigid and flexible plastic and sustainability is a critical part of the company's design and manufacturing process. The supplier continually impresses clients with its ability to deliver the aesthetics and functionality that are equally important to deliver brand image and differentiation in competitive markets.
Ball Corporation, the leader in aluminum aerosol packaging, brings to life a new technology that is changing the shape of the industry as the company introduces its 360° aerosol can. The newly developed technology brings another dimension to can contouring, using a process that allows custom shaping, symmetrically or asymmetrically, up to the full circumference of the can, ultimately benefiting both brand owners and end consumers.
Aerosol packaging leader, LINDAL Group has launched a new website with improved product information and user-friendly navigation. The site, which was project managed by Lindal Group Marketing Manager, Kashif Choudhry, includes 360-degree product views, enabling users to see product designs up-close.
Rieke's parent company, TriMas, has completed its previously announced acquisition of Plastic Srl, a privately-owned manufacturer of polymeric caps and closures for home care product applications, located in Forlì, Italy, which will enable expanded product and manufacturing capabilities.