Hoffmann Neopac is one of the world's leading developers and producers of high-quality packaging for health care products, beauty products, luxury foodstuffs, and tobacco. The Hoffman side of the business produces packaging items in metal or metal and plastic for a number a sectors, including the tobacco, confectionery, food, and non-food industries. Recently, the company launched its "Metal is Eternal" campaign to inform consumers and corporate entities about the virtues of metal as a raw material and its pre-eminent place in the packaging universe. The campaign was brought to life through an interactive edutainment presentation developed at Webpac Digital Media Studios.
"Metal is Eternal" is no idle claim. Nearly 80% of the metal ever mined by humans throughout history is still in use today, recycled and re-used infinitely with no loss of quality or attributes. Metal that begins as a simple packaging concept such as a can or tin can be recycled into just about anything, including electronic components, jet engine parts, household tools, car pieces, building materials, or any number of other items used by people every day.
The "Metal is Eternal" presentation is available for view at www.metaliseternal.com, and takes the visitor through the entire metal production, usage, and recycling process. It even offers a number of interactive 3D models that the user can customize to see what prospective products offered by the firm might look like prior to even engaging in prototyping.
Upon completion, visitors can choose to participate in Hoffmann's "Win a Tin" contest, where winners can receive a metal tin concept designed by the firm filled with some of the best professional coloured pencils on the market, a must-have for artists and designers alike.
Hoffmann Neopac to Host Webinar on Premium Tins & Tube Packaging Options for North American Cannabis Sector
Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging for a broad array of industries and applications, will host a webinar exploring best packaging practices for the burgeoning North American cannabis market. Further information about the company's CR Tins, ideal for the cannabis market, can also be found on the company's Webpackaging LIVE 3D showcase.
At Interpack, Neopac to Introduce RecyCan Recycled Steel-based Tinplate Packaging
Neopac is introducing RecyCan, recycled steel-based tinplate packaging. Ideal for various premium organic and specialty products, the latest member of Neopac’s EcoDesign portfolio comprises 100% recycled steel, aligning with circular economy sustainability.
Neopac Opens First U.S. Facility with Site Tours & Demos of High-Speed Tube Production Line
Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging for a broad array of industries and applications, officially opened its first U.S. facility on Thursday, May 16 with a ceremony that included tours, demonstrations and remarks from senior executives. Focusing primarily on small-diameter tubes, the 37,000-square-foot plant in Wilson, NC boasts a high-speed tube line capable of producing some 80 million tubes annually, as well as floorspace for several additional packaging lines to come.
Hoffmann Neopac Introduces Child-Resistant Tins and Tubes for Safe Packaging of Liquid, Damp and Dry Cannabis Products
Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging for a broad array of industries and applications, has introduced child-resistant, opaque tins for packaging damp and dry cannabis products. The new lineup comes in response to packaging requirements in increasingly widespread legalization of marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes in the United States, Canada and worldwide.
Hoffmann Neopac offers the pharmaceutical industry as well as the dietary and food industries, food-suitable, flavor-safe tinplate tins as well as Polyfoil® tubes, in which food supplements, liquids and creams are securely packed and remain fresh. The newest tins and tubes are also certified to be childproof.
The benefits of using recycled materials should be fairly obvious. By using recycled metal, newly mined raw resources become less necessary, and all of the waste and energy associated with industrial mining can be curbed. It is estimated that by using recycled metal, for example, industry can reduce water pollution by 75%, air pollution by 85%, and direct chemical and by-product waste by 95%. Recycling metal can also result in a 75% energy reduction in the creation of usable materials, which only grow as long as the metal is continuously recycled and used.
- Frank Robledano Espín
- Company News
- Created 28 Feb 2017
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