Hoffmann a global provider of high-quality packaging for a broad array of industries and applications, will showcase its full portfolio of tins at Webpackaging LIVE, a virtual exhibition billed as a modern alternative to physical shows. Offering international exposure, the extended exhibit – participants have their products featured from September 1 through November 30 – employs 3D technology to optimally showcase a wide variety of packaging solutions for a broad array of applications, including tobacco and cannibis, personal care, and nutritional products.
Hoffmann supplies a range of tins for a variety of applications. For dry and semi-dry highly concentrated or enriched products, such as food supplements or hemp-derived products – the company’s Child Resistant (CR) Tins combine child-resistance, product protection/efficacy and attractive aesthetics. Compliant with requirements in various global markets, the certified child-resistant containers are 70mm in diameter and available in volumes of 50ml, 100ml and 500ml.
Hoffmann’s CR Tins are made of tinplate steel with a polypropylene (PP) plastic insert, which offers an aroma barrier while retaining the package’s overall recyclability. The tin satisfies the child resistance standard for 16 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1,700.1. For decoration flexibility, they can come either in basic silver for easy labeling, or as full-color, custom-printed tins.
CR tins keep children and pets safe
Tin packaging is a great way to keep products safe and fresh. And stylish decoration on the metal exterior can make tins particularly captivating to children. But how can kids, or pets, be stopped from accessing the product inside? Hoffmann’s patented and customizeable child-resistant tins offer a safe solution.
Hoffmann Neopac to host webinar on premium tin & 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, Hoffmann 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.
Hoffmann Neopac Introduces Child-Resistant Tins and Tubes for Safe Packaging of Liquid, Damp and Dry Cannabis Products
Hoffmann Neopac 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.
Metal in packaging: why is it such a good choice?
Today, the packaging industry relies upon a vast number of materials in order to create easy to use concepts for consumers. Metal is one of the primary materials utilized with a wide array of products, from food to fashion, candies to candles. Why exactly is metal so popular?
Hoffmann Neopac launches the "Metal is Eternal" campaign online
Recently, Hoffmann Neopac 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.
- Nicole Tauster
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- Created 07 Oct 2020
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