Tri-Seal, a Tekni-Plex business, has received two ISO certifications (22000:2018 and 15378:2017) for its Blauvelt, NY closure liner manufacturing facility. The plant produces a wide variety of single and multilayered foam or foil/film closure liners for products marketed in glass, metal and plastic containers.
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Tri-Seal, a Tekni-Plex business, is announcing its latest addition to its closure liner line. Newly-launched Luxe® seal two-piece, embossed induction seal closure liners provide an eye-popping embossed alternative to traditional printed liners.
Using proprietary technology, Tri-Seal has been able to create an embossed induction seal liner which boosts both visual and tactile aesthetics. The latest addition to the Tri-Seal line is suited for a wide variety of products including over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, personal care, cosmetics, nutraceuticals and more.
“In today’s demanding marketplace, brand owners continue to look for ways to differentiate their product. An embossed liner is a memorable way to promote the brand using a wide variety of colors and custom messaging options,” said Brian Jacobi, vice president and general manager, Americas, Tri-Seal.
The Luxe seal two-piece embossed liner not only supports premium brand objects, but it also acts as a counterfeiting deterrent, as well as being tamper- and pilfer-resistant. The liners are compatible with polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene, polypropylene and glass containers.
Brand owners are constantly looking for ways to create product differentiation. Sniff Seal® technology is an ideal way for the consumer to experience a scent in the retail aisle without compromising the seal or the product contents. The patented Sniff Seal® technology, which is the first liner to enable scent permeation through an induction seal closure liner without affecting the seal or compromising the contents.
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