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Patented Sniff Seal® closure liner technology gives brand owners a way to showcase product scents/aromas without breaching the seal and compromising the contents. Further, scents can be experienced through face masks.
“There are many instances where consumers want to know what a product actually smells like before putting it in the shopping cart. In the current environment where face mask wearing is mandated in many communities, consumers may be more prone to peeling back seals or removing fitments to experience the scent before buying. When a package is returned to the shelf in a compromised condition, it is no longer sellable. As a result, the retail industry experiences a significant amount of loss annually,” explains David Andrulonis, senior vice president and general manager, Tri-Seal, a Tekni-Plex business unit.
Sniff Seal® closure liners are the first to enable scent permeation through an induction seal without affecting the seal or compromising the contents.
Brand owners are constantly looking for ways to create product differentiation. Consumers are also interested in enhancing their purchasing experience. 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. A wide variety of product categories, including food, beverage, personal care, and cosmetics can benefit from the technology.
Sniff Seal liner technology eliminates the problem because it provides the olfactory experience without removing the seal. This means that the tamper and/or pilfer evidence remains in place and the product integrity is maintained.
“An extensive range of products can benefit from this technology. Imagine being able to experience the smell of fresh peanut butter or mango-scented shampoo or spring-fresh deodorant in a retail aisle without removing a seal or a fitment,” Andrulonis said. “Sniff Seal promotes less contact between the product and the casual shopper.”
The latest in unit dose packaging and films for pharmaceutical and medical device applications will be featured by Tekni-Plex Europe at CPHI InnoPack, November 5-7, Frankfurt, Germany, stand 111G70. As a result of Tekni-Plex’s recent Lameplast acquisition, the company will be discussing semi-automatic and fully automatic Pentafill™ fill/seal machines for its injection molded unit-dose packaging.
Tekni-Plex has purchased automation equipment solutions manufacturer MMC Packaging Equipment Ltd. which will become part of Tekni-Plex’s Tri-Seal business. Headquartered in Laval, in the Montreal metropolitan region, Québec, Canada, MMC has a three-decade long reputation as a leading automation equipment manufacturer including cap lining, slitting/folding, assembling and closing systems.
A Tekni-Plex subsidiary has purchased Brazilian closure liner manufacturer Geraldiscos, which will become part of Tekni-Plex’s Tri-Seal business. Headquartered in Santana de Parnaiba, a suburb of São Paulo, Geraldiscos is known for manufacturing innovative closure liners and induction seals for a wide variety of container types including PP, PE, HDPE, PVC, PET and glass.
Tekni-Plex has purchased Italian healthcare packaging company Lameplast SpA from Milan-based private equity firm Aksìa Group. Lameplast will become part of Tekni-Plex’s global Tekni-Films business. Headquartered in Rovereto sul Secchia near Modena, the company is a leading Italian manufacturer of plastic single/multi-dose containers for pharmaceutical, diagnostic, medical device, veterinary and cosmetic applications.
Tekni-Plex has completed the acquisition of three manufacturing facilities from Amcor’s Flexible Packaging business unit. The facilities—located in Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Ashland, Massachusetts— provide a broad portfolio of sterilizable medical device packaging substrates including coated and uncoated Tyvek, heat-seal and cold-seal coated paper and films, medical grade laminates and die-cut lids and labels.
Tekni-Plex signs definitive purchase agreement to acquire three Amcor manufacturing facilities
Tekni-Plex has signed a definitive purchase agreement to acquire three manufacturing facilities from Amcor’s Flexible Packaging business unit. The facilities provide a broad portfolio of sterilizable medical device packaging substrates including coated and uncoated Tyvek, heat-seal and cold-seal coated paper and films, medical grade laminates and die-cut lids and labels.
Genstar Capital, a leading private equity firm focused on investments in targeted segments of the industrial technology, healthcare, financial services and software industries, today announced the acquisition of Tekni-Plex, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of technologically advanced products, components and materials for niche healthcare, specialty packaging, and food packaging applications, from affiliates of American Securities.
The latest in films and closure liners for medical device and pharmaceutical applications will be featured by Tekni-Plex business units at CPHI InnoPack, October 24-26, Frankfurt, Germany, stand 42H70. The company’s Tekni-Films business unit will be highlighting its Flexapharm® ultra high-barrier PVDC SBC coating, which offers multiple barrier and economic attributes for pharmaceutical applications, as well as its Aclar® laminates.
Tekni-Plex announces $15 million investment in new China manufacturing facility
Tekni-Plex, Inc. has announced a $15 million investment in a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China, near Shanghai. It represents the single largest recent investment by Tekni-Plex and reflects the growing needs of the Asia-Pacific pharmaceutical and medical device market.
Tekni-Plex, Inc. has acquired the assets of BrunaSeals, Doral, Florida, a leading producer of induction seals and foam closure liners for beverage, cosmetics, pharma and household and industrial chemical products. Going forward, BrunaSeals will become part of Tri-Seal, Tekni-Plex’s global closure liners business unit.
Colorite announces North American launch of Cellene thermoplastic elastomer compounds for medical devices
Colorite, a Tekni-Plex company, is introducing its Cellene line of thermoplastic elastomer compounds to the North American marketplace for medical device applications. Cellene thermoplastic elastomer compounds are suitable for a wide variety of medical devices, as well as packaging and other regulated markets. Cellene compounds are formulated to be silicone, latex, phthalate, halogen and PVC-free using FDA-compliant raw materials to meet USP Class VI and ISO 10993 standards.
Colorite launches new thermoplastic elastomer compound line for medical devices at MD&M West
A line of thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) compounds for medical device applications is being launched in North America by Colorite, a Tekni-Plex company, at MD&M West, February 7-9, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif., booth 2027.
Tekni-Plex unifies aerosol/pump dispensing manufacturing under Action Technology brand name
Tekni-Plex, Inc. is announcing that its aerosol and pump dispensing manufacturing will be doing business as Action Technology, a Tekni-Plex, Inc. company, going forward. The company has been operating under the Action Technology brand for the past 40 years and under the American Gasket and Rubber (AGR) brand for more than 70 years.
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