Toly Products and CVA Silicone have signed an exclusive alliance to disrupt the beauty applicator world. Both company's have decided to partner in developing amazing new application systems to bring value to both brands and their consumers. The two companies will co-develop highly innovative applicators, with a specific focus on silicon, which will be manufactured by CVA Silicone and sold by Toly Products. This strategic and exclusive agreement was fostered by complementary strengths and know-how as well as strong common values.
All-British beverage company Life Water has introduced a sparkling version of its natural spring water in a can – bringing a refreshing new zero-plastic option for environmentally conscious water drinkers. As a permanent material that can be infinitely recycled, and with the highest recycling rate of any drink packaging on the market, aluminium is the natural packaging choice for a clean, pure drink like British spring water.
Together with the launch of PCR Airless Bottle as part of SR Packaging’s commitment to reducing plastic waste, PCR Airless Tube is now available for companies to select. The perfect combination of an airless dispensing pump and super oval, flat-shaped tube made of PCR PE, stands out from other options available on the market.
A colorful future is in reach for biodegradable plastics. Clariant brings it even closer with the launch of a range of 25 organic pigments for biodegradable and compostable polymers which are compliant with the European Norm 13432 opening up color options and the appeal of organically recyclable packaging.
Tangerine Confectionery was looking for a high-quality, colourful, and creative pack to re-launch its Barratt seasonal range of the UK’s favourite sweets. The vivid colours of the SuperLift® tubs, made of widely recyclable polypropylene, provide strong shelf standout and have generated fantastic in-store backing with feature space and promotional support, which has led to an increase in demand for the sweets.
Leading global packaging and paper group Mondi’s four-year effort with a customer – German cleaning products maker Werner & Mertz GmbH – to develop a fully recyclable, flexible, stand-up pouch for W&M’s Frosch-brand laundry detergent is paying dividends. The project applied Cradle to Cradle principles to assess every aspect of the product, from design to optimal end-of-life options, to close the packaging loop.
Tekni-Films, a Tekni-Plex business, is introducing a new line of Tekniflex PX monolayer and laminated thermoformable films for cosmetic applications that provides a luxurious sampling option for premium brands.
Schreiner MediPharm, a Germany-based global provider of specialty pharmaceutical labeling solutions for over 65 years, has developed a new tamper-evident security concept for luer-lock syringes. The solution ensures the primary container’s integrity by preventing undetected opening of the cap.
Narrow web ink specialist Pulse Roll Label Products Ltd is to partner with GMG Color Ltd (UK) to present a closed loop colour management solution, combining the next evolution of its PureTone UV flexo printing inks with GMG’s latest solutions.
Sustainability is a huge focus in the Pelliconi group. Marco Checchi, our CEO, absolutely wants us to respect the environment in every way possible and I think this is great. And this is also greater for a big company like Pelliconi: this kind of approach shows its huge effects both in short and long terms.
Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London celebrated its 10th anniversary with standout show content. This included launching three brand-new features, advancing the sustainability debate with a focus on plastic alternatives, and welcoming more exhibitors than ever before.
Markus puts a new twist on a timeless experience with customizable color possibilities, a new textured finger pad, improved grip, and a new, sleek, modern matte finish.
Elemis, the world-leading British brand for skincare products and luxury spa treatments, has chosen Premi for the launch of the new anti-wrinkle smoothing serum. The philosophy of the English company has always been to offer products that are the right combination of nature and research, offering innovative and specific treatments for each type of skin.
Ishida Europe is opening a dedicated office for East Africa to provide localised sales, service and spares support to food processors and packers throughout the region. It will enable the company to provide a fast-response service in the supply and support of individual machines and also the design and installation of complete packing lines.
Protecting the environment is becoming increasingly significant in our society. Due to clearly evident climate change and global warming, it is becoming ever more important to save resources and employ technology that does not cause harm to the environment. Certina Packaging does just that with Green Line. Green Line is not just a line of products, but a new way of packaging.
WWP, a leading provider of cosmetic packaging components, tubes, and full-service turnkey solutions, has been named 2018 Packaging Supplier of the Year by cosmetics mainstay Mary Kay Inc. The honor was bestowed during Mary Kay’s annual awards luncheon at its Addison, TX headquarters
Felt-tip eyeliners are typically the choice when it comes to creating a dramatic (or not so dramatic) cat-eye. To create the perfect flick and taper out the eye line, use the nib like a stamp and press flat against the skin. GCC's swipe & define eyeliner allows effortless, precise application every time.
Pregis LLC, a leading protective packaging materials and automated systems manufacturer, has received a Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain of Custody, FSC Recycled certification for its Easypack paper portfolio. The certification is for 100% recycled-content, single and multiply-paper produced at its Plymouth, Indiana facility.
In part four of our Connect to Nature series, we look at how digital technology can help close the loop on packaging and drive true sustainability. To really make a long-term sustainable impact, brands need to consider what happens at the end of a packaged product’s life as well as how it was sourced and made. How can connected packaging help close the loop on packaging?