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Americas: igus releases 3D print material for food use

The three dimensional (3D) print material iglidur I150 developed by motion plastics specialist igus has now been approved for food contact according to EU...

Europe: Gizeh creates twin-chamber cup for dessert

Plastic packaging company Gizeh has developed a new twin chamber cup for a new yogurt dessert line of Müller. The cup combines Müller yogurt with...

Europe: Christmas box design wins logistics award

Smurfit Kappa has won the Transport and Shelf-ready Packaging Solution award at the NL Packaging Awards 2017 on March 16 in Hilversum, the Netherlands. The...

Asia Pacific: Cater to the local demand, Tetra Pak tells FNI of new plant...

Tetra Pak will be building a new plant at its Rayong site in Thailand, dedicated to producing closures for carton packaging. The €24 million (US$25.38...

Americas: Crown releases metal lids for PET containers

Crown Holdings releases new metal closures that are compatible with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) containers. The new package combination offers considerable weight, efficiency and breakage...

Americas: US retailer uses Uflex’s packaging solution for chips

US-based Whole Foods Market has repackaged its tortilla chips with India’s Uflex to prevent product spoilage, wastage whilst maintaining a green look. Whole Foods Market...

Europe: The 5 stages of design

Why would you dress a ground-breaking formula in last year’s trends? Tailor-making a bottle, compact or tube can take many turns, from a subtle addition...

Americas: Color is functional, emotive, says Sun Chemical

Color play an important role in dressing a packaging, attracting the attention of consumers in a shopping aisle, as well as convey messages and...

Europe: pacproject, EcoTensil launch carton spoons in region

pacproject, the Hamburg-based agency for packaging design, consultancy and strategy, has now concluded a contract with the Californian packaging manufacturer EcoTensil on launching its...

Europe: Research finds the elderly feel helpless with retail packaging

Packaging on supermarket goods can leave ‘older’ consumers feeling powerless and vulnerable, according to a study carried out at the University of Portsmouth. Issues such...
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