HBA packs in beauty

By Packaging Digest Staff in Cosmetic Packaging on August 31, 2003

Health & Beauty America will bring together professionals from the health and beauty aids market at the end of this month in New York City. More than 500 exhibitors will be showing their products–including packaging for the HBA marketplace. This year, HBA has entered into an unprecedented cooperative agreement with the Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Assn. to jointly launch the Personal Care Ingredients & Technology Expo, running concurrently with HBA at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

The winners of the 4th Annual International Package Design Awards will be announced during the show. A new section of the show will be devoted to new products from Europe.

Susan Arnold, president of global personal beauty and global feminine care for Procter & Gamble, will deliver the keynote address on the opening morning of the show.

The Packaging Conference comprises three sessions: Adding Value Through Great–Maybe Daring–Design; Labeling and Decorating–Putting the Right Face on Your Product; and Prestige Packaging Within Your Budget. Full conference registration costs $350, which includes admission to the exhibits. Any three seminars are $250, and one is $125. Registration for the expo-only is complimentary for advance registrants but $55 on-site. For further information, contact the show organizers, CMP Princeton, at 972/620-3018, or visit www.hbaexpo.com. Circle No. 400.

During the show, Packaging Digest will be distributing an HBA supplement from its booth, 109.


ABA Packaging-1527: Bottles, pumps, vials, droppers. Circle No. 167.

AGI/Klearfold-2313: Plastic and paperboard folding cartons and litho-laminated corrugated and rigid set boxes. Circle No. 91.

Airspray Intl.-1263: WaterGuard line of foam pumps with specific designs and outputs.

Amcor Plastube-1030

American Foam-1648

AMPAC-255

Ampersand Label-2431: Twinview™ label allows for 5 pages of label space for small containers.

Anil Tubes-1772

APR Packaging-1570: Acrylic loose powder container in various finishes, including spraying, metallization and frosting.

Ares Printing & Packaging-1835

Arrowpak-719

Augros-1257

Benson-Techpack Group-1319

Berlin Packaging-341: Showing Century PET, which is rectangular yet oval; Sabrina PET oval; and Apollo tall silhouette.

Bormioli Luigi Glass-2401: Design, moldmaking, production and decoration of custom bottles.

Bottlemate-1363

Burt Rigid Box-1952: Round and oval setup boxes, as well as square-corner, pedestal, slipcase and book-style.

C+N Packaging-1916: Molded Surlyn® closures simulate "water-clear" or frosted glass.

Caraustar Quality Partition-1473

CCL Container-1229

Cebal Americas-1319: Airless tube, angled applicator, Gemini dual tube, Cebalcap with printed shrink band, and Tandem tube.

Chicago Paper Tube & Can-2151: Seamless™ round box puts a small, finished edge on paperboard containers.

Cin-Made Packaging Group-2428

Clariant Masterbatches-1935

Clearpak-1859

CLP Packaging Solutions-2520: Flexible packaging and p-s labels.

Commonwealth Packaging-210

Consolidated Bottle Packaging Group-1064: Glass and plastic jars and bottles, metal and plastic closures, treatment pumps and compacts.

Cosmetic Packaging Group/O.Berk-957: Full-service supplier of glass, plastic and metal bottles, jars, cans, closures, droppers and pumps. Small case orders are accepted. Circle No. 163.

Cosmetics & Perfume Filling & Packaging-322

Crown Roll Leaf-1068

Custom Bottle-535: Extrusion/blow-molded bottles in a variety of materials; screened decoration and label application. Circle No. 165.

Custom Paper Tubes-975: Custom-designed paper tubes and composite cans.

Do-It-1468

Dow Industries/Screen Print-2437: Complete label decorating technologies, including digital.

Eastman Chemical-1921

Engelhard-2105: Aurora®, Gemtallic™ Collection, plus Garden series™ and Fluoridescent™ special effects films.

Europack-416

Expac-2247: Stock and custom packaging components, including applicator and spray units.

Fenton, Weber & Jones-2455: Camber Round OPET bottles; Wide Shoulder Oval in clear OPET; new 4-oz Two Way Oval; and Modified Square.

Fillab-647: Single-dose solutions, including pouches, 3D blisters, perfume vials, ampules and aluminum and plastic tubes.

Fillit/DT Packaging Systems-655: Liquid filling machine for ?-oz to 1 gal; Kapit torquer. Circle No. 156.

G. Glass-327: Distributors for Gujarat Glass.

Glass Group-2341

Graphic Converting-1873

Handsfree Applicators-642: Shaver combo has the razor built into the gel tube.

Heinz Glas USA-963

IdentiPak-1652

Imex Vinyl Packaging-748

Imperial Packaging-764

IM-PRES Label-1574: P-s labels decorated by letterpress, screen, hot stamp and gravure.

Independent Can-1370: New tin shapes and sizes, including tapered and pails for gifts.

J.L. Clark-1330: Metal and/or plastic combinations offer contemporary custom packaging.

James Alexander-2115

Kammann Machines-2456: Screen-printing equipment.

Kapak-1356

Kaufman Container-2430: New Venetian Round 1-L HDPE bottle.

Klocke of America-1641

Knoll Printing & Packaging-727: New Crossover Box has the strength and integrity of a rigid box with the decorating capabilities of a folding carton.

Label Graphics Mfg.-756: P-s labels in letterpress, screen, flexo, hot stamping or embossing.

Labels West-1673:Prime/process labels, expandable/ booklet labels, 2-ply labels.

Lablabo-1909

Linhardt/Europack-416: Collapsible aluminum and plastic tubes, threaded aluminum cans and rigid tubes.

Logotech-2520

Marietta-1563: Bottles, jars, tubes, packettes, thermoforms, overwrapping and affixing.

Markem-2451: New SmartLase™ 110 and 130 coders offer more value with less cost, single point of control and flexible printing capability. Circle No. 35.

Matrix Packaging-1956

McKernan Packaging Clearing House-541: Buyer and seller of new discount packaging, including bottles, caps, pumps, jars or sprayers. Circle No. 57.

McLean Packaging-1756: Printed corrugated POP displays and mini-flutes, including panorama window boxes and printed, transparent folding cartons.

Mega Pumps-929

Montebello Packaging-2257: Aluminum tubes and cans, aerosol containers, aluminum marker barrels, laminate tubes, foil and plastic barrier tubes.

Naugatuck Glass-752

New High Glass-735: Glass containers for nailcare products, fragrance and skincare; pumps; plastic closures; and components.

Novapak-2518: Stock 8-oz PET Foamer bottle mates with Airspray™ sprayer for antibacterial soaps, hair coloring, body wash, etc. Circle No. 161.

Pak 2000-2155

Paket-1225

Penn-Wheeling Metal Caps-456 Circle No. 82.

Phoenix Packaging-2414

Plastic Bottle-2229

PolyOne-2508

Poly-Seal/Berry Plastics-301

Polytop-2301

Prestige Label-1770: High-definition flexo and digital label printing via fully digital workflows which ensures the integrity of even complex graphics; design support and state-of-the-art digital proofing. Circle No. 162.

Printex Packaging-1748

Resolution Packaging-1056

Risdon-AMS-1335: Unique fragrance packaging system consisting of a glass bottle inside a clear PCTA copolyester shell, with space between partially filled with dyed "wave fluid."

Roberts Container-309

Robinson Paperboard Packaging-1647: Round and oval cartons, canisters and boxes; new flush-fit "G" talc shaker with small puff under its cover.

RockTenn-2235: Formations™ thermoformed paperboard tray combines shapes and compartments.

Saint-Gobain Calmar-241

Seaquist Closures-1947

SGB Packaging Group-1463: Showing Lancome Resolution jar; L'Oréal Longitude mascara; and Clarins Aroma.

Smith Container-1441

Specialty Films & Assoc.-1670: Manufacturer of flexible packaging products, including printed and unprinted laminated films, pouches and bags.

Spentech Plastic Containers-1657: Custom molds of precision fabrication with a broad spectrum of resins.

Stoffel Seals-955: Packaging enhancements such as seals, charms and medallions; capabilities include die-cutting, metal stamping, printing and injection molding. Circle No. 164.

Tapemark-2347

Taylor Box-215: Four-color wrapped setup boxes, gift box sets, hinged paperboard boxes and transparent PVC boxes.

Techpack-1319: Glossy bottles, amusing deo-sticks, original jar designs, innovative compacts and fun duos.

Transparent Container-1464

TricorBraun-1901: SprayGuard™ for dispensing products, containing 10% hydrocarbons; stock packaging solutions for speedy market entry.

Tube Council of North America-1672

Tubed Products-1801: New oval plastic tubes with pop-on dispensing closures registered to the graphics on the tube.

Tubepack-247

U.S. Box-452: Offers a large selection of in-stock and custom packaging.

Unicep Packaging-356: Unit-dose contract manufacturer introduces PP resin for Twist-Tip™ line of single-use vials with improved barrier and lustrous finish; PP resin features improved barrier qualities. Circle No. 160.

Union Standard Equipment-1847

Weber Intl. Packaging-2321

Wilden AG-2135: Next-generation airless dispensing system, Prestige™, enables filling with maximum air and pathogen reduction.

Wiley Wonder Products-2519: Miracle Applicators for deodorants and shaving cream; and back and body applicator with handle.

World Wide Packaging-409

Xela Pack-856

Zeller Plastik-1335: Plastic dispensing closures: flip-top, disc-top, tube-top and specialty.

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