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Packaging is a key market for the company’s R&D efforts in bioplastics using PLA and, especially, its PHA polymers for use in existing products and to create entirely new products with enhanced functionality and features.


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The annual Sweets & Snacks Expo produced by the National Confectioners Association held this week gives a glimpse of the newest tempting treats to hit the market.


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What role does technology have in packaging design and how can brand owners leverage that?


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The "Swiss Army knife of RFID," eAgile’s DualWing combines UHF and NFC frequencies in a single form factor that opens up technology-driven intelligence in the supply chain and interactive options for end users including authen


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The Coca-Cola Co. has long been a leader in the field of bio-based packaging, starting in 2009 when it introduced its first PlantBottle.


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Organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) have seen applications in television panels, mobile devices and related visual media. Now VTT Ltd.


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With the Final Four of NCAA basketball just ended Monday night, we present our Final Five of March's most popular articles.


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  • Body Dimensions has been the forerunner of many current trends in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals for over a decade.

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What do diverse consumer packaged goods companies Wm. Bolthouse Farms, Kraft Foods, L’Oreal, P&G and SC Johnson have in common?


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The most popular articles at PD.com this past month involved Shark Tanks, pizza boxes, shave gel, biofoods, fancy cartons and a new kind of sustainable package.

 


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This week at Pack Expo East, David Macfie of Cimquest provided an overview and update of 3D printing technology, citing companies including The Dial Corp. and Silgan Plastics that were using it for packaging.


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The demand for packaging prototypes, or mock-ups, has grown decisively in less than a decade.


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A patent filing published last week by SC Johnson offers a holistic approach to packaging design cues that coordinates related visual and textual cues across multiple, but complimentary products as an effective on-package cons


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Digital cutting technology to replace standard die cutting is another option that packaging material converters can employ to provide brand owners with cartons that possess strong on-shelf presence.

 


Packaging is a key market for the company’s R&D efforts in bioplastics using PLA and, especially, its PHA polymers for use in existing products and to create entirely new products with enhanced functionality and features.

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The annual Sweets & Snacks Expo produced by the National Confectioners Association held this week gives a glimpse of the newest tempting treats to hit the market. Thousands of retailers, distributors and other industry stakeholders converged...


CustomWave RFID Solutions from R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago, are positioned as a cost-effective, high-performance and environmentally friendly radio-frequency identification (RFID)-enabled smart label for packaging...


What role does technology have in packaging design and how can brand owners leverage that?

Jim Harmon of Nielsen Innovation’s Practice in North America can offer some insight. He has seen how leading retailer and consumer packaged goods (CPG...


The "Swiss Army knife of RFID," eAgile’s DualWing combines UHF and NFC frequencies in a single form factor that opens up technology-driven intelligence in the supply chain and interactive options for end users including authentication.

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The Coca-Cola Co. has long been a leader in the field of bio-based packaging, starting in 2009 when it introduced its first PlantBottle. The company continues to roll out this technology with the ultimate goal of using PlantBottle technology for...


Organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) have seen applications in television panels, mobile devices and related visual media. Now VTT Ltd. is looking to broaden those markets to include packaging using its cost-reducing roll-to-roll printable...


With the Final Four of NCAA basketball just ended Monday night, we present our Final Five of March's most popular articles. Making the cut was a sustainable jug, a reclosure partnership involving a major brand owner, a dairy company that got...


What do diverse consumer packaged goods companies Wm. Bolthouse Farms, Kraft Foods, L’Oreal, P&G and SC Johnson have in common? They’ve all had patents published recently for packaging inventions ranging from a food cup containing a frangible...


The most popular articles at PD.com this past month involved Shark Tanks, pizza boxes, shave gel, biofoods, fancy cartons and a new kind of sustainable package.

 

Interest in packaging heated up during the month of February with a...


This week at Pack Expo East, David Macfie of Cimquest provided an overview and update of 3D printing technology, citing companies including The Dial Corp. and Silgan Plastics that were using it for packaging.

“By noon today, everyone in this...


The demand for packaging prototypes, or mock-ups, has grown decisively in less than a decade. Today, digital printers provide the answer for printing short-run prototypes at a fraction of the cost of film-based proofing. With the...


A patent filing published last week by SC Johnson offers a holistic approach to packaging design cues that coordinates related visual and textual cues across multiple, but complimentary products as an effective on-package consumer education method...


Digital cutting technology to replace standard die cutting is another option that packaging material converters can employ to provide brand owners with cartons that possess strong on-shelf presence.

 

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You’ll find in this list of the Top 5 most popular packaging articles for January at PackagingDigest.com a major new commitment to futuristic aseptic beverages, a popular bunch of “sharks” poised to attack an innovative container, some onerous-to-...


  • Body Dimensions has been the forerunner of many current trends in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals for over a decade.  We offer a complete range of services under one roof that are designed to satisfy your needs whether small volume...

Pucks are our specialty. Partner with Advantage Puck as your full-service puck supplier, and you get today’s most innovative technologies, 3-D designs, FDM prototypes and fast turnaround… all at competitive pricing.

We also offer our clients...


CIDEAS is a leading full-service, 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing center, offering custom rapid prototyping and manufacturing solutions to thousands of engineers and product developers worldwide, since 1998.

Utilizing over 24 large...

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 to Thursday, June 11, 2015

EastPack serves up packaging solutions for various markets located on or near the east coast of the U.S., from new automation technologies on packaging machines to the latest structures and designs.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 to Thursday, June 11, 2015

The health and beauty aids markets get down to business at the HBA Global pavilion at the EastPack show. Solutions include new formulations and their raw ingredients, contract...

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 to Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Experience a worldclass conference program along with the U.S. debut of the Innovation Gallery, which will showcase the latest innovations in pharmaceutical packaging and delivery systems.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 to Thursday, June 18, 2015

Canada's leading showcase of packaging solutions combines an active Resource Hall of exhibits with a dynamic conference program to deliver the kind of necessary connections to move your packaging projects forward.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015 to Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Thought leaders and disruptive thinkers made last year's Global Food & Beverage Packaging Summit a blockbuster event. This year, we're upping the game with a program that looks ahead to tomorrow's challenges and directs you to viable solutions...

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 to Thursday, October 8, 2015

Philadelphia hosts the region's new annual packaging event, boosted by medical and other manufacturing-related co-located shows.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 to Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Join the hoorah in Houston, as TexasPack 2015 brings you the latest in packaging products from top suppliers. Plus, the new 2-hour Learning Labs explore hot topics like 3D printing, quality in packaging and more.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 to Thursday, November 5, 2015

Your local midwest packaging event brings live demonstrations of the latest equipment, design ideas and expert speakers on hot topics such as 3D printing, design ideation and innovation, supplier quality and more.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 to Thursday, November 19, 2015

Orlando, FL, is your best destination for packaging machinery, materials and services solutions. The SouthPack 2015 event assembles exhibits showing the latest products along with new 2-hour Learning Labs to feed your educational hunger.