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EPE’s organic growth over the past four decades has allowed for development and understanding of a wide array of packaging products and services.


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The Journal of Applied Packaging Research is a useful and open resource with strong ties to packaging industry educators that's available free to anyone.

 


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Finite elemental analysis and customer input helped guide the novel packaging developed for Medtronic’s latest generation of TAVI heart catheters that cut operating room labor by half.

 


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SIPA’s packaging development project to produce a complexly contoured PET elephant bottle leveraged the use of 3D printing and took only two months’ time.

 


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Esko’s Studio suite that centers on packaging design projects for boxes, flexible packaging, labels and shrink sleeves offers up some fresh improvements that push the capability of tools used for packaging design.

 


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An exclusive survey provides an overview to the market status, forecast, advice and points to several unusual projects in the packaging market.

 


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Many packaging departments grapple with how to innovate during a time when the pace of change keeps accelerating. With new technologies materializing all the time, how can you discern the best direction for the future?


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What does the FDA’s revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels mean for your brand and package design? SGK’s Carol Best shares her views and advice.

 


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Corby Spirit and Wine Ltd. mines AskingCanadians’ research program for actionable insights about packaging for its alcohol beverages from 25,000 consumers, using methods including “heat maps” and shelf mockups

 


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Walmart’s repackaging and branding highlights are disclosed for Great Value version 2.0 and 2.1 along with information on Blackweb electronics and Pure Balance Premium Pet Food.

 


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Microwave Assisted Thermal Sterilization improves on retorting by minimizing time-temperature requirements to produce healthier foods and cleaner labels.


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Early results for our poll on the use of 3D printing in packaging indicate a technology with traction and promise for some, and questions, uncertainty and disinterest for others.

 


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Leading packaging managers say the use of 3D printing is “very beneficial” and has “tremendous value” to produce packaging prototypes, molds and parts for machinery, according to an informal poll taken of key industry contacts


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A science-reflecting packaging redesign, debris-polluted oceans, a very intriguing beer launch and two virtual tours of trendy food packaging innovations found at tradeshows earned the Top 5 spots as the most popular articles


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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.


The Journal of Applied Packaging Research is a useful and open resource with strong ties to packaging industry educators that's available free to anyone.

 

Among other things, familiarity can also breed renewable resources when it...


Finite elemental analysis and customer input helped guide the novel packaging developed for Medtronic’s latest generation of TAVI heart catheters that cut operating room labor by half.

 

The award-winning EnVeoR Transcatheter Aortic...


SIPA’s packaging development project to produce a complexly contoured PET elephant bottle leveraged the use of 3D printing and took only two months’ time.

 

In our recent poll on 3D printing for packaging, we asked poll-takers about...


Esko’s Studio suite that centers on packaging design projects for boxes, flexible packaging, labels and shrink sleeves offers up some fresh improvements that push the capability of tools used for packaging design.

 

While perusing some...


An exclusive survey provides an overview to the market status, forecast, advice and points to several unusual projects in the packaging market.

 

Exclusive survey results for packaging’s role in 3D printing indicates that while current...


Many packaging departments grapple with how to innovate during a time when the pace of change keeps accelerating. With new technologies materializing all the time, how can you discern the best direction for the future? One way is to concentrate on...


What does the FDA’s revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels mean for your brand and package design? SGK’s Carol Best shares her views and advice.

 

Carol Best, VP, Client Engagement, SGK, presents on the topic “Turning...


Corby Spirit and Wine Ltd. mines AskingCanadians’ research program for actionable insights about packaging for its alcohol beverages from 25,000 consumers, using methods including “heat maps” and shelf mockups

 

Corby Spirit and Wine...


Walmart’s repackaging and branding highlights are disclosed for Great Value version 2.0 and 2.1 along with information on Blackweb electronics and Pure Balance Premium Pet Food.

 

When Walmart talks, people listen, as was the case for...


Microwave Assisted Thermal Sterilization improves on retorting by minimizing time-temperature requirements to produce healthier foods and cleaner labels. We interview a company principal about packaging options and requirements for MATS.

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Early results for our poll on the use of 3D printing in packaging indicate a technology with traction and promise for some, and questions, uncertainty and disinterest for others.

 

We’re seeing interesting feedback in the early returns...


Leading packaging managers say the use of 3D printing is “very beneficial” and has “tremendous value” to produce packaging prototypes, molds and parts for machinery, according to an informal poll taken of key industry contacts.

 

How...


A science-reflecting packaging redesign, debris-polluted oceans, a very intriguing beer launch and two virtual tours of trendy food packaging innovations found at tradeshows earned the Top 5 spots as the most popular articles at PackagingDigest....


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...


  • 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...


EPE’s organic growth over the past four decades has allowed for development and understanding of a wide array of packaging products and services. As a leading global manufacturer of packaging materials, EPE’s breadth of products encompasses...

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.