Avery Dennison began the digital traffic sign revolution in 2014 with our introduction of the TrafficJet Print System. Quickly becoming one of the best-selling printers for specification compliant traffic signs with warranties exceeding industry standards, TrafficJet is in regular use in nearly 500 locations across 50 countries. This printer has been instrumental in the elimination of more than 1.5 million gallons of wastewater worldwide. “Our newest printer, TrafficJet Pro, truly challenges the need for toxic screen printing” says Aaron Means, senior product manager. “This affordable printer featuring UV LED instant cure and True Traffic Color spot inks, delivers print speeds comparable to high-volume screen printing, while eliminating the complexity and multiple waste streams associated with screen printing. In addition, the print production process can be housed in an area less than one-third required by screen printing, conserving valuable space and associated costs. For government agencies, longer-life TrafficJet Pro signs reduce their replacement cycles and maintenance costs, lessening the impact on the environment.
Messe Düsseldorf India and the Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) is jointly organizing 'indiapack pacprocess' where both organisers will join their expertise in the packaging, packaging materials and production sector and the related processing industry with a focus on the Indian market. The trade fair will take place from October 26-28, 2017 in Halls 8,9,10 & 11 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. With expected 20,000 trade visitors not only from India but also from neighboring SAARC regions, middle-east and other important region + 300 exhibitors from India and overseas.
The fair is powered by Interpack - the largest trade fair for Processes and Packaging in Düsseldorf, Germany.
USP of Indiapack Pacprocess 2017 -
The fair spreads across 10,000 sqm
Participation from over 300 exhibitors from India and overseas
Powered by "Interpack", Germany, the leading trade fair in packaging and processing, well known brand to the Indian market
Unique platform for entrepreneurs, decision makers, senior govt. officials, investors, industry members, traders, equiment buyers and suppliers, academia, engineers and trade delegations to congregate, brainstorm, showcase and forge meaningful partnerships for business.
More event details available at http://www.pacprocess-india.com/
Contact person - Amit Sharma
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LINHARDT’s mission is to provide “packaging for your life”. As cannabis products increasingly become a part of many peoples' lives, we’ve spent the last year developing a range of secure and high-quality cannabis packaging solutions.
We’re excited to announce, that for the first time ever, LINHARDT exhibits at CannaCon Midwest 2021 Chicago, on August 6th - 7th.
We’d like to invite all of you, to pay a visit to our stand 106, where we will introduce our latest products and innovations for cannabis packaging.
The last year has been challenging in many ways, so we are thrilled to finally meet again in person. Of course, we still have strict health and safety measures in place.
WHAT TO EXPECT
CHILD-RESISTANT CANNABIS PACKAGING
RIGID TUBE WITH RESEALABLE SNAP-ON STOPPER*
for dry goods and edibles
*CRC certificate pending for some diameters
RIGID TUBE WITH PRY-OFF CROWN CAP
for liquids and dry goods
NON-CHILD-RESISTANT CANNABIS PACKAGING
SCREW CANS & SHAKER CANS
We would be happy to welcome you to our stand at CannaCon Chicago. If you are not able to attend, you can still take a look at our new cannabis website. LINHARDT CANNABIS
The company said thanks to the Carrefour team for supporting local, sustainable fresh produce and "for working forwards the food security of this country."
At the same time, the company debuts its newest product packaging. Previously, UNS used brown labeling to showcase its products but now chose a more vibrant packaging.
• Sainsbury’s is the leading supermarket with the largest roll out of the initiative to date
• The mass roll out will help drastically reduce the amount of plastic waste pollution
• Just 17% of UK local authorities collect flexible plastics for recycling
• Common household items that can now be recycled include crisp packets, food pouches, salad bags, biscuit and cake wrappers
Following a successful trial in the North East of England, Sainsbury’s has rolled out an innovative new recycling system to a total of 520 supermarkets allowing customers to recycle all flexible plastic packaging which is not commonly accepted for kerbside collection by local authorities.
The front of store recycling points will make it easier than ever for customers to make more sustainable choices by offering a trustworthy recycling system where they can correctly dispose of flexible plastic packaging. This includes packaging such as crisp packets, food pouches, salad bags and biscuit and cake wrappers which 83% of UK local authorities currently don’t accept for recycling.
The expanded initiative has the potential to significantly decrease the amount of plastic packaging going to landfill, with a report from WRAP estimating that flexible film contributed towards 290,000 tonnes of plastic packaging waste in 2019.
The introduction of the new, market-leading recycling system by Sainsbury’s is the latest move in the retailer’s initiative to reduce, reuse, replace and recycle plastic in its own operations while continuing to make it easier for customers to recycle.
The news follows the announcement in May that Sainsbury’s joined the Flexible Plastic Fund – an initiative which aims to ensure flexible plastics are properly recycled. Although flexible plastic represents a fifth of all UK citizen plastic packaging, only 6% is collected for recycling currently.
Claire Hughes, Director of Product and Innovation at Sainsbury’s, said: “We’re really excited to announce the mass rollout of the Flexible Plastics Recycling scheme in over 520 of our stores, helping our customers to recycle more of their plastic packaging, instead of it ending up as waste. Making recycling easier for our customers is a key part of our strategy to minimise the impact of single-use plastics on the environment, alongside our own ambitious target of reducing the use of plastics in our own operations by 50% by 2025." Sainsbury’s, as the first retailer to make a commitment to halve its use of plastic packaging by 2025, has also led the way with the removal of single use plastic bags from loose produce, 70% reduction of plastic in its Taste the Difference and SO Organic lamb and steak packaging and removed over 297 tonnes of waste plastic by working with Prevented Ocean Plastic to repurpose plastic collected from the coast into packaging for its strawberry and fresh fish ranges.
The retailer has also been announced as the Principal Supermarket Partner for the United Nation’s international climate change conference, COP26, taking place this November.
Nefab Perfects Packaging and Supply Chain Issues
Due to the unpredictable nature of the needs of aerospace companies, it can be challenging optimizing a supply chain. Given that aircraft are routinely serviced—and these maintenance exercises can place unexpected demands on a company’s supply chain—it is vital to have a system in place that will be both reliable and cost-effective.
One way Nefab is able to deliver value without compromising safety is by employing a team of engineers who analyze your company’s packaging and shipping needs. By crafting the packaging and shipping processes to fit each company’s needs, Nefab is able to reduce waste while preserving safety.
For example, the packaging used to transport parts for a jumbo jet would differ from the packaging used to transport parts for a small propeller-driven aircraft; by designing a packaging and transport solution to fit each company’s exact needs, Nefab is able to optimize the resource utilization of each company’s supply chain and eliminate unnecessary expenditures.
Nefab Has The Perfect Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul Solution
If your aerospace company is unable to procure the parts it needs to repair and service its aircraft, the entire aircraft may be grounded. This can lead to significant reductions in revenue, all for the sake of an unavailable replacement part.
Nefab’s packaging solutions are designed to ensure that the parts your company needs arrive on time and undamaged. When it comes to aircraft maintenance, a damaged part is the same as a missing part, and we at Nefab work hard to ensure that your replacement parts arrive in perfect operating condition.
At Nefab, we have developed a total cost approach aimed at key points in the supply chain. The end result is we are able to help your business improve supply chain efficiency while preserving safety and dependability. Our total cost approach consists of focusing on the effect of packaging on the following items:
Transportation costs. The size, weight, and durability of the packaging used in shipping your inventory can directly impact the costs you pay for transporting the parts you need. Nefab aims to minimize packaging size and weight while preserving durability.
Administration expenses. Paying staff to track and coordinate delivery of multiple shipments can be costly. The Nefab approach works to reduce your administration expenses by utilizing various tools that will more quickly and efficiently track and coordinate product shipments. Depending on the specifics of your supply chain, the Nefab approach may even be able to identify suppliers and vendors who can be eliminated from the process altogether, simplifying your administration and saving you money.
Warehousing costs. The price your business pays to store and protect parts during the various stages of the supply chain, as well as the money you have tied up in the parts that are sitting in a warehouse can impact your bottom line. The Nefab total cost approach includes an analysis of your warehousing costs as well as an action plan to reduce the various cost drivers in this area. By implementing just-in-time delivery, we help reduce the capital that your business has tied up in parts sitting in the warehouse. At the same time, we utilize online ordering to assist you in obtaining the parts you need, where you need them, at just the right time that you need them.
Product protection expenses. The packaging should protect your product without being too cost-prohibitive relative to the expense of the product it is protecting. An aerospace company should not cut corners on protecting an expensive part; at the same time, neither should it incur large expenses to protect a part that is easily replaced and cheaply manufactured. Nefab’s total cost approach includes a packaging solution that provides the best protection available relative to the replacement cost of a given product or part.
Handling costs. The money you pay employees, vendors, and suppliers for moving packaging around in the various stages of the supply chain is a key component to overall supply chain costs. Nefab utilizes packaging designed to minimize handling costs through steps such as decreasing the number of packages, improved package design for easier handling, and other means. The end result is a lower total handling cost, leading to a better bottom line for your aerospace business.
Environmental expenses. By utilizing re-usable packaging when possible and implementing a return shipping scheme in some instances, the Nefab total cost approach helps reduce packaging waste. This saves money for your business and reduces overall environmental impact.
Standardization is Key
Nefab helps to reduce packaging costs by designing packaging that can be used for multiple parts when possible. By consolidating and standardizing packaging options, Nefab helps reduce the complexity and costs of each stage of the part shipping process, leading to a lower overall total packaging cost.
Nefab Offers Real Value and Quality Service
In summary, the Nefab total cost approach brings you:
Standardized packaging to reduce administrative and logistical expenses
Packaging design and supply chain engineering using our dedicated team of experienced engineers
A single point of contact as opposed to multiple vendors and suppliers
Supply chain transparency through our use of online ordering, tracking, and managing software
Just in time deliveries to minimize the capital you have tied up in spare parts
24/7 availability due to our use of an online ordering system
An overall reduction in your total packaging and supply chain costs
Nature’s Garden Kicks Off Second Decade of Business with Updated Product Packaging and New Slogan “Powered by Plants”News:
A true entrepreneurial success story, Cibo Vito has also produced an “about us” animated video, showcasing the company’s origins and the founders’ commitment to bringing healthier foods to consumers — https://naturesgarden.net/pages/our-story
The brand updated its look with a modern logo, using bold typeface, replacing one which emoted a pastoral feel. Nature’s Garden will continue to utilize the same vibrant colors for each SKU for consumer recognition.
Nature’s Garden believes in creating products that address health concerns. “Our products are made from natural ingredients that reward the body through functionality,” stated Emre Imamoglu, president and co-founder of Cibo Vita. “We wanted our packaging to reflect this. The new design and photography allow us to showcase different varieties of products clearly, while focusing on the aesthetically pleasing naturalness of our ingredients. It is our fundamental belief that healthy snacking shouldn’t be laborious or fall short on flavor. Our mission is to make healthy snacking delicious, and that begins with the appeal of packaging,” he continued.
All trail mix packaging is the first to be updated, as they are the foundational products of Nature’s Garden. Since the makeover, more than 20 new products have been released including best sellers: Keto Snack Mix, Omega-3 Deluxe Mix, Probiotic Apricots, and Cranberry Health Mix, to name a few. Nature’s Garden’s R&D team works weekly to create new and innovative products.
Hemco (Independence, Mo.) has introduced a new enclosure for packaging/handling powders. Enclosures are designed to isolate powder handling, sample weighing, high throughput screening, and other lab automated processes. Enclosures can feature HEPA filtered exhaust or HEPA filtered systems to protect users or products depending on the process. Available in unitized or modular models, EnviroMax enclosures are offered in standard sizes or can be built to meet your exact size and design specification. Horizontal slide, vertical moving, or hinged sash access and work surface, table/cabinets, electrical, plumbing and ventilation systems are options. HEMCO offers a wide selection of standard sizes in vented or HEPA filtered models.
The packaging forms part of a wider visual identity created for local confectionary business CF18 Chocolatier, which has been shortlisted for this year's Dezeen Award in the graphic design category.
In a bid to cut out the plastic that is normally contained within chocolate packaging, the design makes use of recycled cardboard trays and inlays made from a type of mouldable paper called FibreForm.
Thanks to its cellulose fibres, which are longer than those of standard paper, the malleable material can be shaped using a special deep debossing machine to create the cavernous, circular indentations, which secure the hemispherical chocolate pieces in place.
According to a life cycle analysis by the Research Institutes of Sweden, the process of creating the material emits up to 71 per cent less carbon than a comparable plastic tray.
"Since plastic is a default solution for many industries, we felt this project was perfect for experimenting with an alternative material due to the artisanal scale and distribution of CF 18 chocolates," OlssønBarbieri's managing director Henrik Olssøn told Dezeen.
"We think this material and its properties could rival plastic also on a larger, more commercial scale, where there is room to invest in a more advanced moulding tool."
In order to keep production costs down, the paper liner is manufactured as a standard module that holds 12 pieces of chocolate.
This can be split in half along a perforated line to fit inside a box of six or doubled up to fit the 24-pack.
The boxes are housed inside an all-white sleeve also made from FibreForm, which needs to be torn open in order to access the sweets within.
Through this kind of performative ritual, the design hopes to encourage a more conscious, considered relationship with an ephemeral object like packaging.
Inspired by the fact that CF18 Chocolatier's founder used to work in engineering, and the fact that many of his early chocolate designs resembled stones, OlssønBarbieri created a visual identity heavily informed by the sciences.
The company's oval brand mark, which is embossed on the sleeve and into each of the circular indents, features a hammer and a spatula.
"The hammer belongs mostly to geology but is also used to break the chocolate," said Olssøn.
"A spatula is a tool used by chocolatiers for tempering the chocolate but it also resembles a shovel."
Meanwhile the glassine – the translucent, glossy paper that lies on top of the chocolate – is emblazoned with holographic foil spelling out the periodic table.
OlssønBarbieri was also involved in the design of the actual chocolate, with each flavour featuring distinct patterns and colours that imitate real stones or minerals found in Norway.
SOAPBOTTLE is a packaging for personal care and hygiene products made from soap. Once the liquid content is finished, the empty container can be used as hand soap and “washes away” over time. The soap is made from natural and biodegradable ingredients; Waste can be completely avoided.
This innovation rethinks everyday items and takes your experience with personal care to a new, enjoyable and meaningful level – without compromising sustainability.
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