• Stella

    FEATURES & BENEFITS: Affordable offer with small dosages. Fast and affordable customization around the platform pump/barrel. Options : Metal Free Product Pathway, PP clear to enhance your formula.

    PACKAGE VOLUME: 30 ml

    DOSAGE: 150 mcl, 200 mcl, and 240 mcl

    BENEFITS OF AIRLESS: Excellent formula protection for sensitive formulas. Ideal for dispensing very high viscosity formulations. 360° dispensing. Excellent product evacuation. Broad range of decorating options.

    APPLICATION FIELDS: Facial Skin Care › Airless Packaging. Make Up › Airless Packaging.

  • Super Titanium by Essel Propack

    A key challenge with material source reduction is that it at times can lead to compromises with respect to packaging functionality. Developed with Essel’s family of next-generation polymers, the Super Titanium range of tubes addresses this by keeping input materials at a bare minimum without losing any of the key characteristic functional properties needed by clients. As such, Super Titanium tubes help in reducing the product’s carbon footprint, making it an eco-friendly choice when it comes to sustainable packaging. Super Titanium tubes also provide greater product stability, exhibit extended shelf-life properties and possess a rich exterior look and feel. It is especially well-suited for oral care, toiletries, and food products.

  • CHILD FRIENDLY POUCH SPOUTS AND CLOSURES

    Aptar's line-up of innovative child-friendly prototype and stock designs make it easy and safe for toddlers to enjoy their favorite purée, apple sauce, pudding, yogurt and beverages.

    1) Unique, child-friendly design

    2) Convenient for on-the-go

    3) Option to merchandise on shelf or hooks

    4) Visual tamper evidence

    5) SimpliSqueeze® valve capable

    APPLICATION FIELDS:

    1) Baby Food

    2) Bottled Water

    3) Dairy

    4) Drinkable Dairy

    5) Juices

    6) Other Beverage

    7) Sports & Energy Drinks

  • Patient Safety

    Prevention of Needlestick Injuries:

    Needlestick injuries after injections pose a high risk of infection to healthcare personnel. In many cases, this could be avoided by using modern safety systems. Increasingly strict regulations for occupational safety in various countries require employers in the healthcare sector to protect their staff against needlestick injuries. Schreiner MediPharm offers a cost-efficient and reliable solution for needle protection.

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  • Karma and Aptar Collaborate on Push Cap Technology for the Personalized, Fortified Nutrition Market

    Made of recyclable and FDA compliant materials, the Karma Push Cap is a delivery system that facilitates portion control and the ability to separate ingredients that are otherwise not shelf-stable. The closure solution includes a delivery system that can infuse either powdered or liquid ingredients into almost any substance. The Karma Push Cap was first introduced in 2011 as the breakthrough component of Karma Wellness Water, a natural and nutrient-enhanced beverage promoting wellness by delivering fresh, undiluted vitamins at the time of consumption.

    Jean-Marc Philbois, Aptar’s Global Market Development President for Beverage, stated, “Karma fits well within Aptar’s mission of delivering value-added solutions that improve consumers’ lives worldwide. This design has potential to be a breakthrough package platform and answer market needs for all-natural, preservative-free, and stay-fresh products. Today, Aptar supplies innovative dispensing solutions for the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care, beauty and home care markets. We have the ability to bring this innovation to these markets and in turn, help our customers differentiate their brands.”

    Karma’s founder CJ Rapp offers, “The Karma Push Cap initiative is global in scope, and large in scale, which is why we look forward to working with Aptar. They are a market leader with a global sales organization and distribution network. Aptar has a strong track record of introducing new technologies into the market with leading brands around the world.”

    The impact of the Karma Push Cap has the potential to reach beyond mainstream beverages and cross into diverse industries such as dietary supplement, pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural and chemical. The possibilities for the Karma Push Cap go far beyond conventional closure technology. This patented cap technology is sophisticated, simple, and streamlined.

    For more information about Karma Push Cap, visit www.KarmaCapCo.com or email info.fb@aptar.com.

  • Laminates by Essel

    Customized Specialty Laminates:

    Essel's facilities in China and India work proficiently with their Creativity and Innovation teams customizing specialty laminates. Essel offers new web structures for aggressive products or simply provide a distinct visual element to the material. The R&D and graphics facilities are made available to all its customers for development and testing requirements. The modern R&D unit uses the most sophisticated equipment for testing and new product development. From aluminum barrier laminates to custom coloured plastic laminates, the variety of Essel web structures offers something special for every unique product.

    Aluminum Barrier Laminates (ABL):

    ABL tubes have an aluminum foil barrier, which provides superior light, air and moisture barrier along with reduced flavor absorption. The material density offers a more durable tube and allows for additional dispensing of the products contents. Pastes, ointments, creams and gels that typically dentifrice as well as over-the-counter and pharmaceutical products fare well in ABL tube packaging.

    Plastic Barrier Laminates (PBL):

    PBL structures are a good option for packaging that needs to maintain its form and shape. It presents a more cosmetic look and is environmentally friendly. Special barriers can be provided such as EVOH (Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Polymer) to offer strong chemical resistance. Standard material is offered in white or natural (clear) but specialty custom colours can also be developed.

    Speciality & Custom Materials:

    A metallic, iridescent, holographic, soft touch or custom coloured material is sure to capture the customer’s attention by adding to the look and feel of a product. For aggressive or hard-to-hold formulations, Essel can customize relevant materials to suit any kind of need. Essel offers different barrier strengths and thicknesses in web stock to comply with various requirements (5 Layer Laminate Structures, Barrier Layer -either Aluminum foil or EVOH for Plastic laminate, Copolymer / Tie layer and Polyethylene)

  • PLASTIWORLD INDIA: Global Plastics Packaging Virtual Expo & B2B Event

    Plastiworld is the most influential international plastic exhibition in India. PLASTIWORLD INDIA is India's first Virtual Plastic Packaging Exhibition organized by The All India Plastics Manufacturers' Association & supported by the Government of India. This exhibition is a valuable and excellent opportunity for companies to connect and source new plastic packaging, buyers, suppliers and business partners across the globe. The material of choice in packaging is PLASTICS! for the sectors such as FMCG, Food & Beverages, Pharmaceuticals, Gifting, Agriculture, Industrial, Infrastructure and now E-commerce. The packaging industry in India is predicted to grow at 18% annually, with flexible packaging growing at 25% and rigid packaging at 15%. According to the Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP), the packaging consumption in India has increased by 200% in the past decade, rising from 4.3 kg per person per annum (pppa) to 8.6 kg pppa.

    Highlights

    Better Interaction with your Target Audience and Live Lead Generation

    Connect with Potential Buyers

    Improved Conversion rate, zero cost set up and running costs

    Unlimited Opportunities to connect and share product knowledge

    Connect and source new plastic packaging, buyers, suppliers and business partners across the globe.

  • Edible Rings On Beer Packs

    Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach, Florida, has created edible six-pack rings that feed, rather than kill, marine life if the rings end up in the ocean and an animal happens to eat it. The rings are created from beer by-products during the brewing process such as barley and wheat and are completely safe for humans and fish to eat.

  • Give Consumers a Convenient and Hygienic Application with the Latest 33-400 Directional Snap Top

    With a stay clean lid that opens wide, consumers will not have to worry about the lid interfering or getting messy while dispensing the product. The closure has an elongated spout to direct product flow and provide a clean product cut off with every use, delivering the ultimate in dispensing convenience.

  • FMD security scanning measures reveal fake cancer drugs in Holland

    The four vials were intercepted before they could be distributed to pharmacies or patients.

    In the announcement the IGJ stated: It is not clear whether it was only a different package or actually counterfeit medicines. That investigation is still ongoing. The inspectorate, in any case, regards the medicines in question as falsified, because they have been out of the legal chain and therefore out of sight of our supervision. The inspectorate does not know under what conditions they were transported, what happened to them when they were in the hands of the counterfeiters, and what impact that might have had on the effect of the medicines. As a result, we can no longer guarantee the safety of the medicines and they can no longer be used.

    The FMD Regulation obliges the application, registration and de-registration of a unique serial number on this category of drug packages. In addition, the Regulation obliges the affixing and checking of a seal on medicinal packaging. The unique serial numbers are recorded in national databases.

    Producers of prescription medicines are using a modern 2D barcode for the unique serial numbers, which replaces the old-fashioned barcode: the data matrix. In addition to the serial number, the data matrix also contains information about the product code, batch number, expiration date and, if necessary, the national reimbursement number. When the manufacturer has sealed the boxes and provided them with the data matrix with serial number,it must place the numbers in the central database of the Member State where the boxes are destined.

    It can happen that a batch of medicines goes to another country. If the target market of a drug changes, the batch’s serial number is sent via a central European node or hub to the central system of the correct country.

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