If you want to grab lion’s share from the market of custom boxes then you should ensure efficient management of your inventory, ensure real time management and also try to simplify your business processes. Complete automation of business is also necessary.
Reply to: Custom Packaging and Christmas Shopping Festival
With these special boxes, you will find it easier to arrange products for transportation and storage. Custom boxes are not only great for storage, but they also make it easier to load and unload goods. In other words, it can help simplify the distribution and inventory management for you and your staff.
Reply to: Ban On Plastic Laminates For Packaging In India: MOEF Draft Notification-Plastic( Manufacturer,Usage And Waste Management) Rules,2009
There is a notification by Government of India to ban many plastic laminates which looks like that a decision without really thinking about solutions. unfortunately there is hardly any reaction seen by the media in India or by packaging suppliers. Only few companies like GSK, Reliance, Dabur India have reacked, may be there are more but not known to us. Here is the summary of proposed notification and we look forward to your comments on this.
This is the notification given by Ministry Of Environment and Forests Dated-17,Sep 2009. Draft contains the rules for plastic (Manufacturer,Usage And Waste Management). This notification mainly covers the draft rules for monolayer bags/pouches, multilayer laminates and plastic containers. The main rule (Rule 5) in the Notification is: - A. Carry bags and conatiners made of virgin plastic shall be in natural shade
B. No person shall use bags or containers made of recycled plastics or biodegradable plastic for storing, carrying, dispensing or packaging of food stuffs
C. Carry bags and containers made of recycled or biodegradable plastics and used for purpose of other than storing and packaging foodstuffs shall be manufactured using pigments and colorants as per the Bureau of Indian Standards specifications:IS 9833:1981 entitled "List of pigments and colourants for use in plastics in contact with foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals and drinking water".
D. No person shall manufacture, stock, distribute or sell carry bags made of virgin or recycled plastics or bio-degradable plastics, which are less than 12x18 inches (30x45 cms) in size and less than 40 microns in thickness.
E. No person shall manufacture carry bags or containers or pouches multilayered packaging from biodegradable plastics unless these meet the Bureau of Indian Standards specifications:IS/ISO 17088:2008 entitled "Specifications for compostable plastics".
F. No person shall manufacture, stock, distribute or sell non-recyclable laminated plastic or metallic pouches, multilayered packaging's and other non-recyclable plastics. Please find the below link of the complete draft notification from the ministry.
This concern has also been posted by Mr Amninder Singh : Associate Research & Technology at www.packagingconnections.com at P-Exchnage, you can visit P-Exchnage at http://www.packagingconnections.com/p-exchange/moef-draft-notification-plastic-manufacturerusage-and-waste-management-rules2009.htm
We look forward to your comments, ideas to address it and recommend innovative solutions.
Sad that the Law is not enforced. It will take atleast a 100 years to clean up our Water bodies and environment of all Plastic. Plastic is more a bane than noon and the sooner we are rid of it, the better
Reply to: New RFID Labels for Pharmaceutical Products and Medical Devices
Schreiner MediPharm and PragmatIC Announce Strategic Partnership for Smart Pharma Labels
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Reply to: New Alu Alu blister film by Uflex
A polyester film by Uflex that can replace the top and bottom substrates of the conventional cold formed Alu–Alu laminate in blister packaging.
I want to make pharma packaging