Elephant, a leading design agency, has won the coveted A’ Design Award – Silver in the ‘Packaging Design category’ for their packaging for Himalaya Sheet Masks. The new product has been launched in markets across the globe including the Middle East, Southeast Asia as well as Europe.
German-based manufacturer presents new developments for efficient finishing and short-run folding carton productionGerman-based manufacturer presents new developments for efficient finishing and short-run folding carton production
Dresden, June 3rd 2021 - More automation, simple operation and fast changeover: The German based machine manufacturer KAMA introduces a whole range of developments for print converting, embellishment and short-run folding carton production.
Packaging and Labeling Innovation E-Conference 2021 is the perfect platform for solution providers and other industry professionals to share and exchange their experiences on all aspects of Smart Packaging and other issues that are rarely addressed. This PLIP 2021 Conference will dive deep inside the workings of New strategies, practical challenges, most recent innovations, and solutions adopted in the fields of Sustainable, Green packaging, and the Internet of things of the Packaging Industry. At this E-Conference all the stakeholders will get an opportunity to interact with Packaging Heads, Buyers, Category Heads, Procurement Directors, Purchasing & Outsourcing Managers, Labeling Head, Directors, and Managers globally.
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Marchesini Group takes part in Achema Pulse, the digital event that provides a foretaste of 2022’s international show
Pianoro (Bologna) – In the run-up to the next edition of Achema (4-8 April 2022), the industry’s first big international event after the stop imposed by the pandemic, the German show’s organisers have launched the Achema Pulse digital portal. The platform will be online throughout the month of June, with two red-letter dates, the Live Days on 15 and 16 June, when industry players will present the new process and packaging trends.
Olmuksan is a leading and well-established corrugated packaging player in Turkey, listed on the Istanbul stock exchange. Its network of five plants provides a diverse customer base with high-quality sustainable packaging for food, beverage, agriculture and industrial applications.
We are delighted to have completed this acquisition, which significantly strengthens our position in the fast-growing Turkish corrugated market and expands our offering to existing and new customers in the region. We look forward to welcoming the Olmuksan team to Mondi.
Andrew King, Group Chief Executive Officer of Mondi
Mondi will now launch a mandatory tender offer to acquire the remaining 9.62% of outstanding shares in the company that it does not already own.
Mondi is a global leader in packaging and paper, contributing to a better world by making innovative packaging and paper solutions that are sustainable by design. Our business is integrated across the value chain – from managing forests and producing pulp, paper and plastic films, to developing and manufacturing effective industrial and consumer packaging solutions. Sustainability is at the centre of our strategy and intrinsic in the way we do business. We lead the industry with our customer-centric approach, EcoSolutions, where we ask the right questions to find the most sustainable solution. In 2020, Mondi had revenues of €6.66 billion and underlying EBITDA of €1.35 billion.
Mondi has a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange (MNDI), and a secondary listing on the JSE Limited (MNP). Mondi is a FTSE 100 constituent, and has been included in the FTSE4Good Index Series since 2008 and the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Index Series since 2007.
Tray sealing specialist Proseal says it is perfectly positioned to help food producers explore options for alternative packaging materials. The company has worked closely with both tray and film suppliers to stay ahead of the demand from retailers and consumers for environmentally friendly solutions and has a proven track record with many alternative formats now available in the market following the work Proseal has done.
Enger, 25 May 2021 - There is a new trend in the packaging of fruit and vegetables: Single-origin recyclable packs made of pa-perboard or cardboard are gradually replacing the typical plastic trays, which usually have an additional pillow pack, or are wrapped in stretch film or netting. MULTIVAC's full wrap labelling offers a sustainable and high-quality solution for plastic-free packaging concepts. It requires just one wraparound label to se-curely seal the packs and also provide the product presentation at the same time.
A cross web labelling machine is a popular choice for those who need high-speed, high accuracy labelling on thermoformed packaging. These types of labelling machines allow businesses to precisely apply labels on either the top or the bottom of thermoformed packages. Cross web labellers can work with many different kinds of labels, depending on your requirements, so you can choose a material and format that works for you. These machines can work with the HMI of the thermoforming packaging machinery for a full-service system, or can be mounted onto any type of thermoformer. Cross web advanced labelling machines meet all the requirements of the medical sector and the food industry, making them a popular choice for these businesses.
Types Of Cross Web Labelling Machines
There are various types of cross web labelling machines designed to suit a wide range of requirements. Whether you need labels for marketing purposes or for vital information such as date coding, bar codes or product information, a cross web labelling machine can help. Here are some of the most popular types of cross web labelling machinery:
- KOCH Cross Web Labeller: This advanced labelling system offers 24 labelling programmes, dispensing speeds of up to 60 meters per minute, and +/- 0.5mm label printing accuracy. The KOCH Cross Web Labeller is perfect for labelling large runs or food or pharmaceutical products and can include added options such as empty pocket detection to eliminate the labelling of empty packages.
- Matrix Cross Web Bottom Package Labeller: Specifically designed to mount onto any thermoformer packaging machine, this labeller automatically applies labels onto the bottom of the package after sealing. Using pressure sensitive labels, this machine can conform to almost any product contours and has been designed especially for wash down environments.
- Matrix Cross Web Film Labeller: This labelling machine can be installed onto most fill / seal / roll stock machines and is perfect for applications where there is no space available after the sealing station. The Patented Open IP65 design allows water to drain away, and the labelling machine has been constructed from corrosion resistant materials.
- Matrix Cross Web Top Package Labeller: Similarly to the Cross Web Bottom Package Labeller, this machine is designed to mount packaging machinery. The key difference is that this labelling machine will apply pressure sensitive labels to the bottom of a package after sealing.
Benefits Of Cross Web Labelling Machines
Many businesses and industries choose cross web labelling machines because of the many benefits they can bring. These advanced labelling systems are:
- Easily integrated or mounted to existing packaging machinery.
- Very hygienic, simple to clean and have water resistant design.
- Quick to print labels on all types of packaging, and quick-release clamps allow fast roll changes.
- Perfectly precise with label positioning and accuracy.
- Super robust and durable with minimal maintenance and down time.
For more information on cross web labelling machines, and to determine the best options for your business, contact our team. At Atwell Labellers, we are specialists in all kinds of labelling machinery and can offer advice and guidance for your unique business.
There’s a good chance that at least one in your life, you’ll have been eating a bag of crisps or something similar and noticed that there are a load of mysterious coloured circles on the packaging.
Look – we grabbed a packet of Walkers crisps to double check, and there they are!
But what are they for? Is it a secret message from another life form? Are aliens trying to make contact with us using a series of brightly coloured dots? Should we be worried? Well, according to one TikTok user, these have absolutely nothing to do with aliens, so you can relax.
Sonya Gonzalez Mier works in food marketing, and has taken to TikTok to explain once and for all what the meaning behind the circles is, and it’s all to do with the colour of the packaging.
She starts the video by saying, “I work in food marketing, and we have these colour patches on all our packaging.
“No, they're not barcodes, no they're not a mysterious sign.
“They are colour control patches, which we need because the colours that you see on the packaging are not actually the colours that we're printing. Let me explain... to choose the colours that you see on the packaging, we actually layer colours and the colour patches are the colours we are layering on top of each other to achieve the colours you see.
“To make sure the colours are correct, we look at the colour control patches and if they're slightly off, we know that the whole packaging will be off.”
So there you have it – another mystery solved!
AV Print Inspector offers whole-label inspection, including image matching, code reading and color detection, at speeds up to 75 meters/minute.