• BottleClips

    In a simple move, these unique bottles get interlocked to be­come a one and unique packaging. BottleClips® bottles are patended worldwide! Less bulky, your drinks can now follow you in your daily activities and can be separated to drink or to share your favorite beverages. ​ You want to market your products differently? BottleClips® opens new marketing perspectives. More than a new design, your customers will appreciate the many practical aspects of it. ​BottleClips Innovative and very distinctive, BottleClips® will provide you a great modularity to promote your range of products.

  • Nor®Cell flexible packaging

    The highlight of the Nor®Cell technology is that the weight of flexible packaging is greatly reduced using a physical, controlled foaming process without reducing the film thickness. This "lightweight construction film" weighs up to 40 percent less than conventional film. The material is therefore intelligently and efficiently used. Surface structures with unique haptics of the film can be achieved through the patented foaming technology. At the same time, packaging made with Nor®Cell is characterized by a high puncture resistance, excellent sealing ability and great print-ability.

  • Innovative 3D In-mold technology

    3D IML combines MuCell technology with IML label technology to offer a unique visual appearance and soft touch effect to packages, Providing differentiation without changing the container shape. Multi-Sensory Experience The 3D in-mold label is processed with an injection-molded tub made of expanded polypropylene to incorporate selective masking, creating areas without adhesion. The MuCell process controls the introduction of nitrogen into the polymer. Where there is adhesion between the label and the polymer, the nitrogen migrates through both structures.

  • Edible packaging coating by NABI India

    This packaging based on polysaccharides from wheat straw and oat bran helps prevents spoilage problems of highly perishable produce before reaching the consumer . This formulation of various concentrations was coated on fresh produce to determine efficacy for post-harvest shelf life improvement. The coating is cost effective compared to wax coating. The tests were carried out on apples, peaches, bananas. Overall results showed that this coating has the potential to be an alternative to animal derived shellac coating in India to improve shelf life of fresh produce.

  • Cicular Packaging Design Principles by DS Smith

    The Principles have been developed in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and have been created to help support companies design reuse and recyclability into their packaging. DS Smith’s five Circular Design Principles are: * We protect brands and products – Designers must always ensure that packaging successfully protects its product. Damaged products from poor packaging have an economic and environmental impact *We use no more materials than necessary - Optimised use of packaging materials saves resources and reduces waste *We design for supply cycle efficiency – Our designers drive efficiency by changing the layout of products within boxes for stacking in delivery vehicles *We keep packaging materials in use – We eliminate waste by keeping packaging products in use for as long as possible. We can ‘close the loop’ for customers in 14 days by recycling packaging into new products *We find a better way – We empower our designers to challenge the status quo and support customers in the drive for a circular economy

  • Plastic packaging still confronting sustainability challenges

    The coronavirus has only helped to underscore the importance of plastic packaging when it comes to keeping food contamination-free and to preserving its freshness and usability for longer. This is particularly vital now, given how millions of people worldwide are sheltering in place, and doing their best to make their provisions stretch.