Baby Boomers living longer than previous generations, coupled with the increase in healthcare options and affordability in emerging economies around the world, are contributing to the increasing demand for disposable instruments in the healthcare industry.
What product innovation and differentiation really mean to producers now and in the future.
September 18, 2018
In developed and maturing markets, food and beverage manufacturers are struggling with slowing growth and are therefore, seeking new growth opportunities. The challenge is establishing the right consumer space to identify the right customers and create the right kind of products.
GE Digital and SIG are in a strategic partnership to power digital innovation in food and beverage packaging. SIG will deploy GE Digital’s Predix Asset Performance Management and Predix ServiceMax industrial applications across more than 400 customer factories worldwide.
Dairies and cheesemakers often choose rigid containers to set products apart from the competition and meet sustainability targets. And new rigid container offerings can help dairy processors enhance shelf impact, sustainability and convenience.
CSP Technologies, Inc. has partnered with aseptic sampling specialist QualiTru Sampling Systems to develop TruDraw, a single-use aseptic sampling system for sampling of liquid dairy products. The product virtually eliminates the risk of external exposure, ensuring sampling accuracy.
NJM, a ProMach product brand, introduces the Dara SX-310-RDL aseptic filling and closing machine for sterilized vials with RayDyLyo caps. This system eliminates the crimping required with traditional aluminum closures to simplify the packaging operation and speed throughput, while offering fast and easy changeovers and new container size set-ups.
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America will showcase a flexible packaging technology keeps foods fresher and enhances the consumer appeal of popular brands while minimizing food waste and costs. The solution will be on display at PACK EXPO Las Vegas.
The July issue of Packaging Strategies highlights active packaging benefits; the private label boom post-COVID, staying competitive with X-ray machinery, a new OpX column, how factory of the future solutions unlock equipment efficiencies, expanding business with new product development and a household care company who believes it’s humor and sustainability that make the brand.