P&G’s Lenor, Unstoppables and Fairy brands will become the first commercial implementations of HolyGrail intelligent packaging in Europe. HolyGrail digital watermarks are imperceptible to the human eye but can be detected by optical scanners at MRFs.
2019 seemed to be the year of refining. Be it ecommerce campaigns, seasonal packaging or moving into a new sector, consumer packaged goods companies, manufacturers and designers worked with what they had and made it better.
Does your package have what it takes to earn a Packaging Innovation Award? Dow is pleased to announce that once again the search for the world’s most innovative packages is on. This is the third year Dow is the title sponsor and will be assembling an international panel of independent judges from a range of industries.
Aptar Beauty + Home, a leader in dispensing and packaging solutions for the consumer packaged goods industry, is converting its locally produced stock black closure portfolio to post-consumer recycled resin (PCR).
In the next year, the consumer packaged goods (CPG) landscape will drastically change as brands evolve their strategies around digital channels, sustainability, collaboration and loyalty. Cutting across each of these initiatives is a need to innovate smarter and faster.
Genstar Capital, a private equity firm focused on investments in targeted segments of the industrial technology, healthcare, financial services and software industries, has announced the sale of Pretium Packaging to Clearlake Capital Group, L.P.
The 10 finalists for the international packaging design competition focus on creative alternatives to plastic packaging. Organized by Metsä Board, the competition was created to find new, environmentally friendly solutions for some of the world’s most frequently used consumer packages.
This is P&G's first new form of dish detergent since Dawn soap in a bottle was released nearly 50 years ago. The new formula comes in a spray bottle and doesn't require water to activate cleaning suds.
The special wash-off adhesive for labels 62Rpw, which HERMA will be introducing, will allow recycling operators to produce high-purity PET pellets that do not contain any detrimental residues – no remains of paper or film labels, and no residual adhesive.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies you will find “The Latest Packaging Innovations Changing the Rules,” “The Future of Cannabis Packaging” and “OEE and a Multi-Metric Approach,” along with articles on beauty and alcohol social media influencers, batch vs. continuous and aseptic sterilization, challenger brands bridging ecommerce and retail, and a popular Michigan brewing company who has what it takes to tap into the community.