Categorypackaging production

Ink Marks Food as High-Pressure Processed

In times of growing health awareness, the role of food safety is increasing as well. Chemical preservatives to extend the life cycle of food are being avoided – at least lots of people try to. Because: How can you know for sure that the vegetables on your plate haven’t been treated? That’s where a newly developed ink will bring clarification.

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More Than a Hang-Tag: New Level of Point of Sale Engagement

If you ask for the most important goal in marketing, consumer engagement will definitely make it into the top ten. Respectively, smart devices for unique and personal shopping experiences are evolving at high-speed. The hang-tag, a packaging-classic, which will now be reinvented to provide an intelligent solution to consumer brand companies looking for an attention-capturing tool of the next level.

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NPES and VDMA Packaging Study

Innovative technologies and materials are creating new possibilities for the print packaging industry and resulting in the continuous development of this sector. To find out how our industry is going to evolve within the next years and to identify the upcoming key-trends on the global print packaging market, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), in partnership with NPES – The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies and the VDMA, the Mechanical Engineering Industry Association of Germany has conducted a joint comprehensive study.

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Stamping Nanomaterial onto Flexible Surfaces

Nanotube Stamping Method

How do you know if the coffee in your to go mug is ready to drink without trying and maybe burning your lips? Do you have an idea if you can still eat the meat in your fridge even if the expiration date is already exceeded? Actual there is no practicable answer but nanotubes stamps could bring the solution! Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a stamping process that involves carbon nanotubes which might cost-effectively print electronic ink onto almost any surface – whether rigid or flexible.

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