Future Links CW 11: Packaging Edition
In this week’s future links you get to know the current news in the packaging production sector. This time they revolve around the launch of Kite Packaging’s new high quality paper dispensing system, the latest packaging solutions shown by Sealpack, the cooperation of Mercury Packaging and CPS Flexible and tips on how to design easy to handle packaging.
Kite Packaging Launches New High Quality Paper Dispensing System
Recently, Kite Packaging has introduced a new paper dispensing system to increase its protective paper void fill range. Providing speed and efficiency as key benefits, the company’s SpeedMan Classic is an ideal machine for low to medium volume packing departments. The handling of this system is easy and it offers a cost-efficient, environmentally friendly packaging option. There are two ways to mount the SpeedMan Classic, making it easily transferable and highly mobile.
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Sealpac Shows Latest Packaging Solutions at interpack 2017
Sealpac is going to attend interpack 2017. On the occasion of this show for the packaging industry also staged by Messe Düsseldorf, the packaging specialist will this time also be represented at Innovationparc Packaging revolving around the initiative SAVE FOOD. There, visitors will see a recloseable pack for fruits and vegetables that also have an extended shelf life due to perforation of the top film. In total, Sealpac’s TraySkin system, offers more freshness, improved quality and prolonged shelf life benefitting products packaged under vacuum.
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Mercury Packaging and CPS Flexible to Form a Major Flexible Packaging Company
Mercury Packaging and CPS Flexible have announced to join forces. Aiming to form a major flexible packaging company to increase capacity and boost production efficiencies, they intend to run existing state-of-the-art production facilities located in Nottingham and Leicester. Among the high performance production equipment, the merged company is going to offer, are six extruders, three print presses, a range of converting machines, lamination and in-house design capabilities.
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Oracle Packaging Expands Winston-Salem Facility with New Extrusion Line
Oracle Packaging has added a new extrusion line to its manufacturing facility in North Carolina to double its extrusion capacity. Based in Winston-Salom, the company’s 450,000 square-foot plant has experienced a boost in production due to rising demand from the health care and consumer lidding sectors. With the premium equipment Oracle extends its portfolio of extrusion technology.
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How to Design Easy to Handle Packaging
Everyone knows the struggle with packaging materials. When packaging is hard to open, consumers might transfer that negative experience to the product inside. By evaluating human factors for a package’s design brands can create unique user experiences producing positive emotional responses in consumers. Brand Packaging gathered five tips to create a frustration-free packaging for products.
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