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Using inkjet printers to add variable information to shipping cases, is increasing in popularity. Using this technique can dramatically reduce the number of pre-printed items that need to be managed and fit into company efforts to increase digitalization and move to a lean workflow.

Here at ID Technology, we have a lot of experience when it comes to installing inkjet systems for printing barcodes, text and graphics onto corrugated cases. We are a founding distributor of the FoxJet ProSeries system and have won the prestigious Regency Award for top FoxJet distributor for 14 consecutive years.

If there is one thing we’ve learned over this time, it’s that having good product handling is as important as having good printing equipment for getting the high-quality, compliant GS1 barcodes that customers demand. If the boxes are not presented consistently and accurately to the printheads, this will show in poor print quality and in particular will not allow high-quality barcodes to be printed.

To help educate users on best practices for product handling, our friends at FoxJet recently produced a detailed whitepaper on this topic that goes over many of the issues that are important to ensure great quality printing every time.

FoxJet ProSeries Printers

The whitepaper the transition from the case taper or sealer to the conveyor where the barcode printers are installed as being an area of crucial importance. Because space is often limited on packaging lines, the printheads often have to be installed very close to the exit of the case sealer. Some important factors are:

Carton Control – Proximity to the Printhead

It is important that after leaving the case sealer, the boxes are correctly presented the correct distance from the printheads. The drops of ink that are fired from the printheads can only travel a short distance while maintaining accuracy. If the box is too far away, print quality will decline and if so close it hits the printhead, damage might occur.

Be sure to control the boxes gently so that the boxes are undamaged as they pass through your packaging processes.

It’s best to use guide rails to accurately control the position of the box and even better use in conjunction with FoxJet’s retracting printhead brackets. This bracket uses a roller allow the printhead to be the correct distance from the box every time.

Product/Conveyor Speed

Ensure that boxes leaving your case sealer are traveling at a speed that is within the limits of your inkjet printer. Our FoxJet ProSeries printheads are able to print high-quality text, barcodes and images at up to 300ft per minute, which is enough for all but the fastest production lines.

Angel Hair

No, we are not talking pasta here! Some case sealing machines use hot melt adhesive to hold the flaps on the boxes closed. At times the adhesive applicators can leave a stringy residue behind that can get stuck to the printheads and block the tiny nozzles. Dust from the corrugated boxes can be bad too – be sure to regularly clean your packaging equipment and the printheads.

Vibrations

Good quality printing depends on the boxes being transferred smoothly past the printheads. Make sure your conveyor belt runs smoothly and that you are not dropping boxes onto the conveyor where the printheads are mounted. We’ve seen this happen and the results are not always pretty!

Best Practice of All

The best way to get the best labeling or coding for your shipping cases is to connect with your local ID Technology representative. With many years of experience, combined with the case packing, sealing and product handling of ProMach, we are able to help you determine the best solution for all your case coding or labeling needs.

How can ID Technology and ProMach help you meet your objectives for your packaging barcode and coding operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Using inkjet printers to add variable information to shipping cases, is increasing in popularity. Using this technique can dramatically reduce the number of pre-printed items that need to be managed and fit into company efforts to increase digitalization and move to a lean workflow.

Here at ID Technology, we have a lot of experience when it comes to installing inkjet systems for printing barcodes, text and graphics onto corrugated cases. We are a founding distributor of the FoxJet ProSeries system and have won the prestigious Regency Award for top FoxJet distributor for 14 consecutive years.

If there is one thing we’ve learned over this time, it’s that having good product handling is as important as having good printing equipment for getting the high-quality, compliant GS1 barcodes that customers demand. If the boxes are not presented consistently and accurately to the printheads, this will show in poor print quality and in particular will not allow high-quality barcodes to be printed.

To help educate users on best practices for product handling, our friends at FoxJet recently produced a detailed whitepaper on this topic that goes over many of the issues that are important to ensure great quality printing every time.

FoxJet ProSeries Printers

The whitepaper the transition from the case taper or sealer to the conveyor where the barcode printers are installed as being an area of crucial importance. Because space is often limited on packaging lines, the printheads often have to be installed very close to the exit of the case sealer. Some important factors are:

Carton Control – Proximity to the Printhead

It is important that after leaving the case sealer, the boxes are correctly presented the correct distance from the printheads. The drops of ink that are fired from the printheads can only travel a short distance while maintaining accuracy. If the box is too far away, print quality will decline and if so close it hits the printhead, damage might occur.

Be sure to control the boxes gently so that the boxes are undamaged as they pass through your packaging processes.

It’s best to use guide rails to accurately control the position of the box and even better use in conjunction with FoxJet’s retracting printhead brackets. This bracket uses a roller allow the printhead to be the correct distance from the box every time.

Product/Conveyor Speed

Ensure that boxes leaving your case sealer are traveling at a speed that is within the limits of your inkjet printer. Our FoxJet ProSeries printheads are able to print high-quality text, barcodes and images at up to 300ft per minute, which is enough for all but the fastest production lines.

Angel Hair

No, we are not talking pasta here! Some case sealing machines use hot melt adhesive to hold the flaps on the boxes closed. At times the adhesive applicators can leave a stringy residue behind that can get stuck to the printheads and block the tiny nozzles. Dust from the corrugated boxes can be bad too – be sure to regularly clean your packaging equipment and the printheads.

Vibrations

Good quality printing depends on the boxes being transferred smoothly past the printheads. Make sure your conveyor belt runs smoothly and that you are not dropping boxes onto the conveyor where the printheads are mounted. We’ve seen this happen and the results are not always pretty!

Best Practice of All

The best way to get the best labeling or coding for your shipping cases is to connect with your local ID Technology representative. With many years of experience, combined with the case packing, sealing and product handling of ProMach, we are able to help you determine the best solution for all your case coding or labeling needs.

How can ID Technology and ProMach help you meet your objectives for your packaging barcode and coding operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping CasesUsing inkjet printers to add variable information to shipping cases, is increasing in popularity. Using this technique can dramatically reduce the number of pre-printed items that need to be managed and fit into company efforts to increase digitalization and move to a lean workflow.

Here at ID Technology, we have a lot of experience when it comes to installing inkjet systems for printing barcodes, text and graphics onto corrugated cases. We are a founding distributor of the FoxJet ProSeries system and have won the prestigious Regency Award for top FoxJet distributor for 14 consecutive years.

If there is one thing we’ve learned over this time, it’s that having good product handling is as important as having good printing equipment for getting the high-quality, compliant GS1 barcodes that customers demand. If the boxes are not presented consistently and accurately to the printheads, this will show in poor print quality and in particular will not allow high-quality barcodes to be printed.

To help educate users on best practices for product handling, our friends at FoxJet recently produced a detailed whitepaper on this topic that goes over many of the issues that are important to ensure great quality printing every time.

FoxJet ProSeries Printers

The whitepaper the transition from the case taper or sealer to the conveyor where the barcode printers are installed as being an area of crucial importance. Because space is often limited on packaging lines, the printheads often have to be installed very close to the exit of the case sealer. Some important factors are:

Carton Control – Proximity to the Printhead

It is important that after leaving the case sealer, the boxes are correctly presented the correct distance from the printheads. The drops of ink that are fired from the printheads can only travel a short distance while maintaining accuracy. If the box is too far away, print quality will decline and if so close it hits the printhead, damage might occur.

Be sure to control the boxes gently so that the boxes are undamaged as they pass through your packaging processes.

It’s best to use guide rails to accurately control the position of the box and even better use in conjunction with FoxJet’s retracting printhead brackets. This bracket uses a roller allow the printhead to be the correct distance from the box every time.

Product/Conveyor Speed

Ensure that boxes leaving your case sealer are traveling at a speed that is within the limits of your inkjet printer. Our FoxJet ProSeries printheads are able to print high-quality text, barcodes and images at up to 300ft per minute, which is enough for all but the fastest production lines.

Angel Hair

No, we are not talking pasta here! Some case sealing machines use hot melt adhesive to hold the flaps on the boxes closed. At times the adhesive applicators can leave a stringy residue behind that can get stuck to the printheads and block the tiny nozzles. Dust from the corrugated boxes can be bad too – be sure to regularly clean your packaging equipment and the printheads.

Vibrations

Good quality printing depends on the boxes being transferred smoothly past the printheads. Make sure your conveyor belt runs smoothly and that you are not dropping boxes onto the conveyor where the printheads are mounted. We’ve seen this happen and the results are not always pretty!

Best Practice of All

The best way to get the best labeling or coding for your shipping cases is to connect with your local ID Technology representative. With many years of experience, combined with the case packing, sealing and product handling of ProMach, we are able to help you determine the best solution for all your case coding or labeling needs.

How can ID Technology and ProMach help you meet your objectives for your packaging barcode and coding operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping CasesUsing inkjet printers to add variable information to shipping cases, is increasing in popularity. Using this technique can dramatically reduce the number of pre-printed items that need to be managed and fit into company efforts to increase digitalization and move to a lean workflow.

Here at ID Technology, we have a lot of experience when it comes to installing inkjet systems for printing barcodes, text and graphics onto corrugated cases. We are a founding distributor of the Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping CasesFoxJet ProSeries system and have won the prestigious Regency Award for top FoxJet distributor for 14 consecutive years.

If there is one thing we’ve learned over this time, it’s that having good product handling is as important as having good printing equipment for getting the high-quality, compliant GS1 barcodes that customers demand. If the boxes are not presented consistently and accurately to the printheads, this will show in poor print quality and in particular will not allow high-quality barcodes to be printed.

To help educate users on best practices for product handling, our friends at FoxJet recently produced a detailed whitepaper on this topic that goes over many of the issues that are important to ensure great quality printing every time.

FoxJet ProSeries Printers

The whitepaper the transition from the case taper or sealer to the conveyor where the barcode printers are installed as being an area of crucial importance. Because space is often limited on packaging lines, the printheads often have to be installed very close to the exit of the case sealer. Some important factors are:

Carton Control – Proximity to the Printhead

It is important that after leaving the case sealer, the boxes are correctly presented the correct distance from the printheads. The drops of ink that are fired from the printheads can only travel a short distance while maintaining accuracy. If the box is too far away, print quality will decline and if so close it hits the printhead, damage might occur.

Be sure to control the boxes gently so that the boxes are undamaged as they pass through your packaging processes.

It’s best to use guide rails to accurately control the position of the box and even better use in conjunction with FoxJet’s retracting printhead brackets. This bracket uses a roller allow the printhead to be the correct distance from the box every time.

Product/Conveyor Speed

Ensure that boxes leaving your case sealer are traveling at a speed that is within the limits of your inkjet printer. Our FoxJet ProSeries printheads are able to print high-quality text, barcodes and images at up to 300ft per minute, which is enough for all but the fastest production lines.

Angel Hair

No, we are not talking pasta here! Some case sealing machines use hot melt adhesive to hold the flaps on the boxes closed. At times the adhesive applicators can leave a stringy residue behind that can get stuck to the printheads and block the tiny nozzles. Dust from the corrugated boxes can be bad too – be sure to regularly clean your packaging equipment and the printheads.

Vibrations

Good quality printing depends on the boxes being transferred smoothly past the printheads. Make sure your conveyor belt runs smoothly and that you are not dropping boxes onto the conveyor where the printheads are mounted. We’ve seen this happen and the results are not always pretty!

Best Practice of All

The best way to get the best labeling or coding for your shipping cases is to connect with your local ID Technology representative. With many years of experience, combined with the case packing, sealing and product handling of ProMach, we are able to help you determine the best solution for all your case coding or labeling needs.

How can ID Technology and ProMach help you meet your objectives for your packaging barcode and coding operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping CasesUsing inkjet printers to add variable information to shipping cases, is increasing in popularity. Using this technique can dramatically reduce the number of pre-printed items that need to be managed and fit into company efforts to increase digitalization and move to a lean workflow.

Here at ID Technology, we have a lot of experience when it comes to installing inkjet systems for printing barcodes, text and graphics onto corrugated cases. We are a founding distributor of the Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping CasesFoxJet ProSeries system and have won the prestigious Regency Award for top FoxJet distributor for 14 consecutive years.

If there is one thing we’ve learned over this time, it’s that having good product handling is as important as having good printing equipment for getting the high-quality, compliant GS1 barcodes that customers demand. If the boxes are not presented consistently and accurately to the printheads, this will show in poor print quality and in particular will not allow high-quality barcodes to be printed.

To help educate users on best practices for product handling, our friends at FoxJet recently produced a detailed whitepaper on this topic that goes over many of the issues that are important to ensure great quality printing every time.

Product Handling Considerations for Barcoding on Shipping Cases

FoxJet ProSeries Printers

The whitepaper the transition from the case taper or sealer to the conveyor where the barcode printers are installed as being an area of crucial importance. Because space is often limited on packaging lines, the printheads often have to be installed very close to the exit of the case sealer. Some important factors are:

Carton Control – Proximity to the Printhead

It is important that after leaving the case sealer, the boxes are correctly presented the correct distance from the printheads. The drops of ink that are fired from the printheads can only travel a short distance while maintaining accuracy. If the box is too far away, print quality will decline and if so close it hits the printhead, damage might occur.

Be sure to control the boxes gently so that the boxes are undamaged as they pass through your packaging processes.

It’s best to use guide rails to accurately control the position of the box and even better use in conjunction with FoxJet’s retracting printhead brackets. This bracket uses a roller allow the printhead to be the correct distance from the box every time.

Product/Conveyor Speed

Ensure that boxes leaving your case sealer are traveling at a speed that is within the limits of your inkjet printer. Our FoxJet ProSeries printheads are able to print high-quality text, barcodes and images at up to 300ft per minute, which is enough for all but the fastest production lines.

Angel Hair

No, we are not talking pasta here! Some case sealing machines use hot melt adhesive to hold the flaps on the boxes closed. At times the adhesive applicators can leave a stringy residue behind that can get stuck to the printheads and block the tiny nozzles. Dust from the corrugated boxes can be bad too – be sure to regularly clean your packaging equipment and the printheads.

Vibrations

Good quality printing depends on the boxes being transferred smoothly past the printheads. Make sure your conveyor belt runs smoothly and that you are not dropping boxes onto the conveyor where the printheads are mounted. We’ve seen this happen and the results are not always pretty!

Best Practice of All

The best way to get the best labeling or coding for your shipping cases is to connect with your local ID Technology representative. With many years of experience, combined with the case packing, sealing and product handling of ProMach, we are able to help you determine the best solution for all your case coding or labeling needs.

How can ID Technology and ProMach help you meet your objectives for your packaging barcode and coding operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Late Stage Customization of flexible PackagingLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMark™ thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

On-line printing for stickpack packaging - Genesis Promach

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Late Stage Customization of flexible PackagingLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMark™ thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

On-line printing for stickpack packaging - Genesis Promach

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Lean Manufacturing Solution for StickpacksLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMark™ thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

On-line printing for stickpack packaging - Genesis Promach

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Lean Manufacturing Solution for StickpacksLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMark™ thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

On-line printing for stickpack packaging - Genesis Promach

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Lean Manufacturing Solution for StickpacksLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMarkLean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

On-line printing for stickpack packaging - Genesis Promach

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Lean Manufacturing Solution for StickpacksLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMarkLean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

laser coding scoring for stickpack and pouch packaging systems

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Lean Manufacturing Solution for StickpacksLean manufacturing, late-stage customization, agile manufacturing, digitalization – whatever you might wish to call it, ProMach’s printing and packaging solution for stickpacks and sachets is a way to reduce costs while improving flexibility and allowing your packaging to be part of your digital workflow.

The components of this system are both from ProMach’s portfolio of product brands – Genesis Digital Printer from Greydon and from INVPack BY300 form-fill-seal machine, sold in North America by Matrix.

Each of these systems is an excellent solution in its own right, combined they produce a special solution for customers in the food, dairy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

In the past, companies had to purchase and manage pre-printed packaging materials for each SKU the packaging line has to produce. Just one or two SKU? No problem, pre-printed film or foil is probably the most cost-effective to use. However, when a company has to pack multiple SKUs, the task of managing the inventory of materials can become quite difficult – especially if the new products are often introduced or the print copy changes often.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

With the ProMach solution, the customer just has t0 purchase one item – rolls of blank material. Thanks to the digital printer that can print the packages in full CMYK process color, the output of the system is fully printed and packed products, ready for market.

See our solution in this short video:

The system in the video is also using ID Technology’s ClearMarkLean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks thermal inkjet printer for adding variable info such as dates, lot numbers or barcodes. This isn’t usually needed when printing with the Genesis printer, as Genesis prints both the fixed and variable information. ClearMark would be a good addition for a company using pre-printed materials for large volume jobs, where the variable data needs to be added at the time of packaging.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

The Genesis printer is completely digital and can handle many graphics file types, making it easy to fit into your company’s digital workflow. With no printing plates to worry about, product changeovers can be carried out in just a few seconds and when a copy change to one of your products is needed, the file can be modified and sent to the printer right away – no more having to throw away unwanted pre-printed materials.

In addition to Genesis and ClearMark, ID Technology’s laser printers can be added tot he INVPack machines for both printing variable info and scoring on the packages. We have also installed our thermal transfer printers and CIJ coders onto these packaging systems.

Lean Manufacturing Solution for Stickpacks

HPD Lasers Installed in INV Pack system

So if you need to pack your products in stickpacks or sachets, ProMach has some great solutions that can produce beautiful packages, regardless of whether you purchase pre-printed materials or if you want to build in the flexibility and cost-saving of printing on-line.

You can download the datasheet on our print-form-fill-seal system here.

There are many printing options for use on flexible packaging machines, such as the INVPack systems and at times it can be difficult to know which is best for a particular application. With over 90 sales and support people across North America, We can provide the consulting and support you need to decide which is the best option for you.

Want to get started with improving your flexible packaging? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Fiber Laser for Can Coding
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Code on Metal Can - ID Technology

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Can Coding Datasheet

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Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Fiber Laser for Can Coding
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Code on Metal Can - ID Technology

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Can Coding Datasheet

Click Image to Get Datasheet

Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Laser Coding for Cans
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Code on Metal Can - ID Technology

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Can Coding Datasheet

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Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Laser Coding for Cans
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Coding for Cans

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Can Coding Datasheet

Click Image to Get Datasheet

Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Laser Coding for Cans
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Coding for Cans

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Laser Coding for Cans

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Can Coding Datasheet

Click Image to Get Datasheet

Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Laser Coding for Cans
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Coding for Cans

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Laser Coding for Cans

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Coding for Cans

Click Image to Get Datasheet

Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Macsa Fiber Laser from ID Technology

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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Laser Coding for Cans
For many years, the most common technique to add variable information, such as date and lot codes, serialization codes, to metal cans has been continuous inkjet printing.

More recently, developments in fiber laser coding technology have allowed this modern, clean markings technique to be used for a wide range of application, including coding on steel and aluminum cans.

ID Technology’s Macsa SPA-F laser system is the perfect device for many of these applications.

While CO2 lasers are the most common for packaging applications, fiber lasers have characteristics that make them a good solution for printing on many types of packaging materials, including cans and some plastics, films and foils.

Laser Coding for Cans

The Macsa fiber laser produces a high-quality permanent mark that needs no consumables and requires minimal maintenance – reducing operating costs and improving equipment OEE

Laser Coding for Cans

Macsa has the most comprehensive line-up of fiber lasers for packaging applications – power output choices of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100 Watts mean that it is possible to select the optimum laser solution for any packaging line.

Laser Coding for Cans

Click Image to Get Datasheet

Some of the advantages of these systems include:

Coding at High Speeds: Up to 91,000 cans per hour. (50W or 100W laser required)

Zero Consumables: No inks to manage and store. No environmental issues with solvents.

High-Quality Permanent Marking: Guaranteed legibility, traceability and security.

Designed for Demanding Environments: Operates in ambient temperatures from 41°F to 104°F.

High IP Rating: Controller cabinet IP55 (Optional IP65), Laser head IP65.

Minimal Maintenance: Only maintenance is lens & filter cleaning. Reduces operating costs and improves equipment OEE.

Long Lifetime Laser Source: 100,000 hours MTBF to ensure uninterrupted production.

Laser Coding for Cans

ID Technology offers the complete line of Macsa lasers for package coding applications including:
iCON2 – compact, low-cost CO2 laser.
SPA-C – sophisticated CO2 laser for many demanding packaging situations.
HPD – CO2 laser with wide print area combined with small dot size. Ideal for multi-lane packaging systems and scoring and cutting packaging.

Is laser coding the best solution for your can packaging lines? With a team of over 80 sales and support people in North America, our local team is always ready to help you decide what’s best for your particular operation.

Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area! You can also download our datasheet here: Datasheet

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RTA X-PLUS S

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

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RTA X Plus S

 
RTA X-PLUS S

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

Ideally suited to applications requiring high dynamic performance and high reliability.
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Technical Features:

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For details of the full R.T.A. range or for technical help call 01376 333333 or email sales@micromech.co.uk

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New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

 
RTA X-PLUS S

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

Ideally suited to applications requiring high dynamic performance and high reliability.
Key Features:


Technical Features:

RTA X-PLUS S

For details of the full R.T.A. range or for technical help call 01376 333333 or email sales@micromech.co.uk

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New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

 
New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

Ideally suited to applications requiring high dynamic performance and high reliability.
Key Features:


Technical Features:

RTA X-PLUS S

For details of the full R.T.A. range or for technical help call 01376 333333 or email sales@micromech.co.uk

RTA X-PLUS S

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New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

 
New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

Ideally suited to applications requiring high dynamic performance and high reliability.
Key Features:


Technical Features:

New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

For details of the full R.T.A. range or for technical help call 01376 333333 or email sales@micromech.co.uk

RTA X-PLUS S

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New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

 
New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

RTA X-PLUS S stepping motor drive series with step and direction interface and direct mains input (110v AC to 230v AC)

The X-PLUS S series features an internal rectifier capable of transferring more than 330V DC to the motor.

Ideally suited to applications requiring high dynamic performance and high reliability.
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New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

For details of the full R.T.A. range or for technical help call 01376 333333 or email sales@micromech.co.uk

New RTA X-PLUS S Stepper Drives with STO (Safe Torque Off) function now available from Micromech.

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trio_pc_mcat_64The PC-MCAT is a “Motion + PC Solution” with a powerful quad core Intel Atom processor used to drive a high performance motion controller and a compact Windows based PC that can run user applications. The PC-MCAT software uses a real-time extension to allow the motion controller and Windows to run directly on individual processor cores.

Highlights

Plug and Play
The motion controller has a dedicated EtherCAT master Ethernet port which can launch data packets with less than 1 µsec of jitter. The 1.91GHz Atom processor is coupled with 4 GBytes of RAM and a high speed 64 GByte SSD to give sufficient PC performance for many types of machines.

HDMI Output
Trio’s PC-MCAT is particularly suitable for application in which a machine requires the software and hardware facilities of a PC combined with a powerful 64 axis Motion Coordinator. The HDMI port can be used to drive high resolution displays for sophisticated operator interfaces.

Vision
The large 64 GByte SSD drive can hold vast amounts of machine data and recipes. Two GBit Ethernet ports are built into the PC-MCAT. These can be used for factory communications or connecting vision camera(s) whose data can be processed directly on the PC cores.

Features

For applications requiring capabillities beyond that of the PC-MCAT 64 the Trio PC-MCAT S offers further flexibility.

Delivered in the form of a dongle, PC-MCAT S provides the same features of the PC-MCAT hardware in a software package enabling the user to run the PC-MCAT on a suitable Windows based industrial PC

This allows the specification of the processor speed, graphics capability and memory size giving a flexible solution to suit the application.

For the full specification and further information on Trio’s PC-MCAT combined motion controller and PC please call Trio’s number one distributor and technical expert ‘Micromech’ on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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trio_pc_mcat_64The PC-MCAT is a “Motion + PC Solution” with a powerful quad core Intel Atom processor used to drive a high performance motion controller and a compact Windows based PC that can run user applications. The PC-MCAT software uses a real-time extension to allow the motion controller and Windows to run directly on individual processor cores.

Highlights

Plug and Play
The motion controller has a dedicated EtherCAT master Ethernet port which can launch data packets with less than 1 µsec of jitter. The 1.91GHz Atom processor is coupled with 4 GBytes of RAM and a high speed 64 GByte SSD to give sufficient PC performance for many types of machines.

HDMI Output
Trio’s PC-MCAT is particularly suitable for application in which a machine requires the software and hardware facilities of a PC combined with a powerful 64 axis Motion Coordinator. The HDMI port can be used to drive high resolution displays for sophisticated operator interfaces.

Vision
The large 64 GByte SSD drive can hold vast amounts of machine data and recipes. Two GBit Ethernet ports are built into the PC-MCAT. These can be used for factory communications or connecting vision camera(s) whose data can be processed directly on the PC cores.

Features

For applications requiring capabillities beyond that of the PC-MCAT 64 the Trio PC-MCAT S offers further flexibility.

Delivered in the form of a dongle, PC-MCAT S provides the same features of the PC-MCAT hardware in a software package enabling the user to run the PC-MCAT on a suitable Windows based industrial PC

This allows the specification of the processor speed, graphics capability and memory size giving a flexible solution to suit the application.

For the full specification and further information on Trio’s PC-MCAT combined motion controller and PC please call Trio’s number one distributor and technical expert ‘Micromech’ on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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Trio’s innovative PC-MCAT 64 is available now from Micromech!The PC-MCAT is a “Motion + PC Solution” with a powerful quad core Intel Atom processor used to drive a high performance motion controller and a compact Windows based PC that can run user applications. The PC-MCAT software uses a real-time extension to allow the motion controller and Windows to run directly on individual processor cores.

Highlights

Plug and Play
The motion controller has a dedicated EtherCAT master Ethernet port which can launch data packets with less than 1 µsec of jitter. The 1.91GHz Atom processor is coupled with 4 GBytes of RAM and a high speed 64 GByte SSD to give sufficient PC performance for many types of machines.

HDMI Output
Trio’s PC-MCAT is particularly suitable for application in which a machine requires the software and hardware facilities of a PC combined with a powerful 64 axis Motion Coordinator. The HDMI port can be used to drive high resolution displays for sophisticated operator interfaces.

Vision
The large 64 GByte SSD drive can hold vast amounts of machine data and recipes. Two GBit Ethernet ports are built into the PC-MCAT. These can be used for factory communications or connecting vision camera(s) whose data can be processed directly on the PC cores.

Features

For applications requiring capabillities beyond that of the PC-MCAT 64 the Trio PC-MCAT S offers further flexibility.

Delivered in the form of a dongle, PC-MCAT S provides the same features of the PC-MCAT hardware in a software package enabling the user to run the PC-MCAT on a suitable Windows based industrial PC

This allows the specification of the processor speed, graphics capability and memory size giving a flexible solution to suit the application.

For the full specification and further information on Trio’s PC-MCAT combined motion controller and PC please call Trio’s number one distributor and technical expert ‘Micromech’ on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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KBM frameless kit brushless motors

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What is direct drive technology?
With direct drive technology a torque motor is coupled directly to the driven load. This provides a very stiff mechanical connection to the load, eliminating problems associated with couplings, belts and gearboxes.

Kollmorgen KBM
KBM™ Series frameless kit brushless motors are designed to be embedded in your machine. The rotor is supported by machine’s own bearings.
A large selection of standard motors are available or alternatively a bespoke solution incorporating your specific modifications can quickly and cost-effectively create a an exact fit motor which will provide the highest performance and longest life in the most compact space.
Designs, which include special winding configurations, tailored mounting features, diameter and stack length dimensional adjustments, or material variations, are all possible.

Simplified Machine Design.
With a Kollmorgen KBM Solution from Micromech, your machine design is simplified. Noisy mechanical transmissions are eliminated as are the performance limitations associated them.

The direct coupling of a torque motor to a load provides improvements to a machine, unachievable with a more compliant mechanical transmission. Furthermore, expensive maintenance is greatly reduced as the need to adjust belts or pulleys or to lubricate gearboxes is eliminated.

Direct drive frameless vs Conventional Motor Systems
Conventional servo systems with mechanical transmissions limit servo performance and reliability. Typically designs consume more space due to use of transmissions, belt / pulley arrangements and couplings. Additionally maintenance is more extensive. This all adds unnecessary machine down time and costs.

Integration Costs

Life Cycle Costs

Micromech engineers have assisted many of our customers with specification of a KBM frameless motor solution. Contact us for further information on the wide variety of pre-engineered options and configurations available or send us your exact requirements for a custom solution for your application. Call 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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What is direct drive technology?
With direct drive technology a torque motor is coupled directly to the driven load. This provides a very stiff mechanical connection to the load, eliminating problems associated with couplings, belts and gearboxes.

Kollmorgen KBM
KBM™ Series frameless kit brushless motors are designed to be embedded in your machine. The rotor is supported by machine’s own bearings.
A large selection of standard motors are available or alternatively a bespoke solution incorporating your specific modifications can quickly and cost-effectively create a an exact fit motor which will provide the highest performance and longest life in the most compact space.
Designs, which include special winding configurations, tailored mounting features, diameter and stack length dimensional adjustments, or material variations, are all possible.

Simplified Machine Design.
With a Kollmorgen KBM Solution from Micromech, your machine design is simplified. Noisy mechanical transmissions are eliminated as are the performance limitations associated them.

The direct coupling of a torque motor to a load provides improvements to a machine, unachievable with a more compliant mechanical transmission. Furthermore, expensive maintenance is greatly reduced as the need to adjust belts or pulleys or to lubricate gearboxes is eliminated.

Direct drive frameless vs Conventional Motor Systems
Conventional servo systems with mechanical transmissions limit servo performance and reliability. Typically designs consume more space due to use of transmissions, belt / pulley arrangements and couplings. Additionally maintenance is more extensive. This all adds unnecessary machine down time and costs.

Integration Costs

Life Cycle Costs

Micromech engineers have assisted many of our customers with specification of a KBM frameless motor solution. Contact us for further information on the wide variety of pre-engineered options and configurations available or send us your exact requirements for a custom solution for your application. Call 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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KBM frameless kit brushless motorsWhat is direct drive technology?
With direct drive technology a torque motor is coupled directly to the driven load. This provides a very stiff mechanical connection to the load, eliminating problems associated with couplings, belts and gearboxes.

Kollmorgen KBM
KBM™ Series frameless kit brushless motors are designed to be embedded in your machine. The rotor is supported by machine’s own bearings.
A large selection of standard motors are available or alternatively a bespoke solution incorporating your specific modifications can quickly and cost-effectively create a an exact fit motor which will provide the highest performance and longest life in the most compact space.
Designs, which include special winding configurations, tailored mounting features, diameter and stack length dimensional adjustments, or material variations, are all possible.

Simplified Machine Design.
With a Kollmorgen KBM Solution from Micromech, your machine design is simplified. Noisy mechanical transmissions are eliminated as are the performance limitations associated them.

The direct coupling of a torque motor to a load provides improvements to a machine, unachievable with a more compliant mechanical transmission. Furthermore, expensive maintenance is greatly reduced as the need to adjust belts or pulleys or to lubricate gearboxes is eliminated.

Direct drive frameless vs Conventional Motor Systems
Conventional servo systems with mechanical transmissions limit servo performance and reliability. Typically designs consume more space due to use of transmissions, belt / pulley arrangements and couplings. Additionally maintenance is more extensive. This all adds unnecessary machine down time and costs.

Integration Costs

Life Cycle Costs

Micromech engineers have assisted many of our customers with specification of a KBM frameless motor solution. Contact us for further information on the wide variety of pre-engineered options and configurations available or send us your exact requirements for a custom solution for your application. Call 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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KBM frameless kit brushless motorsWhat is direct drive technology?
With direct drive technology a torque motor is coupled directly to the driven load. This provides a very stiff mechanical connection to the load, eliminating problems associated with couplings, belts and gearboxes.

Kollmorgen KBM
KBMKBM frameless kit brushless motors Series frameless kit brushless motors are designed to be embedded in your machine. The rotor is supported by machine’s own bearings.
A large selection of standard motors are available or alternatively a bespoke solution incorporating your specific modifications can quickly and cost-effectively create a an exact fit motor which will provide the highest performance and longest life in the most compact space.
Designs, which include special winding configurations, tailored mounting features, diameter and stack length dimensional adjustments, or material variations, are all possible.

Simplified Machine Design.
With a Kollmorgen KBM Solution from Micromech, your machine design is simplified. Noisy mechanical transmissions are eliminated as are the performance limitations associated them.

The direct coupling of a torque motor to a load provides improvements to a machine, unachievable with a more compliant mechanical transmission. Furthermore, expensive maintenance is greatly reduced as the need to adjust belts or pulleys or to lubricate gearboxes is eliminated.

Direct drive frameless vs Conventional Motor Systems
Conventional servo systems with mechanical transmissions limit servo performance and reliability. Typically designs consume more space due to use of transmissions, belt / pulley arrangements and couplings. Additionally maintenance is more extensive. This all adds unnecessary machine down time and costs.

Integration Costs

Life Cycle Costs

Micromech engineers have assisted many of our customers with specification of a KBM frameless motor solution. Contact us for further information on the wide variety of pre-engineered options and configurations available or send us your exact requirements for a custom solution for your application. Call 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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A Three Axis, competitively priced, configurable Stepper Controller

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The MSS-856-A-000 3 axis stepper controller can operate as a stand alone unit, or be commanded from HMI, PLC or PC, and is available now from Micromech.

For the user wanting a flexible but not fully bespoke system, this cost effective unit comes as a standard platform taking the application close to the operational finishing line for a fraction of the effort and cost of a bespoke system. Therefore the user can be quickly up and running making it ideal for Lab, research and University establishments.

MSS-856-A-0003 axis stepper controller features

  • Compact, free standing desktop unit (562mmW x 420mmD x 211mmH).
  • Powerful Trio MC403 multi-tasking motion controller.
  • Pre-programmed to perform simple motion tasks such as Jogging and move Abs/Inc.
  • Free programming software allowing complex motion programs to be developed.
  • A simple Windows user interface is available, perfect for simple machines and systems.
  • Support for HMI, PLC or PC control over Ethernet or RS232/485. Protocols include Modbus TCP/RTU, Ethernet IP, Hostlink, TCP/IP, Trio ActiveX.
  • Open loop control of any 2-phase hybrid stepper motor up to NEMA42 frame.
  • 1.5 to 4.0 Arms adjustable motor current.
  • 70VDC motor voltage for good high speed performance.
  • Up to 25000 microsteps/rev resolution for smooth motion and high positioning accuracy.
  • Dedicated axis limit and home inputs.
  • 12 User 24vdc digital bi-directional inputs/outputs.
  • 2 User 0-10V analogue Inputs.
  • 2 User /-10V Analogue outputs.
  • 2 User Relay outputs.
  • PLd, SIL3 safety circuit with support for external devices.
  • Supplied with kit of mating half connectors
  • Powered from a 230V, 13A supply

Click here to view the MSS Stepper Controller Datasheet

For further details or assistance specifying the right MSS-856-A-000 controller for your application, contact Micromech on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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The MSS-856-A-000 3 axis stepper controller can operate as a stand alone unit, or be commanded from HMI, PLC or PC, and is available now from Micromech.

For the user wanting a flexible but not fully bespoke system, this cost effective unit comes as a standard platform taking the application close to the operational finishing line for a fraction of the effort and cost of a bespoke system. Therefore the user can be quickly up and running making it ideal for Lab, research and University establishments.

MSS-856-A-0003 axis stepper controller features

  • Compact, free standing desktop unit (562mmW x 420mmD x 211mmH).
  • Powerful Trio MC403 multi-tasking motion controller.
  • Pre-programmed to perform simple motion tasks such as Jogging and move Abs/Inc.
  • Free programming software allowing complex motion programs to be developed.
  • A simple Windows user interface is available, perfect for simple machines and systems.
  • Support for HMI, PLC or PC control over Ethernet or RS232/485. Protocols include Modbus TCP/RTU, Ethernet IP, Hostlink, TCP/IP, Trio ActiveX.
  • Open loop control of any 2-phase hybrid stepper motor up to NEMA42 frame.
  • 1.5 to 4.0 Arms adjustable motor current.
  • 70VDC motor voltage for good high speed performance.
  • Up to 25000 microsteps/rev resolution for smooth motion and high positioning accuracy.
  • Dedicated axis limit and home inputs.
  • 12 User 24vdc digital bi-directional inputs/outputs.
  • 2 User 0-10V analogue Inputs.
  • 2 User /-10V Analogue outputs.
  • 2 User Relay outputs.
  • PLd, SIL3 safety circuit with support for external devices.
  • Supplied with kit of mating half connectors
  • Powered from a 230V, 13A supply

Click here to view the MSS Stepper Controller Datasheet

For further details or assistance specifying the right MSS-856-A-000 controller for your application, contact Micromech on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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A Three Axis, competitively priced, configurable Stepper ControllerThe MSS-856-A-000 3 axis stepper controller can operate as a stand alone unit, or be commanded from HMI, PLC or PC, and is available now from Micromech.

For the user wanting a flexible but not fully bespoke system, this cost effective unit comes as a standard platform taking the application close to the operational finishing line for a fraction of the effort and cost of a bespoke system. Therefore the user can be quickly up and running making it ideal for Lab, research and University establishments.

MSS-856-A-0003 axis stepper controller features

  • Compact, free standing desktop unit (562mmW x 420mmD x 211mmH).
  • Powerful Trio MC403 multi-tasking motion controller.
  • Pre-programmed to perform simple motion tasks such as Jogging and move Abs/Inc.
  • Free programming software allowing complex motion programs to be developed.
  • A simple Windows user interface is available, perfect for simple machines and systems.
  • Support for HMI, PLC or PC control over Ethernet or RS232/485. Protocols include Modbus TCP/RTU, Ethernet IP, Hostlink, TCP/IP, Trio ActiveX.
  • Open loop control of any 2-phase hybrid stepper motor up to NEMA42 frame.
  • 1.5 to 4.0 Arms adjustable motor current.
  • 70VDC motor voltage for good high speed performance.
  • Up to 25000 microsteps/rev resolution for smooth motion and high positioning accuracy.
  • Dedicated axis limit and home inputs.
  • 12 User 24vdc digital bi-directional inputs/outputs.
  • 2 User 0-10V analogue Inputs.
  • 2 User /-10V Analogue outputs.
  • 2 User Relay outputs.
  • PLd, SIL3 safety circuit with support for external devices.
  • Supplied with kit of mating half connectors
  • Powered from a 230V, 13A supply

Click here to view the MSS Stepper Controller Datasheet

For further details or assistance specifying the right MSS-856-A-000 controller for your application, contact Micromech on 01376 333333 or Email sales@micromech.co.uk

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La empacadora ZWA trabaja con películas con espesores comprendidos entre 40 y 100 micrones, alimentada desde una bobina que puede tener un ancho máximo de 500 milímetros. En su construcción que considera la facilidad de acceso, y cuenta con puertas corredizas garantiza a los operadores un alto nivel de seguridad. Por sus propiedades de transmisión de cadena y cojinetes auto-lubricados, la máquina demanda bajos tiempos de mantenimiento y limpieza.

Packmatic destaca el concepto de modularidad que define a la empacadora y la visibilidad completa que permite de ciclo completo de producción. Desde un panel táctil los operarios controlan los procesos y tienen una visualización gráfica que les permite configurar fácilmente los parámetros de los trabajos que se van a realizar. El fabricante destaca la agilidad que puede ofrecer a sus clientes en el suministro de repuestos, disponibles para su despacho desde su sede en la ciudad de Querétaro.

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La empacadora ZWA trabaja con películas con espesores comprendidos entre 40 y 100 micrones, alimentada desde una bobina que puede tener un ancho máximo de 500 milímetros. En su construcción que considera la facilidad de acceso, y cuenta con puertas corredizas garantiza a los operadores un alto nivel de seguridad. Por sus propiedades de transmisión de cadena y cojinetes auto-lubricados, la máquina demanda bajos tiempos de mantenimiento y limpieza.

Packmatic destaca el concepto de modularidad que define a la empacadora y la visibilidad completa que permite de ciclo completo de producción. Desde un panel táctil los operarios controlan los procesos y tienen una visualización gráfica que les permite configurar fácilmente los parámetros de los trabajos que se van a realizar. El fabricante destaca la agilidad que puede ofrecer a sus clientes en el suministro de repuestos, disponibles para su despacho desde su sede en la ciudad de Querétaro.

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La empacadora ZWA trabaja con películas con espesores comprendidos entre 40 y 100 micrones, alimentada desde una bobina que puede tener un ancho máximo de 500 milímetros. En su construcción que considera la facilidad de acceso, y cuenta con puertas corredizas garantiza a los operadores un alto nivel de seguridad. Por sus propiedades de transmisión de cadena y cojinetes auto-lubricados, la máquina demanda bajos tiempos de mantenimiento y limpieza.

Packmatic destaca el concepto de modularidad que define a la empacadora y la visibilidad completa que permite de ciclo completo de producción. Desde un panel táctil los operarios controlan los procesos y tienen una visualización gráfica que les permite configurar fácilmente los parámetros de los trabajos que se van a realizar. El fabricante destaca la agilidad que puede ofrecer a sus clientes en el suministro de repuestos, disponibles para su despacho desde su sede en la ciudad de Querétaro.

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Con los modelos de mesa 205W y 206W de la serie TSDW de Yamato, los productores de alimentos aumentan el número de unidades finales empacadas utilizando la misma cantidad de producto, gracias a la reducción de la pérdida por peso que se deriva normalmente de las operaciones realizadas de manera manual.

La adopción de un sistema de transporte por correa para la descarga de los productos se refleja en una reducción al mínimo de productos dañados durante el proceso y su uso óptimo en el empaque de materiales frágiles. Ambos modelos cuentan con intervalos de caída muy pequeños, que facilitan la transferencia de elementos delicados o pegajosos. De otro lado, las pesadoras permiten el desprendimiento de las correas y los alzadores para su lavado rápido y sencillo, garantizando así facilidad de limpieza y la reducción del tiempo de mantenimiento.

Los dos modelos de la serie TSDW, con pesadora externa, facilitan la creación de paquetes que contengan varias piezas de producto. En lugar de una verificadora de peso, se puede conectar una pesadora de plataforma, para agilizar los procesos y garantizar exactitud en el peso de los empaques. Estas pesadoras de combinación ofrecen una capacidad de 1.500 gramos en cada uno de sus cabezales (10 en el modelo 205W y 12 en el 206W), alcanzan velocidades de combinación de 20 a 25 y 20 a 35 empaques por minuto, respectivamente.

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Con los modelos de mesa 205W y 206W de la serie TSDW de Yamato, los productores de alimentos aumentan el número de unidades finales empacadas utilizando la misma cantidad de producto, gracias a la reducción de la pérdida por peso que se deriva normalmente de las operaciones realizadas de manera manual.

La adopción de un sistema de transporte por correa para la descarga de los productos se refleja en una reducción al mínimo de productos dañados durante el proceso y su uso óptimo en el empaque de materiales frágiles. Ambos modelos cuentan con intervalos de caída muy pequeños, que facilitan la transferencia de elementos delicados o pegajosos. De otro lado, las pesadoras permiten el desprendimiento de las correas y los alzadores para su lavado rápido y sencillo, garantizando así facilidad de limpieza y la reducción del tiempo de mantenimiento.

Los dos modelos de la serie TSDW, con pesadora externa, facilitan la creación de paquetes que contengan varias piezas de producto. En lugar de una verificadora de peso, se puede conectar una pesadora de plataforma, para agilizar los procesos y garantizar exactitud en el peso de los empaques. Estas pesadoras de combinación ofrecen una capacidad de 1.500 gramos en cada uno de sus cabezales (10 en el modelo 205W y 12 en el 206W), alcanzan velocidades de combinación de 20 a 25 y 20 a 35 empaques por minuto, respectivamente.

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Con los modelos de mesa 205W y 206W de la serie TSDW de Yamato, los productores de alimentos aumentan el número de unidades finales empacadas utilizando la misma cantidad de producto, gracias a la reducción de la pérdida por peso que se deriva normalmente de las operaciones realizadas de manera manual.

La adopción de un sistema de transporte por correa para la descarga de los productos se refleja en una reducción al mínimo de productos dañados durante el proceso y su uso óptimo en el empaque de materiales frágiles. Ambos modelos cuentan con intervalos de caída muy pequeños, que facilitan la transferencia de elementos delicados o pegajosos. De otro lado, las pesadoras permiten el desprendimiento de las correas y los alzadores para su lavado rápido y sencillo, garantizando así facilidad de limpieza y la reducción del tiempo de mantenimiento.

Los dos modelos de la serie TSDW, con pesadora externa, facilitan la creación de paquetes que contengan varias piezas de producto. En lugar de una verificadora de peso, se puede conectar una pesadora de plataforma, para agilizar los procesos y garantizar exactitud en el peso de los empaques. Estas pesadoras de combinación ofrecen una capacidad de 1.500 gramos en cada uno de sus cabezales (10 en el modelo 205W y 12 en el 206W), alcanzan velocidades de combinación de 20 a 25 y 20 a 35 empaques por minuto, respectivamente.

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El empaque de alimentos con materiales creados a partir de fibra de papel fue una de las novedades mostradas por Multivac en EXPO PACK Guadalajara. Su línea de materiales PaperBoard brinda a los productores una alternativa práctica y de alta eficiencia y calidad. En los sistemas de Multivac pueden crearse empaques al vacío o con atmósfera modificada a partir de los materiales de fibra de papel, utilizados bien sea en rollo o en hojas cortadas.

Con el empleo de diferentes capas funcionales se posibilita la producción de empaques que cumplen con los requerimientos de barrera ofrecidos tradicionalmente por materiales plásticos. Las referencias de la línea PaperBoard cuentan con un diseño que les permite a los usuarios separar el respaldo de cartón de la capa de barrera de plástico para facilitar el reciclaje de los materiales.

Multivac resaltó durante la presentación de su oferta de productos, que con el empleo de distintos conceptos de materiales, los productores de alimentos pueden hacer una gran contribución a la sostenibilidad y satisfacer la demanda de los consumidores de tener soluciones de empaque más sostenibles.

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El empaque de alimentos con materiales creados a partir de fibra de papel fue una de las novedades mostradas por Multivac en EXPO PACK Guadalajara. Su línea de materiales PaperBoard brinda a los productores una alternativa práctica y de alta eficiencia y calidad. En los sistemas de Multivac pueden crearse empaques al vacío o con atmósfera modificada a partir de los materiales de fibra de papel, utilizados bien sea en rollo o en hojas cortadas.

Con el empleo de diferentes capas funcionales se posibilita la producción de empaques que cumplen con los requerimientos de barrera ofrecidos tradicionalmente por materiales plásticos. Las referencias de la línea PaperBoard cuentan con un diseño que les permite a los usuarios separar el respaldo de cartón de la capa de barrera de plástico para facilitar el reciclaje de los materiales.

Multivac resaltó durante la presentación de su oferta de productos, que con el empleo de distintos conceptos de materiales, los productores de alimentos pueden hacer una gran contribución a la sostenibilidad y satisfacer la demanda de los consumidores de tener soluciones de empaque más sostenibles.

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El empaque de alimentos con materiales creados a partir de fibra de papel fue una de las novedades mostradas por Multivac en EXPO PACK Guadalajara. Su línea de materiales PaperBoard brinda a los productores una alternativa práctica y de alta eficiencia y calidad. En los sistemas de Multivac pueden crearse empaques al vacío o con atmósfera modificada a partir de los materiales de fibra de papel, utilizados bien sea en rollo o en hojas cortadas.

Con el empleo de diferentes capas funcionales se posibilita la producción de empaques que cumplen con los requerimientos de barrera ofrecidos tradicionalmente por materiales plásticos. Las referencias de la línea PaperBoard cuentan con un diseño que les permite a los usuarios separar el respaldo de cartón de la capa de barrera de plástico para facilitar el reciclaje de los materiales.

Multivac resaltó durante la presentación de su oferta de productos, que con el empleo de distintos conceptos de materiales, los productores de alimentos pueden hacer una gran contribución a la sostenibilidad y satisfacer la demanda de los consumidores de tener soluciones de empaque más sostenibles.

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Jacob Gaspari, a student at Columbus Central Community College (Nebraska), has been named recipient of the 2019 Richard C. Ryan
Dorner awards $2,000 to Mechatronics Student Jacob Gaspari

The Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship, sponsored by Dorner, was awarded to Jacob Gaspari, a mechatronics student at Columbus Community College.

Gaspari is the latest winner of this scholarship, meeting rigorous criteria including a GPA of 3.0 or higher, a demonstrated commitment to excellence in the packaging industry and a history of extracurricular involvement at Columbus Community College. Applicants are also required to write an essay describing their career goals in the packaging field.

This $2,000 scholarship, established in honor of Richard C. Ryan, the former president and CEO of Dorner, who passed away suddenly in September 2012, is awarded to a student enrolled in a two- or four-year program at any school partnered with PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. Ryan was a member of the PMMI Board of Directors and was an advocate of lifelong learning. This commitment to education and PMMI inspired the creation of a scholarship in his name.

“Year after year we are impressed with the quality of applicants for the Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship,” says Matt Jones, vice president of sales and marketing, Dorner. “Their personal commitment to education and self-improvement embodies the characteristics we seek in the candidates for this scholarship. It makes the job of selecting only one even more difficult.”

The Richard C. Ryan Scholarship is one of several scholarships awarded or administered by the PMMI Foundation each year, providing over $200,000 in funds for students of PMMI Education Partners. These scholarships underscore PMMI’s commitment to the future of the packaging and processing industry.

There are many opportunities to contribute to the PMMI Foundation at the upcoming PACK EXPO Las Vegas (Sept. 23–25, 2019; Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas). Proceeds from events like The Amazing Packaging Race and the CareerLink LIVE @ PACK EXPO interview and networking event contribute directly to PMMI’s scholarship offerings.

For more information about the PMMI Foundation go to pmmi.org/foundation. For details about student activities at PACK EXPO Las Vegas go to packexpolasvegas.com.

Sean Riley
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Jacob Gaspari, a student at Columbus Central Community College (Nebraska), has been named recipient of the 2019 Richard C. Ryan
Dorner awards $2,000 to Mechatronics Student Jacob Gaspari

The Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship, sponsored by Dorner, was awarded to Jacob Gaspari, a mechatronics student at Columbus Community College.

Gaspari is the latest winner of this scholarship, meeting rigorous criteria including a GPA of 3.0 or higher, a demonstrated commitment to excellence in the packaging industry and a history of extracurricular involvement at Columbus Community College. Applicants are also required to write an essay describing their career goals in the packaging field.

This $2,000 scholarship, established in honor of Richard C. Ryan, the former president and CEO of Dorner, who passed away suddenly in September 2012, is awarded to a student enrolled in a two- or four-year program at any school partnered with PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. Ryan was a member of the PMMI Board of Directors and was an advocate of lifelong learning. This commitment to education and PMMI inspired the creation of a scholarship in his name.

“Year after year we are impressed with the quality of applicants for the Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship,” says Matt Jones, vice president of sales and marketing, Dorner. “Their personal commitment to education and self-improvement embodies the characteristics we seek in the candidates for this scholarship. It makes the job of selecting only one even more difficult.”

The Richard C. Ryan Scholarship is one of several scholarships awarded or administered by the PMMI Foundation each year, providing over $200,000 in funds for students of PMMI Education Partners. These scholarships underscore PMMI’s commitment to the future of the packaging and processing industry.

There are many opportunities to contribute to the PMMI Foundation at the upcoming PACK EXPO Las Vegas (Sept. 23–25, 2019; Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas). Proceeds from events like The Amazing Packaging Race and the CareerLink LIVE @ PACK EXPO interview and networking event contribute directly to PMMI’s scholarship offerings.

For more information about the PMMI Foundation go to pmmi.org/foundation. For details about student activities at PACK EXPO Las Vegas go to packexpolasvegas.com.

Sean Riley
Sr. Director, Media and Industry Communications

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Dorner awards $2,000 to Mechatronics Student Jacob Gaspari

The Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship, sponsored by Dorner, was awarded to Jacob Gaspari, a mechatronics student at Columbus Community College.

Gaspari is the latest winner of this scholarship, meeting rigorous criteria including a GPA of 3.0 or higher, a demonstrated commitment to excellence in the packaging industry and a history of extracurricular involvement at Columbus Community College. Applicants are also required to write an essay describing their career goals in the packaging field.

This $2,000 scholarship, established in honor of Richard C. Ryan, the former president and CEO of Dorner, who passed away suddenly in September 2012, is awarded to a student enrolled in a two- or four-year program at any school partnered with PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. Ryan was a member of the PMMI Board of Directors and was an advocate of lifelong learning. This commitment to education and PMMI inspired the creation of a scholarship in his name.

“Year after year we are impressed with the quality of applicants for the Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship,” says Matt Jones, vice president of sales and marketing, Dorner. “Their personal commitment to education and self-improvement embodies the characteristics we seek in the candidates for this scholarship. It makes the job of selecting only one even more difficult.”

The Richard C. Ryan Scholarship is one of several scholarships awarded or administered by the PMMI Foundation each year, providing over $200,000 in funds for students of PMMI Education Partners. These scholarships underscore PMMI’s commitment to the future of the packaging and processing industry.

There are many opportunities to contribute to the PMMI Foundation at the upcoming PACK EXPO Las Vegas (Sept. 23–25, 2019; Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas). Proceeds from events like The Amazing Packaging Race and the CareerLink LIVE @ PACK EXPO interview and networking event contribute directly to PMMI’s scholarship offerings.

For more information about the PMMI Foundation go to pmmi.org/foundation. For details about student activities at PACK EXPO Las Vegas go to packexpolasvegas.com.

Sean Riley
Sr. Director, Media and Industry Communications
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EXPO PACK Guadalajara Rewrites Record Books
Fourth edition of show hosts biggest crowd to date

The largest show in EXPO PACK Guadalajara history welcomed a record-breaking 17,000 attendees to a sold-out EXPO Guadalajara, where more than 700 exhibitors filled every last inch of the 15,000 net square meter show floor. Already the largest packaging and processing event in Latin America, EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 exceeded even the loftiest of projections for show producer, PMMI The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara showed this year that it has cemented its place as the premier packaging show in the region,” said Anthony Colquitt, Director of Business Development – LATAM for BW Packaging Systems. “Not only the number [of attendees], but the quality of the companies and customers who attended was beyond belief – we were able to have productive meetings and move projects forward because the right people were at the show.”

The most international EXPO PACK Guadalajara to date, exhibitors and attendees traveled from over 40 countries with international pavilions hosting companies from Argentina, Canada, China, France, Italy, Spain and the U.S. The diverse global representation brought six percent more international visitors than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017 with the largest attendee participation from Guatemala, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and El Salvador.

Nearly 110 exhibitors displayed for the first time on a show floor 15 percent larger than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017, while the EXPO PACK Verde program, in its 10th year, exceeded 150 exhibitors committed to sustainable packaging and processing solutions.

A multiple time exhibitor at EXPO PACK Guadalajara, David O’Keefe, director of Sales for LANGGUTH America has had a front row seat for the steady expansion of the event.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara is always well marketed to ensure positive results for exhibitors, but the high attendance throughout the show is a sure sign that it continues to grow,” O’Keefe said. “The show wasnoticeably bigger this year and we received [nearly 100] leads, many with active projects in hand.”

A new addition to EXPO PACK Guadalajara that was particularly well received was the Daily Keynote Series, with attendees kicking off their day at world-class presentations from industry thought leaders. Day one featured a comprehensive look at successful packaging developments for e-commerce from Mintel’s Global Packaging Director, David Luttenberger. Day two welcomed panelists from BonIce, Navarro Cheese, San Matías Tequila and Groupo Herdez discussing opportunities for innovation in packaging and processing. International packaging science expert Alejandro Salgado closed the series on day three with real-world solutions to the challenges of the circular economy.

“Education offerings at EXPO PACK are really hitting their stride, giving attendees opportunity before and during the show to hear about issues affecting their everyday business,” said Laura Thompson, vice president, Trade Shows, PMMI.

In addition to the keynotes, over a dozen Innovation Stage sessions on the show floor featured interactive discussions on practical solutions to industry challenges. A3 Robotics training also returned, with the Association for Advancing Automation Mexico providing two days of intense training on vision systems and industrial robotics safety.

EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 once again received the support of most of Mexico’s leading professional industry associations. These important endorsements included Cámara de Comercio de Guadalajara, Cámara de la Industria Alimenticia de Jalisco (CIAJ), Cámara Nacional de Fabricantes de Envases Metálicos (CANAFEM), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Artes Gráficas de Jalisco (CANAGRAF Jalisco), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Conservas Alimenticias (CANAINCA), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Productos Cosméticos y Asociación Nacional de la Industria de Productos del Cuidado Personal y del Hogar A.C. (CANIPEC), Cámara Nacional de la Industria Farmacéutica (CANIFARMA) and Cámara Regional de la Industria de la Transformación del Estado de Jalisco (CAREINTRA).

The PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows returns to Mexico City in 2020 with EXPO PACK México (June 2-5, 2020, Expo Santa Fe).

Sean Riley
Sr. Director, Media and Industry Communications
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EXPO PACK Guadalajara Rewrites Record Books
Fourth edition of show hosts biggest crowd to date

The largest show in EXPO PACK Guadalajara history welcomed a record-breaking 17,000 attendees to a sold-out EXPO Guadalajara, where more than 700 exhibitors filled every last inch of the 15,000 net square meter show floor. Already the largest packaging and processing event in Latin America, EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 exceeded even the loftiest of projections for show producer, PMMI The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara showed this year that it has cemented its place as the premier packaging show in the region,” said Anthony Colquitt, Director of Business Development – LATAM for BW Packaging Systems. “Not only the number [of attendees], but the quality of the companies and customers who attended was beyond belief – we were able to have productive meetings and move projects forward because the right people were at the show.”

The most international EXPO PACK Guadalajara to date, exhibitors and attendees traveled from over 40 countries with international pavilions hosting companies from Argentina, Canada, China, France, Italy, Spain and the U.S. The diverse global representation brought six percent more international visitors than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017 with the largest attendee participation from Guatemala, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and El Salvador.

Nearly 110 exhibitors displayed for the first time on a show floor 15 percent larger than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017, while the EXPO PACK Verde program, in its 10th year, exceeded 150 exhibitors committed to sustainable packaging and processing solutions.

A multiple time exhibitor at EXPO PACK Guadalajara, David O’Keefe, director of Sales for LANGGUTH America has had a front row seat for the steady expansion of the event.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara is always well marketed to ensure positive results for exhibitors, but the high attendance throughout the show is a sure sign that it continues to grow,” O’Keefe said. “The show wasnoticeably bigger this year and we received [nearly 100] leads, many with active projects in hand.”

A new addition to EXPO PACK Guadalajara that was particularly well received was the Daily Keynote Series, with attendees kicking off their day at world-class presentations from industry thought leaders. Day one featured a comprehensive look at successful packaging developments for e-commerce from Mintel’s Global Packaging Director, David Luttenberger. Day two welcomed panelists from BonIce, Navarro Cheese, San Matías Tequila and Groupo Herdez discussing opportunities for innovation in packaging and processing. International packaging science expert Alejandro Salgado closed the series on day three with real-world solutions to the challenges of the circular economy.

“Education offerings at EXPO PACK are really hitting their stride, giving attendees opportunity before and during the show to hear about issues affecting their everyday business,” said Laura Thompson, vice president, Trade Shows, PMMI.

In addition to the keynotes, over a dozen Innovation Stage sessions on the show floor featured interactive discussions on practical solutions to industry challenges. A3 Robotics training also returned, with the Association for Advancing Automation Mexico providing two days of intense training on vision systems and industrial robotics safety.

EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 once again received the support of most of Mexico’s leading professional industry associations. These important endorsements included Cámara de Comercio de Guadalajara, Cámara de la Industria Alimenticia de Jalisco (CIAJ), Cámara Nacional de Fabricantes de Envases Metálicos (CANAFEM), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Artes Gráficas de Jalisco (CANAGRAF Jalisco), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Conservas Alimenticias (CANAINCA), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Productos Cosméticos y Asociación Nacional de la Industria de Productos del Cuidado Personal y del Hogar A.C. (CANIPEC), Cámara Nacional de la Industria Farmacéutica (CANIFARMA) and Cámara Regional de la Industria de la Transformación del Estado de Jalisco (CAREINTRA).

The PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows returns to Mexico City in 2020 with EXPO PACK México (June 2-5, 2020, Expo Santa Fe).

Sean Riley
Sr. Director, Media and Industry Communications

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Fourth edition of show hosts biggest crowd to date

The largest show in EXPO PACK Guadalajara history welcomed a record-breaking 17,000 attendees to a sold-out EXPO Guadalajara, where more than 700 exhibitors filled every last inch of the 15,000 net square meter show floor. Already the largest packaging and processing event in Latin America, EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 exceeded even the loftiest of projections for show producer, PMMI The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara showed this year that it has cemented its place as the premier packaging show in the region,” said Anthony Colquitt, Director of Business Development – LATAM for BW Packaging Systems. “Not only the number [of attendees], but the quality of the companies and customers who attended was beyond belief – we were able to have productive meetings and move projects forward because the right people were at the show.”

The most international EXPO PACK Guadalajara to date, exhibitors and attendees traveled from over 40 countries with international pavilions hosting companies from Argentina, Canada, China, France, Italy, Spain and the U.S. The diverse global representation brought six percent more international visitors than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017 with the largest attendee participation from Guatemala, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and El Salvador.

Nearly 110 exhibitors displayed for the first time on a show floor 15 percent larger than EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2017, while the EXPO PACK Verde program, in its 10th year, exceeded 150 exhibitors committed to sustainable packaging and processing solutions.

A multiple time exhibitor at EXPO PACK Guadalajara, David O’Keefe, director of Sales for LANGGUTH America has had a front row seat for the steady expansion of the event.

“EXPO PACK Guadalajara is always well marketed to ensure positive results for exhibitors, but the high attendance throughout the show is a sure sign that it continues to grow,” O’Keefe said. “The show wasnoticeably bigger this year and we received [nearly 100] leads, many with active projects in hand.”

A new addition to EXPO PACK Guadalajara that was particularly well received was the Daily Keynote Series, with attendees kicking off their day at world-class presentations from industry thought leaders. Day one featured a comprehensive look at successful packaging developments for e-commerce from Mintel’s Global Packaging Director, David Luttenberger. Day two welcomed panelists from BonIce, Navarro Cheese, San Matías Tequila and Groupo Herdez discussing opportunities for innovation in packaging and processing. International packaging science expert Alejandro Salgado closed the series on day three with real-world solutions to the challenges of the circular economy.

“Education offerings at EXPO PACK are really hitting their stride, giving attendees opportunity before and during the show to hear about issues affecting their everyday business,” said Laura Thompson, vice president, Trade Shows, PMMI.

In addition to the keynotes, over a dozen Innovation Stage sessions on the show floor featured interactive discussions on practical solutions to industry challenges. A3 Robotics training also returned, with the Association for Advancing Automation Mexico providing two days of intense training on vision systems and industrial robotics safety.

EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 once again received the support of most of Mexico’s leading professional industry associations. These important endorsements included Cámara de Comercio de Guadalajara, Cámara de la Industria Alimenticia de Jalisco (CIAJ), Cámara Nacional de Fabricantes de Envases Metálicos (CANAFEM), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Artes Gráficas de Jalisco (CANAGRAF Jalisco), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Conservas Alimenticias (CANAINCA), Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Productos Cosméticos y Asociación Nacional de la Industria de Productos del Cuidado Personal y del Hogar A.C. (CANIPEC), Cámara Nacional de la Industria Farmacéutica (CANIFARMA) and Cámara Regional de la Industria de la Transformación del Estado de Jalisco (CAREINTRA).

The PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows returns to Mexico City in 2020 with EXPO PACK México (June 2-5, 2020, Expo Santa Fe).

Sean Riley
Sr. Director, Media and Industry Communications
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Transthin 400
Weber Packaging Solutions introduces the Transthin 400 label and ECO ribbon combination designed to reduce the number of required changeovers on a production line.

Transthin 400 is a thermal-transfer label material that features both a thinner facesheet and a thinner release liner so it has more labels per same diameter roll.

The facesheet is just 2.1 mils thick but still retains the excellent dispensing characteristics required for successful print-apply application.

The release liner is just 1.5 mils thick but also retains the strength needed for the tension of the rewind reel on a typical label printer applicator. Developed by Avery-Dennison, the Transthin 400 uses a versatile acrylic emulsion adhesive that is well suited for corrugated and plastic packaging.

The down-gauged construction adds up to more labels per 8 in. or 12 in. roll. Typically, a 12 in. O.D. 4 in. x 6 in. label roll now contains 3820 labels (1,950 ft) instead of just 2500 labels. That is a 50% increase of labels per roll. And that means you can run your production line longer without as many changeover interruptions, stops and starts. This reduces labor costs and decreases warehouse storage.

Weber’s new High-Speed ECO ribbon is a premium resin-enhanced wax ribbon that produces dense, dark and durable images on a wide variety of materials including uncoated and coated thermal transfer papers, flood-coats, and synthetic papers. This formula prints at speeds up to 12 IPS with outstanding edge definition on rotated and other complex barcode formats.

The ECO ribbons are available in a standard length of 1,476 ft for tabletop printers and a longer 1,969 ft length for label printer-applicators. When paired with the new Transthin 400 label materials on 12 in. rolls, the ECO ribbons produces a 1:1 ratio match. Changeovers can be accomplished simultaneously, reducing the number of line shut-downs and associated labor costs.

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Transthin 400
Weber Packaging Solutions introduces the Transthin 400 label and ECO ribbon combination designed to reduce the number of required changeovers on a production line.

Transthin 400 is a thermal-transfer label material that features both a thinner facesheet and a thinner release liner so it has more labels per same diameter roll.

The facesheet is just 2.1 mils thick but still retains the excellent dispensing characteristics required for successful print-apply application.

The release liner is just 1.5 mils thick but also retains the strength needed for the tension of the rewind reel on a typical label printer applicator. Developed by Avery-Dennison, the Transthin 400 uses a versatile acrylic emulsion adhesive that is well suited for corrugated and plastic packaging.

The down-gauged construction adds up to more labels per 8 in. or 12 in. roll. Typically, a 12 in. O.D. 4 in. x 6 in. label roll now contains 3820 labels (1,950 ft) instead of just 2500 labels. That is a 50% increase of labels per roll. And that means you can run your production line longer without as many changeover interruptions, stops and starts. This reduces labor costs and decreases warehouse storage.

Weber’s new High-Speed ECO ribbon is a premium resin-enhanced wax ribbon that produces dense, dark and durable images on a wide variety of materials including uncoated and coated thermal transfer papers, flood-coats, and synthetic papers. This formula prints at speeds up to 12 IPS with outstanding edge definition on rotated and other complex barcode formats.

The ECO ribbons are available in a standard length of 1,476 ft for tabletop printers and a longer 1,969 ft length for label printer-applicators. When paired with the new Transthin 400 label materials on 12 in. rolls, the ECO ribbons produces a 1:1 ratio match. Changeovers can be accomplished simultaneously, reducing the number of line shut-downs and associated labor costs.

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Weber Packaging Solutions introduces the Transthin 400 label and ECO ribbon combination designed to reduce the number of required changeovers on a production line.

Transthin 400 is a thermal-transfer label material that features both a thinner facesheet and a thinner release liner so it has more labels per same diameter roll.

The facesheet is just 2.1 mils thick but still retains the excellent dispensing characteristics required for successful print-apply application.

The release liner is just 1.5 mils thick but also retains the strength needed for the tension of the rewind reel on a typical label printer applicator. Developed by Avery-Dennison, the Transthin 400 uses a versatile acrylic emulsion adhesive that is well suited for corrugated and plastic packaging.

The down-gauged construction adds up to more labels per 8 in. or 12 in. roll. Typically, a 12 in. O.D. 4 in. x 6 in. label roll now contains 3820 labels (1,950 ft) instead of just 2500 labels. That is a 50% increase of labels per roll. And that means you can run your production line longer without as many changeover interruptions, stops and starts. This reduces labor costs and decreases warehouse storage.

Weber’s new High-Speed ECO ribbon is a premium resin-enhanced wax ribbon that produces dense, dark and durable images on a wide variety of materials including uncoated and coated thermal transfer papers, flood-coats, and synthetic papers. This formula prints at speeds up to 12 IPS with outstanding edge definition on rotated and other complex barcode formats.

The ECO ribbons are available in a standard length of 1,476 ft for tabletop printers and a longer 1,969 ft length for label printer-applicators. When paired with the new Transthin 400 label materials on 12 in. rolls, the ECO ribbons produces a 1:1 ratio match. Changeovers can be accomplished simultaneously, reducing the number of line shut-downs and associated labor costs.

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Arch Brewing pioneers 64-oz PET barrier growler for craft beer market

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Arch Growler
Arch Brewing Co. became the first commercialization for this lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative to glass growlers popular at craft breweries.

Arch Brewing Co., an independently owned craft brewery in Newmarket, Ontario, adopted this new lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative. The beer container mimics the legacy glass design and provides barrier protection for extended shelf life. Arch Brewing will offer the PET growler as an event-safe alternative to its glass growler.

A growler is a jug-style container commonly sold at breweries and brew pubs as a means to sell take-out craft beer. The significant growth of craft breweries and the growing popularity of home brewing have also led to an emerging market for the sale of growlers.

The idea of using PET growlers was appealing right from the outset, according to Sue King, ownerof Arch Brewing. She noted that the shape, color, and look of the bottle were a close match to the traditional 1.9L glass growler bottle that is common in the industry.

“Growlers are a really big seller for us and we see an opportunity for growth with the people who love the 1.9L format, but shy away from it because glass isn’t welcome in all environments,” says King. “The craft brewing industry is about innovation and about trying new things so we’re proud to be on the cutting edge by offering PET growlers.”

The barrier prevents oxygen ingress and egress and loss of CO2,thus providing up to a 12-month shelf life versus 48 hours for standard PET growlers. This monolayer barrier solution is compatible with existing recycling streams.

W.Amsler, a supplier of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, was behind this container’s design and its first commercialization. The company has focused new resources and expanded its participation in the beer and spirits packaging market, providing market-entry assistance to customers like JMS International Packaging in the areas of design, development, and pre-production runs for this growler style. The growler features a high-density polypropylene (PP) handle, designed by JMS International Packaging, that is produced separately and attached to the container via a secondary process. The PET container can accept the same steel or plastic recloseable caps that are found on the glass growlers today.

“This is a major milestone for us in terms of cracking the craft beer industry,” says Marc Leblanc,owner of JMS International Packaging. Heidi Amsler, sales and marketing manager for W.Amsler, adds: “We’re excited about the future prospects of converting glass to PET and creating environmentally-friendly barrier packaging for the beer and spirits markets.”

All parties on the project see growth opportunity for glass conversion applications where barrier PET bottles have a strong fit due to their light weight and portability.The amber PET containeris manufactured by W.Amslerat its Bolton, Ontario, facility on behalf of JMS International Packaging on a W.Amsler all-electric, single-cavity linear series stretch blow molder. The PET barrier container weighs 106 grams versus 1.2 kg for the glass version, thus resulting in reduced shipping costs. It is also event-friendly, unbreakable, and 100% recyclable, according to the company.

“We’ve set a new benchmark in terms of shelf life and provided craft brewers a highly viable alternative to the standard glass container,” says Amsler. Unbreakable and portable PET growlers provide an entry into venues that do not allow glass because of the potential for breakage and other security requirements.

The container was designed with standard preforms supplied by Preform Solutions Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D. It incorporates a barrier with a monolayer structure which includes a Sherwin Williams’ barrier additive.The PET growlers are also available in a clear color with or without barrier protection for ciders, craft sodas, craft cocktails, and liquor. Custom growlers can be produced in different shapes, colors, and engraving. Pressure-sensitive labels can be applied and a screen-printing process can also be used.

Matt Reynolds
Editor
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Arch Brewing Co. became the first commercialization for this lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative to glass growlers popular at craft breweries.

Arch Brewing Co., an independently owned craft brewery in Newmarket, Ontario, adopted this new lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative. The beer container mimics the legacy glass design and provides barrier protection for extended shelf life. Arch Brewing will offer the PET growler as an event-safe alternative to its glass growler.

A growler is a jug-style container commonly sold at breweries and brew pubs as a means to sell take-out craft beer. The significant growth of craft breweries and the growing popularity of home brewing have also led to an emerging market for the sale of growlers.

The idea of using PET growlers was appealing right from the outset, according to Sue King, ownerof Arch Brewing. She noted that the shape, color, and look of the bottle were a close match to the traditional 1.9L glass growler bottle that is common in the industry.

“Growlers are a really big seller for us and we see an opportunity for growth with the people who love the 1.9L format, but shy away from it because glass isn’t welcome in all environments,” says King. “The craft brewing industry is about innovation and about trying new things so we’re proud to be on the cutting edge by offering PET growlers.”

The barrier prevents oxygen ingress and egress and loss of CO2,thus providing up to a 12-month shelf life versus 48 hours for standard PET growlers. This monolayer barrier solution is compatible with existing recycling streams.

W.Amsler, a supplier of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, was behind this container’s design and its first commercialization. The company has focused new resources and expanded its participation in the beer and spirits packaging market, providing market-entry assistance to customers like JMS International Packaging in the areas of design, development, and pre-production runs for this growler style. The growler features a high-density polypropylene (PP) handle, designed by JMS International Packaging, that is produced separately and attached to the container via a secondary process. The PET container can accept the same steel or plastic recloseable caps that are found on the glass growlers today.

“This is a major milestone for us in terms of cracking the craft beer industry,” says Marc Leblanc,owner of JMS International Packaging. Heidi Amsler, sales and marketing manager for W.Amsler, adds: “We’re excited about the future prospects of converting glass to PET and creating environmentally-friendly barrier packaging for the beer and spirits markets.”

All parties on the project see growth opportunity for glass conversion applications where barrier PET bottles have a strong fit due to their light weight and portability.The amber PET containeris manufactured by W.Amslerat its Bolton, Ontario, facility on behalf of JMS International Packaging on a W.Amsler all-electric, single-cavity linear series stretch blow molder. The PET barrier container weighs 106 grams versus 1.2 kg for the glass version, thus resulting in reduced shipping costs. It is also event-friendly, unbreakable, and 100% recyclable, according to the company.

“We’ve set a new benchmark in terms of shelf life and provided craft brewers a highly viable alternative to the standard glass container,” says Amsler. Unbreakable and portable PET growlers provide an entry into venues that do not allow glass because of the potential for breakage and other security requirements.

The container was designed with standard preforms supplied by Preform Solutions Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D. It incorporates a barrier with a monolayer structure which includes a Sherwin Williams’ barrier additive.The PET growlers are also available in a clear color with or without barrier protection for ciders, craft sodas, craft cocktails, and liquor. Custom growlers can be produced in different shapes, colors, and engraving. Pressure-sensitive labels can be applied and a screen-printing process can also be used.

Matt Reynolds
Editor

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Arch Brewing pioneers 64-oz PET barrier growler for craft beer market
Arch Brewing Co. became the first commercialization for this lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative to glass growlers popular at craft breweries.

Arch Brewing Co., an independently owned craft brewery in Newmarket, Ontario, adopted this new lightweight, event-friendly plastic alternative. The beer container mimics the legacy glass design and provides barrier protection for extended shelf life. Arch Brewing will offer the PET growler as an event-safe alternative to its glass growler.

A growler is a jug-style container commonly sold at breweries and brew pubs as a means to sell take-out craft beer. The significant growth of craft breweries and the growing popularity of home brewing have also led to an emerging market for the sale of growlers.

The idea of using PET growlers was appealing right from the outset, according to Sue King, ownerof Arch Brewing. She noted that the shape, color, and look of the bottle were a close match to the traditional 1.9L glass growler bottle that is common in the industry.

“Growlers are a really big seller for us and we see an opportunity for growth with the people who love the 1.9L format, but shy away from it because glass isn’t welcome in all environments,” says King. “The craft brewing industry is about innovation and about trying new things so we’re proud to be on the cutting edge by offering PET growlers.”

The barrier prevents oxygen ingress and egress and loss of CO2,thus providing up to a 12-month shelf life versus 48 hours for standard PET growlers. This monolayer barrier solution is compatible with existing recycling streams.

W.Amsler, a supplier of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, was behind this container’s design and its first commercialization. The company has focused new resources and expanded its participation in the beer and spirits packaging market, providing market-entry assistance to customers like JMS International Packaging in the areas of design, development, and pre-production runs for this growler style. The growler features a high-density polypropylene (PP) handle, designed by JMS International Packaging, that is produced separately and attached to the container via a secondary process. The PET container can accept the same steel or plastic recloseable caps that are found on the glass growlers today.

“This is a major milestone for us in terms of cracking the craft beer industry,” says Marc Leblanc,owner of JMS International Packaging. Heidi Amsler, sales and marketing manager for W.Amsler, adds: “We’re excited about the future prospects of converting glass to PET and creating environmentally-friendly barrier packaging for the beer and spirits markets.”

All parties on the project see growth opportunity for glass conversion applications where barrier PET bottles have a strong fit due to their light weight and portability.The amber PET containeris manufactured by W.Amslerat its Bolton, Ontario, facility on behalf of JMS International Packaging on a W.Amsler all-electric, single-cavity linear series stretch blow molder. The PET barrier container weighs 106 grams versus 1.2 kg for the glass version, thus resulting in reduced shipping costs. It is also event-friendly, unbreakable, and 100% recyclable, according to the company.

“We’ve set a new benchmark in terms of shelf life and provided craft brewers a highly viable alternative to the standard glass container,” says Amsler. Unbreakable and portable PET growlers provide an entry into venues that do not allow glass because of the potential for breakage and other security requirements.

The container was designed with standard preforms supplied by Preform Solutions Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D. It incorporates a barrier with a monolayer structure which includes a Sherwin Williams’ barrier additive.The PET growlers are also available in a clear color with or without barrier protection for ciders, craft sodas, craft cocktails, and liquor. Custom growlers can be produced in different shapes, colors, and engraving. Pressure-sensitive labels can be applied and a screen-printing process can also be used.

Matt Reynolds
Editor
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Coca-Cola to use 100% rPET bottles for water and tea in Western Europe

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Coca-Cola’s Honest, Glacéau Smartwater, and Chaudfontaine brands will all be sold in bottles made from 100% recycled PET.
Move to 100% rPET for Honest, Glacéau Smartwater, and Chaudfontaine expected to remove nearly 10,000 tons of virgin plastic in 2020. Another initiative sees Sprite in clear, easy-to-recycle bottles.

Coca-Cola, in partnership with Coca-Cola European Partners, announced today that its Honest, GlacéauSmartwater, and Chaudfontaine brands will all be sold in bottles made from 100% recycled PET.They will transition between the end of 2019 and 2020, replacing 9,000 tonnes (9,920 tons) of virgin plastic per year across Western Europe*.

This move supports Coca-Cola’s commitment that, by 2025, at least half of the plastic used in its PET bottles across Western Europe will come from recycled sources. In 2019, Coca-Cola will use approximately 60,000 tonnes (66,139 tons) of recycled plastic in these markets, removing the equivalent amount of virgin plastic.

Says Bruno van Gompel, Technical and Supply Chain Director for Coca-Cola Western Europe, “This is a significant step for our business. From 2020, wherever you buy these brands in our Western European markets, you will find them in a bottle that is entirely made from recycled plastic. This is a clear signal of our ambition—we aim to meet and exceed our target of using 50 percent rPET across our total portfolio by 2025.

“Both Honest and GlacéauSmartwater have a huge following in the U.S., whilst being relatively young brands in Europe. We have ambitious growth plans for both of these brands, as we continue to broaden our portfolio to offer people different drinks to meet changing tastes and lifestyles—and we want to grow them sustainably.”

Coca-Cola is also announcing that it is transitioning Sprite from a green PET bottle to a clear PET package, which can more easily be recycled bottle to bottle.

Says Ron Lewis, Chief Supply Chain Officer at Coca-Cola European Partners, “We know people have high expectations of companies to make the products they love in a sustainable way, and we’re committed to meeting those expectations. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that every bottle or can we sell is collected, recycled, and reused. By moving Sprite from a green bottle to a clear bottle, the material can easily be recycled and used again to make another bottle.”

Coca-Cola began using recycled PET in its plastic bottles in the 1990s.More recently, the company has invested in enhanced recycling technologies to improve the availability of food-grade rPET for use in its bottles. This technology allows PET to be created from low-value plastic waste that previously couldn’t be recycled into bottles.

Explains Van Gompel, “These new technologies expand the types of plastic waste streams that can be recycled back into bottles, allowing a broader range of collected materials to become part of the circular economy. It also enables us to use collection streams that were normally going to incineration or landfill.Investments in scale-up technologies such as these help us accelerate our use of recycled plastic in our bottles.’

*All references to Western Europe refer to markets where Coca-Cola European Partners is active, including Andorra, Belgium, continental France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Coca-Cola’s Honest, Glacéau Smartwater, and Chaudfontaine brands will all be sold in bottles made from 100% recycled PET.
Move to 100% rPET for Honest, Glacéau Smartwater, and Chaudfontaine expected to remove nearly 10,000 tons of virgin plastic in 2020. Another initiative sees Sprite in clear, easy-to-recycle bottles.

Coca-Cola, in partnership with Coca-Cola European Partners, announced today that its Honest, GlacéauSmartwater, and Chaudfontaine brands will all be sold in bottles made from 100% recycled PET.They will transition between the end of 2019 and 2020, replacing 9,000 tonnes (9,920 tons) of virgin plastic per year across Western Europe*.

This move supports Coca-Cola’s commitment that, by 2025, at least half of the plastic used in its PET bottles across Western Europe will come from recycled sources. In 2019, Coca-Cola will use approximately 60,000 tonnes (66,139 tons) of recycled plastic in these markets, removing the equivalent amount of virgin plastic.

Says Bruno van Gompel, Technical and Supply Chain Director for Coca-Cola Western Europe, “This is a significant step for our business. From 2020, wherever you buy these brands in our Western European markets, you will find them in a bottle that is entirely made from recycled plastic. This is a clear signal of our ambition—we aim to meet and exceed our target of using 50 percent rPET across our total portfolio by 2025.

“Both Honest and GlacéauSmartwater have a huge following in the U.S., whilst being relatively young brands in Europe. We have ambitious growth plans for both of these brands, as we continue to broaden our portfolio to offer people different drinks to meet changing tastes and lifestyles—and we want to grow them sustainably.”

Coca-Cola is also announcing that it is transitioning Sprite from a green PET bottle to a clear PET package, which can more easily be recycled bottle to bottle.

Says Ron Lewis, Chief Supply Chain Officer at Coca-Cola European Partners, “We know people have high expectations of companies to make the products they love in a sustainable way, and we’re committed to meeting those expectations. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that every bottle or can we sell is collected, recycled, and reused. By moving Sprite from a green bottle to a clear bottle, the material can easily be recycled and used again to make another bottle.”

Coca-Cola began using recycled PET in its plastic bottles in the 1990s.More recently, the company has invested in enhanced recycling technologies to improve the availability of food-grade rPET for use in its bottles. This technology allows PET to be created from low-value plastic waste that previously couldn’t be recycled into bottles.

Explains Van Gompel, “These new technologies expand the types of plastic waste streams that can be recycled back into bottles, allowing a broader range of collected materials to become part of the circular economy. It also enables us to use collection streams that were normally going to incineration or landfill.Investments in scale-up technologies such as these help us accelerate our use of recycled plastic in our bottles.’

*All references to Western Europe refer to markets where Coca-Cola European Partners is active, including Andorra, Belgium, continental France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World

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Coca-Cola to use 100% rPET bottles for water and tea in Western Europe
Move to 100% rPET for Honest, Glacéau Smartwater, and Chaudfontaine expected to remove nearly 10,000 tons of virgin plastic in 2020. Another initiative sees Sprite in clear, easy-to-recycle bottles.

Coca-Cola, in partnership with Coca-Cola European Partners, announced today that its Honest, GlacéauSmartwater, and Chaudfontaine brands will all be sold in bottles made from 100% recycled PET.They will transition between the end of 2019 and 2020, replacing 9,000 tonnes (9,920 tons) of virgin plastic per year across Western Europe*.

This move supports Coca-Cola’s commitment that, by 2025, at least half of the plastic used in its PET bottles across Western Europe will come from recycled sources. In 2019, Coca-Cola will use approximately 60,000 tonnes (66,139 tons) of recycled plastic in these markets, removing the equivalent amount of virgin plastic.

Says Bruno van Gompel, Technical and Supply Chain Director for Coca-Cola Western Europe, “This is a significant step for our business. From 2020, wherever you buy these brands in our Western European markets, you will find them in a bottle that is entirely made from recycled plastic. This is a clear signal of our ambition—we aim to meet and exceed our target of using 50 percent rPET across our total portfolio by 2025.

“Both Honest and GlacéauSmartwater have a huge following in the U.S., whilst being relatively young brands in Europe. We have ambitious growth plans for both of these brands, as we continue to broaden our portfolio to offer people different drinks to meet changing tastes and lifestyles—and we want to grow them sustainably.”

Coca-Cola is also announcing that it is transitioning Sprite from a green PET bottle to a clear PET package, which can more easily be recycled bottle to bottle.

Says Ron Lewis, Chief Supply Chain Officer at Coca-Cola European Partners, “We know people have high expectations of companies to make the products they love in a sustainable way, and we’re committed to meeting those expectations. Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that every bottle or can we sell is collected, recycled, and reused. By moving Sprite from a green bottle to a clear bottle, the material can easily be recycled and used again to make another bottle.”

Coca-Cola began using recycled PET in its plastic bottles in the 1990s.More recently, the company has invested in enhanced recycling technologies to improve the availability of food-grade rPET for use in its bottles. This technology allows PET to be created from low-value plastic waste that previously couldn’t be recycled into bottles.

Explains Van Gompel, “These new technologies expand the types of plastic waste streams that can be recycled back into bottles, allowing a broader range of collected materials to become part of the circular economy. It also enables us to use collection streams that were normally going to incineration or landfill.Investments in scale-up technologies such as these help us accelerate our use of recycled plastic in our bottles.’

*All references to Western Europe refer to markets where Coca-Cola European Partners is active, including Andorra, Belgium, continental France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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CBD products coming into their own

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CBD products coming into their own
Major retailers offering CBD products will create demand for leaner processes and higher volumes of packaging, and will help to assure consumers about quality, a start to building national brands.

Earlier this week, Hemp Industry Daily announced that grocery chain Kroger will be adding CBD topical lotion to stores in 17 states. According to the article, Kroger joins CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens.

This news is important to the packaging industry for several reasons. CBD contains no THC, and yet many consumers are still confused and lump news about potential healing effects of CBD with the more controversial growth of recreational cannabis and prejudice against drug use.

The evidence indicates CBD tinctures, lotions and oils may have a positive impact on some users’ health, (real testing by the FDA may finally be gaining traction) but the internet is chock full of hundreds of websites and a myriad of product offerings, delivery systems, and dosages. With major retailers standardizing on brands and offerings, CBD will now enjoy wide-spread exposure and convenient availability.

Shoppers trust their local drug stores for their prescriptions and will feel good about CBD brands offered on their neighborhood shelves, safe in the knowledge these products have been vetted by a responsible source.

Currently, many of these operations are relatively small and only produce on a local scale, sold through the internet. With Kroger and others serving large regions of the country, CBD producers will have to step up to the next level of processing and packaging. And those providing materials and machinery to do the job should benefit. Also, contract packagers may find themselves with more business than they can handle.

In a soon to be released PMMI Business Intelligence study on the nutraceutical market, CBD is being credited with growing the nutraceuticals category. According to the report, the U.S. retail market for CBD alone is projected to grow from an estimated $2 billion last year to $16 billion by 2025.

CBD may not be for everyone, but hopefully the stigma still associated with recreational cannabis will finally be cleared up. That’s incredible growth in a few short years that will benefit consumers, brands, retailers, materials providers and machinery builders.

See a related article on the long-term future of the cannabis industry here.

From glass vials, rigid dispensing containers, flexible pouches and cartons, to filling and capping machinery with tamper-evident capabilities, labelers and cartoners, PACK EXPO Las Vegas September 23-25, and the accompanying Healthcare Packaging EXPO, will offer the CBD industry a wide range of solutions to scale up for mass retail distribution.

Jim Chrzan
VP Content/Brand Strategy, PMMI Media Group
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Major retailers offering CBD products will create demand for leaner processes and higher volumes of packaging, and will help to assure consumers about quality, a start to building national brands.

Earlier this week, Hemp Industry Daily announced that grocery chain Kroger will be adding CBD topical lotion to stores in 17 states. According to the article, Kroger joins CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens.

This news is important to the packaging industry for several reasons. CBD contains no THC, and yet many consumers are still confused and lump news about potential healing effects of CBD with the more controversial growth of recreational cannabis and prejudice against drug use.

The evidence indicates CBD tinctures, lotions and oils may have a positive impact on some users’ health, (real testing by the FDA may finally be gaining traction) but the internet is chock full of hundreds of websites and a myriad of product offerings, delivery systems, and dosages. With major retailers standardizing on brands and offerings, CBD will now enjoy wide-spread exposure and convenient availability.

Shoppers trust their local drug stores for their prescriptions and will feel good about CBD brands offered on their neighborhood shelves, safe in the knowledge these products have been vetted by a responsible source.

Currently, many of these operations are relatively small and only produce on a local scale, sold through the internet. With Kroger and others serving large regions of the country, CBD producers will have to step up to the next level of processing and packaging. And those providing materials and machinery to do the job should benefit. Also, contract packagers may find themselves with more business than they can handle.

In a soon to be released PMMI Business Intelligence study on the nutraceutical market, CBD is being credited with growing the nutraceuticals category. According to the report, the U.S. retail market for CBD alone is projected to grow from an estimated $2 billion last year to $16 billion by 2025.

CBD may not be for everyone, but hopefully the stigma still associated with recreational cannabis will finally be cleared up. That’s incredible growth in a few short years that will benefit consumers, brands, retailers, materials providers and machinery builders.

See a related article on the long-term future of the cannabis industry here.

From glass vials, rigid dispensing containers, flexible pouches and cartons, to filling and capping machinery with tamper-evident capabilities, labelers and cartoners, PACK EXPO Las Vegas September 23-25, and the accompanying Healthcare Packaging EXPO, will offer the CBD industry a wide range of solutions to scale up for mass retail distribution.

Jim Chrzan
VP Content/Brand Strategy, PMMI Media Group

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Major retailers offering CBD products will create demand for leaner processes and higher volumes of packaging, and will help to assure consumers about quality, a start to building national brands.

Earlier this week, Hemp Industry Daily announced that grocery chain Kroger will be adding CBD topical lotion to stores in 17 states. According to the article, Kroger joins CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens.

This news is important to the packaging industry for several reasons. CBD contains no THC, and yet many consumers are still confused and lump news about potential healing effects of CBD with the more controversial growth of recreational cannabis and prejudice against drug use.

The evidence indicates CBD tinctures, lotions and oils may have a positive impact on some users’ health, (real testing by the FDA may finally be gaining traction) but the internet is chock full of hundreds of websites and a myriad of product offerings, delivery systems, and dosages. With major retailers standardizing on brands and offerings, CBD will now enjoy wide-spread exposure and convenient availability.

Shoppers trust their local drug stores for their prescriptions and will feel good about CBD brands offered on their neighborhood shelves, safe in the knowledge these products have been vetted by a responsible source.

Currently, many of these operations are relatively small and only produce on a local scale, sold through the internet. With Kroger and others serving large regions of the country, CBD producers will have to step up to the next level of processing and packaging. And those providing materials and machinery to do the job should benefit. Also, contract packagers may find themselves with more business than they can handle.

In a soon to be released PMMI Business Intelligence study on the nutraceutical market, CBD is being credited with growing the nutraceuticals category. According to the report, the U.S. retail market for CBD alone is projected to grow from an estimated $2 billion last year to $16 billion by 2025.

CBD may not be for everyone, but hopefully the stigma still associated with recreational cannabis will finally be cleared up. That’s incredible growth in a few short years that will benefit consumers, brands, retailers, materials providers and machinery builders.

See a related article on the long-term future of the cannabis industry here.

From glass vials, rigid dispensing containers, flexible pouches and cartons, to filling and capping machinery with tamper-evident capabilities, labelers and cartoners, PACK EXPO Las Vegas September 23-25, and the accompanying Healthcare Packaging EXPO, will offer the CBD industry a wide range of solutions to scale up for mass retail distribution.

Jim Chrzan
VP Content/Brand Strategy, PMMI Media Group
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ACOPOS P3 servo drive
B&R’s ACOPOS P3 servo drive is available with safety function Safely Limited Torque (SLT), which safely monitors torque up to SIL 2/PL d.

The torque is limited to the configured maximum value with the aid of current measurement integrated directly in the drive system. Since the safety function runs decentrally in the drive, an extremely short maximum fault detection time of 8 ms is guaranteed. Particularly when combined with other safety functions such as Safely Limited Speed or Safe Direction, the SLT function facilitates safe collaboration between human operators and their machines. The risk of operators being injured via pinching or crushing while working on a machine is minimized.

Safe prevention of mechanical overload

SLT can also be used to safely limit the load on mechanical systems. In this way, the safety function acts like a torque wrench that prevents over-tightening of screws. SLT can therefore be used as a protective measure against overloading drive axes and brakes. As a result, it is possible to use less expensive mechanical components since there is no need to account for torque spikes.

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B&R’s ACOPOS P3 servo drive is available with safety function Safely Limited Torque (SLT), which safely monitors torque up to SIL 2/PL d.

The torque is limited to the configured maximum value with the aid of current measurement integrated directly in the drive system. Since the safety function runs decentrally in the drive, an extremely short maximum fault detection time of 8 ms is guaranteed. Particularly when combined with other safety functions such as Safely Limited Speed or Safe Direction, the SLT function facilitates safe collaboration between human operators and their machines. The risk of operators being injured via pinching or crushing while working on a machine is minimized.

Safe prevention of mechanical overload

SLT can also be used to safely limit the load on mechanical systems. In this way, the safety function acts like a torque wrench that prevents over-tightening of screws. SLT can therefore be used as a protective measure against overloading drive axes and brakes. As a result, it is possible to use less expensive mechanical components since there is no need to account for torque spikes.

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B&R’s ACOPOS P3 servo drive is available with safety function Safely Limited Torque (SLT), which safely monitors torque up to SIL 2/PL d.

The torque is limited to the configured maximum value with the aid of current measurement integrated directly in the drive system. Since the safety function runs decentrally in the drive, an extremely short maximum fault detection time of 8 ms is guaranteed. Particularly when combined with other safety functions such as Safely Limited Speed or Safe Direction, the SLT function facilitates safe collaboration between human operators and their machines. The risk of operators being injured via pinching or crushing while working on a machine is minimized.

Safe prevention of mechanical overload

SLT can also be used to safely limit the load on mechanical systems. In this way, the safety function acts like a torque wrench that prevents over-tightening of screws. SLT can therefore be used as a protective measure against overloading drive axes and brakes. As a result, it is possible to use less expensive mechanical components since there is no need to account for torque spikes.

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Operando con eficiencia y flexibilidad en el empaque de productos variados como confites, botanas, alimentos preparados, dispositivos médicos y artículos para el hogar, Bosch Packaging demostró en Guadalajara el modelo en envolvedora de flujo horizontal Pack 102, que trabaja con una película ancha y de altura ajustable para el sellado longitudinal y transversal. La flexibilidad para producir empaques tipo almohadilla, de fuelle, con orificio para gancho, de corte recto o en zig-zag, con corte para abrir y aserrado, entre otras más, y de trabajar con velocidades de hasta 150 empaques por minuto, hacen de la envolvedora Pack 102 una opción eficiente para entornos de producción pequeños o de empresas familiares.

Por su tamaño compacto, esta máquina se acomoda sin dificultad en plantas con limitaciones de espacio, y se integra sin contratiempos con las unidades de alimentación de Bosch Packaging. El modelo puede configurarse con un sensor de registro opcional que corrige la posición de la película impresa y optimiza de esta manera el uso del material de empaque. Su operación se realiza de manera sencilla desde una pantalla táctil a color, a través de una interfaz intuitiva que facilita el control de los procesos y brinda informes y diagnósticos de los trabajos que se están realizando.

Construida en Estados Unidos, la envolvedora Pack 120 demanda un bajo mantenimiento. La posibilidad de retirar los módulos brinda acceso fácil a la parte interna de la máquina simplifica las tareas de limpieza. El modelo cuenta con un transportador de acero inoxidable, disponible en tres longitudes diferentes, que brinda espacio suficiente para alimentar los productos que se van a empacar de manera manual. Como funciones opcionales, Bosch ofrece en su modelo la perforación de orificios en los empaques, un sistema de control de falta de película o de producto, un codificador de fechas, y suministro de gas para desplazamiento del oxígeno, entre otras alternativas que garantizan la integridad y la presentación de los productos.

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Operando con eficiencia y flexibilidad en el empaque de productos variados como confites, botanas, alimentos preparados, dispositivos médicos y artículos para el hogar, Bosch Packaging demostró en Guadalajara el modelo en envolvedora de flujo horizontal Pack 102, que trabaja con una película ancha y de altura ajustable para el sellado longitudinal y transversal. La flexibilidad para producir empaques tipo almohadilla, de fuelle, con orificio para gancho, de corte recto o en zig-zag, con corte para abrir y aserrado, entre otras más, y de trabajar con velocidades de hasta 150 empaques por minuto, hacen de la envolvedora Pack 102 una opción eficiente para entornos de producción pequeños o de empresas familiares.

Por su tamaño compacto, esta máquina se acomoda sin dificultad en plantas con limitaciones de espacio, y se integra sin contratiempos con las unidades de alimentación de Bosch Packaging. El modelo puede configurarse con un sensor de registro opcional que corrige la posición de la película impresa y optimiza de esta manera el uso del material de empaque. Su operación se realiza de manera sencilla desde una pantalla táctil a color, a través de una interfaz intuitiva que facilita el control de los procesos y brinda informes y diagnósticos de los trabajos que se están realizando.

Construida en Estados Unidos, la envolvedora Pack 120 demanda un bajo mantenimiento. La posibilidad de retirar los módulos brinda acceso fácil a la parte interna de la máquina simplifica las tareas de limpieza. El modelo cuenta con un transportador de acero inoxidable, disponible en tres longitudes diferentes, que brinda espacio suficiente para alimentar los productos que se van a empacar de manera manual. Como funciones opcionales, Bosch ofrece en su modelo la perforación de orificios en los empaques, un sistema de control de falta de película o de producto, un codificador de fechas, y suministro de gas para desplazamiento del oxígeno, entre otras alternativas que garantizan la integridad y la presentación de los productos.

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Operando con eficiencia y flexibilidad en el empaque de productos variados como confites, botanas, alimentos preparados, dispositivos médicos y artículos para el hogar, Bosch Packaging demostró en Guadalajara el modelo en envolvedora de flujo horizontal Pack 102, que trabaja con una película ancha y de altura ajustable para el sellado longitudinal y transversal. La flexibilidad para producir empaques tipo almohadilla, de fuelle, con orificio para gancho, de corte recto o en zig-zag, con corte para abrir y aserrado, entre otras más, y de trabajar con velocidades de hasta 150 empaques por minuto, hacen de la envolvedora Pack 102 una opción eficiente para entornos de producción pequeños o de empresas familiares.

Por su tamaño compacto, esta máquina se acomoda sin dificultad en plantas con limitaciones de espacio, y se integra sin contratiempos con las unidades de alimentación de Bosch Packaging. El modelo puede configurarse con un sensor de registro opcional que corrige la posición de la película impresa y optimiza de esta manera el uso del material de empaque. Su operación se realiza de manera sencilla desde una pantalla táctil a color, a través de una interfaz intuitiva que facilita el control de los procesos y brinda informes y diagnósticos de los trabajos que se están realizando.

Construida en Estados Unidos, la envolvedora Pack 120 demanda un bajo mantenimiento. La posibilidad de retirar los módulos brinda acceso fácil a la parte interna de la máquina simplifica las tareas de limpieza. El modelo cuenta con un transportador de acero inoxidable, disponible en tres longitudes diferentes, que brinda espacio suficiente para alimentar los productos que se van a empacar de manera manual. Como funciones opcionales, Bosch ofrece en su modelo la perforación de orificios en los empaques, un sistema de control de falta de película o de producto, un codificador de fechas, y suministro de gas para desplazamiento del oxígeno, entre otras alternativas que garantizan la integridad y la presentación de los productos.

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Concluyó con mucho éxito EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019

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Cerca de 17.000 profesionales de envase y procesamiento de México y A. Latina acudieron a la cita de EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019.
Superando las cifras de asistencia esperadas por los organizadores, cerró con mucho éxito la más grande edición celebrada hasta la fecha de EXPO PACK Guadalajara. La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento.

Una vez más EXPO PACK confirmó su posición como la feria industrial líder para los sectores de envasado y procesamiento en México y América Latina. En su cuarta edición, 16.847 profesionales de la industria recorrieron las áreas de exposición, superando con su asistencia la cifra de visitantes esperados, que encontraron en los estands de los fabricantes y proveedores de tecnología las respuestas a sus expectativas de mejoramiento y de ampliación de sus operaciones.

La amplia acogida de este año es a su vez un indicador del dinamismo que muestran hoy las industrias fabricantes de bienes de consumo empacados mexicanas y latinoamericanas, que ven en EXPO PACK Guadalajara una manera conveniente de conocer de primera mano las respuestas ofrecidas por los fabricantes de maquinaria a las tendencias actuales en el empaque. En los tres días de la feria se exhibieron y demostraron soluciones innovadoras para la totalidad de procesos de envasado, procesamiento y automatización, con énfasis en modelos de creciente adopción por parte de los productores y dueños de marca como el comercio electrónico, la robotización de procesos, y el avance de la industria hacia la economía circular.

Decisiones informadas

El contexto para el análisis de las tendencias y el respaldo a las decisiones de inversión de los empresarios y profesionales visitantes lo ofrecieron durante las conferencias de EXPO PACK Keynotes los expertos de la industria David Luttenberger, director global de Empaque del grupo consultor Mintel y Alejando Salgado, fundador y director de la progresista firma investigadora de mercados Neurosketch, que reunieron en sus conferencias a una audiencia participativa e interesada en conocer a profundidad aspectos del mercado que están revolucionado en el mundo actual las maneras de producir y consumir. Un panel entre dueños de marca líderes en el mercado mexicano –Grupo Herdez, Quala México, Quesos Navarro y Casa San Matías— despertó igualmente el interés de cerca de 270 asistentes alrededor de innovaciones implementadas para potenciar la presencia de sus productos y marcar diferencias de calidad, presencia y sostenibilidad en los competidos mercados de bienes de consumo masivos.

Muy concurrida fue también la primera edición del Espacio para Innovadores durante la feria, en la cual tuvieron lugar 12 conferencias a lo largo de los 3 días de la feria, para promover discusiones interactivas y donde se brindaron grandes oportunidades para aprender y capacitarse a partir de las experiencias y éxitos de una docena de firmas proveedoras de tecnologías.

Oferta tecnológica a la medida

En el marco de EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 se realizó además durante un Panel de compañías dueñas de marca de México el lanzamiento del más reciente estudio sobre el mercado de maquinaria de empaque en México, preparado por la división de Inteligencia de Mercados de PMMI. El estudio Mexico’s Packaging Machinery Market Trends and Forecast 2019-2020 describe a profundidad las condiciones particulares de México en sus contextos social, político y económico, y representa para los fabricantes de maquinaria una guía para la toma de decisiones y para conocer las necesidades y tendencias particulares de la demanda en el país.

Además de la información de contexto general ofrecida en este Informe de inteligencia, el análisis detallado de los sectores que utilizan maquinaria de empaque y procesamiento, y de los proyectos de inversión de las empresas, orientan la oferta de maquinaria que exhiben en EXPO PACK Guadalajara los fabricantes y proveedores. “La presencia continua que hemos tenido en la feria les brinda a nuestros clientes la certeza de que estamos con ellos en el presente y lo estaremos en el futuro. EXPO PACK juega un papel central para la ejecución de nuestras estrategias en el mercado de Latinoamérica”, le dijo a Mundo PMMI David O´Keefe, director de ventas de la compañía fabricante de soluciones de etiquetado Langguth America.

Para un mercado como el mexicano, que en 2017 y 2018 realizó importaciones de maquinaria de empaque por un valor de 750 millones de dólares, como lo reporta el informe de PMMI, EXPO PACK Guadalajara fue en esta oportunidad, y lo será en sus próximas ediciones, el mejor escenario para reunir a proveedores y fabricantes por igual. “La primera vez que participamos fue en 2003 y EXPO PACK continúa siendo un espacio clave para hablar de proyectos, presentar mejor y visibilizar nuestras tecnologías”, señaló Julio Rubio, director de Ventas para América Latina de Columbia Okura LLC.

La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento, donde más de 1.000 firmas proveedoras, provenientes de 20 países, expondrán sus soluciones y tecnologías en 20.400 metros cuadrados netos. En esta ocasión PMMI espera cerca de 23.000 visitantes profesionales de México y de toda América Latina.

Lilian Robayo
Directora de Medios para América Latina de PMMI
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Cerca de 17.000 profesionales de envase y procesamiento de México y A. Latina acudieron a la cita de EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019.
Superando las cifras de asistencia esperadas por los organizadores, cerró con mucho éxito la más grande edición celebrada hasta la fecha de EXPO PACK Guadalajara. La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento.

Una vez más EXPO PACK confirmó su posición como la feria industrial líder para los sectores de envasado y procesamiento en México y América Latina. En su cuarta edición, 16.847 profesionales de la industria recorrieron las áreas de exposición, superando con su asistencia la cifra de visitantes esperados, que encontraron en los estands de los fabricantes y proveedores de tecnología las respuestas a sus expectativas de mejoramiento y de ampliación de sus operaciones.

La amplia acogida de este año es a su vez un indicador del dinamismo que muestran hoy las industrias fabricantes de bienes de consumo empacados mexicanas y latinoamericanas, que ven en EXPO PACK Guadalajara una manera conveniente de conocer de primera mano las respuestas ofrecidas por los fabricantes de maquinaria a las tendencias actuales en el empaque. En los tres días de la feria se exhibieron y demostraron soluciones innovadoras para la totalidad de procesos de envasado, procesamiento y automatización, con énfasis en modelos de creciente adopción por parte de los productores y dueños de marca como el comercio electrónico, la robotización de procesos, y el avance de la industria hacia la economía circular.

Decisiones informadas

El contexto para el análisis de las tendencias y el respaldo a las decisiones de inversión de los empresarios y profesionales visitantes lo ofrecieron durante las conferencias de EXPO PACK Keynotes los expertos de la industria David Luttenberger, director global de Empaque del grupo consultor Mintel y Alejando Salgado, fundador y director de la progresista firma investigadora de mercados Neurosketch, que reunieron en sus conferencias a una audiencia participativa e interesada en conocer a profundidad aspectos del mercado que están revolucionado en el mundo actual las maneras de producir y consumir. Un panel entre dueños de marca líderes en el mercado mexicano –Grupo Herdez, Quala México, Quesos Navarro y Casa San Matías— despertó igualmente el interés de cerca de 270 asistentes alrededor de innovaciones implementadas para potenciar la presencia de sus productos y marcar diferencias de calidad, presencia y sostenibilidad en los competidos mercados de bienes de consumo masivos.

Muy concurrida fue también la primera edición del Espacio para Innovadores durante la feria, en la cual tuvieron lugar 12 conferencias a lo largo de los 3 días de la feria, para promover discusiones interactivas y donde se brindaron grandes oportunidades para aprender y capacitarse a partir de las experiencias y éxitos de una docena de firmas proveedoras de tecnologías.

Oferta tecnológica a la medida

En el marco de EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 se realizó además durante un Panel de compañías dueñas de marca de México el lanzamiento del más reciente estudio sobre el mercado de maquinaria de empaque en México, preparado por la división de Inteligencia de Mercados de PMMI. El estudio Mexico’s Packaging Machinery Market Trends and Forecast 2019-2020 describe a profundidad las condiciones particulares de México en sus contextos social, político y económico, y representa para los fabricantes de maquinaria una guía para la toma de decisiones y para conocer las necesidades y tendencias particulares de la demanda en el país.

Además de la información de contexto general ofrecida en este Informe de inteligencia, el análisis detallado de los sectores que utilizan maquinaria de empaque y procesamiento, y de los proyectos de inversión de las empresas, orientan la oferta de maquinaria que exhiben en EXPO PACK Guadalajara los fabricantes y proveedores. “La presencia continua que hemos tenido en la feria les brinda a nuestros clientes la certeza de que estamos con ellos en el presente y lo estaremos en el futuro. EXPO PACK juega un papel central para la ejecución de nuestras estrategias en el mercado de Latinoamérica”, le dijo a Mundo PMMI David O´Keefe, director de ventas de la compañía fabricante de soluciones de etiquetado Langguth America.

Para un mercado como el mexicano, que en 2017 y 2018 realizó importaciones de maquinaria de empaque por un valor de 750 millones de dólares, como lo reporta el informe de PMMI, EXPO PACK Guadalajara fue en esta oportunidad, y lo será en sus próximas ediciones, el mejor escenario para reunir a proveedores y fabricantes por igual. “La primera vez que participamos fue en 2003 y EXPO PACK continúa siendo un espacio clave para hablar de proyectos, presentar mejor y visibilizar nuestras tecnologías”, señaló Julio Rubio, director de Ventas para América Latina de Columbia Okura LLC.

La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento, donde más de 1.000 firmas proveedoras, provenientes de 20 países, expondrán sus soluciones y tecnologías en 20.400 metros cuadrados netos. En esta ocasión PMMI espera cerca de 23.000 visitantes profesionales de México y de toda América Latina.

Lilian Robayo
Directora de Medios para América Latina de PMMI

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Concluyó con mucho éxito EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019
Superando las cifras de asistencia esperadas por los organizadores, cerró con mucho éxito la más grande edición celebrada hasta la fecha de EXPO PACK Guadalajara. La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento.

Una vez más EXPO PACK confirmó su posición como la feria industrial líder para los sectores de envasado y procesamiento en México y América Latina. En su cuarta edición, 16.847 profesionales de la industria recorrieron las áreas de exposición, superando con su asistencia la cifra de visitantes esperados, que encontraron en los estands de los fabricantes y proveedores de tecnología las respuestas a sus expectativas de mejoramiento y de ampliación de sus operaciones.

La amplia acogida de este año es a su vez un indicador del dinamismo que muestran hoy las industrias fabricantes de bienes de consumo empacados mexicanas y latinoamericanas, que ven en EXPO PACK Guadalajara una manera conveniente de conocer de primera mano las respuestas ofrecidas por los fabricantes de maquinaria a las tendencias actuales en el empaque. En los tres días de la feria se exhibieron y demostraron soluciones innovadoras para la totalidad de procesos de envasado, procesamiento y automatización, con énfasis en modelos de creciente adopción por parte de los productores y dueños de marca como el comercio electrónico, la robotización de procesos, y el avance de la industria hacia la economía circular.

Decisiones informadas

El contexto para el análisis de las tendencias y el respaldo a las decisiones de inversión de los empresarios y profesionales visitantes lo ofrecieron durante las conferencias de EXPO PACK Keynotes los expertos de la industria David Luttenberger, director global de Empaque del grupo consultor Mintel y Alejando Salgado, fundador y director de la progresista firma investigadora de mercados Neurosketch, que reunieron en sus conferencias a una audiencia participativa e interesada en conocer a profundidad aspectos del mercado que están revolucionado en el mundo actual las maneras de producir y consumir. Un panel entre dueños de marca líderes en el mercado mexicano –Grupo Herdez, Quala México, Quesos Navarro y Casa San Matías— despertó igualmente el interés de cerca de 270 asistentes alrededor de innovaciones implementadas para potenciar la presencia de sus productos y marcar diferencias de calidad, presencia y sostenibilidad en los competidos mercados de bienes de consumo masivos.

Muy concurrida fue también la primera edición del Espacio para Innovadores durante la feria, en la cual tuvieron lugar 12 conferencias a lo largo de los 3 días de la feria, para promover discusiones interactivas y donde se brindaron grandes oportunidades para aprender y capacitarse a partir de las experiencias y éxitos de una docena de firmas proveedoras de tecnologías.

Oferta tecnológica a la medida

En el marco de EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 se realizó además durante un Panel de compañías dueñas de marca de México el lanzamiento del más reciente estudio sobre el mercado de maquinaria de empaque en México, preparado por la división de Inteligencia de Mercados de PMMI. El estudio Mexico’s Packaging Machinery Market Trends and Forecast 2019-2020 describe a profundidad las condiciones particulares de México en sus contextos social, político y económico, y representa para los fabricantes de maquinaria una guía para la toma de decisiones y para conocer las necesidades y tendencias particulares de la demanda en el país.

Además de la información de contexto general ofrecida en este Informe de inteligencia, el análisis detallado de los sectores que utilizan maquinaria de empaque y procesamiento, y de los proyectos de inversión de las empresas, orientan la oferta de maquinaria que exhiben en EXPO PACK Guadalajara los fabricantes y proveedores. “La presencia continua que hemos tenido en la feria les brinda a nuestros clientes la certeza de que estamos con ellos en el presente y lo estaremos en el futuro. EXPO PACK juega un papel central para la ejecución de nuestras estrategias en el mercado de Latinoamérica”, le dijo a Mundo PMMI David O´Keefe, director de ventas de la compañía fabricante de soluciones de etiquetado Langguth America.

Para un mercado como el mexicano, que en 2017 y 2018 realizó importaciones de maquinaria de empaque por un valor de 750 millones de dólares, como lo reporta el informe de PMMI, EXPO PACK Guadalajara fue en esta oportunidad, y lo será en sus próximas ediciones, el mejor escenario para reunir a proveedores y fabricantes por igual. “La primera vez que participamos fue en 2003 y EXPO PACK continúa siendo un espacio clave para hablar de proyectos, presentar mejor y visibilizar nuestras tecnologías”, señaló Julio Rubio, director de Ventas para América Latina de Columbia Okura LLC.

La próxima cita de EXPO PACK será entre el 2 y el 5 de junio de 2020 en Ciudad de México, para un nuevo encuentro con la tecnología, el conocimiento y el seguimiento a las tendencias de la industria de envasado y procesamiento, donde más de 1.000 firmas proveedoras, provenientes de 20 países, expondrán sus soluciones y tecnologías en 20.400 metros cuadrados netos. En esta ocasión PMMI espera cerca de 23.000 visitantes profesionales de México y de toda América Latina.

Lilian Robayo
Directora de Medios para América Latina de PMMI
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•	Before customers board their flight, they can return their cup to one of five Cup Check-In points in the terminal.
In a first-of-its kind trial, Starbucks is giving airport travelers the option of selecting a reusable cup, which they can return to a Cup Check-In site before boarding their plane.

On June 10, Starbucks and environmental charity Hubbub launched the first airport reusable cup trial in partnership with England’s Gatwick Airport. The trial offers drop-off points for Starbucks reusable cups throughout the international airport’s South Terminal to help cut paper cup waste and address “throw-away culture, ” says Starbucks.

How it works:

  • Starbucks customers are offered the option of having their drink in a reusable cup when they get to the register
  • Customers keep the cup for the time they are in the airport
  • Before customers board their flight, they can return their cup to one of five Cup Check-In points located throughout the terminal, including at the Starbucks store
  • Gatwick’s waste management team collects the cups, which are washed and sterilized in line with the airport’s safety standards and are returned to Starbucks ready for customer use
  • Any customer wishing to choose a disposable paper cup is still able to do so and will incur the 5-pence (6 cents) paper-cup charge that is live in all Starbucks stores

Explains Starbucks, over 5.3 million of the 7 million paper cups used at Gatwick each year are already being recycled, but as recycling requires empty cups to be placed in the dry recycling bins, Starbucks and Hubbub have identified the potential to increase reusable cup options as well as limit the number of cups used in travel hubs where on-the-go packaging is prevalent.

The aim of the trial is to put 2,000 reusable Starbucks cups in circulation throughout Gatwick’s South Terminal, which could drastically reduce the number of paper cups being used each day. For example, if only 250 customers opted for reusable each day, it could results in more than 7,000 paper cups saved in one month.

Says Jaz Rabadia MBE, UK Senior Manager of Energy and Sustainability at Starbucks, “The purpose of working with Hubbub and Gatwick is to help create a new culture of reuse on-the-go by giving customers the option of a reusable cup instead of paper for free. We are optimistic that the Cup Check-In points around the airport will provide enough places for customers to return their cups on the way to their gate, but also recognize this might not for everyone. Our goal is to save 7,000 disposable cups over the course of the month to find out the best ways to drive reuse where it is typically harder to do so—such as airports.”

According to Gatwick Airport, the trial fits well with its own circular economy ethos, which involves using as many recovered resources as possible from within the airport estate. “By redesigning and investing in new waste collection and sorting facilities, and also in training to raise awareness about its journey toward zero waste, we have so far managed to hit a waste recycling and reuse rate of 70 percent this year. This includes all empty coffee cups and plastics, and we also send zero waste to landfill,” says Rachel Thompson, Sustainability Lead, Gatwick Airport.

She adds, “There is strong public support for measures to reduce waste, and we are delighted to support one of our retailers with an innovation that can help travelers do that. We are looking forward to seeing how the trial goes and what we can learn to improve the solution.”

The trial is part of Starbucks and Hubbub’s ongoing partnership and commitment to reducing paper cup waste. After introducing a 5-pence charge on paper cups in 2018 to encourage reuse, Starbucks has donated all proceeds to Hubbub to carry out environmental projects and research that increase sustainable consumer behavior, such as this Gatwick trial


Says Hubbub CEO and co-founder Trewin Restorick, “We know that people care about waste, but it’s often hard to ‘do the right thing’ when traveling. We want to find out whether people will get on board with reusing cups if we make it easy and convenient. The airport is the ideal environment to trial a reusable cup scheme, as it is a closed-loop environment and has the potential to reduce large volumes of paper cup waste. What we learn here will provide valuable insight into how to deploy a reusable trial in not only other airports, but in many other environments.”

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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In a first-of-its kind trial, Starbucks is giving airport travelers the option of selecting a reusable cup, which they can return to a Cup Check-In site before boarding their plane.

On June 10, Starbucks and environmental charity Hubbub launched the first airport reusable cup trial in partnership with England’s Gatwick Airport. The trial offers drop-off points for Starbucks reusable cups throughout the international airport’s South Terminal to help cut paper cup waste and address “throw-away culture, ” says Starbucks.

How it works:

  • Starbucks customers are offered the option of having their drink in a reusable cup when they get to the register
  • Customers keep the cup for the time they are in the airport
  • Before customers board their flight, they can return their cup to one of five Cup Check-In points located throughout the terminal, including at the Starbucks store
  • Gatwick’s waste management team collects the cups, which are washed and sterilized in line with the airport’s safety standards and are returned to Starbucks ready for customer use
  • Any customer wishing to choose a disposable paper cup is still able to do so and will incur the 5-pence (6 cents) paper-cup charge that is live in all Starbucks stores

Explains Starbucks, over 5.3 million of the 7 million paper cups used at Gatwick each year are already being recycled, but as recycling requires empty cups to be placed in the dry recycling bins, Starbucks and Hubbub have identified the potential to increase reusable cup options as well as limit the number of cups used in travel hubs where on-the-go packaging is prevalent.

The aim of the trial is to put 2,000 reusable Starbucks cups in circulation throughout Gatwick’s South Terminal, which could drastically reduce the number of paper cups being used each day. For example, if only 250 customers opted for reusable each day, it could results in more than 7,000 paper cups saved in one month.

Says Jaz Rabadia MBE, UK Senior Manager of Energy and Sustainability at Starbucks, “The purpose of working with Hubbub and Gatwick is to help create a new culture of reuse on-the-go by giving customers the option of a reusable cup instead of paper for free. We are optimistic that the Cup Check-In points around the airport will provide enough places for customers to return their cups on the way to their gate, but also recognize this might not for everyone. Our goal is to save 7,000 disposable cups over the course of the month to find out the best ways to drive reuse where it is typically harder to do so—such as airports.”

According to Gatwick Airport, the trial fits well with its own circular economy ethos, which involves using as many recovered resources as possible from within the airport estate. “By redesigning and investing in new waste collection and sorting facilities, and also in training to raise awareness about its journey toward zero waste, we have so far managed to hit a waste recycling and reuse rate of 70 percent this year. This includes all empty coffee cups and plastics, and we also send zero waste to landfill,” says Rachel Thompson, Sustainability Lead, Gatwick Airport.

She adds, “There is strong public support for measures to reduce waste, and we are delighted to support one of our retailers with an innovation that can help travelers do that. We are looking forward to seeing how the trial goes and what we can learn to improve the solution.”

The trial is part of Starbucks and Hubbub’s ongoing partnership and commitment to reducing paper cup waste. After introducing a 5-pence charge on paper cups in 2018 to encourage reuse, Starbucks has donated all proceeds to Hubbub to carry out environmental projects and research that increase sustainable consumer behavior, such as this Gatwick trial


Says Hubbub CEO and co-founder Trewin Restorick, “We know that people care about waste, but it’s often hard to ‘do the right thing’ when traveling. We want to find out whether people will get on board with reusing cups if we make it easy and convenient. The airport is the ideal environment to trial a reusable cup scheme, as it is a closed-loop environment and has the potential to reduce large volumes of paper cup waste. What we learn here will provide valuable insight into how to deploy a reusable trial in not only other airports, but in many other environments.”

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World

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In a first-of-its kind trial, Starbucks is giving airport travelers the option of selecting a reusable cup, which they can return to a Cup Check-In site before boarding their plane.

On June 10, Starbucks and environmental charity Hubbub launched the first airport reusable cup trial in partnership with England’s Gatwick Airport. The trial offers drop-off points for Starbucks reusable cups throughout the international airport’s South Terminal to help cut paper cup waste and address “throw-away culture, ” says Starbucks.

How it works:

  • Starbucks customers are offered the option of having their drink in a reusable cup when they get to the register
  • Customers keep the cup for the time they are in the airport
  • Before customers board their flight, they can return their cup to one of five Cup Check-In points located throughout the terminal, including at the Starbucks store
  • Gatwick’s waste management team collects the cups, which are washed and sterilized in line with the airport’s safety standards and are returned to Starbucks ready for customer use
  • Any customer wishing to choose a disposable paper cup is still able to do so and will incur the 5-pence (6 cents) paper-cup charge that is live in all Starbucks stores

Explains Starbucks, over 5.3 million of the 7 million paper cups used at Gatwick each year are already being recycled, but as recycling requires empty cups to be placed in the dry recycling bins, Starbucks and Hubbub have identified the potential to increase reusable cup options as well as limit the number of cups used in travel hubs where on-the-go packaging is prevalent.

The aim of the trial is to put 2,000 reusable Starbucks cups in circulation throughout Gatwick’s South Terminal, which could drastically reduce the number of paper cups being used each day. For example, if only 250 customers opted for reusable each day, it could results in more than 7,000 paper cups saved in one month.

Says Jaz Rabadia MBE, UK Senior Manager of Energy and Sustainability at Starbucks, “The purpose of working with Hubbub and Gatwick is to help create a new culture of reuse on-the-go by giving customers the option of a reusable cup instead of paper for free. We are optimistic that the Cup Check-In points around the airport will provide enough places for customers to return their cups on the way to their gate, but also recognize this might not for everyone. Our goal is to save 7,000 disposable cups over the course of the month to find out the best ways to drive reuse where it is typically harder to do so—such as airports.”

According to Gatwick Airport, the trial fits well with its own circular economy ethos, which involves using as many recovered resources as possible from within the airport estate. “By redesigning and investing in new waste collection and sorting facilities, and also in training to raise awareness about its journey toward zero waste, we have so far managed to hit a waste recycling and reuse rate of 70 percent this year. This includes all empty coffee cups and plastics, and we also send zero waste to landfill,” says Rachel Thompson, Sustainability Lead, Gatwick Airport.

She adds, “There is strong public support for measures to reduce waste, and we are delighted to support one of our retailers with an innovation that can help travelers do that. We are looking forward to seeing how the trial goes and what we can learn to improve the solution.”

The trial is part of Starbucks and Hubbub’s ongoing partnership and commitment to reducing paper cup waste. After introducing a 5-pence charge on paper cups in 2018 to encourage reuse, Starbucks has donated all proceeds to Hubbub to carry out environmental projects and research that increase sustainable consumer behavior, such as this Gatwick trial


Says Hubbub CEO and co-founder Trewin Restorick, “We know that people care about waste, but it’s often hard to ‘do the right thing’ when traveling. We want to find out whether people will get on board with reusing cups if we make it easy and convenient. The airport is the ideal environment to trial a reusable cup scheme, as it is a closed-loop environment and has the potential to reduce large volumes of paper cup waste. What we learn here will provide valuable insight into how to deploy a reusable trial in not only other airports, but in many other environments.”

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Boulder Clean has introduced a new 230-oz bottle for its laundry detergent that incorporates 25% plant-based bioplastic.
Plant-based cleaning products company updates its laundry detergent bottle to be more sustainable, adding 25% sugarcane-based bioplastic.

Boulder Clean, a producer of plant-based laundry, dish, and surface cleaners from Boulder, CO, has partnered with Braskem to introduce a new and fittingly-sustainable package: a 230-oz bottle for its laundry detergent that incorporates 25% plant-based bioplastic in the form of Braskem’s I’m green™ Polyethylene.

Says Steve Savage, CEO of 1908 Brands and Boulder Clean, “We are elated to partner with Braskem and take advantage of their bioplastic innovation to improve the sustainability of our Boulder Clean packaging. With the integration of carbon-negative bioplastic into our latest laundry detergent container, we are taking bold action to help ensure our naturally clean products are safer for our homes and our planet.”

I’m green PE bio-based plastic is made from ethanol, a renewable and sustainable resource produced from Brazilian sugarcane. Explains Braskem, the material retains the same properties, performance, and application versatility of fossil fuel-derived PE, making it a suitable drop-in substitute for conventional oil-based PE. Cultivation of sugarcane utilized in the production of I’m green™ PE captures CO2 and releases oxygen, which means Braskem’s bioplastic has a negative carbon footprint. From a cradle-to-gate life-cycle perspective, every ton of I’m green PE used in the production of packaging equates to 3.09 tons of CO2 captured from the atmosphere.

According to Joe Jankowski, Commercial Manager for Braskem’s Renewables team in North America, Boulder Clean kept the bio-based content to 25% to manage the higher cost of the I’m green PE resin.“Boulder Clean wanted to start their sustainable packaging journey, and do so in a way that enabled them to still remain competitive. They chose to start at this amount of green PE in their 230-ounce bottle to balance the value of the premium green PE along with the beneficial environmental impact of using the resin in their packaging.”

Beginning in this month, Boulder Clean’s laundry detergent container made with I’m green PE is available in more than 50 Costco Wholesale locations in Southern California, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. The new, more sustainable bottle is fully recyclable through traditional post-consumer recycling channels.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Plant-based cleaning products company updates its laundry detergent bottle to be more sustainable, adding 25% sugarcane-based bioplastic.

Boulder Clean, a producer of plant-based laundry, dish, and surface cleaners from Boulder, CO, has partnered with Braskem to introduce a new and fittingly-sustainable package: a 230-oz bottle for its laundry detergent that incorporates 25% plant-based bioplastic in the form of Braskem’s I’m green™ Polyethylene.

Says Steve Savage, CEO of 1908 Brands and Boulder Clean, “We are elated to partner with Braskem and take advantage of their bioplastic innovation to improve the sustainability of our Boulder Clean packaging. With the integration of carbon-negative bioplastic into our latest laundry detergent container, we are taking bold action to help ensure our naturally clean products are safer for our homes and our planet.”

I’m green PE bio-based plastic is made from ethanol, a renewable and sustainable resource produced from Brazilian sugarcane. Explains Braskem, the material retains the same properties, performance, and application versatility of fossil fuel-derived PE, making it a suitable drop-in substitute for conventional oil-based PE. Cultivation of sugarcane utilized in the production of I’m green™ PE captures CO2 and releases oxygen, which means Braskem’s bioplastic has a negative carbon footprint. From a cradle-to-gate life-cycle perspective, every ton of I’m green PE used in the production of packaging equates to 3.09 tons of CO2 captured from the atmosphere.

According to Joe Jankowski, Commercial Manager for Braskem’s Renewables team in North America, Boulder Clean kept the bio-based content to 25% to manage the higher cost of the I’m green PE resin.“Boulder Clean wanted to start their sustainable packaging journey, and do so in a way that enabled them to still remain competitive. They chose to start at this amount of green PE in their 230-ounce bottle to balance the value of the premium green PE along with the beneficial environmental impact of using the resin in their packaging.”

Beginning in this month, Boulder Clean’s laundry detergent container made with I’m green PE is available in more than 50 Costco Wholesale locations in Southern California, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. The new, more sustainable bottle is fully recyclable through traditional post-consumer recycling channels.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World

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Plant-based cleaning products company updates its laundry detergent bottle to be more sustainable, adding 25% sugarcane-based bioplastic.

Boulder Clean, a producer of plant-based laundry, dish, and surface cleaners from Boulder, CO, has partnered with Braskem to introduce a new and fittingly-sustainable package: a 230-oz bottle for its laundry detergent that incorporates 25% plant-based bioplastic in the form of Braskem’s I’m green™ Polyethylene.

Says Steve Savage, CEO of 1908 Brands and Boulder Clean, “We are elated to partner with Braskem and take advantage of their bioplastic innovation to improve the sustainability of our Boulder Clean packaging. With the integration of carbon-negative bioplastic into our latest laundry detergent container, we are taking bold action to help ensure our naturally clean products are safer for our homes and our planet.”

I’m green PE bio-based plastic is made from ethanol, a renewable and sustainable resource produced from Brazilian sugarcane. Explains Braskem, the material retains the same properties, performance, and application versatility of fossil fuel-derived PE, making it a suitable drop-in substitute for conventional oil-based PE. Cultivation of sugarcane utilized in the production of I’m green™ PE captures CO2 and releases oxygen, which means Braskem’s bioplastic has a negative carbon footprint. From a cradle-to-gate life-cycle perspective, every ton of I’m green PE used in the production of packaging equates to 3.09 tons of CO2 captured from the atmosphere.

According to Joe Jankowski, Commercial Manager for Braskem’s Renewables team in North America, Boulder Clean kept the bio-based content to 25% to manage the higher cost of the I’m green PE resin.“Boulder Clean wanted to start their sustainable packaging journey, and do so in a way that enabled them to still remain competitive. They chose to start at this amount of green PE in their 230-ounce bottle to balance the value of the premium green PE along with the beneficial environmental impact of using the resin in their packaging.”

Beginning in this month, Boulder Clean’s laundry detergent container made with I’m green PE is available in more than 50 Costco Wholesale locations in Southern California, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. The new, more sustainable bottle is fully recyclable through traditional post-consumer recycling channels.

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Dynamic new first aid brand Welly uses reusable, stackable tins in a range of bold prints, patterns, and colors.
Dynamic, vibrant new first aid brand Welly, ‘for life fully lived,’ turns products such as bandages into ‘badges of honor,’ packaging them in reusable, stackable tins in a range of bold prints, patterns, and colors.

Say good-bye to the sterile, conventional design of first aid products and packaging. Eric Ryan, co-founder of household cleaning and personal care products company Method, which blazed a trail in 2000 with its style-forward packaging and eco-friendly formulas, and of disruptive, design-savvy vitamin brand Olly has turned his attention to reinvigorating the first aid category with the introduction of Welly Health PBC.

The company’s innovative, new 25-SKU first aid products line was introduced in April 2017 exclusively at Target and on Target.com. The brand comprises premium bandages and first aid products cushioned in exuberantly-decorated, stackable, and reusable tins that Welly says blend function with fun and encourage play by enabling preparedness.

Says Ryan, “When we looked at first aid options, we saw a hugely stagnant category with products that were either geared towards children or meant to blend in, hidden in a way. Healthcare and self-care are such important components to your overall lifestyle, and we wanted to apply that thinking to this everyday necessity. Cuts and scrapes are often a result of getting out into the world, exploring, and living to the fullest—that should always be celebrated.”

With playfully-named products such as Handy Bandies, Itch Fix, Oops Equipment, and Bravery Badges combined with patterned container and product designs—among them polka dots, rainbows, and leaves—Welly clearly telegraphs its philosophy that “bumps and scrapes are to be celebrated, never hidden.”

Design considerations

The Welly brand concept was the brainchild of Ryan and co-founder Doug Stukenborg, a former retail merchandising executive. “Eric has seen success in taking brands that haven’t had innovation in decades and creating disruption that adds value to the customer. Doug had worked in OTC in Target and saw the success of Eric’s approach to the vitamin category with Olly and had a huge passion for creating products that blend form and function,” explains Laura Conlon, VP Marketing for Welly Health PBC. “Together, they saw opportunities to combine premium materials with bright colors and bold designs to reach an audience that is ready to embrace their cuts and scrapes as badges of a life well lived.”

To bring their vision for a first-aid brand that puts play back into the category, the co-founders enlisted the help of branding agency Partners and Spade and structural design firm Prime Studio. From concept to store shelf, the project took just over a year to complete.

Explains Stukenborg, Welly’s unique packaging format of a tin with lid was created in response to consumer comments that, with traditional first aid products, “they often did not have what they needed when and where they needed it.” He adds, “We saw an opportunity to improve portability, storability, and findability through thoughtful packaging innovations.”

Prime Studio took the lead on designing the secondary packaging, considering many different requirements before choosing the final format. “We knew we wanted to incorporate modularity, but the question was how much should it drive structural design?” says Prime Studio founder Stuart Harvey Lee. “We also considered different use case scenarios—home, office, travel—as well as different possible storage cases—drawer, medicine cabinet, gym bag—and the different requirements for each case.”

Prime Studio also considered how iconic the design should be. “We wanted something instantly recognizable but not at the expense of efficiency and ease of use, while also considering efficiency at retail, both in terms of ease of planogramming and product navigation for the consumer,” Lee says.

Also high on the list was the selection of appropriate materials. “We knew we wanted to develop structural packaging that was more premium and consumer friendly than a paperboard box, but the question was, just how premium was appropriate?” Lee adds.

Several different packaging materials were evaluated, including molded pulp and tin/pulp hybrids. Plastic was a non-starter, Lee says, “because it didn’t sit well with the feeling the brand was trying to cultivate.” Ultimately, the idea of a tin exterior coupled with molded-pulp inserts to aid with product organization and an enhanced user experience won over all parties involved with the project.

Tin container ticks all the boxes

Nostalgia, modularity, stackability, findability, premium aesthetics, reusability, sustainability, and portable, on-the-go convenience: the tin container met all of Welly’s requirements, and more. “The tin has a long history in the first aid world, which unfortunately has disappeared for the most part,” says Lee. “We wanted to bring back that magic and develop a package that people would actually repurpose and reuse rather than recycle.”

For shelf-impact, the container can be decorated in many ways. It is also waterproof and sturdy enough to throw in a purse or glove compartment. Says Conlon, “Being able to use the tin and organization systems to easily bring first aid supplies on adventures or have them organized at home was a clear home run for the consumer.”

Two tin sizes were developed: a full tin, measuring approximately 3.75 in. L x 3.75 in. W x 1.5 in. H, and a half tin, which is approximately 4 in. L x 1.5 in. W x 1.5 in. H. The lid for the full-size tin is removable, while the lid for the half-size container is hinged—a feature Prime Studio deemed best through prototyping.

Debossing and embossing enable stackability of the full tins. On the top is a debossed shape of an X with rounded edges—the Welly brandmark—which Lee says has many meanings. “It is derived from the classic red first aid cross, but it can also mean a kiss, as in ‘kiss it better,’” he explains. Embossed within the X shape is the Welly logo mark. The bottom of the tin is embossed with the same X, allowing it to fit nicely on top of another tin within the debossed area. For the half tin, the Welly logo is embossed on the top of the container.

Inside the containers, custom molded-fiber inserts organize and hold the products in place. Says Stukenborg, “The stackable nature of our tins helps people navigate to what they need. Inside the tins, we separate sizes to help them quickly find the right bandage for the current need.”

According to Lee, while the idea of stackable tins sounds simple—“because it is”—it took a tremendous amount of work to optimize the form factor to work with such a wide variety of contents.

Vibrant, playful presentation

Collaborating closely with Prime Studio and Welly Health PBC, Partners and Spade designed all the graphics and patterns for the brand. According to founder Anthony Sperduti, the firm was “inspired by the vibrant colors of the outdoors and a general overall exuberance and optimism.”

With 25 SKUs, the colors cover the spectrum, from bright tones of blue, orange, brown, purple, red, and yellow to more subdued hues such as beige, mint green, and pale pink and blue, among others. Patterns vary as well. For example, they include stripes (Bumper Stickers), polka dots (Handy Bandies), flowers (Bravery Badges standard bandages), and a rainbow and cloud design (Kids Bravery Badges). A number of tins are also solid in color. Products inside each tin reflect the patterns and colors used for the outer package.

A paperboard sleeve wraps each tin and is decorated with the Welly logo mark, illustrations of the products inside, and product information. Says Sperduti, the logo mark, which uses lower-case letters in a script-like font, was designed to give a slight nod to the past, in the same way the tin does. “It speaks to the well-crafted, premium nature of the brand,” he notes.

On two side panels of the tin, the container is decorated with icons that illustrate the products held within, along with a description of the contents, printed in white. When the tins are stacked in a medicine cabinet, for example, these descriptors make it easy for consumers to navigate to the right product.

The tins are printed in two to six colors, depending on the product, plus a secondary gloss coating, which gives the containers a smooth, premium feel. TinWerks supplies the tins.

Target market

In the tradition of Method and Olly, Welly is initially being sold exclusively through Target and Target.com. Explains Conlon, “This allows us to make a bigger impact with one audience, learn from what people want, and move forward. We’ve been able to bring a really robust experience to the Target guest with beautiful endcaps, a wide assortment of products, and detailed information online at Target.com. While Welly is uniquely instagrammable, it is also a wonderful product to discover in a brick-and-mortar store.”

Target is equally as pleased with the exclusivity. Said Christina Hennington, Target’s Senior Vice President, General Merchandise Manager, Essentials, Beauty, Hardlines and Services, at the time Welly was launched, “We have a history of bringing innovative products to market with the team behind Welly—first with Method in 2002, and later with Olly in 2016. The introduction of Welly into our assortment is another example of how we’re continuing to differentiate our Essentials business with products we know our guests will love.” PW

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Dynamic, vibrant new first aid brand Welly, ‘for life fully lived,’ turns products such as bandages into ‘badges of honor,’ packaging them in reusable, stackable tins in a range of bold prints, patterns, and colors.

Say good-bye to the sterile, conventional design of first aid products and packaging. Eric Ryan, co-founder of household cleaning and personal care products company Method, which blazed a trail in 2000 with its style-forward packaging and eco-friendly formulas, and of disruptive, design-savvy vitamin brand Olly has turned his attention to reinvigorating the first aid category with the introduction of Welly Health PBC.

The company’s innovative, new 25-SKU first aid products line was introduced in April 2017 exclusively at Target and on Target.com. The brand comprises premium bandages and first aid products cushioned in exuberantly-decorated, stackable, and reusable tins that Welly says blend function with fun and encourage play by enabling preparedness.

Says Ryan, “When we looked at first aid options, we saw a hugely stagnant category with products that were either geared towards children or meant to blend in, hidden in a way. Healthcare and self-care are such important components to your overall lifestyle, and we wanted to apply that thinking to this everyday necessity. Cuts and scrapes are often a result of getting out into the world, exploring, and living to the fullest—that should always be celebrated.”

With playfully-named products such as Handy Bandies, Itch Fix, Oops Equipment, and Bravery Badges combined with patterned container and product designs—among them polka dots, rainbows, and leaves—Welly clearly telegraphs its philosophy that “bumps and scrapes are to be celebrated, never hidden.”

Design considerations

The Welly brand concept was the brainchild of Ryan and co-founder Doug Stukenborg, a former retail merchandising executive. “Eric has seen success in taking brands that haven’t had innovation in decades and creating disruption that adds value to the customer. Doug had worked in OTC in Target and saw the success of Eric’s approach to the vitamin category with Olly and had a huge passion for creating products that blend form and function,” explains Laura Conlon, VP Marketing for Welly Health PBC. “Together, they saw opportunities to combine premium materials with bright colors and bold designs to reach an audience that is ready to embrace their cuts and scrapes as badges of a life well lived.”

To bring their vision for a first-aid brand that puts play back into the category, the co-founders enlisted the help of branding agency Partners and Spade and structural design firm Prime Studio. From concept to store shelf, the project took just over a year to complete.

Explains Stukenborg, Welly’s unique packaging format of a tin with lid was created in response to consumer comments that, with traditional first aid products, “they often did not have what they needed when and where they needed it.” He adds, “We saw an opportunity to improve portability, storability, and findability through thoughtful packaging innovations.”

Prime Studio took the lead on designing the secondary packaging, considering many different requirements before choosing the final format. “We knew we wanted to incorporate modularity, but the question was how much should it drive structural design?” says Prime Studio founder Stuart Harvey Lee. “We also considered different use case scenarios—home, office, travel—as well as different possible storage cases—drawer, medicine cabinet, gym bag—and the different requirements for each case.”

Prime Studio also considered how iconic the design should be. “We wanted something instantly recognizable but not at the expense of efficiency and ease of use, while also considering efficiency at retail, both in terms of ease of planogramming and product navigation for the consumer,” Lee says.

Also high on the list was the selection of appropriate materials. “We knew we wanted to develop structural packaging that was more premium and consumer friendly than a paperboard box, but the question was, just how premium was appropriate?” Lee adds.

Several different packaging materials were evaluated, including molded pulp and tin/pulp hybrids. Plastic was a non-starter, Lee says, “because it didn’t sit well with the feeling the brand was trying to cultivate.” Ultimately, the idea of a tin exterior coupled with molded-pulp inserts to aid with product organization and an enhanced user experience won over all parties involved with the project.

Tin container ticks all the boxes

Nostalgia, modularity, stackability, findability, premium aesthetics, reusability, sustainability, and portable, on-the-go convenience: the tin container met all of Welly’s requirements, and more. “The tin has a long history in the first aid world, which unfortunately has disappeared for the most part,” says Lee. “We wanted to bring back that magic and develop a package that people would actually repurpose and reuse rather than recycle.”

For shelf-impact, the container can be decorated in many ways. It is also waterproof and sturdy enough to throw in a purse or glove compartment. Says Conlon, “Being able to use the tin and organization systems to easily bring first aid supplies on adventures or have them organized at home was a clear home run for the consumer.”

Two tin sizes were developed: a full tin, measuring approximately 3.75 in. L x 3.75 in. W x 1.5 in. H, and a half tin, which is approximately 4 in. L x 1.5 in. W x 1.5 in. H. The lid for the full-size tin is removable, while the lid for the half-size container is hinged—a feature Prime Studio deemed best through prototyping.

Debossing and embossing enable stackability of the full tins. On the top is a debossed shape of an X with rounded edges—the Welly brandmark—which Lee says has many meanings. “It is derived from the classic red first aid cross, but it can also mean a kiss, as in ‘kiss it better,’” he explains. Embossed within the X shape is the Welly logo mark. The bottom of the tin is embossed with the same X, allowing it to fit nicely on top of another tin within the debossed area. For the half tin, the Welly logo is embossed on the top of the container.

Inside the containers, custom molded-fiber inserts organize and hold the products in place. Says Stukenborg, “The stackable nature of our tins helps people navigate to what they need. Inside the tins, we separate sizes to help them quickly find the right bandage for the current need.”

According to Lee, while the idea of stackable tins sounds simple—“because it is”—it took a tremendous amount of work to optimize the form factor to work with such a wide variety of contents.

Vibrant, playful presentation

Collaborating closely with Prime Studio and Welly Health PBC, Partners and Spade designed all the graphics and patterns for the brand. According to founder Anthony Sperduti, the firm was “inspired by the vibrant colors of the outdoors and a general overall exuberance and optimism.”

With 25 SKUs, the colors cover the spectrum, from bright tones of blue, orange, brown, purple, red, and yellow to more subdued hues such as beige, mint green, and pale pink and blue, among others. Patterns vary as well. For example, they include stripes (Bumper Stickers), polka dots (Handy Bandies), flowers (Bravery Badges standard bandages), and a rainbow and cloud design (Kids Bravery Badges). A number of tins are also solid in color. Products inside each tin reflect the patterns and colors used for the outer package.

A paperboard sleeve wraps each tin and is decorated with the Welly logo mark, illustrations of the products inside, and product information. Says Sperduti, the logo mark, which uses lower-case letters in a script-like font, was designed to give a slight nod to the past, in the same way the tin does. “It speaks to the well-crafted, premium nature of the brand,” he notes.

On two side panels of the tin, the container is decorated with icons that illustrate the products held within, along with a description of the contents, printed in white. When the tins are stacked in a medicine cabinet, for example, these descriptors make it easy for consumers to navigate to the right product.

The tins are printed in two to six colors, depending on the product, plus a secondary gloss coating, which gives the containers a smooth, premium feel. TinWerks supplies the tins.

Target market

In the tradition of Method and Olly, Welly is initially being sold exclusively through Target and Target.com. Explains Conlon, “This allows us to make a bigger impact with one audience, learn from what people want, and move forward. We’ve been able to bring a really robust experience to the Target guest with beautiful endcaps, a wide assortment of products, and detailed information online at Target.com. While Welly is uniquely instagrammable, it is also a wonderful product to discover in a brick-and-mortar store.”

Target is equally as pleased with the exclusivity. Said Christina Hennington, Target’s Senior Vice President, General Merchandise Manager, Essentials, Beauty, Hardlines and Services, at the time Welly was launched, “We have a history of bringing innovative products to market with the team behind Welly—first with Method in 2002, and later with Olly in 2016. The introduction of Welly into our assortment is another example of how we’re continuing to differentiate our Essentials business with products we know our guests will love.” PW

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World

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Co-creator of Method and Olly disrupts the first aid category
Dynamic, vibrant new first aid brand Welly, ‘for life fully lived,’ turns products such as bandages into ‘badges of honor,’ packaging them in reusable, stackable tins in a range of bold prints, patterns, and colors.

Say good-bye to the sterile, conventional design of first aid products and packaging. Eric Ryan, co-founder of household cleaning and personal care products company Method, which blazed a trail in 2000 with its style-forward packaging and eco-friendly formulas, and of disruptive, design-savvy vitamin brand Olly has turned his attention to reinvigorating the first aid category with the introduction of Welly Health PBC.

The company’s innovative, new 25-SKU first aid products line was introduced in April 2017 exclusively at Target and on Target.com. The brand comprises premium bandages and first aid products cushioned in exuberantly-decorated, stackable, and reusable tins that Welly says blend function with fun and encourage play by enabling preparedness.

Says Ryan, “When we looked at first aid options, we saw a hugely stagnant category with products that were either geared towards children or meant to blend in, hidden in a way. Healthcare and self-care are such important components to your overall lifestyle, and we wanted to apply that thinking to this everyday necessity. Cuts and scrapes are often a result of getting out into the world, exploring, and living to the fullest—that should always be celebrated.”

With playfully-named products such as Handy Bandies, Itch Fix, Oops Equipment, and Bravery Badges combined with patterned container and product designs—among them polka dots, rainbows, and leaves—Welly clearly telegraphs its philosophy that “bumps and scrapes are to be celebrated, never hidden.”

Design considerations

The Welly brand concept was the brainchild of Ryan and co-founder Doug Stukenborg, a former retail merchandising executive. “Eric has seen success in taking brands that haven’t had innovation in decades and creating disruption that adds value to the customer. Doug had worked in OTC in Target and saw the success of Eric’s approach to the vitamin category with Olly and had a huge passion for creating products that blend form and function,” explains Laura Conlon, VP Marketing for Welly Health PBC. “Together, they saw opportunities to combine premium materials with bright colors and bold designs to reach an audience that is ready to embrace their cuts and scrapes as badges of a life well lived.”

To bring their vision for a first-aid brand that puts play back into the category, the co-founders enlisted the help of branding agency Partners and Spade and structural design firm Prime Studio. From concept to store shelf, the project took just over a year to complete.

Explains Stukenborg, Welly’s unique packaging format of a tin with lid was created in response to consumer comments that, with traditional first aid products, “they often did not have what they needed when and where they needed it.” He adds, “We saw an opportunity to improve portability, storability, and findability through thoughtful packaging innovations.”

Prime Studio took the lead on designing the secondary packaging, considering many different requirements before choosing the final format. “We knew we wanted to incorporate modularity, but the question was how much should it drive structural design?” says Prime Studio founder Stuart Harvey Lee. “We also considered different use case scenarios—home, office, travel—as well as different possible storage cases—drawer, medicine cabinet, gym bag—and the different requirements for each case.”

Prime Studio also considered how iconic the design should be. “We wanted something instantly recognizable but not at the expense of efficiency and ease of use, while also considering efficiency at retail, both in terms of ease of planogramming and product navigation for the consumer,” Lee says.

Also high on the list was the selection of appropriate materials. “We knew we wanted to develop structural packaging that was more premium and consumer friendly than a paperboard box, but the question was, just how premium was appropriate?” Lee adds.

Several different packaging materials were evaluated, including molded pulp and tin/pulp hybrids. Plastic was a non-starter, Lee says, “because it didn’t sit well with the feeling the brand was trying to cultivate.” Ultimately, the idea of a tin exterior coupled with molded-pulp inserts to aid with product organization and an enhanced user experience won over all parties involved with the project.

Tin container ticks all the boxes

Nostalgia, modularity, stackability, findability, premium aesthetics, reusability, sustainability, and portable, on-the-go convenience: the tin container met all of Welly’s requirements, and more. “The tin has a long history in the first aid world, which unfortunately has disappeared for the most part,” says Lee. “We wanted to bring back that magic and develop a package that people would actually repurpose and reuse rather than recycle.”

For shelf-impact, the container can be decorated in many ways. It is also waterproof and sturdy enough to throw in a purse or glove compartment. Says Conlon, “Being able to use the tin and organization systems to easily bring first aid supplies on adventures or have them organized at home was a clear home run for the consumer.”

Two tin sizes were developed: a full tin, measuring approximately 3.75 in. L x 3.75 in. W x 1.5 in. H, and a half tin, which is approximately 4 in. L x 1.5 in. W x 1.5 in. H. The lid for the full-size tin is removable, while the lid for the half-size container is hinged—a feature Prime Studio deemed best through prototyping.

Debossing and embossing enable stackability of the full tins. On the top is a debossed shape of an X with rounded edges—the Welly brandmark—which Lee says has many meanings. “It is derived from the classic red first aid cross, but it can also mean a kiss, as in ‘kiss it better,’” he explains. Embossed within the X shape is the Welly logo mark. The bottom of the tin is embossed with the same X, allowing it to fit nicely on top of another tin within the debossed area. For the half tin, the Welly logo is embossed on the top of the container.

Inside the containers, custom molded-fiber inserts organize and hold the products in place. Says Stukenborg, “The stackable nature of our tins helps people navigate to what they need. Inside the tins, we separate sizes to help them quickly find the right bandage for the current need.”

According to Lee, while the idea of stackable tins sounds simple—“because it is”—it took a tremendous amount of work to optimize the form factor to work with such a wide variety of contents.

Vibrant, playful presentation

Collaborating closely with Prime Studio and Welly Health PBC, Partners and Spade designed all the graphics and patterns for the brand. According to founder Anthony Sperduti, the firm was “inspired by the vibrant colors of the outdoors and a general overall exuberance and optimism.”

With 25 SKUs, the colors cover the spectrum, from bright tones of blue, orange, brown, purple, red, and yellow to more subdued hues such as beige, mint green, and pale pink and blue, among others. Patterns vary as well. For example, they include stripes (Bumper Stickers), polka dots (Handy Bandies), flowers (Bravery Badges standard bandages), and a rainbow and cloud design (Kids Bravery Badges). A number of tins are also solid in color. Products inside each tin reflect the patterns and colors used for the outer package.

A paperboard sleeve wraps each tin and is decorated with the Welly logo mark, illustrations of the products inside, and product information. Says Sperduti, the logo mark, which uses lower-case letters in a script-like font, was designed to give a slight nod to the past, in the same way the tin does. “It speaks to the well-crafted, premium nature of the brand,” he notes.

On two side panels of the tin, the container is decorated with icons that illustrate the products held within, along with a description of the contents, printed in white. When the tins are stacked in a medicine cabinet, for example, these descriptors make it easy for consumers to navigate to the right product.

The tins are printed in two to six colors, depending on the product, plus a secondary gloss coating, which gives the containers a smooth, premium feel. TinWerks supplies the tins.

Target market

In the tradition of Method and Olly, Welly is initially being sold exclusively through Target and Target.com. Explains Conlon, “This allows us to make a bigger impact with one audience, learn from what people want, and move forward. We’ve been able to bring a really robust experience to the Target guest with beautiful endcaps, a wide assortment of products, and detailed information online at Target.com. While Welly is uniquely instagrammable, it is also a wonderful product to discover in a brick-and-mortar store.”

Target is equally as pleased with the exclusivity. Said Christina Hennington, Target’s Senior Vice President, General Merchandise Manager, Essentials, Beauty, Hardlines and Services, at the time Welly was launched, “We have a history of bringing innovative products to market with the team behind Welly—first with Method in 2002, and later with Olly in 2016. The introduction of Welly into our assortment is another example of how we’re continuing to differentiate our Essentials business with products we know our guests will love.” PW

Anne Marie Mohan
Senior Editor, Packaging World
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Colgate’s new recyclable tube first to be recognized by Association of Plastic Recyclers

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Colgate's recyclable toothpaste tube
Colgate finalized the design of a first-of-its kind recyclable toothpaste tube that sets a new standard in the industry.

The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) last week announced its recognition of a new recyclable toothpaste tube by Colgate–an essential step in bringing it to the public. The Colgate design is the first oral care or personal care tube to earn APR recognition for recyclability. 

Under development for more than five years, the tube will debut under the company’s Tom’s of Maine brand in the U.S. in 2020. Roll out to select global markets under the Colgate brand will follow. The company plans to fully convert to recyclable tubes by 2025, when all of its products will be in 100% recyclable packaging.

“Building a future to smile about means finding new packaging solutions that are better for the planet, but until now there hasn’t been a way to make toothpaste tubes part of the recycling stream,” says Justin Skala, Executive Vice President, Chief Growth & Strategy Officer for Colgate-Palmolive. “Once we’ve proven the new tube with consumers, we intend to offer the technology to the makers of plastic tubes for all kinds of products. By encouraging others to use this technology, we can have an even bigger impact and increase the long-term market viability of this solution.”

Plastic tubes are a popular choice in a varied range of product categories – from cosmetics and personal care products to pharmaceuticals and food. Toothpaste alone accounts for an estimated 20 billion tubes annually around the world.

“The Association of Plastic Recyclers appreciated the opportunity to partner with Colgate on this important project," said APR President Steve Alexander. "Tubes are one of the most widely used forms of plastic packaging that still cannot be recycled. There is a lot of work ahead, but we believe Colgate is off to a great start.”

Development of the recyclable tube
Most toothpaste tubes are made from sheets of plastic laminate – usually a combination of different plastics – often sandwiched around a thin layer of aluminum that protects the toothpaste’s flavor and fluoride. The mix of materials is pressed together into a single film, making it impossible to recycle through conventional methods.

To make a recyclable tube, Colgate chose high-density polyethylene (HDPE), the widely recycled “No. 2” plastic popular for bottle making. But because HDPE is rigid, it isn’t well suited for ultra-thin laminate sheets and soft, squeezable tubes.

Colgate’s “Eureka” moment came when company packaging engineers working at its Piscataway, NJ, technology campus recognized that they could use more than one grade of HDPE in their designs. The team then tested a dozen different combinations–using from six to 20 layers –to find the recipe that allows people to comfortably squeeze out all the toothpaste, protects the integrity of the product, and meets the demands of high-speed production.

To achieve APR recognition, Colgate also conducted tests to show that its toothpaste tube could navigate the screens and conveyor belts at the critically important Materials Recovery Facilities that sort recyclables. Colgate used Radio Frequency Identification tags to track the tubes and prove they would be properly sorted with plastic bottles. And to demonstrate that the recyclable tube material could be repurposed after recycling – another critical part of gaining APR recognition – the company ground up the tubes to successfully make new plastic bottles.

Building support for recycling the tube
Making a recyclable tube is only part of the challenge. While APR provides guidelines for recyclability in North America, Colgate will need to engage similar organizations in other parts of the world as it expands use of its new tube. It must also build awareness and support among other recycling stakeholders: the Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs) that sort recyclables, the reclaimers that produce resin from recycled plastic, the municipalities that operate recycling programs, and others.

The company has help. It is already partnering with several groups, including More Recycling, a data and technology firm that works with companies and others to navigate the recycling infrastructure and support sustainable choices; and The Recycling Partnership, which provides grants, technical assistance and communication support to states, cities and communities to help residents recycle more and recycle better.

“Colgate people are excited about this challenge and meeting our goal of 100% recyclable packaging,” says Ann Tracy, Vice President Global Sustainability, EOHS and Supply Chain Strategy. “We’re committed to using less plastic–and more recycled material–in our packaging. We’re helping to strengthen recycling by supporting the Closed Loop Fund and other efforts. And we’re exploring new ingredients and models, including TerraCycle’s Loop™ initiative for reusable, refillable packaging.”

Matt Reynolds
Editor
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Colgate finalized the design of a first-of-its kind recyclable toothpaste tube that sets a new standard in the industry.

The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) last week announced its recognition of a new recyclable toothpaste tube by Colgate–an essential step in bringing it to the public. The Colgate design is the first oral care or personal care tube to earn APR recognition for recyclability. 

Under development for more than five years, the tube will debut under the company’s Tom’s of Maine brand in the U.S. in 2020. Roll out to select global markets under the Colgate brand will follow. The company plans to fully convert to recyclable tubes by 2025, when all of its products will be in 100% recyclable packaging.

“Building a future to smile about means finding new packaging solutions that are better for the planet, but until now there hasn’t been a way to make toothpaste tubes part of the recycling stream,” says Justin Skala, Executive Vice President, Chief Growth & Strategy Officer for Colgate-Palmolive. “Once we’ve proven the new tube with consumers, we intend to offer the technology to the makers of plastic tubes for all kinds of products. By encouraging others to use this technology, we can have an even bigger impact and increase the long-term market viability of this solution.”

Plastic tubes are a popular choice in a varied range of product categories – from cosmetics and personal care products to pharmaceuticals and food. Toothpaste alone accounts for an estimated 20 billion tubes annually around the world.

“The Association of Plastic Recyclers appreciated the opportunity to partner with Colgate on this important project," said APR President Steve Alexander. "Tubes are one of the most widely used forms of plastic packaging that still cannot be recycled. There is a lot of work ahead, but we believe Colgate is off to a great start.”

Development of the recyclable tube
Most toothpaste tubes are made from sheets of plastic laminate – usually a combination of different plastics – often sandwiched around a thin layer of aluminum that protects the toothpaste’s flavor and fluoride. The mix of materials is pressed together into a single film, making it impossible to recycle through conventional methods.

To make a recyclable tube, Colgate chose high-density polyethylene (HDPE), the widely recycled “No. 2” plastic popular for bottle making. But because HDPE is rigid, it isn’t well suited for ultra-thin laminate sheets and soft, squeezable tubes.

Colgate’s “Eureka” moment came when company packaging engineers working at its Piscataway, NJ, technology campus recognized that they could use more than one grade of HDPE in their designs. The team then tested a dozen different combinations–using from six to 20 layers –to find the recipe that allows people to comfortably squeeze out all the toothpaste, protects the integrity of the product, and meets the demands of high-speed production.

To achieve APR recognition, Colgate also conducted tests to show that its toothpaste tube could navigate the screens and conveyor belts at the critically important Materials Recovery Facilities that sort recyclables. Colgate used Radio Frequency Identification tags to track the tubes and prove they would be properly sorted with plastic bottles. And to demonstrate that the recyclable tube material could be repurposed after recycling – another critical part of gaining APR recognition – the company ground up the tubes to successfully make new plastic bottles.

Building support for recycling the tube
Making a recyclable tube is only part of the challenge. While APR provides guidelines for recyclability in North America, Colgate will need to engage similar organizations in other parts of the world as it expands use of its new tube. It must also build awareness and support among other recycling stakeholders: the Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs) that sort recyclables, the reclaimers that produce resin from recycled plastic, the municipalities that operate recycling programs, and others.

The company has help. It is already partnering with several groups, including More Recycling, a data and technology firm that works with companies and others to navigate the recycling infrastructure and support sustainable choices; and The Recycling Partnership, which provides grants, technical assistance and communication support to states, cities and communities to help residents recycle more and recycle better.

“Colgate people are excited about this challenge and meeting our goal of 100% recyclable packaging,” says Ann Tracy, Vice President Global Sustainability, EOHS and Supply Chain Strategy. “We’re committed to using less plastic–and more recycled material–in our packaging. We’re helping to strengthen recycling by supporting the Closed Loop Fund and other efforts. And we’re exploring new ingredients and models, including TerraCycle’s Loop™ initiative for reusable, refillable packaging.”

Matt Reynolds
Editor

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Colgate’s new recyclable tube first to be recognized by Association of Plastic Recyclers
Colgate finalized the design of a first-of-its kind recyclable toothpaste tube that sets a new standard in the industry.

The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) last week announced its recognition of a new recyclable toothpaste tube by Colgate–an essential step in bringing it to the public. The Colgate design is the first oral care or personal care tube to earn APR recognition for recyclability. 

Under development for more than five years, the tube will debut under the company’s Tom’s of Maine brand in the U.S. in 2020. Roll out to select global markets under the Colgate brand will follow. The company plans to fully convert to recyclable tubes by 2025, when all of its products will be in 100% recyclable packaging.

“Building a future to smile about means finding new packaging solutions that are better for the planet, but until now there hasn’t been a way to make toothpaste tubes part of the recycling stream,” says Justin Skala, Executive Vice President, Chief Growth & Strategy Officer for Colgate-Palmolive. “Once we’ve proven the new tube with consumers, we intend to offer the technology to the makers of plastic tubes for all kinds of products. By encouraging others to use this technology, we can have an even bigger impact and increase the long-term market viability of this solution.”

Plastic tubes are a popular choice in a varied range of product categories – from cosmetics and personal care products to pharmaceuticals and food. Toothpaste alone accounts for an estimated 20 billion tubes annually around the world.

“The Association of Plastic Recyclers appreciated the opportunity to partner with Colgate on this important project," said APR President Steve Alexander. "Tubes are one of the most widely used forms of plastic packaging that still cannot be recycled. There is a lot of work ahead, but we believe Colgate is off to a great start.”

Development of the recyclable tube
Most toothpaste tubes are made from sheets of plastic laminate – usually a combination of different plastics – often sandwiched around a thin layer of aluminum that protects the toothpaste’s flavor and fluoride. The mix of materials is pressed together into a single film, making it impossible to recycle through conventional methods.

To make a recyclable tube, Colgate chose high-density polyethylene (HDPE), the widely recycled “No. 2” plastic popular for bottle making. But because HDPE is rigid, it isn’t well suited for ultra-thin laminate sheets and soft, squeezable tubes.

Colgate’s “Eureka” moment came when company packaging engineers working at its Piscataway, NJ, technology campus recognized that they could use more than one grade of HDPE in their designs. The team then tested a dozen different combinations–using from six to 20 layers –to find the recipe that allows people to comfortably squeeze out all the toothpaste, protects the integrity of the product, and meets the demands of high-speed production.

To achieve APR recognition, Colgate also conducted tests to show that its toothpaste tube could navigate the screens and conveyor belts at the critically important Materials Recovery Facilities that sort recyclables. Colgate used Radio Frequency Identification tags to track the tubes and prove they would be properly sorted with plastic bottles. And to demonstrate that the recyclable tube material could be repurposed after recycling – another critical part of gaining APR recognition – the company ground up the tubes to successfully make new plastic bottles.

Building support for recycling the tube
Making a recyclable tube is only part of the challenge. While APR provides guidelines for recyclability in North America, Colgate will need to engage similar organizations in other parts of the world as it expands use of its new tube. It must also build awareness and support among other recycling stakeholders: the Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs) that sort recyclables, the reclaimers that produce resin from recycled plastic, the municipalities that operate recycling programs, and others.

The company has help. It is already partnering with several groups, including More Recycling, a data and technology firm that works with companies and others to navigate the recycling infrastructure and support sustainable choices; and The Recycling Partnership, which provides grants, technical assistance and communication support to states, cities and communities to help residents recycle more and recycle better.

“Colgate people are excited about this challenge and meeting our goal of 100% recyclable packaging,” says Ann Tracy, Vice President Global Sustainability, EOHS and Supply Chain Strategy. “We’re committed to using less plastic–and more recycled material–in our packaging. We’re helping to strengthen recycling by supporting the Closed Loop Fund and other efforts. And we’re exploring new ingredients and models, including TerraCycle’s Loop™ initiative for reusable, refillable packaging.”

Matt Reynolds
Editor
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InkJet’s RightScan, a replacement ink for Trident’s ScanTrue II, is now available in one-quart bottles.

InkJet, a supplier of industrial fluids and printers, introduced its RightScan replacement ink for Trident’sScanTrue II ink a year ago, as a cost-effective and user-friendly alternative to the original equipment manufacturer. The company presently announces that the ink is now available in one-quart bottles.

 

InkJet’s RightScan product is a black oil-based pigment ink that serves as a direct replacement for Trident ScanTrue II ink used for case coding, barcodes, and corrugated cartons. RightScan ink is compatible with Trident printheads, and it is mineral oil free. It is designed to offer dark, crisp print on substrates, and print verifiable barcodes with greater edge definition while minimizing ink bleed on porous substrates. The product is designed to not require flushing. The print has good light fastness and wet fastness once dried andprovides excellent infrared readability for scanning, according to the company.

 

RightScan ink can replace Diagraph, Foxjet, Mathewsand other ScanTrue II ink printers.

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InkJet’s RightScan, a replacement ink for Trident’s ScanTrue II, is now available in one-quart bottles.

InkJet, a supplier of industrial fluids and printers, introduced its RightScan replacement ink for Trident’sScanTrue II ink a year ago, as a cost-effective and user-friendly alternative to the original equipment manufacturer. The company presently announces that the ink is now available in one-quart bottles.

 

InkJet’s RightScan product is a black oil-based pigment ink that serves as a direct replacement for Trident ScanTrue II ink used for case coding, barcodes, and corrugated cartons. RightScan ink is compatible with Trident printheads, and it is mineral oil free. It is designed to offer dark, crisp print on substrates, and print verifiable barcodes with greater edge definition while minimizing ink bleed on porous substrates. The product is designed to not require flushing. The print has good light fastness and wet fastness once dried andprovides excellent infrared readability for scanning, according to the company.

 

RightScan ink can replace Diagraph, Foxjet, Mathewsand other ScanTrue II ink printers.

Melissa Griffen
Editorial Intern
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La tecnología HALO respalda el logro de los requerimientos de calidad en los puntos críticos de control de las líneas, y su empleo se ajusta de manera óptima a aquellas aplicaciones en las que la realización de pruebas manuales de un detector debe hacerse en condiciones difíciles de posición, acceso al flujo de los productos o condiciones ambientales adversas.

Fortress Technology destaca los ahorros sustanciales en tiempo y dinero que se derivan del empleo de HALO, al igual que obtención de resultados precisos y consistentes. La solución ejecuta las pruebas mediante el simple accionamiento de un botón y suprime los riesgos de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo. Gracias a que detecta con rapidez cualquier problema que se presente y reduce al mínimo el tiempo de inactividad el sistema HALO permite un mejoramiento sustancial de la productividad y el rendimiento en las operaciones de procesamiento y empaque.

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Fortress Technology destaca los ahorros sustanciales en tiempo y dinero que se derivan del empleo de HALO, al igual que obtención de resultados precisos y consistentes. La solución ejecuta las pruebas mediante el simple accionamiento de un botón y suprime los riesgos de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo. Gracias a que detecta con rapidez cualquier problema que se presente y reduce al mínimo el tiempo de inactividad el sistema HALO permite un mejoramiento sustancial de la productividad y el rendimiento en las operaciones de procesamiento y empaque.

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La tecnología HALO respalda el logro de los requerimientos de calidad en los puntos críticos de control de las líneas, y su empleo se ajusta de manera óptima a aquellas aplicaciones en las que la realización de pruebas manuales de un detector debe hacerse en condiciones difíciles de posición, acceso al flujo de los productos o condiciones ambientales adversas.

Fortress Technology destaca los ahorros sustanciales en tiempo y dinero que se derivan del empleo de HALO, al igual que obtención de resultados precisos y consistentes. La solución ejecuta las pruebas mediante el simple accionamiento de un botón y suprime los riesgos de seguridad en el lugar de trabajo. Gracias a que detecta con rapidez cualquier problema que se presente y reduce al mínimo el tiempo de inactividad el sistema HALO permite un mejoramiento sustancial de la productividad y el rendimiento en las operaciones de procesamiento y empaque.

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In-mold label has EVOH to provide oxygen barrier.
Scarpetta sauces take advantage of an in-mold label (IML) that includes in its makeup a layer of EVOH for barrier purposes, thus permitting the firm to merchandise its sauces at room temperature.

Scarpetta sauces are recognizable for their incredible freshness and flavors. They’re healthy, natural, full of nutrients, and delicious. There was just one problem when they hit the shelves: any oxygen entering a package would turn the sauce bad. Refrigerating the sauce or adding preservatives are both options that could help to stave off the inevitable, but they adversely affect the taste and quality. Fortunately, Scarpetta found the solution they were looking for.

Paolo Volpati-Kedra, CEO of Lynn, MA-based BC Gourmet USA Inc., the company behind the Scarpetta brand, was determined to find a way to capture the authentic tastes and aromas of home cooking. “We were using citric acid to maintain freshness,” he says. “It took something away from the taste of the sauce though. We knew there had to be a way to bring it back.”

The solution was a combination of innovative technologies: the 410 Plus+ container from Berry Global (www.berryglobal.com) and the Oxygen Barrier IML labels developed by Verstraete IML (www.verstraete-iml.com).

When Volpati-Kedra was looking for a suitable solution, he contacted Berry Global, a specialist in injection molding. At the time, Berry Global was developing new products based on consumer research. The feedback from Volpati-Kedra highlighted the way the expectations of millenials could be met. They included the use of clear materials in the containers to allow the fresh contents to be seen. At the same time, the containers needed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Berry Global took this information on board to see what they could create.

“We call it the 410 Plus+,” explains Dave Burke, Business Development Manager at Berry Global. “It’s one container that does it all—hot fill, HPP, flash freeze , reheat, high end graphic, just about anything. It’s a simple but innovative container on steroids!”


One of the most important innovations of the container is how airtight it is.

“This was made possible by several factors including the Oxygen Barrier IML,” explains Thomas Coene, Regional Sales Manager for Verstraete IML in North America. “This is a unique IML label that incorporates a special EVOH layer in the film to reduce its permeability to oxygen. As a genuine wraparound label, stretching from the brim, across the sides, and around base to cover the entire exterior of the container, it dramatically reduces the Oxygen Transmission Rate. In fact, the OTR is about 100 times better than with a more conventional label.”

“This was especially important for Scarpetta sauces,” explains says Volpati-Kedra. “ Wrapping the 410 Plus+ with this Oxygen Barrier label there is virtually no oxygen entering the package, so there is almost no need to add citric acid to act as a preservative. You really taste the difference!”


This was not the only benefit of the 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML from Verstraete. As a full wraparound label, the Oxygen Barrier IML allows printing anywhere on the container, including the base.

“We were able to maximize space with the unique ‘sqround’ shape of the container – a cross between square and round,” explains Burke. “It means that when containers are placed on shelves, the branding naturally faces the right way. This means better branding and consumer awareness.”


The Oxygen Barrier IML has made it possible to include transparent windows in the packaging, allowing consumers to see the Scarpetta sauce inside. “It’s the perfect way to show how fresh our sauces are,” says Volpati-Kedra.


BC Gourmet USA and Berry Global were adamant that the solution needed to be environmentally friendly. The Oxygen Barrier IML, like all IML packaging, is made from a mono layer polypropylene. It is 100% recyclable. The thin EVOH layer stays way below the 5% guideline allowing the package to be recycled as mono-material PP.

“Thanks to the protection of the Oxygen Barrier IML we were able to offer a container with 52% less plastic than his previous package. ” says Burke.

“Previously, the incoming packaging was not nestable; containers were being packed on top of each other instead of inside each other,” explains Volpati-Kedra. “But the 410 Plus+ is nestable; we now fit four times as much packaging in a box as we used to. The impact that our freight has on the environment is a quarter of what it used to be and is a financial saving.”

“You also have to think that when you ship jars full of products like sauces, 50% or more of the weight is the actual package,” says Burke. “The weight of the 410 Plus+ is insignificant. You’re effectively transporting only half the weight, so you burn a lot less fuel and score another point for the environment.”


Although Scarpetta sauces are packed in plastic, they are a shelf-stable product. The Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, combined with the Oxygen Barrier IML label, has allowed Scarpetta to infiltrate the supermarket shelves where sauces are usually only found in glass.

“Because we are using the Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, you can’t avoid seeing Scarpetta sauces,” explains Paolo. “We stand out. We are the only plastic package in a wall of glass. Everyone used to expect plastic packaging to be refrigerated. The 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML have proved them wrong.”

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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Scarpetta sauces take advantage of an in-mold label (IML) that includes in its makeup a layer of EVOH for barrier purposes, thus permitting the firm to merchandise its sauces at room temperature.

Scarpetta sauces are recognizable for their incredible freshness and flavors. They’re healthy, natural, full of nutrients, and delicious. There was just one problem when they hit the shelves: any oxygen entering a package would turn the sauce bad. Refrigerating the sauce or adding preservatives are both options that could help to stave off the inevitable, but they adversely affect the taste and quality. Fortunately, Scarpetta found the solution they were looking for.

Paolo Volpati-Kedra, CEO of Lynn, MA-based BC Gourmet USA Inc., the company behind the Scarpetta brand, was determined to find a way to capture the authentic tastes and aromas of home cooking. “We were using citric acid to maintain freshness,” he says. “It took something away from the taste of the sauce though. We knew there had to be a way to bring it back.”

The solution was a combination of innovative technologies: the 410 Plus+ container from Berry Global (www.berryglobal.com) and the Oxygen Barrier IML labels developed by Verstraete IML (www.verstraete-iml.com).

When Volpati-Kedra was looking for a suitable solution, he contacted Berry Global, a specialist in injection molding. At the time, Berry Global was developing new products based on consumer research. The feedback from Volpati-Kedra highlighted the way the expectations of millenials could be met. They included the use of clear materials in the containers to allow the fresh contents to be seen. At the same time, the containers needed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Berry Global took this information on board to see what they could create.

“We call it the 410 Plus+,” explains Dave Burke, Business Development Manager at Berry Global. “It’s one container that does it all—hot fill, HPP, flash freeze , reheat, high end graphic, just about anything. It’s a simple but innovative container on steroids!”


One of the most important innovations of the container is how airtight it is.

“This was made possible by several factors including the Oxygen Barrier IML,” explains Thomas Coene, Regional Sales Manager for Verstraete IML in North America. “This is a unique IML label that incorporates a special EVOH layer in the film to reduce its permeability to oxygen. As a genuine wraparound label, stretching from the brim, across the sides, and around base to cover the entire exterior of the container, it dramatically reduces the Oxygen Transmission Rate. In fact, the OTR is about 100 times better than with a more conventional label.”

“This was especially important for Scarpetta sauces,” explains says Volpati-Kedra. “ Wrapping the 410 Plus+ with this Oxygen Barrier label there is virtually no oxygen entering the package, so there is almost no need to add citric acid to act as a preservative. You really taste the difference!”


This was not the only benefit of the 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML from Verstraete. As a full wraparound label, the Oxygen Barrier IML allows printing anywhere on the container, including the base.

“We were able to maximize space with the unique ‘sqround’ shape of the container – a cross between square and round,” explains Burke. “It means that when containers are placed on shelves, the branding naturally faces the right way. This means better branding and consumer awareness.”


The Oxygen Barrier IML has made it possible to include transparent windows in the packaging, allowing consumers to see the Scarpetta sauce inside. “It’s the perfect way to show how fresh our sauces are,” says Volpati-Kedra.


BC Gourmet USA and Berry Global were adamant that the solution needed to be environmentally friendly. The Oxygen Barrier IML, like all IML packaging, is made from a mono layer polypropylene. It is 100% recyclable. The thin EVOH layer stays way below the 5% guideline allowing the package to be recycled as mono-material PP.

“Thanks to the protection of the Oxygen Barrier IML we were able to offer a container with 52% less plastic than his previous package. ” says Burke.

“Previously, the incoming packaging was not nestable; containers were being packed on top of each other instead of inside each other,” explains Volpati-Kedra. “But the 410 Plus+ is nestable; we now fit four times as much packaging in a box as we used to. The impact that our freight has on the environment is a quarter of what it used to be and is a financial saving.”

“You also have to think that when you ship jars full of products like sauces, 50% or more of the weight is the actual package,” says Burke. “The weight of the 410 Plus+ is insignificant. You’re effectively transporting only half the weight, so you burn a lot less fuel and score another point for the environment.”


Although Scarpetta sauces are packed in plastic, they are a shelf-stable product. The Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, combined with the Oxygen Barrier IML label, has allowed Scarpetta to infiltrate the supermarket shelves where sauces are usually only found in glass.

“Because we are using the Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, you can’t avoid seeing Scarpetta sauces,” explains Paolo. “We stand out. We are the only plastic package in a wall of glass. Everyone used to expect plastic packaging to be refrigerated. The 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML have proved them wrong.”

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus

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Barrier by way of IML
Scarpetta sauces take advantage of an in-mold label (IML) that includes in its makeup a layer of EVOH for barrier purposes, thus permitting the firm to merchandise its sauces at room temperature.

Scarpetta sauces are recognizable for their incredible freshness and flavors. They’re healthy, natural, full of nutrients, and delicious. There was just one problem when they hit the shelves: any oxygen entering a package would turn the sauce bad. Refrigerating the sauce or adding preservatives are both options that could help to stave off the inevitable, but they adversely affect the taste and quality. Fortunately, Scarpetta found the solution they were looking for.

Paolo Volpati-Kedra, CEO of Lynn, MA-based BC Gourmet USA Inc., the company behind the Scarpetta brand, was determined to find a way to capture the authentic tastes and aromas of home cooking. “We were using citric acid to maintain freshness,” he says. “It took something away from the taste of the sauce though. We knew there had to be a way to bring it back.”

The solution was a combination of innovative technologies: the 410 Plus+ container from Berry Global (www.berryglobal.com) and the Oxygen Barrier IML labels developed by Verstraete IML (www.verstraete-iml.com).

When Volpati-Kedra was looking for a suitable solution, he contacted Berry Global, a specialist in injection molding. At the time, Berry Global was developing new products based on consumer research. The feedback from Volpati-Kedra highlighted the way the expectations of millenials could be met. They included the use of clear materials in the containers to allow the fresh contents to be seen. At the same time, the containers needed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Berry Global took this information on board to see what they could create.

“We call it the 410 Plus+,” explains Dave Burke, Business Development Manager at Berry Global. “It’s one container that does it all—hot fill, HPP, flash freeze , reheat, high end graphic, just about anything. It’s a simple but innovative container on steroids!”


One of the most important innovations of the container is how airtight it is.

“This was made possible by several factors including the Oxygen Barrier IML,” explains Thomas Coene, Regional Sales Manager for Verstraete IML in North America. “This is a unique IML label that incorporates a special EVOH layer in the film to reduce its permeability to oxygen. As a genuine wraparound label, stretching from the brim, across the sides, and around base to cover the entire exterior of the container, it dramatically reduces the Oxygen Transmission Rate. In fact, the OTR is about 100 times better than with a more conventional label.”

“This was especially important for Scarpetta sauces,” explains says Volpati-Kedra. “ Wrapping the 410 Plus+ with this Oxygen Barrier label there is virtually no oxygen entering the package, so there is almost no need to add citric acid to act as a preservative. You really taste the difference!”


This was not the only benefit of the 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML from Verstraete. As a full wraparound label, the Oxygen Barrier IML allows printing anywhere on the container, including the base.

“We were able to maximize space with the unique ‘sqround’ shape of the container – a cross between square and round,” explains Burke. “It means that when containers are placed on shelves, the branding naturally faces the right way. This means better branding and consumer awareness.”


The Oxygen Barrier IML has made it possible to include transparent windows in the packaging, allowing consumers to see the Scarpetta sauce inside. “It’s the perfect way to show how fresh our sauces are,” says Volpati-Kedra.


BC Gourmet USA and Berry Global were adamant that the solution needed to be environmentally friendly. The Oxygen Barrier IML, like all IML packaging, is made from a mono layer polypropylene. It is 100% recyclable. The thin EVOH layer stays way below the 5% guideline allowing the package to be recycled as mono-material PP.

“Thanks to the protection of the Oxygen Barrier IML we were able to offer a container with 52% less plastic than his previous package. ” says Burke.

“Previously, the incoming packaging was not nestable; containers were being packed on top of each other instead of inside each other,” explains Volpati-Kedra. “But the 410 Plus+ is nestable; we now fit four times as much packaging in a box as we used to. The impact that our freight has on the environment is a quarter of what it used to be and is a financial saving.”

“You also have to think that when you ship jars full of products like sauces, 50% or more of the weight is the actual package,” says Burke. “The weight of the 410 Plus+ is insignificant. You’re effectively transporting only half the weight, so you burn a lot less fuel and score another point for the environment.”


Although Scarpetta sauces are packed in plastic, they are a shelf-stable product. The Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, combined with the Oxygen Barrier IML label, has allowed Scarpetta to infiltrate the supermarket shelves where sauces are usually only found in glass.

“Because we are using the Berry Global 410 Plus+ container, you can’t avoid seeing Scarpetta sauces,” explains Paolo. “We stand out. We are the only plastic package in a wall of glass. Everyone used to expect plastic packaging to be refrigerated. The 410 Plus+ and the Oxygen Barrier IML have proved them wrong.”

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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Aventics smart pneumatics analyzer
Emerson introduces the Aventics smart pneumatics analyzer designed to show pneumatic system users the benefits of utilizing IIoT. By connecting the unit to the compressed air supply on an existing machine, users receive instant analysis options for key machine characteristics such as compressed air consumption and possible leakages.

“By digitizing the pneumatic environment, the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer provides users with the option to directly experience the benefits and potential of IIoT applications on their own machine – in just a few simple steps,” says Dr. Michael Britzger, senior manager, digital transformation for pneumatic technologies at Emerson Automation Solutions. The portable analyzer case contains a Smart Pneumatics Monitor, AS series air preparation units and a tablet for visualizing the live data. Emerson personnel can show a user within minutes how they can use IIoT-enabled data for insights into their own machine.

The monitor initially detects the system operating state, analyzes data, and provides this processed information to users for status-oriented maintenance, for example. While other solutions collect all available data and transfer it unfiltered, the Smart Pneumatics Monitor evaluates the data locally and uses it to generate information about the status of the system. All data from the valves, as well as from components connected to the I/O modules on the valve system, is read into a microprocessor and processed by means of mathematical algorithms. These algorithms are based on decades of expertise in Aventics™ pneumatic product engineering and application.

Condition monitoring, the collection of operating states and their prediction as the basis for anticipatory maintenance, offers direct advantages for customers using IIoT applications. Because they can anticipate wear before it leads to machine downtimes, they allow users to significantly increase the availability of their equipment and reduce maintenance costs. Once defined limits are reached, the electronics can automatically send messages to ERP and MES systems, as well as maintenance or other staff. Data collected can also help optimize a pneumatic systems’ energy efficiency.

“It's important to us to support our customers in their digitization process as equals,” adds Britzger. “Based on the analysis results, we therefore also further develop the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer together with our customers especially for their application. This way, users can experience and apply the added value of IIoT for themselves.” In addition to being demonstrated by Emerson associates, the analyzer is available for sale to users if they would like to keep the unit at their facility.

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Emerson introduces the Aventics smart pneumatics analyzer designed to show pneumatic system users the benefits of utilizing IIoT. By connecting the unit to the compressed air supply on an existing machine, users receive instant analysis options for key machine characteristics such as compressed air consumption and possible leakages.

“By digitizing the pneumatic environment, the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer provides users with the option to directly experience the benefits and potential of IIoT applications on their own machine – in just a few simple steps,” says Dr. Michael Britzger, senior manager, digital transformation for pneumatic technologies at Emerson Automation Solutions. The portable analyzer case contains a Smart Pneumatics Monitor, AS series air preparation units and a tablet for visualizing the live data. Emerson personnel can show a user within minutes how they can use IIoT-enabled data for insights into their own machine.

The monitor initially detects the system operating state, analyzes data, and provides this processed information to users for status-oriented maintenance, for example. While other solutions collect all available data and transfer it unfiltered, the Smart Pneumatics Monitor evaluates the data locally and uses it to generate information about the status of the system. All data from the valves, as well as from components connected to the I/O modules on the valve system, is read into a microprocessor and processed by means of mathematical algorithms. These algorithms are based on decades of expertise in Aventics™ pneumatic product engineering and application.

Condition monitoring, the collection of operating states and their prediction as the basis for anticipatory maintenance, offers direct advantages for customers using IIoT applications. Because they can anticipate wear before it leads to machine downtimes, they allow users to significantly increase the availability of their equipment and reduce maintenance costs. Once defined limits are reached, the electronics can automatically send messages to ERP and MES systems, as well as maintenance or other staff. Data collected can also help optimize a pneumatic systems’ energy efficiency.

“It's important to us to support our customers in their digitization process as equals,” adds Britzger. “Based on the analysis results, we therefore also further develop the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer together with our customers especially for their application. This way, users can experience and apply the added value of IIoT for themselves.” In addition to being demonstrated by Emerson associates, the analyzer is available for sale to users if they would like to keep the unit at their facility.

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Emerson introduces the Aventics smart pneumatics analyzer designed to show pneumatic system users the benefits of utilizing IIoT. By connecting the unit to the compressed air supply on an existing machine, users receive instant analysis options for key machine characteristics such as compressed air consumption and possible leakages.

“By digitizing the pneumatic environment, the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer provides users with the option to directly experience the benefits and potential of IIoT applications on their own machine – in just a few simple steps,” says Dr. Michael Britzger, senior manager, digital transformation for pneumatic technologies at Emerson Automation Solutions. The portable analyzer case contains a Smart Pneumatics Monitor, AS series air preparation units and a tablet for visualizing the live data. Emerson personnel can show a user within minutes how they can use IIoT-enabled data for insights into their own machine.

The monitor initially detects the system operating state, analyzes data, and provides this processed information to users for status-oriented maintenance, for example. While other solutions collect all available data and transfer it unfiltered, the Smart Pneumatics Monitor evaluates the data locally and uses it to generate information about the status of the system. All data from the valves, as well as from components connected to the I/O modules on the valve system, is read into a microprocessor and processed by means of mathematical algorithms. These algorithms are based on decades of expertise in Aventics™ pneumatic product engineering and application.

Condition monitoring, the collection of operating states and their prediction as the basis for anticipatory maintenance, offers direct advantages for customers using IIoT applications. Because they can anticipate wear before it leads to machine downtimes, they allow users to significantly increase the availability of their equipment and reduce maintenance costs. Once defined limits are reached, the electronics can automatically send messages to ERP and MES systems, as well as maintenance or other staff. Data collected can also help optimize a pneumatic systems’ energy efficiency.

“It's important to us to support our customers in their digitization process as equals,” adds Britzger. “Based on the analysis results, we therefore also further develop the Smart Pneumatics Analyzer together with our customers especially for their application. This way, users can experience and apply the added value of IIoT for themselves.” In addition to being demonstrated by Emerson associates, the analyzer is available for sale to users if they would like to keep the unit at their facility.

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Construida en acero inoxidable, la termoformadora de VC999 permite cambios rápidos de formatos y brinda un diseño que garantiza una operación higiénica y tiempos reducidos de limpieza y mantenimiento. Con una configuración modular que puede expandirse para ajustarse al crecimiento de las empresas, el modelo RS420c cuenta con un sistema de alimentación de la bobina de película rígida o flexible desde la parte inferior, una zona de formado donde la película se calienta y se forman los empaques, la zona de carga de los productos en los empaques ya formados, una estación de sellado que expulsa los envases, y la estación de corte, donde los envases son separados.

VC999 presentó las opciones disponible para este modelo, que comprenden desde sistemas de codificación, etiquetado e impresión, hasta opciones de inyección de gas y atmósfera modificada, aplicaciones para películas termoencogibles, sellado al vacío, y un sistema autónomo de enfriado y recirculación de agua, entre otras alternativas que permiten alcanzar una operación eficiente y continua.

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VC999 presentó las opciones disponible para este modelo, que comprenden desde sistemas de codificación, etiquetado e impresión, hasta opciones de inyección de gas y atmósfera modificada, aplicaciones para películas termoencogibles, sellado al vacío, y un sistema autónomo de enfriado y recirculación de agua, entre otras alternativas que permiten alcanzar una operación eficiente y continua.

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Construida en acero inoxidable, la termoformadora de VC999 permite cambios rápidos de formatos y brinda un diseño que garantiza una operación higiénica y tiempos reducidos de limpieza y mantenimiento. Con una configuración modular que puede expandirse para ajustarse al crecimiento de las empresas, el modelo RS420c cuenta con un sistema de alimentación de la bobina de película rígida o flexible desde la parte inferior, una zona de formado donde la película se calienta y se forman los empaques, la zona de carga de los productos en los empaques ya formados, una estación de sellado que expulsa los envases, y la estación de corte, donde los envases son separados.

VC999 presentó las opciones disponible para este modelo, que comprenden desde sistemas de codificación, etiquetado e impresión, hasta opciones de inyección de gas y atmósfera modificada, aplicaciones para películas termoencogibles, sellado al vacío, y un sistema autónomo de enfriado y recirculación de agua, entre otras alternativas que permiten alcanzar una operación eficiente y continua.

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En el empaque de productos sensibles como el café, asegurar una vida útil mucho más larga, y conservar el aroma y los sabores distintivos ha sido siempre prioridades que los productores abordan de distintas maneras. Una de estas es el empleo de sistemas de empaque con atmósfera modificada, mediante los cuales se sella el empaque con un gas inerte, como el nitrógeno, para desplazar el oxígeno dentro del empaque.

En EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 Nalbach está presentando su solución Nalbach SLX (acrónimo de Shelf Life Extension). Se trata de un sistema que, dependiendo de la aplicación, brinda la capacidad de reducir el nivel de oxígeno residual hasta menos de un 1%.

El sistema está diseñado con un alto nivel de desinfección, y no cuenta con pantallas que alberguen bacterias dentro del sistema de flujo de gas. Adicionalmente, está acondicionado con rieles que pueden desarmarse con facilidad y luego volverse a armar para facilitar una limpieza exhaustiva, y ha sido construido con menos piezas y sin requerimientos de consumibles, lo cual suprime el costo y el tiempo asociado con el remplazo rutinario de piezas.

En el proceso, los gases más fríos permanecen en el empaque, sin disiparse a la atmósfera, lo cual reduce la cantidad de gas utilizado.

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En EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 Nalbach está presentando su solución Nalbach SLX (acrónimo de Shelf Life Extension). Se trata de un sistema que, dependiendo de la aplicación, brinda la capacidad de reducir el nivel de oxígeno residual hasta menos de un 1%.

El sistema está diseñado con un alto nivel de desinfección, y no cuenta con pantallas que alberguen bacterias dentro del sistema de flujo de gas. Adicionalmente, está acondicionado con rieles que pueden desarmarse con facilidad y luego volverse a armar para facilitar una limpieza exhaustiva, y ha sido construido con menos piezas y sin requerimientos de consumibles, lo cual suprime el costo y el tiempo asociado con el remplazo rutinario de piezas.

En el proceso, los gases más fríos permanecen en el empaque, sin disiparse a la atmósfera, lo cual reduce la cantidad de gas utilizado.

El fabricante destaca en la presentación de su sistema la capacidad que tiene de integrarse con todas sus llenadoras y con las de otros fabricantes.

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En el empaque de productos sensibles como el café, asegurar una vida útil mucho más larga, y conservar el aroma y los sabores distintivos ha sido siempre prioridades que los productores abordan de distintas maneras. Una de estas es el empleo de sistemas de empaque con atmósfera modificada, mediante los cuales se sella el empaque con un gas inerte, como el nitrógeno, para desplazar el oxígeno dentro del empaque.

En EXPO PACK Guadalajara 2019 Nalbach está presentando su solución Nalbach SLX (acrónimo de Shelf Life Extension). Se trata de un sistema que, dependiendo de la aplicación, brinda la capacidad de reducir el nivel de oxígeno residual hasta menos de un 1%.

El sistema está diseñado con un alto nivel de desinfección, y no cuenta con pantallas que alberguen bacterias dentro del sistema de flujo de gas. Adicionalmente, está acondicionado con rieles que pueden desarmarse con facilidad y luego volverse a armar para facilitar una limpieza exhaustiva, y ha sido construido con menos piezas y sin requerimientos de consumibles, lo cual suprime el costo y el tiempo asociado con el remplazo rutinario de piezas.

En el proceso, los gases más fríos permanecen en el empaque, sin disiparse a la atmósfera, lo cual reduce la cantidad de gas utilizado.

El fabricante destaca en la presentación de su sistema la capacidad que tiene de integrarse con todas sus llenadoras y con las de otros fabricantes.

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Presentada por UPM Raflatac como protagonista de una nueva era del etiquetado, la película PCR ofrece la transparencia y el rendimiento de los otros productos de la línea Vanish, pero con un diseño pensado en el interés de los dueños de marca y de los consumidores por alternativas más sostenibles. En su fabricación se utiliza PET reciclado en lugar de material virgen, obtenido de botellas recuperadas.

Por sus propiedades de bajo espesor y alta transparencia, el uso de la película Vanish PCR permite redefinir la manera en que las marcas potencian la imagen de sus productos, logrando una etiqueta invisible que resalta la calidad y permite el uso creativo de imágenes y textos. Disponible en las referencias Vanish 120 TC PCR y Vanish 92 TC PCR, esta película de poliéster cuenta con un recubrimiento superior y su empleo encuentra aplicaciones óptimas en envases rígidos en aplicaciones donde se requiere resistencia frente a elementos como el agua, el aceite y los productos químicos.

La película, en sus dos versiones, tiene un contenido de material reciclado post-consumidor de 90 por ciento, y se ofrece en gramajes de 43 y 33 gramos por metro cuadrado y en espesores de 30 y 23 micras, respectivamente. Raflatac recomienda su uso en etiquetas que muestran forma y gráficas irregulares, y diseños con tintas transparentes y metálicas.

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Presentada por UPM Raflatac como protagonista de una nueva era del etiquetado, la película PCR ofrece la transparencia y el rendimiento de los otros productos de la línea Vanish, pero con un diseño pensado en el interés de los dueños de marca y de los consumidores por alternativas más sostenibles. En su fabricación se utiliza PET reciclado en lugar de material virgen, obtenido de botellas recuperadas.

Por sus propiedades de bajo espesor y alta transparencia, el uso de la película Vanish PCR permite redefinir la manera en que las marcas potencian la imagen de sus productos, logrando una etiqueta invisible que resalta la calidad y permite el uso creativo de imágenes y textos. Disponible en las referencias Vanish 120 TC PCR y Vanish 92 TC PCR, esta película de poliéster cuenta con un recubrimiento superior y su empleo encuentra aplicaciones óptimas en envases rígidos en aplicaciones donde se requiere resistencia frente a elementos como el agua, el aceite y los productos químicos.

La película, en sus dos versiones, tiene un contenido de material reciclado post-consumidor de 90 por ciento, y se ofrece en gramajes de 43 y 33 gramos por metro cuadrado y en espesores de 30 y 23 micras, respectivamente. Raflatac recomienda su uso en etiquetas que muestran forma y gráficas irregulares, y diseños con tintas transparentes y metálicas.

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Presentada por UPM Raflatac como protagonista de una nueva era del etiquetado, la película PCR ofrece la transparencia y el rendimiento de los otros productos de la línea Vanish, pero con un diseño pensado en el interés de los dueños de marca y de los consumidores por alternativas más sostenibles. En su fabricación se utiliza PET reciclado en lugar de material virgen, obtenido de botellas recuperadas.

Por sus propiedades de bajo espesor y alta transparencia, el uso de la película Vanish PCR permite redefinir la manera en que las marcas potencian la imagen de sus productos, logrando una etiqueta invisible que resalta la calidad y permite el uso creativo de imágenes y textos. Disponible en las referencias Vanish 120 TC PCR y Vanish 92 TC PCR, esta película de poliéster cuenta con un recubrimiento superior y su empleo encuentra aplicaciones óptimas en envases rígidos en aplicaciones donde se requiere resistencia frente a elementos como el agua, el aceite y los productos químicos.

La película, en sus dos versiones, tiene un contenido de material reciclado post-consumidor de 90 por ciento, y se ofrece en gramajes de 43 y 33 gramos por metro cuadrado y en espesores de 30 y 23 micras, respectivamente. Raflatac recomienda su uso en etiquetas que muestran forma y gráficas irregulares, y diseños con tintas transparentes y metálicas.

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Packaging World Fischer Paper Products TruKraft
TruKraft, a line of sustainable products, is designed to answer consumer demands for ecofriendly packaging.

Fischer Paper Products, a paper packaging manufacturer for the foodservice industry, is launching its TruKraft line, a line of sustainable products meant to encourage operators to become environmentally conscious about their packaging contributions.

To respond to a growing trend in foodservice and on-the-go eating, Fischer TruKraft is made to be a solution for consumers demanding ecofriendly options for the packaging that their food is served in. Sustainable and commercially compostable, TruKraft products come in a variety of sizes designed for food items such as sandwiches, pastries, bread, and French fries.

“As our society shifts to an on-the-go mentality, now is the time for operators to reevaluate the type of packaging being used in their establishment,” says Bill Fischer, VP of Marketing & Service for Fischer Paper Products. “We work closely with our customers to ensure that they are meeting the extensive demand for green packaging—helping to set their operation up for success as the food delivery trend continues to rise.”

The company says all the products are made from paper sourced from certified sustainable forests, and that the line features several bags with clear panels made from bio-based PLA film. These are environmentally friendly options designed to showcase the food within the packaging. French bread, artisan sandwiches, and flatbreads can be clearly displayed without using petroleum-based materials.

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TruKraft, a line of sustainable products, is designed to answer consumer demands for ecofriendly packaging.

Fischer Paper Products, a paper packaging manufacturer for the foodservice industry, is launching its TruKraft line, a line of sustainable products meant to encourage operators to become environmentally conscious about their packaging contributions.

To respond to a growing trend in foodservice and on-the-go eating, Fischer TruKraft is made to be a solution for consumers demanding ecofriendly options for the packaging that their food is served in. Sustainable and commercially compostable, TruKraft products come in a variety of sizes designed for food items such as sandwiches, pastries, bread, and French fries.

“As our society shifts to an on-the-go mentality, now is the time for operators to reevaluate the type of packaging being used in their establishment,” says Bill Fischer, VP of Marketing & Service for Fischer Paper Products. “We work closely with our customers to ensure that they are meeting the extensive demand for green packaging—helping to set their operation up for success as the food delivery trend continues to rise.”

The company says all the products are made from paper sourced from certified sustainable forests, and that the line features several bags with clear panels made from bio-based PLA film. These are environmentally friendly options designed to showcase the food within the packaging. French bread, artisan sandwiches, and flatbreads can be clearly displayed without using petroleum-based materials.

Melissa Griffen
Editorial Intern

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TruKraft, a line of sustainable products, is designed to answer consumer demands for ecofriendly packaging.

Fischer Paper Products, a paper packaging manufacturer for the foodservice industry, is launching its TruKraft line, a line of sustainable products meant to encourage operators to become environmentally conscious about their packaging contributions.

To respond to a growing trend in foodservice and on-the-go eating, Fischer TruKraft is made to be a solution for consumers demanding ecofriendly options for the packaging that their food is served in. Sustainable and commercially compostable, TruKraft products come in a variety of sizes designed for food items such as sandwiches, pastries, bread, and French fries.

“As our society shifts to an on-the-go mentality, now is the time for operators to reevaluate the type of packaging being used in their establishment,” says Bill Fischer, VP of Marketing & Service for Fischer Paper Products. “We work closely with our customers to ensure that they are meeting the extensive demand for green packaging—helping to set their operation up for success as the food delivery trend continues to rise.”

The company says all the products are made from paper sourced from certified sustainable forests, and that the line features several bags with clear panels made from bio-based PLA film. These are environmentally friendly options designed to showcase the food within the packaging. French bread, artisan sandwiches, and flatbreads can be clearly displayed without using petroleum-based materials.

Melissa Griffen
Editorial Intern
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Zume Inc. CEO Alex Garden.
Headquartered in Mountain View, CA, Zume was launched five years ago as a pizza company. Now it has developed a whole new breed of compostable packaging for the packaging market at large.

Our conversation with Zume CEO Alex Garden began in this editorial column, and it continues here.

• When you burst on the scene it was as a pizza company that happened to have an unusually sustainable package. What are you now?

We’re what we always planned to be: a supplier of packaging materials. But we understood from the beginning that all the technologies that we had in mind had to be carefully and painstakingly tested over time under production conditions. So we founded Zume Pizza as our reference customer. And for the last four years, we’ve been serving hundreds of thousands of pizza orders to customers. We’ve been hearing from them, understanding what’s working and not working. We’ve been testing and fine-tuning all of our approaches, including our packaging. We also took all of the learnings and wove them into the products we now offer to the market. Zume has always been a company that is looking to completely reboot the global food supply and production and packaging system. We see sustainability and the opportunity to feed the entire world in a sustainable manner as our core mission. Zume Pizza was our testing ground, and it continues to be a very important part of our business.

• Tell us more about Pivot Packaging and your recent acquisition of that company.

Pivot Packaging was a company founded by folks who came from the plastics thermoforming business. And they saw a market capable of producing beautiful, functional, and appealing containers, but the environmental consequences were increasingly catastrophic. So they set out to bring the technology of plastic thermoforming into the molded pulp forming business. What they quickly realized, of course, is that there was no equipment off the shelf that could manufacture complex molded fiber parts at a price that would be competitive with plastics. So they spent a number of years working on that challenge, and ultimately they came up with an entirely new technology that we call Flexible Manufacturing Cell, or FMC. It’s a radical departure from the typical approach to molded pulp forming. To make a long story short, we started working with Pivot Packaging first as a vendor helping us with our Pizza Pod and we got along with them so well that we acquired them, and now Zume and Pivot are one.

• Will it always be molded pulp that you focus on?

Yes. We see an opportunity to replace billions of units, tens of billions of units, of single-use plastic food packaging that’s headed for the landfill with fully compostable molded pulp alternatives. But in the process of doing that, we don’t want brand owners to have to make compromises on the aesthetics or have them pay an exorbitant upcharge. The idea is to produce beautiful, functional, compostable molded pulp containers at or below the price of plastics.

• Where is the biomass sourced?

As you look around the world, biomass varies an awful lot by market. In the U.S., sugar cane bagasse comes primarily from the Southeastern United States and to a lesser extent from Texas. But obviously there are prodigious amounts of it in places like China, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

• What about the pulping equipment? Is that something that Pivot Packaging developed on its own?

In molded pulp production, much like in plastics, it’s really a system you’re looking at. You have to view it from the input of the biomass through the pulping and then ultimately right on through to the forming process. So yes, Pivot was responsible for a lot of the pulping technology. The FMCs were designed from the outset to work with a specific type of pulping equipment, the goal being the fastest cycle times and the highest quality. So Pivot’s been working with a variety of pulping equipment manufacturers. That work continues today, much of it aimed at addressing this trade-off that producers of molded pulp packaging have had to accept over the years: If they wanted high throughput, the parts had to be very simple, and if they wanted more complex parts, it came at the cost of throughput. And low throughput means higher cost. Our FMC technology is the first to break the throughput/complexity trade-off. At the moment, we operate roughly three times faster than the fastest equipment for complex molded pulp parts in the world. We’ll be making some announcements later this year about plans to improve that considerably.

• When it came to forming equipment, did Pivot Packaging get it off the shelf from an OEM?

The forming machines might have started as off-the-shelf systems, but we worked with the OEMs to modify them considerably. We took a similar approach to hot presses, trimmers, printers, and so on. Getting back to the forming technology, if you look at how molded pulp is typically formed it’s an iterative process. You do the first step, then the second, then the third, and so on. Our FMCs are arranged in a way that lets manufacturing steps occur simultaneously. That’s a big part of our ability to reduce the amount of time it takes to produce parts.

• Are there limitations to depth of draw?

Well, at some point the laws of physics intervene. But we’re already able to do depths that are significantly deeper than what’s currently in the market. It’s not just depth of draw but also the draft angles and the complexity of the parts where we’ve made strides.

• I see that Zume is protecting the precise details of this innovation with what it describes as an “aggressive and international IP strategy.” But can I ask if the grease resistance comes by way of an additive or a coating?

I can say it’s not a coating. It’s a combination of fiber slurry technology and the amount of pressure we use as well as the temperatures at which we do the forming. What’s exciting is that we are continuing to revise and improve all of this by increasing the number of cavities and improving yield.

• How soon might a container be used commercially in a fast-food outlet? And does this packaging format have applications outside of foodservice?

We’re already working with a major airline I can’t identify at this point, and the pipeline of interested customers is full. We have our 70,000 square-foot manufacturing plant in Camarillo, CA, online now and cutting parts. And we have plans for additional plants globally. As for applications outside of foodservice, why not? Anyplace where single-use plastics are being used for food packaging is an opportunity for us.

• Help me visualize the life cycle of this container.

This will depend a good deal on the municipality and its infrastructure, but we see it going into one of three channels. Our preference would be that it goes into a municipal composting facility. We have full ASTM certification for compostability, including the inks we use, any labels that are involved, and the adhesives. A second channel would be the paper recycle stream. And then, worst case scenario, if it goes into the landfill, over time it will turn into compost.

• As far as municipal composting facilities are concerned, I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that there are precious few in the U.S.

True, and that’s why we’re doing everything we can to push their development. The good news is that interest in such facilities is growing.

• How has Zume Pizza done? I don’t see it in my Chicagoland market.

Zume operates in Northern California, and the reason that we haven’t scaled up that business is because our fundamental focus is building this global sustainability company that works with businesses around the world to give them better tools and technologies to allow them to meet a higher sustainability standard. So we’ve grown Zume Pizza to a size that’s large enough so that we can continue learning from it. But our goal as a company is to reboot the global food packaging system. That’s what the majority of the 500 or so people working here are focused on. Having said that, the pizza business will go on. We like to say that pizza is our beating heart.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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Headquartered in Mountain View, CA, Zume was launched five years ago as a pizza company. Now it has developed a whole new breed of compostable packaging for the packaging market at large.

Our conversation with Zume CEO Alex Garden began in this editorial column, and it continues here.

• When you burst on the scene it was as a pizza company that happened to have an unusually sustainable package. What are you now?

We’re what we always planned to be: a supplier of packaging materials. But we understood from the beginning that all the technologies that we had in mind had to be carefully and painstakingly tested over time under production conditions. So we founded Zume Pizza as our reference customer. And for the last four years, we’ve been serving hundreds of thousands of pizza orders to customers. We’ve been hearing from them, understanding what’s working and not working. We’ve been testing and fine-tuning all of our approaches, including our packaging. We also took all of the learnings and wove them into the products we now offer to the market. Zume has always been a company that is looking to completely reboot the global food supply and production and packaging system. We see sustainability and the opportunity to feed the entire world in a sustainable manner as our core mission. Zume Pizza was our testing ground, and it continues to be a very important part of our business.

• Tell us more about Pivot Packaging and your recent acquisition of that company.

Pivot Packaging was a company founded by folks who came from the plastics thermoforming business. And they saw a market capable of producing beautiful, functional, and appealing containers, but the environmental consequences were increasingly catastrophic. So they set out to bring the technology of plastic thermoforming into the molded pulp forming business. What they quickly realized, of course, is that there was no equipment off the shelf that could manufacture complex molded fiber parts at a price that would be competitive with plastics. So they spent a number of years working on that challenge, and ultimately they came up with an entirely new technology that we call Flexible Manufacturing Cell, or FMC. It’s a radical departure from the typical approach to molded pulp forming. To make a long story short, we started working with Pivot Packaging first as a vendor helping us with our Pizza Pod and we got along with them so well that we acquired them, and now Zume and Pivot are one.

• Will it always be molded pulp that you focus on?

Yes. We see an opportunity to replace billions of units, tens of billions of units, of single-use plastic food packaging that’s headed for the landfill with fully compostable molded pulp alternatives. But in the process of doing that, we don’t want brand owners to have to make compromises on the aesthetics or have them pay an exorbitant upcharge. The idea is to produce beautiful, functional, compostable molded pulp containers at or below the price of plastics.

• Where is the biomass sourced?

As you look around the world, biomass varies an awful lot by market. In the U.S., sugar cane bagasse comes primarily from the Southeastern United States and to a lesser extent from Texas. But obviously there are prodigious amounts of it in places like China, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

• What about the pulping equipment? Is that something that Pivot Packaging developed on its own?

In molded pulp production, much like in plastics, it’s really a system you’re looking at. You have to view it from the input of the biomass through the pulping and then ultimately right on through to the forming process. So yes, Pivot was responsible for a lot of the pulping technology. The FMCs were designed from the outset to work with a specific type of pulping equipment, the goal being the fastest cycle times and the highest quality. So Pivot’s been working with a variety of pulping equipment manufacturers. That work continues today, much of it aimed at addressing this trade-off that producers of molded pulp packaging have had to accept over the years: If they wanted high throughput, the parts had to be very simple, and if they wanted more complex parts, it came at the cost of throughput. And low throughput means higher cost. Our FMC technology is the first to break the throughput/complexity trade-off. At the moment, we operate roughly three times faster than the fastest equipment for complex molded pulp parts in the world. We’ll be making some announcements later this year about plans to improve that considerably.

• When it came to forming equipment, did Pivot Packaging get it off the shelf from an OEM?

The forming machines might have started as off-the-shelf systems, but we worked with the OEMs to modify them considerably. We took a similar approach to hot presses, trimmers, printers, and so on. Getting back to the forming technology, if you look at how molded pulp is typically formed it’s an iterative process. You do the first step, then the second, then the third, and so on. Our FMCs are arranged in a way that lets manufacturing steps occur simultaneously. That’s a big part of our ability to reduce the amount of time it takes to produce parts.

• Are there limitations to depth of draw?

Well, at some point the laws of physics intervene. But we’re already able to do depths that are significantly deeper than what’s currently in the market. It’s not just depth of draw but also the draft angles and the complexity of the parts where we’ve made strides.

• I see that Zume is protecting the precise details of this innovation with what it describes as an “aggressive and international IP strategy.” But can I ask if the grease resistance comes by way of an additive or a coating?

I can say it’s not a coating. It’s a combination of fiber slurry technology and the amount of pressure we use as well as the temperatures at which we do the forming. What’s exciting is that we are continuing to revise and improve all of this by increasing the number of cavities and improving yield.

• How soon might a container be used commercially in a fast-food outlet? And does this packaging format have applications outside of foodservice?

We’re already working with a major airline I can’t identify at this point, and the pipeline of interested customers is full. We have our 70,000 square-foot manufacturing plant in Camarillo, CA, online now and cutting parts. And we have plans for additional plants globally. As for applications outside of foodservice, why not? Anyplace where single-use plastics are being used for food packaging is an opportunity for us.

• Help me visualize the life cycle of this container.

This will depend a good deal on the municipality and its infrastructure, but we see it going into one of three channels. Our preference would be that it goes into a municipal composting facility. We have full ASTM certification for compostability, including the inks we use, any labels that are involved, and the adhesives. A second channel would be the paper recycle stream. And then, worst case scenario, if it goes into the landfill, over time it will turn into compost.

• As far as municipal composting facilities are concerned, I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that there are precious few in the U.S.

True, and that’s why we’re doing everything we can to push their development. The good news is that interest in such facilities is growing.

• How has Zume Pizza done? I don’t see it in my Chicagoland market.

Zume operates in Northern California, and the reason that we haven’t scaled up that business is because our fundamental focus is building this global sustainability company that works with businesses around the world to give them better tools and technologies to allow them to meet a higher sustainability standard. So we’ve grown Zume Pizza to a size that’s large enough so that we can continue learning from it. But our goal as a company is to reboot the global food packaging system. That’s what the majority of the 500 or so people working here are focused on. Having said that, the pizza business will go on. We like to say that pizza is our beating heart.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus

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Headquartered in Mountain View, CA, Zume was launched five years ago as a pizza company. Now it has developed a whole new breed of compostable packaging for the packaging market at large.

Our conversation with Zume CEO Alex Garden began in this editorial column, and it continues here.

• When you burst on the scene it was as a pizza company that happened to have an unusually sustainable package. What are you now?

We’re what we always planned to be: a supplier of packaging materials. But we understood from the beginning that all the technologies that we had in mind had to be carefully and painstakingly tested over time under production conditions. So we founded Zume Pizza as our reference customer. And for the last four years, we’ve been serving hundreds of thousands of pizza orders to customers. We’ve been hearing from them, understanding what’s working and not working. We’ve been testing and fine-tuning all of our approaches, including our packaging. We also took all of the learnings and wove them into the products we now offer to the market. Zume has always been a company that is looking to completely reboot the global food supply and production and packaging system. We see sustainability and the opportunity to feed the entire world in a sustainable manner as our core mission. Zume Pizza was our testing ground, and it continues to be a very important part of our business.

• Tell us more about Pivot Packaging and your recent acquisition of that company.

Pivot Packaging was a company founded by folks who came from the plastics thermoforming business. And they saw a market capable of producing beautiful, functional, and appealing containers, but the environmental consequences were increasingly catastrophic. So they set out to bring the technology of plastic thermoforming into the molded pulp forming business. What they quickly realized, of course, is that there was no equipment off the shelf that could manufacture complex molded fiber parts at a price that would be competitive with plastics. So they spent a number of years working on that challenge, and ultimately they came up with an entirely new technology that we call Flexible Manufacturing Cell, or FMC. It’s a radical departure from the typical approach to molded pulp forming. To make a long story short, we started working with Pivot Packaging first as a vendor helping us with our Pizza Pod and we got along with them so well that we acquired them, and now Zume and Pivot are one.

• Will it always be molded pulp that you focus on?

Yes. We see an opportunity to replace billions of units, tens of billions of units, of single-use plastic food packaging that’s headed for the landfill with fully compostable molded pulp alternatives. But in the process of doing that, we don’t want brand owners to have to make compromises on the aesthetics or have them pay an exorbitant upcharge. The idea is to produce beautiful, functional, compostable molded pulp containers at or below the price of plastics.

• Where is the biomass sourced?

As you look around the world, biomass varies an awful lot by market. In the U.S., sugar cane bagasse comes primarily from the Southeastern United States and to a lesser extent from Texas. But obviously there are prodigious amounts of it in places like China, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

• What about the pulping equipment? Is that something that Pivot Packaging developed on its own?

In molded pulp production, much like in plastics, it’s really a system you’re looking at. You have to view it from the input of the biomass through the pulping and then ultimately right on through to the forming process. So yes, Pivot was responsible for a lot of the pulping technology. The FMCs were designed from the outset to work with a specific type of pulping equipment, the goal being the fastest cycle times and the highest quality. So Pivot’s been working with a variety of pulping equipment manufacturers. That work continues today, much of it aimed at addressing this trade-off that producers of molded pulp packaging have had to accept over the years: If they wanted high throughput, the parts had to be very simple, and if they wanted more complex parts, it came at the cost of throughput. And low throughput means higher cost. Our FMC technology is the first to break the throughput/complexity trade-off. At the moment, we operate roughly three times faster than the fastest equipment for complex molded pulp parts in the world. We’ll be making some announcements later this year about plans to improve that considerably.

• When it came to forming equipment, did Pivot Packaging get it off the shelf from an OEM?

The forming machines might have started as off-the-shelf systems, but we worked with the OEMs to modify them considerably. We took a similar approach to hot presses, trimmers, printers, and so on. Getting back to the forming technology, if you look at how molded pulp is typically formed it’s an iterative process. You do the first step, then the second, then the third, and so on. Our FMCs are arranged in a way that lets manufacturing steps occur simultaneously. That’s a big part of our ability to reduce the amount of time it takes to produce parts.

• Are there limitations to depth of draw?

Well, at some point the laws of physics intervene. But we’re already able to do depths that are significantly deeper than what’s currently in the market. It’s not just depth of draw but also the draft angles and the complexity of the parts where we’ve made strides.

• I see that Zume is protecting the precise details of this innovation with what it describes as an “aggressive and international IP strategy.” But can I ask if the grease resistance comes by way of an additive or a coating?

I can say it’s not a coating. It’s a combination of fiber slurry technology and the amount of pressure we use as well as the temperatures at which we do the forming. What’s exciting is that we are continuing to revise and improve all of this by increasing the number of cavities and improving yield.

• How soon might a container be used commercially in a fast-food outlet? And does this packaging format have applications outside of foodservice?

We’re already working with a major airline I can’t identify at this point, and the pipeline of interested customers is full. We have our 70,000 square-foot manufacturing plant in Camarillo, CA, online now and cutting parts. And we have plans for additional plants globally. As for applications outside of foodservice, why not? Anyplace where single-use plastics are being used for food packaging is an opportunity for us.

• Help me visualize the life cycle of this container.

This will depend a good deal on the municipality and its infrastructure, but we see it going into one of three channels. Our preference would be that it goes into a municipal composting facility. We have full ASTM certification for compostability, including the inks we use, any labels that are involved, and the adhesives. A second channel would be the paper recycle stream. And then, worst case scenario, if it goes into the landfill, over time it will turn into compost.

• As far as municipal composting facilities are concerned, I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that there are precious few in the U.S.

True, and that’s why we’re doing everything we can to push their development. The good news is that interest in such facilities is growing.

• How has Zume Pizza done? I don’t see it in my Chicagoland market.

Zume operates in Northern California, and the reason that we haven’t scaled up that business is because our fundamental focus is building this global sustainability company that works with businesses around the world to give them better tools and technologies to allow them to meet a higher sustainability standard. So we’ve grown Zume Pizza to a size that’s large enough so that we can continue learning from it. But our goal as a company is to reboot the global food packaging system. That’s what the majority of the 500 or so people working here are focused on. Having said that, the pizza business will go on. We like to say that pizza is our beating heart.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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When last we left Zume Pizza, the Mountain View, CA, firm was busy winning a 2017 Diamond Finalist Award for its Pizza Pod in the annual DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation competition.

For details on that award, go here.  Made from 100% sustainably farmed sugarcane begasse—the dry, pulpy, fibrous residue that remains after sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice—the Pizza Pod is “optimized to absorb maximum oil and moisture,” so it keeps pizza crisp and warm longer after leaving the oven. Best of all, it’s compostable and biodegradable, making it “the most sustainable pizza box on the market.”

In April of 2018, Zume formed Zume Inc., a larger enterprise that will allow the company to expand its technology to the wide-open food industry beyond pizza. And on June 13 2019, Zume announced the launch of Zume Packaging, described as a “first-of-its-kind”packaging technology. Once again it uses begasse—this time not only from sugarcane but also from bamboo, wheat, straw, and other organic fibers--to create a cost-competitive alternative to plastic when manufactured at scale. The company also announced its acquisition of Pivot Packaging, a leader in the sustainable packaging space, and the launch of a 70,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Southern California. This is the first of several planned manufacturing facilities Zume is building in the U.S. It should be noted that Pivot Packaging was Zume’s co-developer on the Pizza Pod, so they have a well-established relationship.

Zume aims to replace one billion plastic and expanded polystyrene foam containers by the year 2020. Few would dispute that this is rather a good idea, especially if these statistics included in Zume’s June 13 announcement are accurate:

• The UN reports that 300 million tons of plastic waste is generated globally; of that, only nine percent is recycled.

• The Ellen Macarthur Foundation estimates that global production of plastics is expected to double in 20 years and almost quadruple by 2050, driven in part by growth in food delivery, which is dependent on plastic containers and bags.

• UBS Evidence Lab estimates the global food delivery business will grow more than ten times, from $35 billion in 2018 to $365 billion by 2030.

Zume’s use of agricultural waste rather than petroleum as feedstock not only significantly reduces water and energy use, it also cuts back carbon emissionsgenerated in its production and disposal relative to plastic or EPS foam. At end of life, Zume’s compostable packaging breaks down into organic material and can be used again to regenerate soil or other organic matter.

This is far from the first company to introduce compostable packaging. But Zume management believes that previously available compostable packaging has two big shortcomings. It hasn’t been able to match the adaptability and durability characteristics of plastic, and it’s been up to 50 to 100 percent more expensive than plastic. Zume says it has addressed these shortcomings by deploying cutting edge manufacturing technology and material science, incuding a proprietary set of formulas as well as forming and finishing processes to create affordable, moldable, fiber packaging that is intended to maintain the freshness and quality of perishable food.

Zume aims to drive down the cost of molded fiber by innovating a new flexible manufacturing cell technology production technique for the molded fiber that is capable of producing unique shapes with higher yields and faster cycle times than traditional manufacturing methods. The company’s packaging business is protecting this innovation with an aggressive and international IP strategy.

For more on Zume and its passionate CEO Alex Garden, go here.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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When last we left Zume Pizza, the Mountain View, CA, firm was busy winning a 2017 Diamond Finalist Award for its Pizza Pod in the annual DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation competition.

For details on that award, go here.  Made from 100% sustainably farmed sugarcane begasse—the dry, pulpy, fibrous residue that remains after sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice—the Pizza Pod is “optimized to absorb maximum oil and moisture,” so it keeps pizza crisp and warm longer after leaving the oven. Best of all, it’s compostable and biodegradable, making it “the most sustainable pizza box on the market.”

In April of 2018, Zume formed Zume Inc., a larger enterprise that will allow the company to expand its technology to the wide-open food industry beyond pizza. And on June 13 2019, Zume announced the launch of Zume Packaging, described as a “first-of-its-kind”packaging technology. Once again it uses begasse—this time not only from sugarcane but also from bamboo, wheat, straw, and other organic fibers--to create a cost-competitive alternative to plastic when manufactured at scale. The company also announced its acquisition of Pivot Packaging, a leader in the sustainable packaging space, and the launch of a 70,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Southern California. This is the first of several planned manufacturing facilities Zume is building in the U.S. It should be noted that Pivot Packaging was Zume’s co-developer on the Pizza Pod, so they have a well-established relationship.

Zume aims to replace one billion plastic and expanded polystyrene foam containers by the year 2020. Few would dispute that this is rather a good idea, especially if these statistics included in Zume’s June 13 announcement are accurate:

• The UN reports that 300 million tons of plastic waste is generated globally; of that, only nine percent is recycled.

• The Ellen Macarthur Foundation estimates that global production of plastics is expected to double in 20 years and almost quadruple by 2050, driven in part by growth in food delivery, which is dependent on plastic containers and bags.

• UBS Evidence Lab estimates the global food delivery business will grow more than ten times, from $35 billion in 2018 to $365 billion by 2030.

Zume’s use of agricultural waste rather than petroleum as feedstock not only significantly reduces water and energy use, it also cuts back carbon emissionsgenerated in its production and disposal relative to plastic or EPS foam. At end of life, Zume’s compostable packaging breaks down into organic material and can be used again to regenerate soil or other organic matter.

This is far from the first company to introduce compostable packaging. But Zume management believes that previously available compostable packaging has two big shortcomings. It hasn’t been able to match the adaptability and durability characteristics of plastic, and it’s been up to 50 to 100 percent more expensive than plastic. Zume says it has addressed these shortcomings by deploying cutting edge manufacturing technology and material science, incuding a proprietary set of formulas as well as forming and finishing processes to create affordable, moldable, fiber packaging that is intended to maintain the freshness and quality of perishable food.

Zume aims to drive down the cost of molded fiber by innovating a new flexible manufacturing cell technology production technique for the molded fiber that is capable of producing unique shapes with higher yields and faster cycle times than traditional manufacturing methods. The company’s packaging business is protecting this innovation with an aggressive and international IP strategy.

For more on Zume and its passionate CEO Alex Garden, go here.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus

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A new player in compostables
When last we left Zume Pizza, the Mountain View, CA, firm was busy winning a 2017 Diamond Finalist Award for its Pizza Pod in the annual DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation competition.

For details on that award, go here.  Made from 100% sustainably farmed sugarcane begasse—the dry, pulpy, fibrous residue that remains after sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice—the Pizza Pod is “optimized to absorb maximum oil and moisture,” so it keeps pizza crisp and warm longer after leaving the oven. Best of all, it’s compostable and biodegradable, making it “the most sustainable pizza box on the market.”

In April of 2018, Zume formed Zume Inc., a larger enterprise that will allow the company to expand its technology to the wide-open food industry beyond pizza. And on June 13 2019, Zume announced the launch of Zume Packaging, described as a “first-of-its-kind”packaging technology. Once again it uses begasse—this time not only from sugarcane but also from bamboo, wheat, straw, and other organic fibers--to create a cost-competitive alternative to plastic when manufactured at scale. The company also announced its acquisition of Pivot Packaging, a leader in the sustainable packaging space, and the launch of a 70,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Southern California. This is the first of several planned manufacturing facilities Zume is building in the U.S. It should be noted that Pivot Packaging was Zume’s co-developer on the Pizza Pod, so they have a well-established relationship.

Zume aims to replace one billion plastic and expanded polystyrene foam containers by the year 2020. Few would dispute that this is rather a good idea, especially if these statistics included in Zume’s June 13 announcement are accurate:

• The UN reports that 300 million tons of plastic waste is generated globally; of that, only nine percent is recycled.

• The Ellen Macarthur Foundation estimates that global production of plastics is expected to double in 20 years and almost quadruple by 2050, driven in part by growth in food delivery, which is dependent on plastic containers and bags.

• UBS Evidence Lab estimates the global food delivery business will grow more than ten times, from $35 billion in 2018 to $365 billion by 2030.

Zume’s use of agricultural waste rather than petroleum as feedstock not only significantly reduces water and energy use, it also cuts back carbon emissionsgenerated in its production and disposal relative to plastic or EPS foam. At end of life, Zume’s compostable packaging breaks down into organic material and can be used again to regenerate soil or other organic matter.

This is far from the first company to introduce compostable packaging. But Zume management believes that previously available compostable packaging has two big shortcomings. It hasn’t been able to match the adaptability and durability characteristics of plastic, and it’s been up to 50 to 100 percent more expensive than plastic. Zume says it has addressed these shortcomings by deploying cutting edge manufacturing technology and material science, incuding a proprietary set of formulas as well as forming and finishing processes to create affordable, moldable, fiber packaging that is intended to maintain the freshness and quality of perishable food.

Zume aims to drive down the cost of molded fiber by innovating a new flexible manufacturing cell technology production technique for the molded fiber that is capable of producing unique shapes with higher yields and faster cycle times than traditional manufacturing methods. The company’s packaging business is protecting this innovation with an aggressive and international IP strategy.

For more on Zume and its passionate CEO Alex Garden, go here.

Pat Reynolds
VP Editor Emeritus
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Redimark T12 thermal inkjet system
For certain SKUs at Mill-Chem, the switch from continuous to thermal inkjet meant simplicity alongside reduced babysitting and cleanup.

For more than 30 years, Mill-Chem Manufacturing, Inc., Thomasville, NC, has served as contract manufacturer and contract packager for private label household chemical products. As a SIOP, the company’s portfolio is varied, producing cleaning supplies for janitorial/industrial markets, branded personal care and home use cleaners for the consumer side, and even some nutraceuticals for or specialty enzymes destined for food producers.

But even with such wide a variety of products, there exists a common thread. As the company grew, it began to differentiate itself by gravitating to “green” cleaning formulas, with “green” meaning organic in this case.

“We were one of the first companies in our segment to try to go green,” says Elliott Miller, Asst. Production Manager, Mill-Chem. “We had our struggles at first, but now, of our 350 different products, roughly 30 percent of them are organic.”

Floor care products, household cleaners, and laundry detergent are among Mill-Chem’s largest volume categories, as are fully organic cleaning products that are shipped to retail destinations like Walmart, Whole Foods, Lowe’s, Kroger, Meijer, and Ace Hardware. Increasingly, Grainger and Amazon fulfillment centers are the products’ destination.

Coding and marking a priority
Given the plurality of SKUs moving through Mill-Chem at any given time, the complex chemical nature of the products and as a requirement to maintain it’s organic and GMP certifications, traceability to batch and lot is important to the company, to its customers, and to the retails that sell the cleaners and detergents. This puts a lot of pressure on the coding and marking systems—not only to accurately mark product, but to handle a variety of geometries and sizes and keep the line up and running without smearing or clogging that would create downtime.