Packaging, labelling & coding

All-round packaging

17 January, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.jllennard.com.au/

To meet the multifaceted requirements for flexible packaging versatility, Krones AG is now, with Modulpac, offering a concept providing options for all-round packaging.


UHT milk in PET - Milk with a 90 day refrigerated shelf life

06 December, 2004 by Franco Tomba - Krones Italy, Garda | Supplied by: Krones (Thailand) Co Ltd

Centrale del Latte di Brescia (Italy) sterilises its products by directly injecting steam at 148°C. Steam injection provides quality advantages, explains Technical Director Paolo Bonometti


Layer picking bears fruit

06 December, 2004 | Supplied by: Premia Handling Systems Pty Ltd

The drive by retailers for smaller, more frequent deliveries is forcing suppliers to re-evaluate how they deliver goods to major retailers' distribution centres


Labelling flavours in foods

20 November, 2004

Within the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (the Code) there are a number of provisions that food manufacturers need to be aware of when using flavourings in foods.


Adhesive melter

29 October, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.nordson.com.au/

DuraBlue 50 adhesive melters claim to deliver simplicity, reliability, durability and performance to product assembly, packaging and paperboard converting operations.


Filling system

29 October, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.hbm.com.au/

The MPF (multi-purpose filler) deposits products such as: cooked pastas (short and long goods), cooked/IQF rice, couscous/tabouleh, various fruits and vegetables, refrigerated salads, and others, into many types of containers (trays, plates, cups, bowls, cans, bags, jars, etc) at speeds from 20 up to 120 containers a minute.


Label watching

11 October, 2004

Even pharmaceuticals are expected to attract attention with alluring wrappings. Most packaged products additionally carry both consumer and supplier information.


Panel-free PET bottle

09 October, 2004

Graham Packaging Company, a maker of blow-moulded plastic containers, has unveiled a technology that gives users design freedom and flexibility in creating a packaging identity never before available in plastic.


How to create a label

06 October, 2004 by John Brennan | Supplied by: insignia Pty Ltd

In today's increasingly competitive retail environment, product recognition is everything. Now more than ever there is a major focus on product presentation and hence the creation of the product label is extremely important


Print quality for flexible packs

10 September, 2004

Developing retail packaging can be a minefield for marketers irrespective of whether you are an experienced campaigner with strong brands that offer leverage for newly created products or the new kid on the block with a great idea that will allow you to displace those firmly entrenched brands.


Alternative to canning

06 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Tetra Pak Marketing Pty Ltd

Tetra Pak technology has made it possible to create a paper-based packaging material that is rugged enough to withstand the high temperatures of retorting


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