Packaging, labelling & coding

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.


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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