Earlier this month, Dove announced that it would be launching a line of deodorants featuring a reusable stainless steel case, allowing consumers to simply buy replacement deodorant stick refills, helping to keep plastic out of landfills. Here at Packaging Impressions, we got our hands on one of Dove's starter kits, and were impressed not only with the reusable aspects of the packaging, but the paperboard folding carton that it comes in.
Increasing efficiency and automation remain as top priorities in the package printing industry, as printers and converters seek to boost their revenues. But can these goals be achieved without increasing internal headcount? Tune into our upcoming webinar to find out why the answer is 'Yes.'
In today's episode of POW!, we take a look at the packaging for Green Gobbler's Drain Clog Dissolver, how it helps reduce the brand's footprint, and improves the user experience.
One of the most highly sought after resources in the printing industry, the 2020 Printing Impressions 350 has been revealed, ranking the top printing companies in the United States and Canada based on their annual sales. Package printers were once again well-represented on the list; read on to see where the top 10 packaging companies ranked within the overall 350.
During the virtual Digital Packaging Summit, held Dec. 1-3, 2020, three adopters of the technology shared their experiences with single-pass digital corrugated production, and the impact it has had on their companies and the brands they serve.
The Tastefully Dressed line of salad dressings from Marzetti features a shrink sleeve that provides complete decoration of the plastic bottle, creating not just visual differentiation, but tactile attributes via its coating.
In a move that “brings together what belongs together,” the Flint Group Flexographic and Xeikon Prepress divisions have joined forces to form XSYS, a new division within Flint Group. With this restructuring, Flint Group stated it is now better positioned to offer tailor-made prepress solutions to its customers.
Following the recent announcement of Avery Dennison's acquisition of ACPO, Jeroen Diderich, VP and GM of Avery Dennison Label and Graphic Materials, North America, offered further insight into the joining of the two companies.
During the recent virtual Digital Packaging Summit, two leading digital label printers discussed a wide range of topics, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the automation and efficiency advantages of digital, and words of advice for those seeking to enter the digital market.
In today's episode of POW!, we take a deep dive into the packaging for Mixicles, a frozen botanical mixer that comes in cube form. For this innovative product, the team at Mixicles required an innovative package to match, resulting in an array of colorful folding cartons with a unique structural design.
Flexible packaging is a segment full of opportunity for digital production technologies. During the recent virtual Digital Packaging Summit, two package printers who have incorporated these technologies shared their experiences and discussed the opportunities digital presents.
As we wind down 2020 and eagerly await 2021, here is a look back at the top 5 most visited Packaging Impressions articles, as determined by you, our readers.
There's nothing like relaxing with a good cup of tea, and in today's episode of POW!, we're taking a look at how Rishi Tea & Botanicals adds to the tranquility of the tea drinking experience with its impeccable folding carton and flexible pouches.
In the flexible packaging industry, the change in administration, ongoing sustainability initiatives, and the global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic will keep converters and suppliers on their toes in a rapidly evolving environment. In its November edition of the monthly FPA Now newsletter, the Flexible Packaging Association shared several of the advocacy efforts it has taken part in to support the industry.
In today's episode of POW!, we take a trip north of the border to learn the history of the wine industry in Canada's Niagara Peninsula with a wine label that pays homage to Thomas G. Bright, a pioneer of the Canadian wine industry, dating back to 1874.