This week’s POW! Package of the Week! takes a look at how Logitech used both product and package development to launch its Ergo M575 trackball and how the packaging and product aligns with the tech brand’s overarching sustainability goals.
Packaging Impressions’ sister publication, the APPARELIST, has released the second in a series highlighting Stakes Manufacturing, disability inclusion, and helping the printing industry explore a viable business option.
At a BOBST event in June 2022, the company unveiled solutions to help printers and converters navigate the fast-changing packaging market to industry insiders including the staff of Packaging Impressions.
This week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! looks at augmented reality labels from beverage packaging innovator Jones Soda Company. View the video to learn how collaboration and the power of printed packaging with augmented reality technology brought this fun and memorable collection to “virtual” life.
As the weather heated up in Texas, Esko made a big splash at the Gaylord Convention Center & Resort on Lake Grapevine in Texas. The event, which was held June 7 to 9, marked EskoWorld’s return to a live setting with more than 120 sessions, demonstrations, workshops and more.
This week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! is a sophisticated yet whimsical carton for Baby Oilogic’s essential oil care for stuffy nose and cough.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week — Takis Dragon Sweet Chili package — showcases how brilliant color printing combined with a bold package design can deliver financial growth for packaged foods brands.
In this interview, Mark Subers, President, Exhibitions & Events, at the PRINTING United Alliance, discusses how package printers and converters as well as the brands they serve can leverage the massive PRINTING United Expo to discover printing technologies sure to help them pull ahead of their competitors.
This week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! looks at a digitally printed and laser cut-and-scored carton for One Basix protein bars line by One Brands, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Virtual Packaging sent us the packaging, which was printed at the PSP’s plant in Grapeview, Texas.
When Quad and Landa announced this week that the PSP is adding a Landa S10P Nanographic Printing Press to its production arsenal, they focused on how the innovative technology will help improve Quad's printed visual merchandising and design solutions for retail, but the story doesn’t end there.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week — the Schick Xtreme Men's Bamboo Hybrid Razor — showcases how a CPG can make considerable circularity gains in product development when the product and printed package are designed and manufactured using a holistic strategy.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week — the limited edition packaging for Betsy Farms — demonstrates how spectacularly executed printed packages can help a brand stand out on shelf.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week — the Nestlé Smarties Stand-up Pouch — demonstrates how an innovative approach to single-use packaging can lead to sustainability gains.
Package printers share insights from leveraging hybrid presses to benefit their customers and improve their businesses.
This week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! looks at clever paperboard sleeves created for The Meatless Farm Company’s meat-free sausage patties. The paperboard packaging came from and was manufactured and printed by Virtual Packaging in Grapevine, Texas.