Consumables-Substrates - Paper
The global market for glassine paper is expected to double in the next decade to $4.7 billion USD. And almost every other paper market in the world utilizes glassine: Europe, Asia, South America. Every market except North America.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week looks at the eco-efficient folding carton for Kamedis Calm Eczema Therapy Cream. View the video to learn more about how the brand used sophisticated design and precision printing to connect with end consumers with chronic skin conditions.
Lessebo Paper is launching Lessebo Colours to meet the expanding demand for high quality colored papers in the luxury packaging market.
As a result of growing demand for high-quality label papers, Sappi broadened its portfolio of non-wet strength wet-glue label papers.
This week’s POW! Package of the Week is the dazzlingly sophisticated label for Cook’s gourmet banana flavoring. View the video to learn more about how the label, printed by Multi-Color Corp., spotlights the brand in a manner that is both dramatic yet upscale through metallics, stock choice, color and more.
Aging inventories, continued labor challenges, and paper shortages were hot topics at the TLMI Annual Meeting 2022 as supplier and packaging converters and printers discussed the current state of the supply chain for label printing and how they can adapt.
Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives North America is better able to service the wine and spirits industry.
Could there be a bright spot on the horizon in the paper industry?
On this episode of Package of the Week, Packaging Impressions looks at the printed box for the Instant Pot Vortex Mini Air Fryer. View the video to check out how the printed packaging and smart package design communicates the product's unique selling propositions.
On this week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week, we look at the printed cartons for Mason Dixie Foods’ buttermilk biscuits. The packaging not only attracts shoppers’ eyes with its smart and bold design printed superbly, but it also helped the brand pivot from a service-based business to a packaged goods company.