Longtime Packaging Impressions editor-in-chief Cory Francer introduces the magazine’s new editor-in-chief Linda Casey. They also discuss Cory’s new role as an industry analyst for NAPCO Research and how he will continue to be part of the Packaging Impressions community through his research work.
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.
View this week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! to learn how Virtual Packaging in Grapevine, Texas printed and converted a stunner of a folding carton that communicates well on shelf and looks fantastic doing it.
Dean Kenan of SCREEN Americas discusses the company’s strong presence in the U.S. digital printing market through SCREEN and Inca Digital, SCREEN Americas' growing commitment to the digital packaging market, and the evolution of SCREEN’s label press.
On this week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week, we check out alternative packaging created by L’Oreal and ProAmpac that is a game-changer for shipping and traveling with liquid cosmetics.
Dan Maurer, vice president of digital print at Heidelberg, and Cory Francer, leading industry analyst for the printing and packaging market at NAPCO Research, discuss Heidelberg continues to innovate indigital and conventional printing technologies to help PSPs in the tenacious pursuit of operating efficiency.
When selling a bourbon that pre-dates the Civil War and flowed during Prohibition, you want your packaging to express its rich past.
Cory Francer, packaging and printing industry analyst with NAPCO Research, interviews Joseph Sanchez, digital business development manager, Dantex Group. They discussed how Dantex leverages its long history in the printing market to develop presses that deliver high quality digital printing of labels.
This week’s POW! spotlights the colorful yet upscale package for Blake’s Seed-Based rice crispy treats. The flexible packaging leverages high quality printing to reproduce stellar food photography with fantastic taste appeal.
This weeks’ POW! Package of the Week takes a look at paperboard packaging for gourmet brand Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. The printed package reinforces the brand identity, with Kraft paper and bold use of spot color, and delivers a novel unpacking experience for the coffee consumer along with a strong presence on shelf.