All Packaging articles – Page 14

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    Produce Packaging re-brands

    2006-10-02T18:01:02Z

    Produce Packaging will celebrate the re-branding of its company at the National Fruit Show next month, marking 25 years in business.

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    Sharp Interpack acquires Rexam’s plastic packaging division

    2006-09-08T15:01:01Z

    Sharp Interpack has today confirmed rumours that it has acquired Rexam’s Bristol based food plastic packaging division for an undisclosed sum.

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    New packaging to reduce banana bruising

    2006-08-14T16:01:01Z

    Bruised bananas could be a thing of the past with a Banana Saver launched this week.

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    Zip-Pak launches new packaging

    2006-03-05T17:01:01Z

    Zip-Pak, the Netherlands-based re-sealable packaging specialist, has launched a zippered degradable packaging for food products.

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    Packaging portfolio revamped

    2006-02-24T12:01:01Z

    French container manufacturer International Paper has revamped its portfolio with a new range of cartons for the European fresh produce industry.

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    Packaging website solution

    2006-02-17T17:01:01Z

    Arlington Packaging has launched a new website to attract customers looking for a returnable packaging solution.

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    ECR UK launches free Retail Ready Packaging guide

    2005-08-25T16:01:01Z

    Retail Ready Packaging (RRP) has been identified as a key way to address the industry's £3billion on-shelf availability problem.

  • Packaging needs could scupper RFID
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    Packaging needs could scupper RFID

    2005-07-10T12:01:01Z

    Recyclables and RFID tagging may be the buzzwords in packaging but we are unlikely to see a huge shift in either direction, said Tim Rothwell, senior VP of Lansdown Capital Ltd.

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    Translations to boost packaging standard

    2004-11-04T13:01:00Z

    The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Institute of Packaging (IoP) will be releasing translations in languages of key manufacturing countries of the revised Packaging Standard, coming into force on 1 March 2005.

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    Institute of Packaging seeks professionalism

    2004-06-02T15:01:00Z

    The Institute of Packaging (IOP) is developing professional standards to be used by the industry as part of the restructuring.

  • Potatopak products offer a sustainable alternative to conventional packaging materials
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    Bio-packaging breakthrough

    2004-04-29T17:15:18Z

    In this week’s focus on packaging, Produce Packaging teams up with Potatopak Limited on a range of biodegradable products, Leading Edge continues to provide innovative packaging solutions, Molins machinery, Zip-Pak and TNA Europe all introduce new products into the market and Great Western Packaging scoops a design award.

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    Pollsters tackle packaging

    2004-03-28T12:01:00Z

    Packaging is not only shaping the future of the fresh produce industry but is critical to maintaining fruit appearance, according to some of those voting in this week's freshinfo poll.

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    Packaging pioneers

    2003-04-11T09:09:14Z

    Throughout April, the Journal will feature a series of articles on issues and developments that concern those involved with the packaging sector of the fresh produce industry. This week, Plaform profiles its new ranges, while over the page Sharp Interpack outlines how it has kept its position as one of the UK's leading thermoformers of rigid plastic packaging.

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    Fresh ideas for produce packaging from Veriplast

    2003-04-11T09:08:18Z

    VERIPLAST International is the sales and marketing division of Autobar Disposables Group. The company is Europe's leading

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    Packaging workshop to turn ideas into reality

    2001-09-10T00:00:00Z

    Packaging solutions offered in unique collaberation.Institute of Printing and Institute of Packaging team-up for special show.