Canadian Packaging

Features


  • Feature Converting

    Highly Empressed

    November 28, 2008 by Andrew Joseph, Features Editor

    A transition from commercial printing to package converting is a common enough story in the Canadian package manufacturing industry, but not that many companies out there can boast the kind of success and satisfaction with such a move as folks

  • Feature Automation

    Turkey Shoot

    October 28, 2008 by Andrew Joseph

    The way today’s hyper-competitive packaged foods business is often portrayed as a virtual battlefield of some sorts, having a company’s history rooted in real-life war drama may not be such a bad thing at all. It certainly hasn’t done any

  • Feature Automation

    Delta Force

    October 28, 2008 by Andrew Joseph, Features Editor

    While the humble corrugated box may be one of the most simple and rudimentary packages around today, there is very little that is primitive or low-tech about the modern-day machinery used to stuff those boxes with all manner of packaged

  • Feature Automation

    The Big Cheese Of Schomberg

    October 27, 2008 by Andrew Joseph, Features Editor

    If cheese really is milk’s leap into immortality, as American writer Clifton Fadiman once deftly deadpanned, then it is only fitting that people who cut their teeth in the cheese business early in life tend to stick around that industry

  • Feature Automation

    Bagging Rights

    October 27, 2008 by Pierre Deschamps

    In the food industry, it takes many kinds of ideas, products and machinery to make the world go round—and Laval, Que.-based food processor and distributor CLIC International Inc. certainly provides a compelling case for variety being the spice of life.


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