SuperLock wins Packaging Oscar
Plastic pot SuperLock from RPC Superfos received an Oscar for its outstanding barrier properties and user friendliness at Salon Emballage 2012.
November 21, 2012
by Canadian Packaging Staff
RPC Superfos, a Denmark-based manufacturer of injection moulded plastic packaging, supplying high-quality packaging for food and non-food products won Packaging Oscar for its SuperLock recent Salon Emballage 2012 in Paris in the Consumer Goods Section for Foodstuff.
The SuperLock is a plastic pot that offers very long shelf life for many types of convenience food.
The light-weight, injected molded plastic container is available with barrier protection on all surfaces of the packaging and it is also membrane sealed. The combination of the two properties ensures an almost non-existent oxygen transmission meaning convenience food can stay on shelf two to three times longer than some types of packaging.
The SuperLock also offers eye-catching decoration options and has a user-friendly twist-off lid.
SuperLock is already on shelves all over Europe containing food products such as fruit desserts, nuts, vegetable spreads, dairy products, pickles, dips and sourdough.
A total of 108 candidates were running for the award, hoping to get one of the 17 Oscars awarded to prize winners in various categories. The winners were selected by a high level jury assisted by top professional members of the international packaging community.
For more information, visit contact www.rpc-superfos.com.