A monthly look at some of the hits and misses in the packaging world from the viewpoint of Joe Public, Canadian Packaging magazine’s revolving columnists. From the December 2018 issue.
UPM Raflatac’s VanishT PCR with recycled content face and liner a global first for clear film labeling
Kombucha tea innovator leveraging superior packaging execution to fuel market demand for its novel hydration creations
Berlin Packaging poised to continue stand-out performance as leading packaging supplier
The ability to reuse glass bottles has significant environmental benefits.
The SureHandle will be shown for the first time at PLMA.
Conferences, seminars, trade shows, training and more for companies involved in the packaging industry.
Writer Nick Douglas offers a candid take on just what consumers should do with recyclable products when they have finished using them.
Metal organic compounds produce a new class of glass, according to The Pennsylvania State University.
Owens-Illinois, in conjunction with PAC Packaging Consortium wants to welcome registered guests to the world of glass making at its plant in Brampton, Ont.
Stoelzle Masnieres debuts its Quali Glass Coat 2.0, a new decoration process for glass bottles.
UK maker and seller of hand-crafted premium spirits distilled in small batches gains a spectacular new look thanks to Allied Glass.
The Coca-Cola Company announces new global vision to help create a world without waste to help collect and recycle a bottle or can for every one it sells by 2030.
Nanoscale “grass” structures also enable smart glass that switches from hazy to clear in presence of water.
Entries draw on O-I’s unique global reach to inspire future designs in glass.