September 2022

29
Sep

We Need More Packaging Engineers Like Sam

Need more skilled packaging engineers? Consider offering an experiential education to apprentices from local high schools to build your workforce of the future. …

29
Sep

the[PACK]out Returns to the Lone Star State

Plans are underway for next year’s high-impact and high-energy healthcare packaging conference. …

29
Sep

Inside Frito-Lay’s Packaging R&D Lab

Come along on a visual tour through this inventive facility and see what the team is working on. …

29
Sep

4 Types of Innovation All Packaging Departments Should Know

Innovation is more than a burst of inspiration. It's a disciplined process that can deliver results in myriad ways. …

22
Sep

J&J’s Ethicon to Use Eastman’s Sustainable Co-Polyester for Medical Device Packaging

Ethicon is the first medical device manufacturer to use Eastar Renew, a material produced via Eastman’s molecular recycling technology. …

22
Sep

Planter’s Packaging: More Peanut-Like, Less Plastic

Redesigned peanut-shaped bottles save up to 220 tons of PET plastic yearly as Hormel Foods continues to improve packaging sustainability. …

22
Sep

Planters Nuts Packaging: More Peanut-Like, Less Plastic

Redesigned peanut-shaped bottles save up to 220 tons of PET plastic yearly as Hormel Foods continues to improve packaging sustainability. …

21
Sep

New Spinal Implant Package Strengthens Eco Gains

SeaSpine’s two-in-one pouch for spinal implants halves sterilization costs, reduces storage space, and maintains the sterility of individual components until the point of use. …

19
Sep

Self-Sterilizing Plastic Film Kills Viruses Using Ordinary Light

The first-of-its-kind material is highly effective at neutralizing viruses such as COVID-19, is cheap to produce, and can be easily scaled. …

19
Sep

Recyclable Polypropylene Stand-Up Pouches with Barrier Debut

Südpack develops an aluminum-free, recyclable PP-based stand-up pouch for food packaging that’s 26% lighter in weight than conventional pouches. …