When a product’s packaging goes beyond its basic function of making the product easy to transport and enhances the consumer’s experience with the product in some way, it creates an even more positive user experience, which can enhance loyalty and repurchase frequency.
Pantone, a wholly-owned subsidiary of X-Rite, has revealed its Color of the Year for 2018. The color is being referred to as "dramatically provocative and thoughtful," and is one that "communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us towards the future."
Flextec Corporation’s mission has always been to provide “Quality First Without Compromise,” and its recent achievement of full digital certification from Graphic Measures International (GMI) on its HP Indigo 8000, has reinforced that mission even further.
In announcing its intention to take part in the premier edition of PRINT United, SCREEN Americas has made clear that its decision rests on two things: the desire to target its marketing efforts to decision makers; and its belief that the curated experience PRINT United promises to provide will deliver maximum value to attendees and exhibitors alike.
To stay competitive in today’s increasingly fast-paced digital world, packaging converters need to re-evaluate their color workflows. It’s time to debunk three of the most common myths in the packaging color workflow to build a more technically viable color measurement and management process for packaging converters.
Every year, Constantia Flexibles manufactures packaging for more than 50% of the 150 million chocolate Santa Clauses produced in Germany. The patented method, which involves aluminum foil being produced industrially and rolled, has been in existence for more than 100 years.
Between the talking wine labels powered by augmented reality, creative packaging from one of Netflix's most popular shows, and the latest innovations from a major press manufacturer, the month of November featured a variety of interesting packaging news.
Heidelberg's Packaging Day event highlighted the company's latest solutions for package printing, including offset and digital printing technology. More than 300 visitors from around the world attended the event.
Karlville has announced it has entered into an agreement with ePac Holdings, LLC to establish a digital flexible packaging facility at its Miami headquarters. ePac is North America’s first flexible packaging company focused on the quick turn, short to medium run length market, based on the latest in digital printing technology.
Novolex, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group and an industry leader in packaging choice and sustainability, has announced it has agreed to acquire certain assets and business operations of Shields Bag and Printing Co., a leading manufacturer of custom engineered flexible packaging products located in Yakima, Wash.