The deadline for the 33rd annual packagePRINTING Excellence Awards is quickly approaching. Make sure you enter your best work to be considered for the competition. There are even some new perks this year for the winners!
Since yesterday was Earth Day, this week's episode of POW! features an innovative brand that goes above and beyond in implementing environmentally-friendly packaging. Truman's, an online provider of household cleaning supplies, stands out in its market segment with reusable bottles and recyclable cartridges.
With a need for short runs of beer labels for its small batches of craft beer, San Diego-based Home Brewing Co. decided to reassess how it sourced its labels. Check out this case study from BRAND United, which details how transitioning from offset to digitally-printed labels helped the brewery increase its design flexibility, reduce inventory and cut costs.
Last week, five judges with industry expertise spanning multiple segments of the package printing industry visited packagePRINTING's Philadelphia headquarters to judge the 32nd annual packagePRINTING Excellence Awards. Take a look at this glimpse of the day's events and be sure to check out our August issue to see which entries took home prizes!
In October 2019, PRINTING United will break down the obstructive silos that have been established and will align all segments of printing technology under one roof with the goal of providing significantly increased ROI for exhibitors and attendees. This three-day event will take place in Dallas.
Peter Schaefer, a partner with printing industry M&A and investment banking firm New Direction Partners, describes the recent Cenveo Chapter 11 bankruptcy announcement and how it will impact the company, its suppliers and future contracts.
With 2018 right around the corner, Mintel, a market intelligence agency, has revealed its five global packaging trends for the new year. David Luttenberger, Mintel's global packaging director, shares why these trends will play a major role in 2018.
Idealliance Brand Q certification program offers assessment tools, technical resources, and online education to ensure brand integrity.
As the calendar turns to the new year, Mintel, a global market research firm announces the key trends that it expects will have an impact on packaging markets around the world. David Luttenberger, Mintel's global packaging director, stopped by the packagePRINTING studio to discuss 2017 trends and share some examples.
New Direction Partners' Paul Reilly and Peter Schaefer discuss Jarden Corp.'s acquisition of Visant Holding Corp., the parent company of Jostens Inc., as well as the pricing of Multi Packaging Solutions initial public offering and The Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates.