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Dion Label Printing offers both digital and flexographic shrink sleeve printing capabilities. Sleeves may have a selective gloss or matte finish and can be provided in a roll or as single sheets.
Prolamina Corp.’s Pro-Pouch is a stand-up pouch custom designed with w-fold or auxiliary gusset. The company’s Pro-Spout is a 100% leak-proof pre-made pouch with pre-welded fitments.
PDC International Corp. introduced R-300C-TSCB, a multi-use shrink labeler that processes up to 400 difficult-to-label containers per minute.
Oystar USA offers MultiFormat, a chainless transport system for its Hamba range of cup, tub and bottle filling lines. The system allows for automated format changeover that, through time reduction in format changes, can result in production increases of up to 25%.
Overnight Labels offers scuff resistant shrink sleeves that are reverse-printed to offer a 360 degree message. They can be applied to unusually shaped bottles and containers, which would be difficult to silk screen.
Osgood UltraClean Fillers integrate a hygienic low-profile base and advanced sanitizing technology to extend the shelf life of refrigerated dairy and other food products.
ID Technology, powered by Pro Mach, introduced a new addition to its line of Label Printer Applicators, the Model 255. The new model is the first ID Technology applicator system designed to be PackML compliant.
H.S. Crocker introduced a two part peelable die cut lid, which features Comfor lidding that is able to run on existing equipment with no modifications.
Fogg developed a Quick Change capping chuck that can be retrofitted to a Fogg Standard or 700 Series capper giving a similar performance to a Pick N Place capper.
Dow Performance Packaging displayed its 100% Polyethylene stand up pouch at Pack Expo in September. The pouch is manufactured with one raw material, polyethylene, making it easier to recycle, and it can be used in a variety of markets including beverages.
The Kemps ice cream plant in Rochester, Minn., prepares 52 different ice cream mixes, runs multiple filling lines and makes an estimated 900 products for its own brand, co-pack and private label partners, and foodservice accounts. And it does this all day long, every day of the week.
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On-Demand The final industry-developed voluntary enhanced traceability guidelines will be released in the coming weeks. These guidelines have been designed to proactively meet pending traceability requirements under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) as well as address more comprehensive traceability needs from dairy buyers. Is your company prepared to address FSMA, meet buyer needs and start incorporating these guidelines into your business model?
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