Monthly Archives: September 2013

PackPlus To Bring Future Trends On Board!

PackPlus, this year, is inspired by the development and the design, both in terms of bringing the Indian packaging industry at par with global trends. The first ever LIVE demonstration of machines in India, synchronised using PackML standards, guards the development part with the display of the revolutionary concept – for the industry to come, read more »

Nick Talbot, Tata Elxsi To Speak at International Packaging Conclave 2013

International Thought Leader- Nick Talbot, Global Design Head, Tata Elxsi Ltd. will be a keynote speaker at International Packaging Conclave 2013. Nick Talbot brings with him over 20 years of design experience in working with some of the world’s most innovative brands. As the Global Design Head at Tata Elxsi, Nick is responsible for all read more »

Shombit Sengupta To Speak At International Packaging Conclave 2013

Shombit Sengupta, Founder Chairman, Shining Consulting will be the keynote speaker at International Packaging Conclave 2013. Shombit Sengupta is an international consultant to top management on differentiating business strategy with execution excellence. Companies like Unilever, Danone, Nestle, Dow Chemicals, Procter & Gamble, Henkel, Delta, Adidas, L’Oreal, SmithKline Beecham, Reckitt & Benckiser and Renault are among read more »

Positive Packaging Building Capacity In India And UAE

Empee Group subsidiary Positive Packaging Industries Ltd. has grown through expansion of existing facilities and acquisitions in India and UAE. “We have invested around $ 50 million in setting-up new plants, buying machinery and acquisitions in last few years,” said Anil Sadhwani, Director, RenewSys division. The Mumbai-based company makes printed, laminated and barrier-grade flexible packaging read more »

Pepsi Looking To Add Aroma To Its Packaging

PepsiCo has filed a patent for an ‘aroma delivery system’ for packaging, which the company is looking to adapt for products such as juices and chilled drinks. According to the inventors Peter Given and Naijie Zhang, the process uses aroma compounds encapsulated in gelatin capsules that are broken when a drinks container is opened. “Research read more »

Esko To Acquire CAPE Systems

Esko recently announced its intent to purchase CAPE Systems, a provider of software solutions for packaging design, pallet load optimization and supply chain profitability. CAPE is active worldwide through a network of resellers, and is headquartered in Allen, TX (US) with offices in London, UK. “Esko is continually evolving from a prepress solution provider to read more »

International Packaging Conclave 2013 Focuses on Sustainable and Innovative Packaging Design

The high profile networking & knowledge event will be held on 5 October at Jaypee Green Golf Spa and Resort, Greater Noida, New Delhi (NCR). The International Packaging Conclave is conceived as a smart networking and knowledge sharing event that looks at one big idea or trend in an interactive afternoon every edition. The event read more »

Saurabh Flexipack System Offers High Speed Packaging With CONTIBAG

Saurabh Flexipack Systems (P) Ltd.  has been manufacturing a broad menu of packaging machines from last 15 years and has successfully carved a niche in the industry with its quality packaging machinery. The company presents its all new CONTIBAG, one of the highest speed packaging machines for the country. These machines are made up in read more »

Robtech Presents Ecological Gluing With GREENLINE

Robatech’s market appearance has been characterized by a green logo for more than 30 years, and the concept hotmelters of the latest GREENLINE generation are also ‘green’ because their working mode is particularly energy saving. Up to 171 percent energy can be saved in combination with a heated hose NW 6 mm and the fully read more »

Ecobliss Launches Easy To Open Blister Pack

Usually the blister packs are either face heat seal carded packs or clamshell packs. In case of face seal packs, when the customer tries to remove the blister either part of plastic remains with the board or some paper remains with the plastic. In case of Clamshell blisters it is very difficult to tear open read more »