Unilever is using a new technology to create the first-ever paper-based laundry detergent bottle, made of sustainably sourced pulp and designed to be recycled in standard paper waste streams.
ITC Savlon introduces a sustainable “squeezable” handwash pack; contains 22% less plastic than regular pump packs
ITC Savlon has been at the forefront of disruptive thinking and design re-engineering to enable innovation and efficiency in the health and hygiene segment. In line with its mission to provide access, convenience and affordable solutions in hand hygiene, ITC Savlon introduces Savlon Pichkiao handwash, a first of its kind handwash pack format that is reusable, refillable and easy to use and carry.
Pune, 04June 2021: Elephant, a leading design agency, has won the coveted A’Design Award – Silver in the ‘Packaging Design category’ for their packaging for Himalaya Sheet Masks. The new product has been launched in markets across the globe including the Middle East, Southeast Asia as well as Europe.
In this episode of Packaging Talks we catch up with Paul Jenkins, Managing Director of ThePackHub, a leading packaging innovation consultancy helping brand owners, retailers,
Degree is committed to giving millions of people the confidence to move more. Now the brand has collaborated with consumers with disabilities and a diverse group of experts to come up with a concept deodorant that makes application easier.
Albéa is proud that its pioneering mono-material HDPE tube with cap has just been approved by RecyClass (Plastics Recyclers Europe). RecyClass is a cross-industry initiative that works to advance plastic packaging recyclability in Europe through Design for Recycling guidelines. This approval proves that our tube+cap is compatible with established, at-scale HDPE bottles recycling stream.
Unilever’s oral care brands including Signal, Pepsodent and Closeup have announced plans to convert their entire global toothpaste portfolio to recyclable tubes by 2025. After four years of development, the recyclable tubes will be available later this year in two of Unilever’s biggest oral care markets: France and India.
Max Ventures & Industries Limited’s (MaxVIL) subsidiary Max Speciality Films Limited (MSFL), which manufactures specialty packaging films will be investing upto Rs. 500 Mn in a new CPP Line which will have a capacity of 7.2 KTPA (Kilo Tonnes Per Annum).
INEOS Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, celebrates 90 years of polystyrene, a material that has significantly contributed to societal well-being for over almost a century. Polystyrene became one of the first commercially available polymers enabling a wide range of products that enhance our daily lives. Polystyrene is made for recycling, making it the material of choice for the future.
Colgate-Palmolive has revealed the nation’s first recyclable toothpaste tube – the result of five years research – and immediately offered the technology to rival companies to help reduce landfill waste. Colgate Smile for Good plastic tubes use high-density polyethylene (HDPE), classified as recyclable by the Australasian Recycling Label Program of the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO). It can be disposed of at kerbside plastic recycling bins.
In this exclusive conversation with Dr.Rangaprasad, Mr.Jeevaraj Pillai, Joint President, Packaging Business & New Product Development U Flex Ltd, provides insights about the current technology
LiquiGlide Announces New Partnerships and Latest Funding Round as Frictionless Future Becomes a Reality
Invented at MIT by co-founders Dave Smith and Professor Kripa Varanasi, the company’s first-of-its-kind patented technology removes friction, allowing thick, slow-moving liquids to flow with ease. The company first captivated imaginations worldwide when it debuted a popular video that showed a new world of possibilities in packaging and beyond. By eliminating friction, LiquiGlide has made previously impossible advancements in packaging, manufacturing, and medical devices a reality via safe and sustainable solutions that meet rigorous safety and regulatory standards.