MSM Solutions and Advanced Poly-Packaging have revealed plans to provide bagging solutions for manufacturing and e-commerce applications.
The partnership will combine packaging solutions with radio-frequency identification (RFID) and barcode technology for the food packaging, retail, hardware, medical parts, and automotive markets.
Based in the US, MSM provides integrated barcode and RFID products, while Advanced Poly-Packaging manufactures high-quality poly bags and bagging machines.
The transaction is expected to enable MSM to meet increasing demand for innovative packaging solutions.
Beatson Clark has developed new bottles for M&S’ own-brand salad dressings range.
The new 235ml bottle was developed based on research conducted by English Provender Company, which found that consumers were having to throw away large amounts of residual salad dressing due to the wide neck of the previous 275ml bottle.
Featuring a narrower neck and simple design, the new bottle is claimed to provide comfort while pouring.
Technical considerations such as line constraints and fill speeds were taken into account while creating the new bottle to prevent unnecessary wastage.
United Packaging Group (UPG) has entered a deal to meet the packaging needs of V Group on the West Coast.
Under the agreement, UPG will produce 12oz and 16oz bottles for V Group’s partner Fernhill Beverage’s RK Super and RK Super XL brands.
The deal also includes producing V Group’s partner Leaf of Faith’s Patience line of beverage products and co-packing V Group’s own Fitness Water product, which is packaged in a dumbbell-shaped pack.
Based in the US, UPG is engaged in manufacturing, co-packaging and distributing packaging products.
OMET has agreed to sell Durst’s Tau label printing product line in North America.
The deal will offer a combination of engineering capabilities with digital and flexo printing expertise, alongside services to label printers through OMET’s office in Chicago, Illinois, US.
OMET is a manufacturer of packaging printing and tissue converting machines, while Durst produces advanced digital printing equipment and production technologies.
Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in Italy.