Packaging Case Studies
Quebec manufacturer of cleaning products gives customers labels they can trust.
Innovative Quebec meat processor turns disaster into opportunity to grow its upscale product range with advanced vacuum skin-forming technologies
Eagle-eyed inspection delivers optimal safety assurance for a thriving perogies processor
Multicolor digital press gives Quebec label producer a colorful competitive edge in a tough marketplace
Turkey processor uses cutting-edge sealing technology for longer product shelf-life and irresistible shelf appeal
Proactive capital investment strategy keeps venerable cookie manufacturer perched near top of the food chain
A global regulation on transporting wood pallets and other wood packaging may have implications for Canada-U.S. trade
Quebec food processor sharpens up its packaging skillset with new bagging machinery for its busy foodservice line
A guide to fuller understanding of pests threatening your packaging operations
Made-in-Canada hooder stretchwrapping system ensures perfect product protection for New Brunswick peat harvester
New hybrid press off to rave reviews and accolades at Metro Label
Leading hair-care products manufacturer combines world-class manufacturing prowess with progressive sustainability practices to cement its marketplace prominence.
Stretchwrapping equipment design evolving with new end-use requirements.
Most consumers only decide which items end up in their shopping basket when they are actually in the shop itself. The ideal packaging therefore jumps off the shelf, speaking to the consumer, providing instant persuasive information about the quality of the product. But no matter how appealing the design of a packaging...
The latest packages are not only stronger but also require less material and permit efficient handling – integrated time-temperature indicators and microchips constantly indicate the product’s state of quality. Active systems are even capable of improving the quality of the contents during storage. For product manufacturers, smart packaging therefore ought to be a big talking point.
Film manufacturer's renewable resource content Terrapet APET films selected by Coty, Inc. for fragrance packaging.
A healthy mix of organic products and sustainable packaging keeps Montreal produce company in the green
New filling line puts Ontario craft brewer on solid footing for future market growth
Starting a new business in a new country and in a fairly mature market can be a pretty tough nut to crack, but overcoming the odds seems to come quite naturally to folks at the Laval, Que.-based Bassé Frères Alimentation Orientale Inc. (Bassé Nuts), a family-owned enterprise specializing in the roasting, blending and packaging of ...
The modern food packaging industry has been using industrial gases—including nitrogen, carbon-dioxide, oxygen and their various combination mixes—for many years as an integral part of the so-called MAP (modified-atmosphere packaging) process. Used primarily to extend the products’ shelf-life, the MAP process can also be highly beneficial in terms of suppressing and inhibiting bacteria growth inside ...