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L’Oréal invests in specialist packaging software

02-Apr-2014 - L’Oréal has invested in technology provider Siemens' latest software in an effort to enhance its global packaging operations and inspire product innovation.

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Cardia awarded ‘Green Excellence’ for sustainable work

04-Mar-2014 - Cardia, an Australian supplier of sustainable resins, has been announced as the winner of this year’s International Association of Insolvency Regulators ‘Green Excellence’ award.

Expert reveals customisation opps brands may be missing in ecommerce

18-Feb-2014 - Analysts predict e-commerce purchasing to dominate 70% of all goods bought by 2020. With the rise of this platform comes the opportunity for packaging customisation, but the industry has yet to tap into...

Paper and pulp supplier says it needs support of players like L’Oréal to go greener

12-Feb-2014 - In the wake of L’Oréal’s pledge to zero deforestation by 2020, Indonesia-based Asia Pulp and Paper, one of the leading providers of material for secondary packaging, has reaffirmed its objectives...

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PCHi 2014 gearing up for next week’s opening

11-Feb-2014 - The Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) 2014 trade show is set to open its doors next week in China.

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Packaging licence for DKSH

11-Feb-2014 - The Hong Kong Department of Health has given market expansion services provider DKSH a license for secondary packaging.

Anti-aging skin care poised to push on cosmetics packaging

15-Jan-2014 - The cosmetics packaging market is expected to be worth $32.4 billion by 2018 thanks to growing demand from the skin care packaging market as anti-aging remains a top consumer priority.

Luxe Pack Shanghai set to grow by 25%

14-Jan-2014 - This year’s Luxe Pack Shanghai event is set to have 25% more exhibitors, including 150 companies, when the event opens its doors at the Shanghai Exhibition Center (SEC) on April 16th....

Weener Plastics Packaging buys out India-based subsidiary

02-Jan-2014 - Germany-based Weener Plastics Packaging has acquired the remaining shares in its Mumbai-headquartered subsidiary, Weener Empire Plastics.

HCP increases size of Chinese facility

10-Dec-2013 - Chinese cosmetics packaging manufacturer HCP has announced that it plans to improve the manufacturing capabilities of its facility in Suzhou, China.

Mintel: Asian luxury packaging innovations

05-Dec-2013 - Despite the growth of mass-market Asia products, innovations in luxury packaging from this region are often overlooked. In recent years, high-end glass products from Asian companies, particularly those in Korea,...

Facial masks creep on to the radar for U.S. beauty consumers

04-Dec-2013 - They have long been on the beauty shopping list for Asian consumers, but U.S. consumers are now also starting to pick up facial masks, claims major manufacturer Taiki.

Northern Technologies targets South Asian market for bioplastic packaging

03-Dec-2013 - US-based Northern Technologies International Corporation (NTIC) has formed Natur-Tec India, a majority-owned venture that will be based in Chennai, with the aim of targeting India and other South Asian markets.

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Pack Peek: A gallery round-up of the latest packaging news

26-Nov-2013 - As winter kicks in it’s time to wrap up warm and there have been plenty of new wrappings and packs in the cosmetics industry. Here, Cosmetics Design delves into some...

Pacific Glas: new innovations will put Korean luxury packaging on the map

20-Nov-2013 - At the recent LuxePack Monaco event, Korean packaging company Pacific Glas displayed a number of innovations which it believes will help put the Asian luxury packaging industry on the map.

LuxePack experts: Asia not yet a threat to Europe in luxury packaging

19-Nov-2013 - Despite the proliferation of low-cost cosmetics packaging, Europe still maintains a significant lead in the luxury end of industry according to commentators at the recent Luxepack Monaco conference.  


Promens develops new airless ritual with ‘first of its kind’ dispenser

29-Oct-2013 - The packaging supplier has developed what it says is the first ecological global airless dispensing system, which takes traditional airless technology to a new level by combining ergonomics and sensuality in one jar....

Packaging supplier calls foul on ‘golden handcuff’ deals

28-Oct-2013 - Packaging professionals should be aware of too-good-to be-true incentives that combine ‘free’ machinery as part of contracts with adhesives suppliers.

PCHi 2014 opens registration and calls for entries for its new product showcase

15-Oct-2013 - The organizer of PCHi 2014, which this year takes place in Shanghai  19 – 21 February, has opened up registration and is also looking for entries for its new product showcase area.

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Customisation of packaging is helping cosmetic companies to stand out

11-Oct-2013 - Increasingly it is added functionality, increased efficacy and targeted packaging technology that is tapping into the important trend for more personalised cosmetic products, according to a packaging design expert.

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Pack Peek: New packaging this October

09-Oct-2013 - As Autumn begins, the world of packaging has seen new launches in the professional, baby care and hair care markets. Here, Cosmetics Design delves into some of the latest personal...

Law case could give way to mandatory sealing of personal care products in India

09-Oct-2013 - Activist lawyer Geetanjali Tapan Dutta has filed a law case in India that aims to make the sealing of personal care products in India mandatory.

Anisa reflects on a decade of manufacturing in China

03-Oct-2013 - Cosmetics packaging supplier Anisa International are celebrating a decade of production in China and its founder and CEO says that it is down to the quality that they can produce...

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The importance of beauty packaging? It’s make or break…

02-Oct-2013 - For a lot of cosmetics and personal care products the packaging is very important as it can help position a product, engage the consumer and convey the correct, or incorrect,...

Avery Dennison launches new adhesive designed for thin labels

27-Sep-2013 - With packaging manufacturers making every effort to reduce the materials used in the manufacturing process, Avery Dennison says it has designed especially for thin labels.

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