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IBC/Shell Packaging Introduces the Vizion

December 9, 2005

IBC/Shell Packaging announced the launch of its new patent-pending Vizion package. The Vizion incorporates the key attributes of traditional rigid set boxes and fine folding cartons. The result is sleek and beautiful, yet the Vizion is a muscular and sturdy packaging solution.
The premium structure is available in SBS, foil, and intensely reflective color matched METPET materials. Full and partial telescoping cover-lids are provided, creating either a soft wrap nuance or a hard top feel. Vizion covers are also available in transparent PET, PETG, and PVC materials. Foil stamping, multi-level embossing, overall embossing and custom textures are all possible. Registered holographic imaging, screenprinting, UV lamination and special coatings, as well as matte, gloss and satin film lamination are options. Metallic, fluorescent and pearlescent additives, plus in-line flexographic metallics can be used. It is available in up to 12 color lithography.
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