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June 2, 2010

Prime Label & Screen Debuts Patented Tamper Tab

Prime Label & Screen has introduced its patented tamper tab. This “Peel ‘n Resealable” label provides clear tamper evidence upon initial opening for various products housed in flexible packaging, according to the company. Over-the-counter wet wipes and various disposable medical products are ideal applications.
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Lumson Presents Tag System

The Tag-System, new from Lumson, is the first and only airless system with a glass bottle, according to the company. Entirely designed, developed and manufactured by Lumson, this innovative airless system complies with all the technical, functional and quality criteria required by the Airless Pack Association—which the company recently joined.
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Maesa Europe and Alinéa Collaborate on Home Fragrance

With fragrance playing an increasingly critical role in design, Maesa has teamed with Alinéa, a European-based retailer of modern trendy and affordable furniture, to develop a complete collection of home fragrance products.

“Alinéa’s clients value interior design, and are self-indulgent and sensitive to product and market trends,” explained Barbara Sonnet-Djebali, Maesa’s commercial manager for France. “The aim, in meeting the needs of these clients, was to offer fragrance products that are attractive, practical and tell a story.”

Four different sensorial worlds have been created allowing each individual to create their own ambience—for an interior that is unique. The Maesa group has made every effort to create a new type of packaging, which is far from the traditional blister pack, while keeping it “affordable and appealing,” in the true spirit of the brand, added Sonnet-Dejebali.
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SeaCliff Develops New Scented Spa Collection

The Midnight Spa turned to SeaCliff Beauty Packaging & Laboratories to formulate, fill and package its new line of scented products. Available in island, ocean and verbena thyme fragrances, the scented spa products are designed to enhance home spas, indoor fountains and nail salons offering spa pedicures, according to the company.

All three of the products are packaged in SeaCliff’s stock PET bottles.

“We are thrilled to have been able to team up with The Midnight Spa for the launch of this innovative new line of spa products,” said Vonda Simon, president of SeaCliff Beauty Packaging & Laboratories. “Assisting in the project from its inception to completion, we were able to serve as a one-stop shop for The Midnight Spa and ensure that every single aspect of the line fulfilled their individual specifications and requirements.”
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Essential Hygienic Supplies from Qosmedix

Both comfortable and economical, Qosmedix’ popular white Disposable Stretch Headband keeps hair neatly out of the way during makeup or skin care consultations, according to the company. At only $6 for a bag of 24 pieces, the elastic headband will expand to fit comfortably on any client.
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Printpack To Close Seal-It Shrink Label Plant

Printpack, a major manufacturer of flexible packaging products, will close its plant in Farmingdale, NY, at the end of the month. The Farmingdale facility, acquired by Printpack in 2006, was formerly Seal-It Inc.

According to documents filed with the New York State Department of Labor, the plant employed 225 people as of June 2009, when layoffs began. Of the 119 remaining employees in Farmingdale, 10 will continue to work for Printpack elsewhere, and 109 will be laid off, according to the state filings. Some associates are being transferred to other company operations.

Founded in 1956, Printpack has annual sales of $1.3 billion and employs 4,400 people in 25 plants in the U.S., Mexico and England.
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O.Berk Company Celebrates Centennial Anniversary

O.Berk Company, a full-service supplier and distributor of glass and plastic containers, closures, sprayers and pumps, is marking its 100th anniversary.

Its namesake, Osias Berk, established O.Berk in Newark, NJ in 1910. In 1925, the company was purchased by Isaac Goldstein, great grandfather of O.Berk’s current chairman and chief executive officer, Marc M. Gaelen.

O.Berk has seen more than a few changes during the past century. Four generations later, the company has grown from three employees to 150 in four locations. At its inception, O.Berk sold only glass bottles and containers; today, O.Berk provides a full line of glass and plastic containers along with many different types of closures, sprays and pumps, as well as decorating services.
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