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Topline Products Installs Blow Molding Equipment at Plant

November 23, 2010

Topline Products Installs Blow Molding Equipment at Plant

Topline Products Installs Blow Molding Equipment at Plant

Topline Products Company Inc. recently installed state-of-the-art blow molding equipment at its Topline Michigan plant in Dundee, MI. According to the company, the new manufacturing capability will enable Topline to produce bottles and other components for mascara and lipgloss, offering its international customers both an Asian and North American base for product launches. Topline produces cosmetics packaging and products at four manufacturing sites in China.

Topline purchased the Michigan plant, formerly Motor City Plastics, in June 2010, as previously reported in Happi.
More info: www.topline-usa.com

Qosmedix Expands Range Of Airless Pump Bottles
Qosmedix recently expanded its range of airless packaging to include a new family of elegant pump bottles. Companies can choose from three different sizes in the series: 15ml (Part No. 29897), 30ml (Part No. 29898) and 50ml (Part No. 29899) for packaging cream, lotion or liquid formulas. According to the Qosmedix, a platinum colored cap and base add the look of luxury, while the clear body allows users to see the level of contents inside.
More info: www.qosmedix.com

Fusion Packaging Reveals New Airless Bottle
Fusion Packaging has released a new airless bottle aptly named Reveal. A transparent view strip enables the user to see the product within. The packaging is available in 15ml, 30ml and 50ml sizes for a variety of personal care products.

“We continue to focus on providing a vast array of options when it comes to airless packaging.Ensuring the consumers’ repurchase, Reveal will surely increase a brand’s loyalty,” said Derek Harvey, co-chief executive officer of Fusion Packaging.
More info: www.fusionpkg.com



Susan Brown’s Baby Wins Rexam’s 5th Formulation Challenge

Susan Brown, head of Susan Brown’s Baby.

Susan Brown’s Baby, Inc. won Rexam’s 5th Annual Formulation Challenge, according to the company.

In this latest contest, personal care product innovators were asked to create a baby care product based upon the company’s EZi one-touch mechanical foamer, said the company.

In congratulating the winner, Casper Kleiman, product manager, toiletries, Rexam Personal Care Division, said,“Innovation is the lifeblood of our business, and new dispensing technologies, and inventive formulations such as this year’s winner, demonstrate that the creative spirit is very much alive and well in the personal care industry.”

For its winning entry, Arizona-based Susan Brown’s Baby earned a corporate prize of $10,000. The company (www.susanbrownsbaby.com) prides itself on “pure and gentle luxury products for baby and mom.”
More info: www.rexam.com/personalcare
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