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Qosmedix Adds Family of Tubes with Matte Black Caps



Published August 1, 2012
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Qosmedix Adds Family of Tubes with Matte Black Caps

Qosmedix Adds Family of Tubes with Matte Black Caps


New family of Natural Tubes with matte black caps from Qosmedix.
• Create your own recognizable line of makeup products for sampling or retail with Qosmedix’s new family of Natural Tubes with matte black caps. Serums, creams, lotions, or foundations can be packaged in the 3ml tube with screw cap or 15ml tube with flip top cap. Lipglosses, gels or serums will glide on easily when using the 8ml tube with roller ball, which has an innovative, pressure sensitive design that delivers product in a controlled manner, one dose at a time. Mascaras, brow gels or lipgloss formulas are ideal for the 8ml natural dispensing tube that comes with a choice of a mascara wand or doe foot applicator tip affixed to the cap. The separate reducer is designed to remove excess product from the tip prior to use, according to the company.

More info: www.qosmedix.com/tubefamily



Mega Airless Micro Round packaging was selected by Mama Mio, a prestige skin care brand.

Mama Mio Taps Mega Airless For Dispensing Solutions
• Mama Mio, a prestige maker of natural skin and facial care products for women, selected Mega Airless dispensers for its new high protein formulations.

The California-based brand’s latest products, carefully developed over the last three years, are dispensed by the Mega Airless Micro Round in 15ml, 30ml and 50ml, as well as the Macro Slim in 100ml.

Mega Airless’ neutral dispenser design is quick to prime and permits complete 360-degree application, exact dosing, highly efficient evacuation and formula stability over the life of the product, without discoloration, drips, clumping or clogging, according to the company.

More info: www.mega-airless.com



Berkeley Packaging Celebrates 20 Years
• Berkeley Contract Packaging of Kenilworth, NJ, a full-service contract packager specializing in all facets of secondary packaging, is proud to be celebrating its 20th year in business.

Services include blister packaging, fin-seal overwrapping, shrink-wrapping, glue tip-ons, hand and kit assembly and more. Berkeley Contract Packaging is FDA registered and follows all cGMPs.

More info: Don Serebrenik, CPP, director of marketing, 908-810-4000 x113 or dserebrenik@bpack.com



Topline has a new plant in Mexico.

Topline Enhances Filling and Assembly Capacity at Mexico Plant

• Topline Products has added a number of assembly and filling capabilities to the existing packaging and assembly operations at its 26,000-sq.ft. plant in Reynosa, Mexico.

The capabilities include an automatic filling line for nail pens, blistercarding, a Sollas overwrap machine for prestige fragrances, and a new nail enamel filling capability added in April. The plant also assembles packaged gift sets and provides labeling for any color cosmetics product.

According to the company, the team there will customize a quality plan capable of servicing the strict quality GMP requirements of international brands. SA 8000 compliant, Topline’s Mexico facility also recently passed industry audits by its major customers.

The Topline team in Mexico is supported by the global Topline organization, allowing collaboration with counterparts in the US, Europe and China. A half-mile from the US border and seven miles from McAllen, TX and major transportation networks, the Mexico facility is located in a modern industrial park that is home to many US-based companies. McAllen is also the site of Topline’s warehouse facilities that provide secure storage for components and finished goods, as well as seamless logistics and inventory management.

More info: www.topline-usa.com


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