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Published February 6, 2007
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Arrowpak Debuts Adina Collection for Skin Care


Arrowpak’s new Adina line is done in polypropylene and is the perfect alternative to higher priced
materials while still evoking the desired upscale look and feel. Bottles come in 30-, 60- and 120ml. sizes and jars in 30- and 50ml. sizes that can be produced in various colors and decorations to suit many skin care packaging needs. More info: www.arrowpak.com

UFP Develops Biodegradable Package


UFP Technologies Inc.’s customized shells are made from 100% recycled paper fibers and offer a cost-effective, environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum-based packaging materials. The molded fiber does not fluctuate significantly, even in humid temperatures.
More info: www.ufptech.com








Plastic Ampoules Ideal for Oral Applications


The James Alexander Corporation’s Plastic Ampoule is available with a variety of applicator tips and features ease of use with one-handed activation. It is available in both swab and dropper configurations, in customizable lengths and can fill capacities from 0.1- to 5ml.
More info: www.jamesalexander.com







Diamond Packaging Partners With Coty  


Diamond Packaging designed and manufactured the cartons for the launch of Coty’s Forbidden Fruit fragrance, inspired by the television show Desperate Housewives. The cartons feature .018 SBS paperboard complemented by foil stamping, and foil embossing around the artwork on the front panel. The reverse is printed with a dramatic representation of the television show’s stars.
More info: www.diamondpackaging.com


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