AND OTHER PROGRESSIVE PACKAGING: BOTTLED BILLBOARDS
- Shape up. Ford, Dawn // Beverage Industry;Sep95, Vol. 86 Issue 9, p46
Focuses on the increasing number of bottling companies which are using polyethylene terepthalate (PET) to package bottled water. PET packages as convenient and lightweight; Increased use of single-serve PET packages; Efforts of some companies to make innovative designs for PET bottles;...
- Reprofitizing the industry. Phillips, Kent // Beverage World;9/1/96, Vol. 115 Issue 1623, p83
Details the retrofitization of the entire American bottling industry. Volume with profits; Net result of popularity of two non-returnable (NR) packages; Profits per case on products sold by the top four soft drink companies; Trend toward 20-ouncers and one-liter packs; Green bottles; Discount war.
- Everyone's going to Arizona. Khermouch, Gerry // Brandweek;4/17/95, Vol. 36 Issue 16, p36
Features the scramble to create distinctive bottles for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Marketing edge achieved by product packaging that catches the eye; Use of wide-mouthed bottles for beer; Clear bottles as catering to traditional consumers.
- Cap squeeze. Sfiligoj, Eric // Beverage World;Jun95, Vol. 114 Issue 1593, p82
Discusses the impact of the shortage of polypropylene on the plastic closure business in the United States. Slow down in the conversion from aluminum to plastic closure; Possible increase in the cost of raw materials for plastic closures; Consumer testing for plastic closures.
- Beck's Lightweight Bottle. // Drink Technology & Marketing;Mar2013, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p29
The article offers information on a bottle for Beck's and Beck's Blue products from Ardagh Group.
- PMMI study details beverage packaging trends and demands. // Modern Materials Handling;Sep2014, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p13
The article discusses the study "Beverage Packaging - An Industry Assessment," which will be released in October 2014 by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, and mentions the continued preference for plastic as bottling material.
- Best face forward. Behar, Hank // Beverage World;12/15/2001, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p39
Presents information on the Bottle Label Orientor machine from Roberts PolyPro Inc. Functions of the Orientor; How the Orientor works; Price.
- A Closer Look. // Dairy Foods;Jun2001, Vol. 102 Issue 6, pA
Describes several bottles of beverages in the United States. Sports System line by South Beach Beverage Co.; Silk soymilk by White Wave Inc.; Simply Orange from Coca-Cola's Minute Maid Company.
- PET disposable bottle installation for Germany. // Food Engineering & Ingredients;Oct2001, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p42
Focuses on the installation of a packaging equipment for disposable bottles at Franken Brunnen, manufacturer of beverages in Germany. Decision of the company to select the PET cold aseptic line from Krones; Levels of safety of the PET-Asept system; Increase in quantity of disposable bottles in...