AIPIA

 

WORLD'S FIRST INFORMATION SOURCE ON
ACTIVE & INTELLIGENT PACKAGING

AIPIA'S MISSION IS TO DECIMATE SUPPLY CHAIN COSTS, REDUCE WASTE AND INCREASE ITS MEMBERS' PROFITABILITY BY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH TECH SOLUTIONS IN PACKAGING

 

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Recycling Just Got Smarter

Recycling Just Got Smarter

25-06-2018

UPM Raflatac has combined digitalization with the circular economy. By adding the RafMore smart label solution to its RafCycle® recycling process, the company is able to optimize the waste collection process from its customers, it says. The smart labels added to the recycling containers and scanned by a mobile app tell when the customers' waste is ready to be collected.

Connected Bottles for a Soccer Crazy World

Connected Bottles for a Soccer Crazy World

06-07-2018

Thin Film Electronics a leader in NFC mobile marketing solutions, has announced el Jimador tequila as a new customer - a leading brand of Brown-Forman, one of the largest American-owned companies in the wine and spirits industry. It will use Thinfilm’s complete NFC mobile marketing solution to enhance marketing efforts for its summer soccer campaign. El Jimador sponsored the Mexican National Soccer team’s 2018 US tour prior to arriving at the FIFA World Cup.

New Humidity Indicator Maintains Integrity of Dry Packs

New Humidity Indicator Maintains Integrity of Dry Packs

25-06-2018

Clariant has introduced the Humitector type 2 non-reversible humidity indicator cards for SMD dry packing. The new humidity indicator cards have been developed to maintain the integrity of dry packing, which protects moisture-sensitive devices during shipment or storage.The cards contain low-halogen and free from cobalt dichloride, a substance of concern to the European Chemical Bureau

Budweiser Gets Loud About the FIFA World Cup

Budweiser Gets Loud About the FIFA World Cup

25-06-2018

Budweiser has launched noise-activated cups and a two-hour delivery service with Amazon during the FIFA World Cup, according to a report in Packaging News. The beer brand is launching Red Light Cups – what it claims are the first-ever noise-activated cups which light up as cheering, clapping and excitement gets louder during games. In addition the company has announced limited-edition Wold Cup packaging.

Batteryless RFID Label Can Change Price Data

Batteryless RFID Label Can Change Price Data

06-07-2018

Powercast is launching a revolutionary new power-harvesting RFID label, known as the Batteryless Electronic UHF Retail Price Tag, according to an article in RFID Journal. It enables RFID-based updating of electronic paper (e-paper) information, such as prices for retail shelves. The company is partnering with systems integrators that could develop their own solution for stores.

Scaleable Production Process for Nano Food Barrier Film

Scaleable Production Process for Nano Food Barrier Film

06-07-2018

At Purdue University researchers have developed a large-scale manufacturing process that may change the way some grocery store foods are packaged. The Purdue team, led by Jeffrey Youngblood, a professor in it’s School of Materials Engineering, created a new manufacturing process using cellulose nano-crystals (CNCs) as advanced barrier coatings for food packaging.

Crown Takes Blockchain and Thermochromics to the Next Level

Crown Takes Blockchain and Thermochromics to the Next Level

06-07-2018

In a first for the beverage industry, Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East, a business unit of Crown Holdings is launching its CrownConnect™ technology in conjunction with FACT - an all-natural sparkling drink. Each can will be marked with a 2D unique scannable code, making FACT beverage cans the first ever to be produced with a unique digital identity.

Two Smart Packs from Schreiner Created using Printed Electronics

Two Smart Packs from Schreiner Created using Printed Electronics

06-07-2018

The ((rfid))-Digital Void Label from Schreiner Group provides electronic tamper evidence and can be read using smartphones. It makes label tampering visible, indicating a potential risk to consumers. Manufacturers benefit as well, because integrated geotracking as a monitoring function allows them to see where their products are used, says the company.