Avery Dennison Introduces Labeling and Packaging Innovations for Functionality, Branding and Shelf Appeal
During Interpack 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany, Avery Dennison will entice visitors to "Think the impossible," and solution specialists will demonstrate ways to go beyond current boundaries in labeling and packaging creativity.
At the show, the company will introduce new labeling innovations that enable brand managers and packaging designers to increase product functionality, differentiate their brands and improve shelf appeal.
We would like to invite you visit Avery Dennison (Stand B69, Hall 11) any time between 12 and 18 May, for an informal introduction and/or a short interview session. A press kit will be available.
To make an appointment, please contact Suzanne van Leeuwen at EMG, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +31 164 317 025 or Bob Giuliano, e-mail: Bob.Giuliano@prplace.biz tel: +1 610-328-1051.
Alternatively, you are welcome to visit Avery Dennison any time during the show.
We look forward to seeing you in Düsseldorf.
Visitors challenged to "Think the Impossible" at Interpack 2011, Stand B69, Hall 11
Avery Dennison will introduce four new labeling innovations that enable brand managers and packaging designers to increase product functionality, differentiate their brands and improve shelf appeal at Interpack 2011, May 12-18, in Düsseldorf, Germany in Stand B69, Hall 11.
Avery Dennison will entice visitors to "Think the impossible," and solution specialists will demonstrate ways to go beyond current boundaries in labeling and packaging creativity.
The company will showcase innovations that integrate eye-catching design with sustainable source reduction and detailed product information requirements. New product innovations at Interpack include:
Avery Dennison Curve AppealTM system and Fasson CurvyTM film labels are designed to embrace complex curved surfaces, creating opportunities for packaging designers to pursue a whole new range of bottle shapes and sizes that promote shelf appeal and brand differentiation, especially for home and personal care products.
PolyphaneTM Fit Roll-Fed Sleeve films offer the sophisticated look, increased shelf appeal and complete, curvaceous coverage of one-step shrink labeling for beverages--all with a recyclable polyolefin film.
Avery Dennison Shrink PS is a new wrinkle-free pressure-sensitive label designed to survive the vacuum-shrink process for meat packaging. Smooth finishing that allows the label to blend into the packaging form and shape, and superior graphics create differentiated packaging.
Avery Dennison FlexisTM functional packaging solutions control air, steam and oxygen to extend product life and enhance product performance, ease of use, distribution and display of a variety of food and beverage, pharmaceutical and perishable goods.
- FlexisTM Steam valves control the release of steam from food packaging during cooking. The valves allow home-heated packaged foods to cook with greater consistency, more thoroughly and faster than foods in conventional steam release packages.
- FlexisTM Air Two-way valve technology designed for dry and perishable goods delivers safety and logistics benefits to pet food, chemicals and granular materials. The new valve technology allows for the flow of air in and out of the package. This reduces trapped air which can cause irregular packaging sizes, wasted space or ruptured packaging that exposes the contents to the environment.
- FlexisTM Oxygen is a pressure-sensitive valve designed for item-level oxygenation of case-ready beef or pork. The valve reduces the amount of packaging needed for case-ready meat, increases product shelf life and allows meat to bloom faster for shelf display.
- FlexisTM Air One-way Coffee Valves are designed for flexible or rigid containers of ground or whole bean coffee. They allow roasted gases to vent from the container following the roasting process. The valves apply easily, offer superior leak resistance and bond securely to packaging materials.
For more information on Avery Dennison at Interpack 2011 visit:www.Enhanceyourbrand.com.