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Key Factors to Reducing Environmental Footprint

Sustainability is on the top of everyone’s mind and on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Being a sustainable company is no longer optional in this day and age. Policies and corporate standards are pushing companies to pick up on more sustainable practices in order to reduce their impact on the environment and have a better sustainable footprint.

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The Basics of Glass Packaging

Glass is a beautiful substrate that serves its purpose as a primary package with an elegant look of sophistication and quality. In this blog post we’ll share how glass is viewed by the consumer, the advantages and disadvantages of the substrate, as well as its applications in packaging for industries such as food, beverage cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals… all very important things!

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Manufacturing Paperboard

In the packaging industry, paper is known as matted sheet usually composed of plant fiber. Historically, paper has been made from linen, sugar cane, cotton, and straw fibers. Modern paper is made almost exclusively from wood fibers.

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The Pygmalion Effect Case Study

The Pygmalion Effect is a phenomenon in which a person’s performance rises or falls according to the expectations of their leader. This can be seen in the workplace when a boss sees an employee who is not fulfilling his or her potential.

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Returnables: Will They Work for You?

Returnables are packaging containers that can be reused multiple times. Some reusable containers can be used hundreds of times before they reach the end of their life. For the most part, returnables are a cost equation. The increased costs and management of the containers must be compared to the cost of non-returnable containers to see if they are a viable option.

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Constancy in Packaging Design

Constancy, in relation to perception, is the brain’s tendency to sense objects as unchanging, regardless of changes to sensory input. Size constancy says that the size of objects is perceived to be constant, even though change in distance makes objects appear smaller or larger.

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A Moral Imperative: How Some of The World’s Innovators are Driving Packaging Sustainability

More than ever, today’s consumers are driving change and disruption in the packaging industry. As sustainability becomes the number one moral imperative of the 21st century, it will also become an essential ingredient for long-term success. Done well, sustainability effectuates transformative change that spurs innovation, delivers bottom-line value, and presents an opportunity for a competitive edge.

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