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Packaging Serves a Purpose – Food Packaging #2

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Shortly after posting my last blog topic on the wonder of having fresh organic strawberries available in the bleak of winter, I was made aware of an article relating to  a study demonstrating the cost advantages of corrugated packaging over reusable plastic totes in the transportation of this fresh fruit. The study was commissioned by the Corrugated Packaging Alliance (CPA) in hopes to demonstrate corrugated’s cost advantages by touting that container recyclability…

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Packaging Serves a Purpose – Fun!

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Packaging Can be fun with Impressions Incorporated

There are many purposes of packaging but fun is typically not at the front of the list. Now many people would beg to differ that packaging is anything but fun; from struggling to open a clamshell blister to the over packaging of electronic products, we have all dealt with packaging frustrations. But what happens when packaging is not only fun, but entertaining? One company has turned gift giving into a…

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Digital Printing – Expanding Capabilities

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Adding digital printing capabilities has opened up a whole new set of possibilities for solving customer problems, but sometimes physical size limitations still can get in the way. Then again, a digital press is not like an analog press; thinking differently may provide an opportunity to transcend physical limitations allowing for new ways of doing things you never could have imagined before. Although our HP Indigo digital press is a…

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New Technologies in a Printing World – Disruptive Technologies

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The date was October, 22, 1938; the location – Astoria, New York. This was the day Chester Carlson created his first successful test of a photocopying method he had been working on for three years. Carlson was a patent attorney with a background in physics. His motivation for copy reproduction was to find a more efficient method of copying the endless amount of documents required by someone in his position….

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Last week, the Gaylord Opryland Hotel was the single best resource in the world to gather and learn information on digital printing. Host of the eighth annual Dscoop conference, HP Indigo users from across the country gathered to further their knowledge on products and capabilities to help grow their business, increase productivity, and develop better solutions for their customers. With less than a year in the print industry, I was given the…

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