Category Archives: Packaging Up-to-Date

2019 in Review

Packaging Up-to-Date

This past year has been filled with numerous challenges and successes here at Allen Field! In January, the Double Tab Header Hook was introduced. This hook adds an additional tab to secure heavier products on various rod sizes. Install in just one second and hold up to 5 lbs. firmly. Double Tab Header Hook During

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Automation in the Packaging Industry

Custom Design + Manufacturing, Packaging Up-to-Date

  The industrial sector is seeing great advances as automation revolutionizes the way manufacturers produce and package products. The utilization of these new technologies ultimately improves productivity, reduces labor cost, and increases overall safety of the workplace. The laborious and repetitive steps required in packaging is an ideal scenario for automation applications. To meet growing

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Counterfeit Mitigation

Packaging Up-to-Date

In today’s global market, counterfeiting is, unfortunately, a common occurrence. Counterfeit items have a large impact on the end user, the companies in the production supply chain, and the manufacturer. Counterfeit items account for an approximate loss of $200 billion in revenues annually for American businesses and about 2.5 million jobs have been eliminated due

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The Web Store is Open for Business

Packaging Up-to-Date

With B2B eCommerce in the US on its way to reaching $2.1 trillion by 2021, according to a report put out by Forrester, it is critical for businesses to adapt to the marketplace. We completely embrace this transition towards digital commerce and are excited to announce the launch of our Web Store! Our web development

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Study Clears Up Ambiguity of Items Deemed ‘Recyclable’

Packaging Up-to-Date

Over 2,000 American recycling programs were examined for the 2015-16 Centralized Study on Availability of Recycling study to conclude that the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) recognizes 49 types of packaging. Thirteen packaging trade associations and non-profit groups who focus on recycling performed this study to determine what items the SPC deems “recyclable” and not recyclable,

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