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Allen Field

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Date registered: October 7, 2011
URL: http://www.allenfield.com

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  1. Global Corrugated Packaging Expected to Surpass Success of Other Paper-Based Packaging Materials — September 30, 2016
  2. Study Clears Up Ambiguity of Items Deemed ‘Recyclable’ — September 28, 2016
  3. Increase in Health Awareness Contributes to Growth of Green Packaging Industry — August 26, 2016
  4. New Research: Customers Find Marketing on Product Packaging More Credible Than Advertising — August 17, 2016
  5. Allen Field Turns 71 This Year — June 28, 2016

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Sep
30

Global Corrugated Packaging Expected to Surpass Success of Other Paper-Based Packaging Materials

Parts of the paper-based packaging market will soon take a back seat to corrugated packaging materials, indicating the global corrugated packaging market is on the rise.

Sep
28

Study Clears Up Ambiguity of Items Deemed ‘Recyclable’

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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Aug
26

Increase in Health Awareness Contributes to Growth of Green Packaging Industry

A new market report from market intelligence firm Transparency Market Research (TMR) has estimated that the growth of green packaging – recycled-content packaging, reusable packaging and degradable packaging – will increase through 2020 due to the overall desire to be healthy and more conscious of our environment.

Aug
17

New Research: Customers Find Marketing on Product Packaging More Credible Than Advertising

New research published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology’s July 2016 issue has found customers believe marketing is more credible on product packaging than standard advertising.

Jun
28

Allen Field Turns 71 This Year

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        It’s hard to believe, but Allen Field will turn 71 this year in 2016. Established in 1945, we started out as a customer-focused manufacturer of plastic sock hangers, small garment accessory hangers, plastic clips, plastic closures and other retail display hardware for the garment and hosiery industry and we have evolved …

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Jun
21

New York’s EastPack Conference 2016: The Latest in Packaging Innovations

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Packaging professionals can gain an immense amount of knowledge from the EastPack Conference, which is being held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, New York from June 14-16, 2016.

May
09

Packaging Tips Told by a Retail Veteran

Ron Sasine, who has served as senior director of packaging for Walmart, is a retail veteran who is sharing his vast knowledge of the packaging industry with brand owners and their packaging suppliers looking to decipher the best practices for what retailers are really looking for.

Apr
28

Poll Says Over One Fourth of Respondents Will Use Cobots in Packaging Operations in 2016

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According to data from a new poll, it appears the use of cobots in the packaging operation industry is on the rise in 2016, which shows the expansion potential this robotic automation will have in packaging operations going forward.

Apr
08

The Evolution of Corrugated Box Flutes Is Important, and Here’s Why

Corrugated box flutes: we use them for everything from pizza boxes, various take-out containers and bakery boxes. The evolution of these flutes isn’t done, either. There are new classes of flutes emerging often for specialized needs in newer items like disposable bakeware and other eco-friendly disposables.

Mar
23

Customers Aren’t Happy With E-Commerce Packaging

A survey completed by Shorr Packaging has revealed adult e-commerce customers aren’t satisfied with packaging. In fact, only 11 percent of total customers are completely satisfied.

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