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  • Pioneering Packaging Excellence

    Our team of engineers and packaging scientists are passionate about finding the next big idea and collaborating with our customers to create innovative packaging solutions.

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    Innovation Institute
  • IT’S IN OUR DNA. AND EVERYTHING WE DO.

    Safety. Sustainability. Customer Focus. Innovation. Quality. Value Creation. These are the strands in our DNA that set us apart. When you take a closer look, you’ll discover that they are evident in everything we do.

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    Innovation Institute

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    5-Step Innovation Process

    Even innovation needs consistency. By applying this reliable 5-step process to guide ideation, product development and design, we free ourselves to create within a set of parameters we decide on together.



    Our 5-Step Innovation Process includes the following:

    step-1.png​Research – Review all existing options - including competitive packaging; establish design, supply chain and end-use requirements or constraints. Develop success criteria.


    step-2.png​Ideation – Generate and develop design concepts. Check initial filter of concepts vs. success criteria. Present for initial evaluation and discussion.


    step-3.png​Evaluation & Alignment – Iterative design development of selected concepts including prototype production and testing feedback to refine designs. Gain alignment on concept selection.


    step-4.png​Validation – Conduct lab testing to simulate difficult supply chain scenarios and confirm design features. Then, scale up and perform production trials, customer trials and supply chain trials.


    step-5.png​Implementation – Set functional specifications. Begin production. Gather ongoing feedback from supply chain to refine specifications.

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