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Smart packaging company seals a cool cap design

By PRW Staff
Posted 4 January 2013
The lid removes the need for a foil seal.

Intelligent Packaging Systems (IPS) has launched an injection moulded tamper-evident cap for use with paper containers.

According to the manufacturer, the lid, which is primarily aimed at the ice cream market, removes the need for a membrane seal across the neck of the container.

“The TE-cap is the perfect packaging solution; it eliminates the need for heat sealing, improves line efficiencies, optimizes package safety and protects their brand,” said Gerard Connolly, sales and marketing manager at IPS.

“It offers effective decorative options for visual impact and maintains product freshness, making it ideal for other markets including chilled foods and ready to eat products.”

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