Maybe we’re biased, but we think there are a LOT of great reasons to package with PakTech handles. Whether it’s to help your company achieve its sustainability goals, sell more product in bulk, or take advantage of the cool colors that show off your stylish containers, there are many reasons why PakTech handles are the right choice for many brands. But at the end of the day, there’s one question everybody has to ask:
PakTech is announcing the release of a brand new product for the cannabis beverage market. The PakLock is a child resistant cap designed for THC beverages. Made from the same 100% recycled and 100% recyclable plastic as PakTech’s popular multipacks, the PakLock is designed to be a safe, secure, and simple solution to allow responsible adults to enjoy their THC beverages without children being able to access them.
As cannabis continues to be legalized across the nation, there’s been a trend rising along with it: cannabidiols, AKA CBD. Chiefly derived from the hemp plant, CBD is a non-psychoactive substance with many purported effects, such as pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties.
For most businesses, PakTech handles mean more than a new way to package multi-packs of juice, beer, cider, soda, and other consumer products. It means operational changes. It means PakTech Applicators, machines specially designed to integrate with existing bottling or canning lines and apply PakTech handles smoothly and efficiently.
Since its founding in 2014, Pirate Life Brewing has experienced incredible growth. From 600,000 litres in its first full year of operation to an 11 million litres of total capacity today, the South Australian brewery has gone further and faster than many of its peers. Add in Top 5 spots at the GABS Hottest 100 Australian Beers as early as 2015, and 15 medals at last year’s Australian International Beer Awards, and Pirate Life is the true double-threat: award-winning beers with wide-spread distribution.
One of PakTech’s goals since the beginning has been to help maximize sales. If you think about it, that’s the idea behind PakTech’s most visible handles, the beverage four- and six-packs—if the consumer agrees to purchase more units, they’ll get a lower per-unit price, while the seller will maximize sales by moving more units.
Why Dear Mom Wine Chose Cans & PakTech When it comes to packaging wine, Robert Karmin has never been one to take the common path. Informed by his experience as a wholesaler and bar owner, each of his ventures has involved innovations in packaging. First was Coopers Hall, a winery dedicated to keg production—the first of its kind in Oregon. Now Robert’s full attention is on Dear Mom Wine, founded in 2017 with the goal of delivering high-quality Oregon wine in elegant single-serving cans.
Smart, Sustainable and Simple – We Are Plastic but Not as You Know It Supermarket chains in the UK continue to face enormous pressure from both consumers and public authorities to adopt sustainable packaging solutions. While documentaries such as BBC’s Blue Planet II or the tv program War on Plastic have led to widespread public consciousness on the deleterious effects of plastic pollution on the environment, regulations like the UK Plastic Packaging tax (to be in effect by April 2022) are incentivizing UK value-chain actors to phase out the production of virgin plastic packaging.
In Short Supply: How the Demise of One Product Line Can Lead to the Birth of Another In today’s global marketplace, delivering a quality product to a satisfied customer requires constant maintenance of the relationships that exist at each step along the way. Business owners must trust that they can maintain access to everything that’s necessary to bring their goods to the public in a timely way that does not jeopardize their products’ quality.