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Flexible Packaging Technology Replaces Rigid Containers

July 4, 2014
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 Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics announces that flexible packaging converter Ampac is now a licensee of PacXpert Packaging Technology, which enables the conversion of large rigid plastic containers to easy-to-carry, flexible packaging options. Ampac will produce packages enabled by the technology and sell the packages to its customer base under the Ampac CubePak name. The lightweight packaging design offers a fitment closure and integrated ergonomic dual handles, enabling precision pouring, easy reclosing and convenient carrying. While flexible, the packaging is shelf stable and can stand upright or on its side once filled. Visually transparent material allows consumers to see the contents within and affords brands the opportunity to print on all four sides. www.dow.com/packaging and www.ampaconline.com

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