Pact Launch Hygiene Brand Stay Safe – Spread Good Vibes Only
PUBLISHED: 15 May
Pact Group Executive General Manager – Contract Manufacturing, Greg Beilby said “As restrictions are relaxed and employees are returning to their workplaces, our range will help businesses with this transition.” “Essentially the Stay Safe – Spread Good Vibes Only range allows businesses to safeguard their most valuable asset; their employees”. In March, Pact announced it had converted production lines at three of its
Pact wins the Health, Beauty & Wellness Category at the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design (PIDA) Awards
PUBLISHED: 07 May
After converting to recycled rPET, Pact Group was able to further light weight Glow Lab’s amber bottles by an average of -27% (approx. 37 tonnes per annum). Based on Glow Lab’s volumes, this equates to approximately 130 tonnes of plastic that has been reused and diverted from landfill. Pact also received the Silver Award in the Sustainable Design for Earthwise’s brand of PCR 75% rHDPE household cleaning range. The PIDA
Group Wins World Packaging Organisation’s Gold Award in the Sustainability Category
PUBLISHED: 29 April
Lewis Road’s post-consumer sourced 100% recycled plastic polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) milk bottle range is an Australasian first in its category and equates to approximately 340 tonnes of plastic per annum that has been reused and diverted from landfill. Winning a Sustainability Award on a world stage underpins Pact’s recently announced strategy to lead the circular economy through reuse, recycling and packaging solutions.
VIP’s PET Shot Glasses go Global
PUBLISHED: 17 December
VIP Packaging has commenced the commercial manufacture of PET ‘Shot Glasses’ for Independent Liquor New Zealand.
Brickwood’s and Lion support Foodbank
PUBLISHED: 11 December
In partnership with Lion, Brickwood has agreed to provide 500,000 2 litre bottles per annum to facilitate Lion supplying 1,000,000 litres of fresh milk to Foodbank.
DB Breweries appoints VIP as preferred project partner for the Rugby World Cup
PUBLISHED: 05 December
To meet the venue liquor licensing requirement for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, Heineken was required to deliver 330ml cans in a 4 pack cluster, a packaging format that was not a part of their current range.