CODING & LABELLING SOUTH AFRICA
Here is a little useless trivia for you about the zip. Yes, you heard right – that small little device that you use to close your fly and the only thing that stands between you and public indecency.
Timothy Beattie, General Manager of Pyrotec PackMedia, says that “Packaging plays a key role in this hunt for the holy grail of ‘value’. As consumers scan shelves filled with products, eye-catching packaging indicating a special deal or competition is bound to jump out at them.
How centralised production data management reduces the scope for human error.
Markem-Imaje Corporation, global manufacturer and distributor of product identification and traceability solutions, recently announced its acquisition of RSI Systems- a manufacturer of integrated thermal inkjet (TIJ) printing solutions.
In recent years, the market has seen the popularity of leaflet-labels explode. This clever little device has been pounced on by the pharmaceutical and agrochemical companies, in particular, due its ability to contain extensive information in the space of a standard label.
Glassmaker expands in Africa to boost revenue, Kenya
16/10/2013 - 11:38
East Africa Glassware Mart plans to double its revenue to $34 million (Sh2.9 billion) by opening in 10 new markets within Africa over the next three years.
Distell taps into China's cognac market
09/10/2013 - 10:23
Johannesburg - South African liquor company Distell Group Limited [JSE:DST] has acquired a 60% share in fast-growing liquor distribution company CJ Wines & Spirits‚ expanding its presence in the East.
Tokyo uncorks apartments for wine lovers
09/10/2013 - 10:15
Tokyo - For those who have trouble finding space for a large wine collection, a new apartment block in Japan with an in-house cellar and a visiting sommelier could be the perfect place to live.
Guinness Ghana moves to enhance product distribution
04/10/2013 - 12:23
Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL), has appointed Mr Eric Otoo as the 'Route to Consumer' (RtC) Director in line with the company's vision of dominating the beverage industry in the country.
Namibia Breweries Limited earnings expected to be lower by N$190 million in September
03/10/2013 - 12:31
Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) said earlier in September that it expects basic earnings per share to be materially lower than the prior year by between 66% and 68% in the year ended 30 June. The company said in a trading statement published by the Namibia Stock Exchange that the decline is attributed to the impairment of a deferred tax asset related to DHN Drinks.