Archives for 2005
The November/December 2005 issue of CPC Packaging profiles seven leaders in cosmetic, personal care, and fragrance packaging.
Our annual Portraits in Leadership feature highlights the careers of these talented individuals: Harry Bennett , vice president of technical packaging, Estée Lauder; John Delfausse , vice president of packaging, Estée Lauder; Jane and Jean Ford , founders of Benefit Cosmetics; Chad Lavigne , package designer, Chad Lavigne LLC; Lyle Leonard , vice president of global packaging, Coty Inc.; and Laurice Rahmé , president, Bond No. 9. Each profile celebrates their achievements and explores their strategies for success.In addition to our Portraits feature, this issue includes in-depth coverage of Youth and Teen Packaging and Sample Packaging as well as reports on the latest offerings in labels , caps and closures , and decorating techniques and products .
In the October 2005 issue, CPC Packaging celebrates our 2005 Packager of the Year, Coty. In this in-depth article, we go behind the scenes to bring you the stories behind Coty’s 2005 product launches. Coty insiders also tell us how they get their inspiration for package design and how the company operates to bring products to market. Also in this issue, we bring you feature articles on Dispensing Systems and Bottles and Tottles.
CPC Packaging's September 2005 issue brings you the latest trends in paper, printing, and cartons. We also take a look at the newest developments in the tube market. In addition, this issue features our second annual Contract Packaging and Manufacturing and Private-Label Services Buyers Guide. Finally, source the latest in metal packaging, sample packaging, and tubes in our On Display product showcase sections.
The July/August 2005 issue of CPC Packaging features the magazine's 10th Annual Supplier Profiles. This guide contains in-depth information on more than 60 packaging suppliers. These companies have a range of offerings to meet cosmetic packaging needs, including components, equipment, material, and services. Click here to begin browsing online versions of the profiles.
Additional resources in this issue include a list of key industry associations and organizations, an informative look at hair care product packaging, and other industry news.
The May/June 2005 issue of CPC Packaging brings coverage of the magazine's 2005 Editors' Choice Award winners.Out of the packages launched on U.S. shelves in 2004, 20 were recognized as outstanding by CPC Packaging's editors in the categories of cosmetics, fragrance, personal care, and sample and promotional packaging. In addition to our awards feature, this issue includes in-depth stories about color cosmetic packages and sample and unit-dose packaging. Bags and enhancements, caps and closures, and dispensers are also highlighted.
The March/April 2005 issue of CPC Packaging examines the latest trends for fragrance bottles. Our feature article discusses the common elements the newest fragrance launches of 2005 share. This issue also brings you the latest print version of our annual International Beauty Packaging Buyers Guide, a directory of packaging companies that serve the cosmetics and personal care industries. For an online version, click here. Other features in this issue include spotlights on pots and jars, labels, and bottles.
The January/February 2005 issue of CPC Packaging takes a look at trends in the stock packaging market. Read this feature article to find out what brands are doing to make standard components extraordinary. Also featured in this issue are developments in dispensers, and labels and shrink sleeves.