Archives for 2006
In its November/December 2006 issue, CPC Packaging focuses on its 2006 Packager of the Year, P&G Beauty. Click here to read an in-depth profile on P&G Beauty and find out what unique strategies have led the company to success. In this issue, we also cover Color Cosmetics Packaging , Sample Packaging , and much more.
In this very special 10th Anniversary Issue (October 2006), CPC Packaging features a timeline that looks back at the milestone events and beauty packaging innovations of the past 10 years. Also in this issue, we present our Portraits in Leadership section profiling six leading beauty professionals. We cover their accomplishments and their perspectives on how the industry has developed over the last decade. Finally, don't miss this issue's feature stories on Bottles and Tottles and Dispensing Systems, as well as our other standard columns.
CPC Packaging's September 2006 issue covers the latest in paper, printing, and cartons. This issue also includes features on tubes and bath and body products. CPC Packaging also takes a look at the personal care amenities market to find out what's trendy in amenities packaging and how this market works.
The July/August issue, CPC Packaging's resource guide, features our 11th Annual Supplier Profiles. These in-depth profiles cover more than 60 suppliers that offer components, containers, equipment, materials, and services for beauty packaging. Click here to browse their profiles online. Additional resources include a list of key industry associations .
The May/June 2006 issue of CPC Packaging celebrates the magazine's 2006 Editors' Choice Awards . Find out which beauty packages the CPC Packaging editors have selected as award winners among the packages launched on U.S. shelves in 2005. This issue of CPC Packaging also features an annual Contract Services Supplement . This special section takes a look at the current state of contract packaging, contract manufacturing, and private-labeling and provides a comprehensive directory of contract service providers. In addition, see this issue for feature stories on trends in color cosmetic packaging and sample and unit-dose packaging.
The March/April 2006 issue of CPC Packaging highlights the latest trends in fragrance bottle design, as well as developments in metal packaging. This issue also features an up-to-date version of the magazine's annual International Beauty Packaging Buyers Guide, a directory of container, component, accessory, equipment, and service providers for beauty packaging. This issue's product showcases put bottles, pots and jars, and labels in the spotlight.
In the January/February 2006 issue, CPC Packaging takes a look at trends and developments in dispensing systems , labels and shrink sleeves , and stock packaging . Also in this issue, CPC Packaging introduces its first editorial advisory board . The board's members have partnered with CPC Packaging's editors to ensure the magazine continues to bring readers the beauty packaging industry's most up-to-date information. Readers won't want to miss the new Tools of the Trade column, which focuses on the newest tools designers are using to bring great packages to market.