o A for that is intended to contain, protect/preserve, aid in safe and
efficient transport and distribution and finally act to inform and
motivate purchase decision on the part of a consumer
o Silent salesmen
- #2 High Density
- #4 Low Density
#3 Polyvinyl Chloride
Society of Plastic Industry (SPI)
Container Coding System
Plastics are based on synthetic resins or
modified polymers of natural origin.
They are solid in the finished state, but can be
can be molded using controlled heat and
pressure at relatively low temperatures,
What are the three aerosol package types?
A well-designed aerosol 2-phase package will deliver about _% of the
What are a few advantages of compressed gasses?
Do hydrocarbons affect the ozone layer?
What are the two types of propellant
Tubes and Flexible Packaging
The tube was invented in 1841 by John Rand
Commercial products not yet developed
Tubes made from lead sheets
Types of Tubes
Two major types of material, Plastics and Metals.
The term aerosol has two
Scientifically, an aerosol is a suspension of fine
particles of liquid in a stream of gas or liquid.
In packaging, we speak of an aerosol or an
aerosol package as a pressurized package that
dispenses products i
Distribution - product handling system which
moves products from the point of
manufacturing to the point of sale
Packaging decisions include material choices,
structures, and configurations that optimize
Cosmetics Industry &
Personal Care Products
Cosmetics are products that are applied
externally to the human body for cleaning,
beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or
There is no specific listing of products instead
Packaging 3/19 notes
WCO (world customs organization) estimates that counterfeiting was a
>$500 billion market in 2004, up 100 times over the previous twenty-years,
which equates to 7-10% of global trade
Only 5-10% of the trade is in what wou
a. One of my favorite packages is the Ellas Kitchen to-go baby food. My
nephew loves them.
b. This package is appealing to the eye and grabs my attention. It also fits
the baby theme because the food on the package resembles a cartoon
Scope and Threat
CJ 101 February 12, 2012
John Spink, PhD
Associate Director & Assistant Professor, Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection
Program (A-CAPPP), School of Criminal Justice,
Michigan State University (MSU)