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> Martin Dallas: The reseal of success: Consumer IQ
It is clear that many consumers appreciate the benefits of resealability – it can be a significant influence on purchasing decisions against competitive products and some are even prepared to pay a little bit more for the convenience and functionality...
> Filtrona Completes Acquisition Of Contego Healthcare, Building On Its Pharmaceutical Packaging Solutions
Filtrona plc (“Filtrona”) has confirmed the completion of the acquisition of Contego Healthcare Limited (“Contego”) which will now operate as part of its Coated and Security Products (“C&SP”) Division, which includes Payne, Payne Security and Duraco. The Contego business will be led by Managing Director Gerard Harford, who will report into Alison Evans, Managing Director, C&SP.
> Labels Enhance Natural Look For Beauty Range
Eye-catching ‘no label-look’ labels from Payne are helping to create on-shelf impact appeal for a range of organic Argan Oil beauty products from leading supplier Dr Organic, which are being sold exclusively through Holland & Barrett...
> Contego Healthcare Limited to be acquired by Filtrona plc
Filtrona plc ("Filtrona") has today announced that its subsidiary, FIL International Limited, has signed an agreement to acquire Contego Healthcare Limited ("Contego") for a cash consideration of approximately £160m...
> Payne Launches New HoloSense Labels
The new HoloSense effects enable eye-catching holographic-type patterns to be added to label designs, enhancing on-shelf presence and consumer appeal...
> Payne Colleagues Raise Money For Local Charities
Cycling enthusiasts from packaging solutions company Payne at Giltbrook, Nottingham, have presented two local charities with donations raised through a sponsored ride...
> Martin Dallas: Why Openability Is Key: Consumer IQ
Martin Dallas, managing director of Payne, considers the importance of openability for consumers and the role that packaging suppliers can play in solving their problems...
> Payne Opens Up Its Packaging Resolved Survey Results at Packaging Innovations
The continuing importance of openability as the packaging issue that most concerns consumers will be underlined by Payne managing director Martin Dallas at EasyFairs Packaging Innovations at the NEC in February.
For the first time to a UK audience, Dallas will be presenting the results of a high-profile study into the types of packaging which consumers find most frustrating...
> Packaging Resolved: Payne reveals findings from major consumer research study
Findings from major reseach study announced at EU Packaging Summit
The detailed findings of a study to identify and understand consumers’ concerns over packaging have been published today (Monday, January 14), by packaging solutions specialist Payne.
The major quantitative research study1 was carried out on behalf of Payne to identify and understand consumers’ concerns with packaging.
The full results were revealed at the EU Packaging Summit in Berlin, where Payne’s managing director Martin Dallas also unveiled its new Packaging Resolved market positioning, which focuses on the company’s ability to provide solutions in four key areas that deliver effective packaging – opening, closing, informing and protecting...
> Packaging Resolved: Payne Aims To Tackle Consumer Frustrations
Research identifies key areas for consumer packaging complaints
The difficulties in opening different types of packs are of far greater concern to most consumers than environmental criticisms such as perceived over-packaging.
This is one of the findings of a major quantitative research study1 carried out on behalf of packaging specialist Payne to identify and understand consumers' concerns with packaging. Significantly, 85% of those who took part in the study said they had experienced some frustration with packs. The research identifies the 10 types of packaging most likely to cause frustration, and also examines attitudes among different age groups.
The full results will be revealed at the EU Packaging Summit which is being held in Berlin in January, where Payne's managing director Martin Dallas...