• Mentor by eDriving helps tackle driver distraction

    Mentor by eDriving helps tackle driver distraction

    eDriving’s smartphone-based telematics driver safety programme, Mentor by eDrivingSM, utilises sensors in the smartphone to identify, record and provide feedback on driving behaviours most predictive of crash risk including acceleration, braking, cornering and speeding, and crucially, driver distraction, potentially the greatest threat to driver safety today. Mentor evaluates drivers’ behaviour after every trip and over

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  • Evoke a positive brand feeling

    Evoke a positive brand feeling

    How does healthy food and drink that tastes great make you feel? That’s the emotive feeling Design Activity captured for the Daily Cultures brand – the uplifting feeling you get when you’re at your happiest and healthiest. Daily Cultures is a brand on a mission. Their aim was to engage consumers with an offering that

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  • The “Holy Grail” – all plastic packaging 100 percent re-cycled

    The “Holy Grail” – all plastic packaging 100 percent re-cycled

    We may just have met the future saviour of plastic packaging for food, Adrian Haworth. For those of you who have not heard of Adrian, his role is Marketing Director of Recycling Technologies Ltd and having spent 30 years with the mighty GE in both Europe and Russia he is the individual now responsible for

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  • Workwear, PPE and uniforms that enhance your brand – Essential Workwear

    Workwear, PPE and uniforms that enhance your brand – Essential Workwear

    Branding is an essential activity for all FMCG companies. It can often be the difference between someone picking up your product as opposed to a competitor’s! That’s why enhancing your brand must be a top priority for all FMCG companies. Your brand goes much further than your logo and packaging, it’s what your customers and

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  • The clear benefits of glass packaging

    The clear benefits of glass packaging

    It’s been around for thousands of years, and glass is still one of the best packaging materials to choose when it comes to protecting your product and making your brand stand out on the shelf. Glass boasts environmental credentials that are the envy of other materials. Endlessly recyclable without any loss of quality or purity,

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  • Signed, sealed, delivered

    Signed, sealed, delivered

    With the increased customer focus on postable items such as confectionery, drinks and gifts, UK plastic bottle manufacturers Measom Freer have developed their very own Post Bottle (Ref 6143). With a flat rectangular shape, the bottle can easily be boxed and posted through standard letterboxes, fitting the UK large letter dimensions. Made from clear PVC,

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  • Multi-page label solutions from Denny Bros

    Multi-page label solutions from Denny Bros

    Denny Bros is a global leader in the multi-page labelling and packaging solutions. The UK-based specialist print company has become a renowned and trusted name through the ongoing development of new innovative solutions to meet customer needs. Building on over 70 years’ experience, Denny Bros is a modern business based on firm traditional values. The

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  • Free technical guide defines the importance and benefits of OEE

    Free technical guide defines the importance and benefits of OEE

    Free technical guide from coding and marking specialist Clearmark Solutions (ICE) helps to explain the importance and relevance of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) in ensuring an efficient production line and the key role coding can play in its successful implementation. OEE has become something of a ‘buzz’ phrase as manufacturers seek to maximise efficiencies and

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  • Sosense white (shiro) and red (aka) miso powder

    Sosense white (shiro) and red (aka) miso powder

    From the 7th century, miso has been an integral part of Japanese food culture as a natural healthy food and seasoning with added health benefits. In 1662, Arimasa Miyasaka, the 12th generation of the Miyasaka family, began brewing sake. In 1916 they started the product of miso. Miso is produced from rice, soybean, or barley,

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