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Packaging Execs & Designers Learn How To Add More Impact To Their Cartons On Curtis Packaging’s Enhanced Website

Friday, June 02, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Sandy Hook, CT — June 1, 2006 — Curtis Packaging, one of the nations leading packaging designers and printers, has further enhanced its website to provide packaging executives, product managers and designers with a variety of new ways they can add more visual impact to their cartons. The first innovation is a proprietary metallic printing process called CurtCHROME. “Now you can enjoy all the glitz, glamour and attention-grabbing appeal of foil without the high associated expense,” the new website says. “CurtCHROME exhibits the brilliance of foil packaging and simulates hot foil stamping at a fraction of the cost.” Another new special effect that is featured on the new Curtis website is called CurtCRYSTAL. “A CurtCRYSTAL package exhibits the rich feel and texture of micro embossing, as well as emitting a diamond-like brilliance,” the new Curtis site states. “The advantage is that this is performed on press and doesn’t require an additional off line, time-consuming processes or the need for embossing dies. Bottom line: Curtis customers can achieve embossed-like effects for a fraction of the cost, while adding a light-refracting luminance, all without disrupting their tight deadlines.” The certification of Curtis’ earth-friendly environmental policy is covered as well in a new section: “Packaging designers, purchasers and specifiers seeking an environmentally responsible source need look no further than Curtis Packaging. The full-service packaging provider is now FSC certified (Forestry Stewardship Council) for its commitment to use paperboard generated by suppliers who practice responsible forestry.” The newly enhanced Curtis website also contains a variety of tools packaging specifiers and designers can use to advance their carton concepts into cost-effective packaging. “The Curtis Packaging website is continually changing with breaking news stories and new innovations our customers can use to make their packaging more compelling,” says Don Droppo, Jr., Curtis Vice President Sales and Marketing. “Anyone who wants to explore the finest in luxury packaging will find it well worth a visit.” The enhanced Curtis Packaging website can be accessed at www.curtispackaging.com.




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