You are here
Sealed Air's Cryovac brand was honored with four awards, including the 2009 Flexible Packaging Highest Achievement Award, at this year's Flexible Packaging Association (FPA) Achievement Awards.
The new Cryovac Multi-Seal deli package won a Gold Award for Technical Innovation, Southern Specialties' use of the Simple Steps package for produce won a Gold Award for Packaging Excellence, and Arthur Schuman, Inc.'s use of Cryovac's Darfresh vacuum-skin packaging for cheese won a Silver Award for Packaging Excellence. The Cryovac brand also won the 2009 Flexible Packaging Highest Achievement Award for the Simple Steps package for produce.
The Cryovac brand's three winning packages were among the 113 flexible packaging entries in the 2009 competition and the 24 packages honored with an Achievement Award. There are four categories for entries: Printing Achievement, Technical Innovation, Packaging Excellence and Environmental & Sustainability Achievement.
"At Sealed Air, innovation starts with a commitment and succeeds with our company's ability to manage ideas," said William V. Hickey, president and CEO of Sealed Air. "To be awarded one Flexible Packaging Association Achievement Award is a great honor, but four awards, including the Highest Achievement Award, is a tremendous payoff for the hard work and dedication put into each new package we develop. It demonstrates that what separates Sealed Air from the competition is our ability to tap into a global network of innovation so we are never short on ideas. "
For more information about any of the FPA-winning Cryovac brand packages, call 1-800-845-3456 or visit www.cryovac.com.
The Duncan, S.C.-based Sealed Air Corp. is a global innovator and manufacturer of a wide range of packaging and performance-based materials and equipment systems that serve an array of food, industrial, medical and consumer applications.