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Bell Labs Honored by IEEE

Posted by Joe Spitz on Feb 3, 2015 11:29:00 PM

For the first time in the nearly forty year history of the IEEE Milestones program, the group gave four awards in one day to the same company. That company is of course Bell Labs, currently a subsidiary of Alcatel Lucent. President of Bell Labs Marcus Weldon (center of photo) was there to receive the four awards for communications theory and networks, wireless and satellite communications, digital signal processing and computing, and solid-state and optical devices.

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Topics: Bell Labs, IEEE, innovation

Packaging the Remarkable List - 2014

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jan 2, 2015 10:53:00 AM

The end of the year is always marked by all sorts of lists and countdowns. I enjoy the symbolism of ending one chapter and beginning of another, and there is no more natural time than now to do this.

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Topics: barrier packaging, Statue of Liberty, innovation, Static Intercept

New Intercept Woven Material - Innovative Packaging

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 13, 2014 2:01:00 PM

INTERCEPT WOVEN - Intercept Technology is now available in a 20 mil thick, scrim reinforced, weather resistant, woven cloth that can be stitched and sealed into reusable packages. The Intercept Woven has been great for the automobile and construction equipment industries encouraging easy reusable/returnable packaging programs. With the ability to install handy package entries, Intercept woven can be used over and over again while keeping what is inside pristine for years if need be. Handy and safe for outdoor storage.

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Topics: industrial packaging, innovation, corrosion prevention

Crisis is the Mother of Invention

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Sep 12, 2013 1:16:00 PM

In a recent New Yorker article by Malcolm Gladwell on economist/philosopher Albert O. Hirschman and “The Power of Failure”, Gladwell discusses Hirschman’s views on failure. Most people are fearful of failure and avoid it at all costs; in fact I read an article recently telling of a prestigious investment bank with scores of high achievers who are driven by enormous fear of failure.  Hirschman, of whom Gladwell states “Hirschman was a planner who saw virtue in the fact that nothing went as planned” takes a different stance.  As an advisor for The World Bank, surveying  its worldwide projects, Hirschman noted World Bank would develop infrastructure in Third World countries as a means to reduce anxiety about the future, presumably to allow for development.  Hirshman’s contention was that the exercise and challenge of development allows for unexpected creativity and well-planned economic growth. 

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Topics: innovation, creative packaging

Working Hard....Liberty Packaging Summer Greetings

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 28, 2013 11:00:00 PM

This is a very short video - safe for work - be sure to turn on your speakers.

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Topics: innovation, Liberty Packaging

Fear, Change and Packaging

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 24, 2013 9:57:00 PM

As I was reading Chris Brogan's (Human Business Works) recent article about change and fear, the paragraph that struck me was this one: "Before Netflix, Blockbuster was a sure thing. Before Zipcar, you owned a car, borrowed a car, or rented a car. AirBNB has changed hospitality options. Square gives everyone the ability to be a credit card merchant when that wasn’t true as recently as a few years ago without a lot of hassle." I was a loyal Blockbuster customer until Netflix made renting movies so easy. Once Hulu entered the scene with their free online TV shows, the computer became my central source of entertainment. It was only about 50 years ago that my family sat around a single small black and white TV that had only three channels of entertainment. Big changes.

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Topics: vci, innovation, packaging

Packaging Tape Art by Max Zorn

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jan 24, 2013 10:38:00 PM

Here's an excerpt from a fascinating article on the "Bored Panda" blog, self-proclaimed as "the only magazine for pandas." I've always thought of great packaging as art, in it's own way, but this is extraordinary.

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Topics: innovation, art, good packaging matters, packaging

Intercept Packaging at MFG4

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Apr 18, 2012 10:54:00 AM

Liberty Packaging Co. will exhibit Intercept Technology Packaging products at the upcoming MFG4 in Hartford, CT - May 8 - 10 at the Connecticut Convention Center. Sponsored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, MFG4 is a conference featuring supply chain solutions across four key industries: aerospace, defense, medical and energy.

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Topics: MFG4, innovation, manufacturing, quality, trade show



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