Finalists in the 2022 Australasian PIDA Awards

June 7, 2022|

We are excited to again be among the best packaging innovators in Australia in the 2022 PIDA Awards. All of our entries were selected as finalists. This achievement shows what an Australian company can do when it focuses on innovating to improve the value of packaging and its contribution to our quality of life.

Shield Your Brand From Identity Theft

May 11, 2022|

Anyone in industries like Food and Beverage, Health or Home Products will know that the threat of fake products is a genuine problem for undermining brands. ID-Shield, made by Caps & Closures, is an innovative holographic labelling and decoration system that prevents copying of your product labelling.

Making Your Brand Cooler with ThermoShield

January 31, 2022|

Ever left the milk out of the fridge in warm weather and it’s gone off? Annoying isn’t it. Milk is like any product from a cold chain supply industry – always at risk from unmonitored temperature changes. Well, Caps & Closures has come up with a clever solution called ThermoShield to solve the problem.

An important COVID-19 notice to our suppliers and customers.

December 8, 2021|

With the recent easing of COVID-19 restrictions, we at Caps & Closures have also updated how we operate. Our primary concern is still and always is protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, and suppliers. We will continue to monitor the situation and rely on the Department of Health communications. We feel a great responsibility to assist in limiting the spread of COVID-19 while ensuring we provide business continuity to our customers.

Let’s Buy Into Local Manufacturing

November 4, 2021|

Today local manufacturers face unprecedented challenges through the unpredictability of the new “Covid-normal”, causing chaos with our supply chains. At Caps and Closures, we see this as an exciting opportunity to buy local and boost the local manufacturing industry.

Four Game-Changing Innovations for Packaging Personalisation

June 8, 2021|

Since 2013, when Coca-Cola replaced its logo with people’s names and invited the entire UK to ‘Share a Coke’ there’s been a huge buzz around ‘personalisation’. With 150 million personalised bottles sold in the UK alone, it’s a small wonder. Consumers also quickly warmed to ‘Get well soon’ labels on Heinz Soups and ‘Snickers’ replacing its logo with single word emotions like ‘Bored’. It’s all about creating that deeper connection. Going way beyond packaging, from that simple love-heart in your daily coffee fix to making your face the centre of the Bitmoji ‘avatar’ world, personalisation is now all-pervasive. In fact, it’s gone hyper.


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