Press Release, November 21, 2014, Toronto, CA and Valencia CA, USA

PACed announces new Polymer on-line courses

PACed is excited to announce that three additional on-line education courses have launched focusing on packaging polymers. These courses include Bottle Design Basics, Injection Molding Plastic and Blow Molding Plastic. Each of these three courses average 30 minutes in length and are a great way to gain an overview or refresh your knowledge.

Bottle Design Basics provides an overview of vertical and horizontal design elements, impacts of bottle shapes, product considerations and more.  Take the Injection Molding Plastics Courses and learn the process of injection molding machines and variations as well as mould components. Blow Molding Plastics summarizes extrusion blow molding and injection blow molding, and creation and application of multilayer bottles.

These courses join our growing list of Precisely Packaging On-line courses, featuring different types of packaging materials and processes in the industry.

Courses offered:  
Primary Types of Packaging
Graphic and Structural Design
Packaging Printing Processes & Supplemental Decorating
Corrugated Fibreboard: Printing and Box Design
Corrugated Fibreboard: Properties and Regulations
Fibre, Paper & Paperboard
Folding Cartons
Glass Packaging
Steel and Aluminum Metal Containers
Labels and Applications
Bottle Design Basics
Injection Molding
Blow Molding
Flexible Packaging Laminates
GFSI Approved IFS PACsecure Packaging Food Standard

To support students enrolled in packaging related programs, PACed is offering complementary on-line courses to academic intuitions.  Educators are encouraged to include courses as part of their academic program.

Mohawk College in Brantford, Ontario, has incorporated several of the on-line courses into their curriculum. Testimonial

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For more information contact:
Lindsey Ogle
Education Manager and Event Coordinator
PAC, Packaging Consortium
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