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Temple-Inland Board of Directors Unanimously Rejects International Paper's Unsolicited Tender Offer
Temple-Inland Inc. today announced that its Board of Directors, after careful consideration with its independent financial and legal advisors, voted unanimously to reject the unsolicited tender offer from International Paper Company ('IP') to acquire all outstanding common shares of Temple-Inland at a price of $30.60 per share in cash.
Aug 8th, 2011
Sugar packaging is in for a change
Long viewed as a commodity product requiring the simplest, most inexpensive packaging possible, granulated sugar is getting all gussied up these days (see packworld.com/go/c142).
Jun 30th, 2005
Easy-opening pouch, tough-to-open box
Paradise Tomato Kitchens, an innovator in fresh tomato products about 10 years ago, adds case security and easy-open pouches.
Jan 31st, 2003
'Beautifully Engineered' faucet packaging
Delta Faucet redesigns its packaging using preprinted boxes that include product photography to help instruct users. Inside, a new thermoformed tray stabilizes parts.
Mar 31st, 2002
Miller debuts Skyy Blue 'malternative'
Skyy Blue, a 12-oz malt-based alcoholic beverage, debuts this month in a cobalt blue glass bottle similar to the one that helped make Skyy Vodka a success.
Jan 31st, 2002
Big containers, big output done Nature's Way (sidebar)
The next wave in gallon merchandising?
Sep 30th, 2001
Spalding's 'outrageous metal' box
XFL footballs from Spalding Sports Worldwide, Inc., kick up a notch the on-shelf presence of pigskin packaging. The Chicopee, MA, sporting goods company introduced a seven-item line of XFL footballs in late ’00, ahead of the league’s February debut.
Apr 30th, 2001
Spalding pumps up b-ball packaging
Packaging for the new “Spalding NBA Infusion” basketball with built-in “Micro Pump” has a lot on the ball. Not only does the box use holography, a thermoform inside the top of the box highlights and protects the pump in its extended state.
Mar 31st, 2001