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ExxonMobil Chemical launches PacVantage

ExxonMobil Chemical Co : 07 April, 2006  (New Product)
ExxonMobil Chemical today launched its new PacVantage
The Films Business of ExxonMobil Chemical developed the PacVantage concept. An internet-based suite of technologies that go beyond the company's traditional film offer, PacVantage provides design, color management and planning tools to create real-time networks among players in the production, distribution and promotion of packaging for fast-moving consumer goods.

'PacVantage provides an internet-based work-flow process that links together the packaging material supplier, converter, designer and end-user. The technology enables the supply chain to get new package designs to market through design, planning and collaboration over the internet, and color management at every step in the design process,' says Massimo Ferrari, director of new business for ExxonMobil Chemical Films Europe.

The PacVantage suite of collaboration tools will be demonstrated at Interpack 2005 on an HP Indigo Press WS4050, Color Managed Designjet 30/130 series of proofers and a Bosch Terra 25 VFFS packaging machine. Visitors to the ExxonMobil Chemical stand can see the complete workflow from design to packaged products and can take part in a demonstration of collaborative color and design management.

'PacVantage uses three powerful technologies to take the guesswork out of communicating color. This means consistent color from computer monitor to right-first-time prints,' says Joe Cardillo, PacVantage technology manager for ExxonMobil Chemical's Films Business.

The demonstration will show how PacVantage can enhance the marketing impact of packaging while improving the efficiency and reducing waste in the supply chain.
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