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Robert L Sutherland, Frederick E Naumann: Multi-unit packaging method and package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, March 9, 1976: US03942631 (86 worldwide citation)

A system for supplying to jobbers, in packaged form, quantities of bottled or canned beverages, or other products, similarly packaged, which enables the jobbers to readily convert the cartons, in which the packaged products are shipped, into display cases or trays, by removing portions of the shippi ...


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Guelfo A Manizza: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, June 14, 1977: US04029204 (58 worldwide citation)

A wraparound type carrier package for a group of bottles arranged in double row relation and transversely aligned pairs, which package is especially adapted for use in the marketing of bottled beverages and which is designed to satisfy railway requirements for shipping containers or packages of this ...


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Karl D Bardin: Gravure printing method. Guy A Greenawalt, January 18, 1977: US04003311 (49 worldwide citation)

A method of gravure printing which comprises preparing a tone chart having tone scale images with known density values and known gradations between a series of steps between a deep shadow tone density value and a light shadow tone density value, etching a test tone cylinder to reproduce the tone cha ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Tapered cup package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, August 14, 1979: US04164286 (42 worldwide citation)

A package especially adapted for enclosing a double row of product filled cups or tubs of tapered configuration which is characterized by a single blank of foldable sheet material, cut and scored so as to be wrapped about a plurality of the cups arranged in double row, side-by-side relation and form ...


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Robert H Ganz: Bottle packaging machine. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, March 2, 1976: US03940907 (35 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for automatically opening and loading collapsed bottle carriers or cartons, which are formed of paperboard or similar foldable sheet material and which are adapted to be loaded through an open bottom after being set up into tubular condition, which apparatus comprises conveyor mechanism ...


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Charles E Jones: Shipping container. Charles E Jones & Associates, Guy A Greenawalt, December 28, 1976: US03999661 (35 worldwide citation)

A container which is especially adapted for packaging products for shipment and a method of vacuum forming the same, as an integral unit, from sheet or web stock of a continuous plastic material so as to provide integrally connected wall sections which are adapted to hinge to product enclosing posit ...


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Edwin L Arneson: Bottle package. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, August 31, 1976: US03977518 (34 worldwide citation)

A wraparound type carrier package for a group of bottles arranged in row relation and transversely aligned pairs, which carrier is especially adapted for use in the marketing of bottled beverages, wherein the bottles are designed to be returned to the store or bottling plant for reuse or recycling, ...


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Edward M Lewis: Table skirt mounting. Guy A Greenawalt, June 1, 1976: US03959854 (27 worldwide citation)

A spring clip arrangement for securing a table skirt to a table in which the clip is formed of spring metal with top and bottom resilient clamp fingers for engaging therebetween the margin of the table, which fingers extend from the top and bottom of a vertically disposed base member outboard of whi ...


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Edwin L Arneson: Packaging container with latching arrangement. Federal Paper Board Co, Guy A Greenawalt, July 4, 1978: US04098453 (26 worldwide citation)

A packaging container which is die formed or stamped from a single blank of paperboard, or like material, and characterized by a pair of tray-like members, each having an outturned peripheral edge flange formation, with a hinge connection along one side so that the members may be closed upon each ot ...


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Robert H Ganz, John H Myers, Edward A Waleck: Carton opening, filling and closing apparatus. Federal Paper Board Company, Guy A Greenawalt, May 18, 1976: US03956868 (25 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for opening collapsed tubular cartons, filling the same with a plurality of product filled beverage cans, or the like, and closing the carton flaps wherein successive cartons, in flattened form, are fed onto a traveling conveyor with end closure flaps extending at opposite sides of the ...



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