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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 (87 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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Robert L Sutherland: Wrap-around carrier with article retaining flaps. Riverwood International Corporation, June 11, 1996: US05524756 (68 worldwide citation)

A wrap-around carrier for packaging articles such as beverage bottles or cans. Inwardly folded retaining flaps are connected to the side edges of apertures through which the lower portions of the articles protrude. The fold lines of the flaps are arranged to create a bias tending to maintain pressur ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Warp-around carrier with end panels. Riverwood International Corporation, March 29, 1994: US05297673 (68 worldwide citation)

A wrap-around carrier with end panel flaps that automatically close when the bottom panel flaps are set up for locking engagement. The end panel flaps are foldably connected to the side panels and to gusset panels which are also foldably connected to a bottom panel flap. Upon folding the gusset pane ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Wrap-around carrier with partial end panels. Riverwood International Corporation, December 5, 1995: US05472090 (61 worldwide citation)

A wrap-around carrier with partial end panels. The partial end panels are formed by end panel flaps connected to the bottom panel flaps of the carrier and in combination with overlying end closure flaps connected to the side panels of the carrier. A gusset panel connects adjacent end panel flaps and ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Carrier for stacked articles. Riverwood International Corporation, March 29, 1994: US05297725 (60 worldwide citation)

A carrier containing a plurality of layers of articles arranged in stacked end-to-end fashion. The carrier is fully enclosed and includes side end panel flaps which extend substantially the entire distance from the top panel to the bottom panel of the carrier to strengthen the carrier and prevent bo ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Article carrier with four-sided taper. Riverwood International Corporation, January 6, 1998: US05704470 (60 worldwide citation)

An enclosed carrier for beverage bottles. The side and end panels taper inwardly near the top panel to provide a tight enclosure for the bottles. The dust flaps are comprised of upper and lower sections separated from each other in the corner areas of the carrier. The upper dust flap sections may be ...


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Robert L Sutherland, Glen Ray Harrelson: Bottle carrier with dividers. Riverwood International Corporation, September 5, 2000: US06112977 (57 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a carrier, said carrier comprising a top panel section, a first side panel section and an opposing second side panel section, a bottom panel section, and a divider section. The side panel sections are connected to opposing side edges of the top panel section and to opposing ...


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Robert L Sutherland, George S Holmes: Wrap around carrier for returnable bottles. Federal Paper Board Company, August E Roehrig Jr, May 10, 1983: US04382505 (57 worldwide citation)

A wrap around carrier package for returnable beverage bottles is disclosed which is formed by wrapping about an assembly of the bottles which are arranged in double row and transversely paired relation, a cut and scored blank of foldable sheet material, so as to form a tubular configuration, having ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Can dispensing package. Graphic Packaging International, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, February 14, 2006: US06997316 (55 worldwide citation)

The carton is provided for carrying cylindrical containers, such as cans in three or more layers and having open ends at the top and bottom of each end of the carton. A dispenser flap is formed by zigzag tear lines in the exiting end of the carton. The carton is constructed so that the ends of a can ...


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Robert L Sutherland: Wrap-around carrier with bar code blocking end panels. Riverwood International Corporation, September 3, 1996: US05551556 (55 worldwide citation)

A wrap-around carrier including partial upper and lower end panels. Partial lower end panel flaps are locked in place by side panel locking flaps extending between an adjacent end article and a connected side panel. They are further held in place by either gusset panels connected to the bottom panel ...



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