Neopac Wins Prestigious Ted Klein Tube of the Year

A dark blue tube of Icy Hot Pro pain gel. The text is coloured using a blue and red gradient to demonstrate the temperature changing properties of the product

Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging and dosing applications for pharma, beauty and oral care, has received the Tube Council’s prestigious Ted Klein Tube of the Year Award. They also received a Gold Award in the pharmaceutical category for a novel tube housing the pain relief product Icy Hot®. 

The awards recognise outstanding achievements and innovation in tube packaging design and technology and were announced at the Council’s membership awards dinner in early May.

Neopac received both distinctions for its Polyfoil® tube utilised for Icy Hot® Pro No-Mess Pain Reliever. Crafted with 0.5 wall thickness, the tube features a bold blue colour finished with a matte lacquer. Its sophisticated construction guarantees optimal protection, formidable barrier properties, and flexibility.

Engineered for a ‘no mess’ application, the tube’s easy grip dispensing system ensures a clean, controlled application process, optimises product consumption and enhances user convenience. 

The tube also draws praise for its appealing adoptability and portability, with its ergonomic design allowing seamless integration into daily routines. 

“We are incredibly honoured to receive both the Ted Klein Tube of the Year Award and the Gold Award in the Pharmaceutical Category from the Tube Council,” said Keisha Broadway, Sales Director North America at Neopac.

“These accolades highlight our commitment to quality and excellence and are a testament to our team’s continuous efforts in advancing tube innovation.”

The Tube Council is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing educational resources, information, and networking opportunities to professionals within the tube industry. Each year, the organisation recognises the best and most innovative squeeze tubes in the industry by market category. This year, 55 entries were submitted, and all were evaluated by an esteemed panel of judges.

Neopac is part of the  Hoffmann Neopac Group, headquartered in Thun,Switzerland. The group produces high-quality metal and plastic packaging in six locations. Hoffmann Neopac employs around 1,250 employees and has a capacity of 1.3 billion tubes. 

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