Dymapak positions ‘Squeeze and Turn Tin’ as industry standard for functional, sustainable packaging

Dymapak has launched its new ‘Squeeze and Turn Tin,’ as a revolutionary, 100% curbside recyclable child-resistant CPG packaging solution.

The leading global manufacturer of child-resistant packaging solutions designed for a variety of applications and industries, said the Squeeze and Turn Tin keeps products fresher for longer thanks to its airtight seal and metal-on-metal construction.

The tin’s proprietary mechanism is designed to “harmonise” with the natural attributes of steel and features audible and tactile feedback when opening and closing, reassuring consumers that their package is sealed.

While securely child-resistant, the tin is also designed to be accessible to elderly or arthritic consumers who may have difficulty opening other all-metal child-resistant packaging, standing out for its ease and simplicity among the current industry standard.

As a 100% curbside recyclable design, the Squeeze and Turn Tin has the “potential to replace billions of plastic child-resistant closures” that are thrown away each year, the maker said.

Ross Kirsh, Dymapak CEO said: “The Squeeze and Turn Tin prioritizes high-quality, easy-to-use packaging solutions that reduce the sizable and growing waste problem we see from plastic closures. We are thrilled to share our new proprietary tin with companies looking for safe, simple and sustainable solutions.”

James Stephenson, CEO of New York-based Ohho , a wellness brand, noted how Dymapak has earned its trust by consistently delivering custom packaging solutions.

He said: “We are looking forward to trying their new Squeeze and Turn Tin. Our customers have long been asking for a package that is easier to open, and we’ve been waiting for an option that also maintains product freshness, prevents degradation and complies with all safety regulations. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Dymapak as they create more and more innovative packaging options.”

The Squeeze and Turn tin has been submitted for child-resistant testing and will be evaluated in accordance with CPSC standards and protocol to conform to the requirements of a Poison Prevention Package as defined in CPSC 16 CFR 1700.

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