Lift 'n' Peel™ has earned the trust and approval of both consumers and packaging industry specialists alike. Consumer's agree Lift 'n' Peel™ is easier to use and remove than other innerseals - it is the ultimate solution.
Two of the greatest benefits of glass are its barrier properties and chemically inert surface. However, sealing to glass has traditionally been very difficult as it does not take to chemical bonds easily. With the GlassFuze™ proprietary heat seal, induction liners are now able to adhere to glass finishes, even with liquids, powders and oily contents.
Product category: Composite packaging materials based on Aluminium
Counterfeit products not only divert revenue from brand owners, but can also damage the brand reputation. Most products by themselves, without any packaging, are difficult to identify by consumers as the original brand. In reality, it is the packaging that is most effective in discouraging would-be counterfeiters. Selig recognizes the threat of not only counterfeiting, but also product/package tampering that exists for consumer packaged goods. We are the leaders in tamper evident packaging for over-the-counter (OTC) and pharmaceutical packaging as evidenced by our foil induction seals that are prevalent in the market. In selecting an anti-counterfeit technology, there are 2 classes of technology that work differently and call upon 2 different audiences for engagement.
Selig's strength and experience as a global leader of sealing solutions dates back to 1890 with the founding of the Safe Glass Company by John S. Giles. The 1905 merger with a closure company from San Francisco, California resulted in the name Hermetic Cap & Glass Company, the 1st known in-house liner manufacturing facility. With the acquisition of the Unipac Corporation in 2008 and ISCO in 2011, under one name, Selig Group brings you the core benefits, knowledge and rich history of the legends in global sealing solutions: Insulec, Unipac, 3M, Sonoco Capseals, Malborough Packaging and Selig.