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Aspectrics Inc.

A developer of encoded photometric infrared spectroscopy (EP-IR) analyzers recently redesigned its Web site to include an applications library of documents that can be downloaded for free. The library features application notes on continuous emissions monitoring, solvent processing streams, and environmental monitoring. The site also includes product information overviews and a news and events section.

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A supplier of glass, plastic, and metal containers has redesigned and improved the features offered on its Web site. The clean-looking home page now provides several ways to access the company’s product lines. The site also offers a new packaging service called the Custom Label Shop, which enables users to create custom-printed labels, bags, and hand tags. The company has also added a Packaging Reference Guide that contains technical explanations, useful links, and a glossary of packaging terminology. The site’s catalog and label shop are also linked to the company’s e-commerce site www.bottlestore.com.

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ASTM International

A standards development organization now offers a digital version of its entire library of technical information on its Web site. Users can access nearly all of the organization’s literature from more than 140 technical committees issued in the last 100 years of the organization’s existence. The on-line resource includes 945 special technical publications, more than 50 manuals, 13,000 journal articles, and 40,000 other papers. The literature can be searched by keyword, topic, committee, symposium, or e-book. Tabs at the top of the library page also offer more general, quick-browsing options by document type and topic. A keyword search of “pharmaceutical packaging” brings up dozens of results in seconds such as new and old documents covering high-barrier flexible packaging, child-resistant packaging, and packaging for new drug applications. Various subscription options are offered.

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UPM Raflatac

A supplier of pressure-sensitive label stock has redesigned its Web site to enhance its visual appeal as well as simplify visitor access to product information on the company’s label stock, RFID tags, and inlays. The site features a new section dedicated to RFID that includes product and application descriptions as well as case studies. The site’s introductory page invites users to choose a region and language that directs them to a home page tailored to their needs. The site also offers customers a self-service business tool called Raflink Business Line that allows them to track orders and manage their accounts.

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