Color print advertisement for film lamination packaging manufactured and sold by the Dobeckmun Company, a division of the Dow Chemical Company based in Cleveland, Ohio. The advertisement features several samples of semi-rigid, single-use packages made by Ivers-Lee, a Canadian manufacturer of specialized pouch, strip and blister packaging for pharmaceutical, cosmetic, veterinary and specialty products. The accompanying text details Iver-Lee's use of Dobeckmun film lamination, emphasizing the flexibility and economy of design.
Dobeckmun (short for Dolan, Becker and Munson, the company's the co-founders) was a leading manufacturer of cellophane bags and cigar pouches. The Dow Chemical Company acquired Dobeckmun in 1957.
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Dow Chemical Company. “Advertisement for Dobeckmun Film Laminations,” 1963. Advertisements from the Dow Chemical Historical Collection, Box 7. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/2f75r873b.
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