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Arsenal Brand Design LLC

Newport, Rhode Island

United States

Website

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Design & Branding, Branding, Marketing

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Food

Arsenal Brand Design LLC

Mark Raebel

Principal
A graduate of the Art Institute of Dallas, Mark started his design career with Viacom Retail Group creating environmental graphics and entertainment products for both the flagship Viacom Entertainment Store in Chicago as well as the national satellite Nickelodeon stores. There he worked on Viacom's properties Paramount Pictures, Star Trek, MTV, VH1 and Nick@Nite. While traveling with the "Rugrats Request Tour", he represented the creators of the television show "Rugrats" as an animator for the promotion of the first feature film.
After in-house design positions with Dr Pepper/Seven-Up and Texas Instruments, he entered the agency world specializing in the promotion of retail and consumer goods, providing advertising and marketing solutions for numerous national clients including, Black-eyed Pea Restaurant, Corner Bakery Café, Frito-Lay, The Illinois Lottery, Kaepa USA, Meijer, Michaels, Office Depot, Papa Gino's, PepsiCo., Rite Aid, Serta, Siemens, Staples and Ultimate Electronics.

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    16 Jan 2019 --- Mosca GmbH, developer and producer of strapping machines, is to introduce Evolution SoniXs MS-6-H at Fruit Logistica, in Berlin, Germany, this year (February 6-8). It is positioned as a high-speed, reliable food produce strapping machine, that handles food carefully, without employing methods that could contaminate it.

  • Recycling in focus: Johnson & Johnson Vision partners with TerraCycle on UK program for contact lenses

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    15 Jan 2019 --- Johnson & Johnson Vision has partnered with UK recycling company TerraCycle to launch a nationwide program to recycle contact lenses. Over a third (39 percent) of contact lenses wearers are unsure of contact lenses recyclability status, research by Johnson & Johnson Vision has found. In reality, with the help of TerraCycle, they can be recycled. The program also includes the recycling of the blister and foil packaging after use.

  • Sustainable thermal packaging boost: Temperpack secures US$22.5m in financing

    Packaging & Technology News

    14 Jan 2019 --- Temperpack, a company positioned to “solve thermal packaging problems through sustainable design,” has raised US$22.5 million in Series B financing led by Revolution Growth. New investors Harbert Growth Partners, Arborview Capital and Tao Capital Partners, and existing investor SJF Ventures, also participated in the round. The cash injection is hoped to expand the business and to engineer new products in response to increasing demand for sustainable thermal packaging.

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