Every year, we strive to expand our capabilities by offering our customers new and innovative packaging options. Here are some exciting new sprayer options that we now offer.
We know how important product innovation is to your business. A manufacturing partner must have consistent, up-to-date, in-depth knowledge of the raw materials available to meet your market’s changing needs. Chicago Aerosol’s Research and Development team offers our customers this and much, much more.
We are excited to announce the acquisition of Elco Laboratories, Inc., a leading manufacturer of private label and custom liquid products.
Hailing from University Park, IL., Elco Laboratories’ production has transitioned to our state of the art...
Can you believe it’s been over a year since we introduced Bag on Valve (BOV) technology at Chicago Aerosol? Time sure flies! As with all new technology, we are learning more and more everyday about the incredible advantages of using BOV. One of our favorite features is how eco-friendly BOV is.
Hairspray became common after the patent of the aerosol process and the making of the aerosol spray can during the 1940s. It was first packaged in 1948, as the beauty industry saw that the aerosol cans used in WWII for insecticides could be used as a dispenser for hairspray.
This month we’ve updated our website to include profiles of our management team.
We know how complicated the new product introduction process can be. Fortunately, Chicago Aerosol produces a variety of open stock aerosol products in the Personal Care and Automotive / Industrial categories through our InStock Program.
Chicago Aerosol is constantly looking for ways in which to reduce our footprint. Here are some of our most recent activities that are making a difference.
Bag On Valve is a new packaging technology designed to provide an alternate means of dispensing products. Products employing this form of packaging are convenient, user friendly and can be sprayed evenly at all angles.
In the latest shopper research survey conducted by Perception Research Services International, results indicate that four out of five shoppers notice “Made in the U.S.A.” claims on packaging—similar to 2011 levels (83% vs. 80%). And 76% of those...