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DYMAPAK UNVEILS FIRST-EVER LAB CERTIFIED, RECLOSABLE CHILD-RESISTANT STORAGE BAGS

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PIONEERING RESPONSIBLE STORAGE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING AMIDST STRINGENT REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

New York, July 5, 2017 — Today, Dymapak, an OEM supplier of industrial safety packaging, officially began accepting custom orders for Safety Sacks, a line of vacuum-sealable child- resistant pouches featuring Kid KatchTM, patented zipper technology designed to prevent child access. Safety Sacks are the world’s first lab certified, reclosable child resistant bags capable of providing the first-class freshness of vacuum sealing and gas purging while meeting the protocols and standards as a child resistant poison prevention package set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials).

“Safety will always be Dymapak’s top priority. The Safety Sack line only cements our commitment to this core value,” said founder and CEO, Ross Kirsh. “This solution protects the integrity and purity of our partner’s product as much it prevents children from accessing its potentially harmful contents. The surging demand for child-resistant packaging across a range of industries – from household cleaners to e-cigarettes to cannabis – necessitates safe and adaptable packaging. No one understands the relationship between products and the people they serve better than we do,” adds Kirsh.

Safety Sack is the latest addition to the company’s well-known line of proprietary child-resistant packaging solutions. Dymapak released its child-resistant Secure Sacks in early 2014 with widespread adoption, and gained further acclaim in September 2016 with the release of the Twistspenser, an innovative, proprietary child-resistant pen for dispensing doses of viscous fluids unsuitable for syringes. All products are offered for purchase from stock inventory, yet most evolve into custom product lines for large producers looking for differentiation.

“Packaging plays a critical role in consumer purchasing choices,” insists Kirsh. “Today, many business owners make the mistake of focusing solely on shelf appeal and cost when faced with packaging decisions,” says Kirsh. “When we create child-resistant solutions, the approach is holistic from the start, seamlessly integrating packaging functionality with product and design at the lowest price. We understand the toll that damaged, broken or unusable products can take on a brand’s reputation and bottom line, and so do the bigger and more experienced operators. There’s simply no substitute for expertise and genuine interest in helping partners successfully scale up.”

Dymapak has spent a decade helping businesses around the world profit from innovative packaging design, safety and functionality advantages. Alongside the newest lab-certified child-resistant Safety Sacks, the business offers an array of odor and moisture barrier bags in various sizes and colors, as well as novel designs for consumers under its Stink Sack brand. Dymapak products are available in 8 countries, including over 600 stores in the United States, and can be purchased online at www.dymapak.com.

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Dymapak is the leading global manufacturer of innovative child-resistant packaging and protective storage solutions geared to and designed for emerging pharmaceutical and consumer applications. Dymapak’s Safety Sack is the first bag designed to be vacuum-sealable and lab certified as child resistant in accordance with CPSC protocol 16 CFR 1700.20, conforming to ASTM classifications. Dymapak products are available online at www.dymapak.com, as well as through retailers in The United States, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Australia, and Canada. Kid KatchTM, Safety SackTM and Stink SackTM are trademarks of Quark Distribution, Inc.

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