JP2015511912A - Container with an adhesive label having an area without an adhesive - Google Patents

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JP2015511912A
JP2015511912A JP2014557027A JP2014557027A JP2015511912A JP 2015511912 A JP2015511912 A JP 2015511912A JP 2014557027 A JP2014557027 A JP 2014557027A JP 2014557027 A JP2014557027 A JP 2014557027A JP 2015511912 A JP2015511912 A JP 2015511912A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
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    • B65D85/1036Containers formed by erecting a rigid or semi-rigid blank
    • B65D85/1045Containers formed by erecting a rigid or semi-rigid blank having a cap-like lid hinged to an edge
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
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    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • B65D85/1081Inserts or accessories added or joined to the container, e.g. coins, pens, cards, spacers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
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    • B65D85/109Lighting means, e.g. matches or lighters

Abstract

Kind Code: A1 Disclosed are various disadvantages associated with prior art packs in containers for consumer goods having adhesive labels. A consumer goods container includes an outer housing, the outer housing including a box and a lid hinged to the box. The inner packaging of the consumer product has a take-out opening that allows the consumer product to be taken out. An adhesive label is provided, covers the takeout opening and extends beyond the periphery of the takeout opening of the inner package. The adhesive label is at least partially peelable to the inner package by a resealable adhesive provided on the first region of the inner surface of the adhesive label extending around at least the lower periphery of the inner package take-off opening Is pasted. The second region on the inner surface of the adhesive label is permanently attached to the inner surface of the front wall of the lid of the outer container. The 3rd field arranged between the 1st field and the 2nd field has substantially no adhesive. [Selection] Figure 2

Description

  The present invention relates to a container for consumer goods having an adhesive label. The container of the present invention has particular application as a container for elongated consumer commodity items such as smoking articles.

  Smoking articles such as cigarettes and cigars are typically housed in a rigid hinged container that includes a box and a hinge line extending in a direction transverse to the rear wall of the container. And a lid connected to the lid. This type of container with a hinge lid is generally composed of a single thin layered cardboard material piece. In use, the lid is pivoted about the hinge line to open the container so that the bundle of smoking articles contained in the box can be touched.

  A bundle of smoking articles contained in a box is usually packaged by an inner liner or inner wrapping made of metal-coated paper, metal foil, or other flexible sheet material. In order to touch the bundle of smoking articles in the inner liner, the consumer must first open the container with the hinge lid and remove the upper portion of the inner liner that has been previously provided with a continuous hole.

  It is also known to wrap consumer goods, such as bundles of smoking articles, in a substantially airtight packaging that can be resealed. This packaging material containing consumer goods is inserted into a container with a hinge lid.

  For example, Patent Document 1 discloses a smoking article packaging pack with a hinge lid in which a smoking article is housed in a sealed package made of a layer of barrier material in which an extraction opening is formed. The extraction opening is covered by a cover layer with permanent adhesion, which can be engaged with the barrier material layer after first opening to reseal the package. The sealed package is provided with a frame between the smoking article and the layer of barrier material, and the cover layer is pressed against the frame.

  Patent document 2 discloses a pack with a hinge lid of a smoking article in which the smoking article is housed in an inner package having a take-out opening closed by the cover flap, and the cover flap is applied to the lower side of the cover flap. It fixes to an inner package using the non-drying adhesive made. In one embodiment, the outer surface of the bottom tab of the cover layer is permanently bonded to the inner surface of the front wall of the lid, and the cover flap is simultaneously opened and closed by opening and closing the lid. In this embodiment, the cover flap forms an S-shaped fold when the lid of the hinge-lid pack is opened. The term “S shape” is used to mean a shape having a curved shape with one inflection point.

  Due to the S-shape of the cover flap, an undesired situation in which a part of the cover layer contacts another part of the cover layer or the lower edge of the front wall of the lid at a certain angle during opening and closing of the lid. May occur. Since both parts of the cover layer have non-drying re-adhesive adhesive, both parts stick together and affect the closure of the lid.

European Patent Application Publication No. 944,539 International Publication No. 2008 / 142,540

    The object of the present invention is to eliminate the above-mentioned drawbacks of prior art packs.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, a container for consumer goods is provided. The container includes an outer housing, the outer housing including a box and a lid hinged to the box along a hinge line extending across the rear wall of the container. An inner package of consumer goods is provided in the outer housing, including a take-out opening that allows the consumer goods to be removed. An adhesive label that covers the take-out opening of the inner package and extends beyond the periphery of the take-out opening of the inner package is provided. The adhesive label is at least partially on the inner package by a resealable adhesive provided on a first region of the inner surface of the adhesive label that extends around at least the lower periphery of the take-out opening of the inner package. Affixed in a peelable manner. The second region on the inner surface of the adhesive label is permanently attached to the inner surface of the front wall of the lid of the outer container. The third region on the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label disposed between the first region and the second region has substantially no pressure-sensitive adhesive.

  Providing such an adhesive label can provide a container with a resealable inner package that allows the container to be more easily closed. Since the adhesive label does not adhere to itself or to the inner surface of the lid during opening and closing, the container can be more easily closed. Furthermore, since the re-sealable adhesive portion of the provided adhesive label is attached only to the inner package, and can be effectively sealed over a plurality of times, it is possible to provide an inner package that is more reliably sealed. it can.

  The height of the third region on the inner surface of the adhesive label is preferably at least about 1 mm. The height of the third region is preferably at least about 2 mm, and more preferably at least about 3 mm. The height of the second region on the inner surface of the adhesive label is preferably at least about 3 mm. The height of the second region is preferably at least about 4 mm, more preferably at least about 6 mm.

  The width of the third region of the inner surface of the adhesive label is preferably at least about 90% of the width of the take-out opening of the inner package. More preferably, the width of the third region on the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is substantially equal to or larger than the width of the take-out opening of the inner package. More preferably, the width of the third region is substantially equal to the width of the adhesive label. The force required to open the container can be changed by changing the width of the third region. The narrower the third area, the greater the force required to open the container, and thus a better seal can be provided between the adhesive label and the inner package. However, if the width of the third region is narrowed, the pressure-sensitive adhesive label may come into contact with the inner surface of the lid and partially adhere to it, so that the force required to close the container may increase.

  The height of the third region on the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is preferably substantially equal to or smaller than the height of the second region on the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label. The second region on the inner surface of the adhesive label may be disposed on the inner surface of the lid, and when the lid is in the open position, the third region substantially free of adhesive is below the lid. It extends to the edge or exceeds the lower edge of the lid. Arranging the relative dimensions and position of the adhesive label as described above provides an adhesive label that does not adhere to the inner surface of the lid, thus providing a more easily closed container.

  According to the second aspect of the present invention, a container for consumer goods is provided. The container includes an outer housing that includes a box and a lid hinged to the box along a hinge line extending across the rear wall of the container. An inner package of consumer goods is provided in the outer housing, including a take-out opening that allows the consumer goods to be removed. An adhesive label that covers the take-out opening of the inner package and extends beyond the periphery of the take-out opening of the inner package is provided. The adhesive label is at least partially on the inner package by a resealable adhesive provided on a first region of the inner surface of the adhesive label that extends around at least the lower periphery of the removal opening of the inner package. The second region of the inner surface of the adhesive label is substantially peel-free and has no adhesive, and the first region of the outer surface of the adhesive label is permanently attached to the inner surface of the front wall of the lid of the outer container. Is pasted. The second region on the inner surface of the adhesive label and the first region on the outer surface of the adhesive label at least partially overlap each other.

  This reduces the force between the back side of the first region of the outer surface and the resealable adhesive provided on the first region of the inner surface. Providing such an adhesive label can provide a container with a resealable inner package that allows the container to be more easily closed. Since the adhesive label does not adhere to itself or to the inner surface of the lid during opening and closing, the container can be more easily closed. Furthermore, since the re-sealable adhesive portion of the provided adhesive label is attached only to the inner package, and can be effectively sealed over a plurality of times, it is possible to provide an inner package that is more reliably sealed. it can.

  In the second aspect of the present invention, the area of the second region of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is preferably between 100% and about 50% of the area of the first region on the outer surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label. When the second area is smaller than the first area, it is advantageous because the tendency of the adhesive label to peel off from the lid is reduced when the container is opened. The height of the second region of the inner surface can be at least about 1 mm, preferably at least about 2 mm, and more preferably at least about 3 mm. The height of the first region of the outer surface of the adhesive label can be at least about 3 mm, preferably at least about 4 mm, and more preferably at least about 6 mm.

  In the first and second aspects of the present invention, the pressure-sensitive adhesive label provided for sealing the take-out portion on the take-out opening includes a re-sealable pressure-sensitive adhesive, and the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is placed on the inside many times. It can be peeled off from the surface of the package and reattached. This configuration allows the consumer package to be individually touched by repeatedly opening and closing the inner package. The resealable adhesive on the adhesive label preferably provides sufficient adhesion to the label so that it can be reattached at least as many times as the number of consumer items in the inner package. This allows the consumer to open and reseal the inner package until the container is empty.

  Adhesives suitable for resealing are well known to those skilled in the art, and a variety of different adhesives are commercially available from many suppliers. The choice of the preferred adhesive depends on the material that forms the inner package that is sealed or resealed by the adhesive label in use.

  The pressure-sensitive adhesive label preferably includes a surface having no pressure-sensitive adhesive, and the surface not having the pressure-sensitive adhesive corresponds to the size of the take-out opening of the inner package. When the lid is in the closed position and the adhesive label is sealed against the inner package, this non-adhesive surface covers the extraction opening in the inner package. This will prevent dust or fine particles such as tobacco powder or other residue from consumer products in the package from sticking to the adhesive label. This sticking can occur, for example, when the adhesive label comes into contact with a consumer product in the inner package.

  In an alternative embodiment having areas that do not have an adhesive corresponding to the size of the removal opening in the inner package in the first and second aspects of the present invention, the removal opening of the inner package is the inner package. Defined by one or more break lines. The one or more break lines define a removal portion of the inner package. By defining the take-out portion in the inner package, the inner package can be more securely sealed before the container is first opened. Thereby, the shelf life of the consumer goods stored in the container can be extended. More preferably, the adhesive label includes a further region on the inner surface of the adhesive label that is permanently affixed to the removal portion of the inner package that is delimited by one or more break lines. When the outer housing lid is first opened, the removal portion of the inner packaging is partially cut away from the rest of the inner packaging along the one or more break lines, and then the outer housing lid is removed. When opening and closing, it is preferable that the take-out portion of the inner package remains attached to the remaining portion of the inner package. The resealable adhesive provided in the first region on the inner surface of the adhesive label can extend substantially over the entire periphery of the take-out portion of the inner package.

  In the first and second aspects of the present invention, it is preferable that the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is permanently affixed to the inner package at least partially. More preferably, the adhesive label is permanently affixed to the inner package by a connecting portion extending about substantially the entire periphery of the adhesive label. The connecting portion is connected to the adhesive label along the edge of the adhesive label adjacent to the edge of the removal portion. It is preferable that a connection edge part is arrange | positioned toward the back of the upper part of an inner side package body.

  In the first and second aspects of the present invention, the container preferably further comprises an inner frame in the inner package. More preferably, the inner frame is a U-shaped inner frame having a front wall and a pair of opposing side walls. Alternatively, the inner frame may be provided between the container and the inner package. An inner frame with a large surface area is advantageous because it increases the structural strength of the container. The increased structural strength provided by this inner frame allows for secure closure of the adhesive label. This is particularly advantageous for subsequent closing operations when the container is not full. The term “U shape” is used to mean a shape that includes three parts, the first part and the third part being parallel to each other and extending in the same direction perpendicular to the second part.

  When the inner frame is provided between the container and the inner package, the inner frame is configured to include a cover layer, and the surface structure of the cover layer is such that the adhesive label is the cover layer of the inner frame. It can be selected so that the adhesive is hardly transferred from the adhesive label to the cover layer when attached to the cover. For example, the inner frame may have a cover layer on which polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is laminated. The cover layer can be transparent or metallized. Preventing the transfer of the adhesive from the adhesive label to the inner frame has the advantage that dust or fine particles, for example so-called “tobacco dust”, will not adhere to the inner frame.

  The inner package is preferably formed from metal foil or metal-coated paper. The material of the inner package can be formed as a laminate of a metal-coated polyethylene film and a liner material. The liner material can be superfinished glassine paper. Furthermore, the material of the inner package may have a printable top coat.

  The consumer product is preferably a smoking article. However, the container is also suitable for various consumer goods such as confectionery and dried food.

  As used herein, the terms “front”, “rear”, “upper”, “lower”, “top”, “bottom”, and “side” refer to the outer housing lid in the closed position and the rear of the container. It represents the relative position of each part and component of the container according to the present invention when the container is erected vertically with a hinge line. In describing the container according to the invention, these terms are used regardless of the orientation of the container being described. The rear wall of the container is a wall including a hinge line.

  The term “hinge line” means the line around which the lid pivots to open the container. The hinge line can be, for example, a fold line or a cut line in the panel forming the rear wall of the container.

  The term “longitudinal” means from bottom to top or vice versa. The term “lateral direction” means a direction perpendicular to the vertical direction.

  Here, the term “height” means the size of each part of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label measured in the vertical direction when the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is attached to the inner package. The term “width” means the dimension of each part of the adhesive label measured in the transverse direction when the adhesive label is applied to the inner package.

  The container is preferably a rectangular parallelepiped in which two wide walls are spaced apart by two narrow walls.

  The container can be formed from any suitable material, including but not limited to cardboard, paperboard, plastic, metal, or combinations thereof. . The outer housings are each preferably formed from one or more folded sheet-like cardboard stock, and the weight of the cardboard stock is preferably between about 100 g / m 2 and 350 g / m 2.

As described above, the container according to the present invention may be in the shape of a rectangular hexahedron having a perpendicular vertical edge and a perpendicular transverse edge. Alternatively, the container may have one or more rounded longitudinal edges, rounded transverse edges, slanted longitudinal edges, or slanted transverse edges, or these A combination may be provided. The container according to the invention is not meant to be limiting, but for example
-With one or two rounded or slanted longitudinal edges on the front wall and / or with one or two rounded or slanted longitudinal edges on the rear wall .
-With one or two rounded or slanted lateral edges on the front wall and / or with one or two rounded or slanted lateral edges on the rear wall .
-With a rounded longitudinal edge on the front wall and a slanted longitudinal edge and / or a rounded lateral edge and a slanted lateral on the back wall With directional edges.
-The front wall has one or two rounded or slanted lateral edges and the front wall has one or two rounded or slanted vertical edges.
-The first side wall has two rounded or slanted longitudinal edges, or the second side wall has two rounded or slanted lateral edges.
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  Where the container comprises one or more beveled edges, the width of the beveled edges is preferably between about 1 mm and about 10 mm, between about 2 mm and about 6 mm. It is more preferable that Alternatively, the container includes a double beveled portion formed by three parallel crease lines or score lines spaced from each other so that two distinct beveled portions are formed at the container end. Can do.

  Alternatively, the container may be non-rectangular, for example with a polygonal, semi-elliptical or semi-circular cross section such as a triangle or hexagon.

  The container of the present invention has particular application as a container for elongated smoking articles such as cigarettes, cigars, and thin cigarettes. It will be appreciated that containers according to the present invention can be designed for different numbers of normal size, king size, super king size, slim or super slim cigarettes by appropriate selection of their dimensions. Alternatively, other consumer goods can be modified to be stored in the container.

  Containers according to the present invention can be designed to hold different numbers of smoking articles or different arrangements of smoking articles with appropriate selection of dimensions. For example, containers according to the present invention can be designed to hold between 10 and 30 smoking articles, with a suitable choice of dimensions.

  Smoking articles can be arranged in different ways depending on the total number of smoking articles. For example, smoking articles can be arranged in a single row of 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10. Alternatively, the smoking articles may be arranged in two or more rows. These two or more rows may contain the same number of smoking articles. For example, smoking articles can be 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 in 2 rows, 5 or 7 in 3 rows, or 4, 5 or 6 in 4 rows. Can be arranged in rows. Alternatively, in two or more rows, at least two rows may contain a different number of smoking articles. For example, smoking articles are 5 rows and 6 rows (5-6), 6 rows and 7 rows (6-7), 7 rows and 8 rows (7-8). The middle is 5 rows, 6 rows are on both sides (6-5-6), the middle is 5 rows, both sides are 7 rows (7-5-7), the middle is 6 rows 5 rows on each side (5-6-5), 6 rows in the middle and 7 rows on both sides (7-6-7), 7 rows in the middle and 6 rows on both sides Row (6-7-6), 9 rows in the middle and 8 rows (8-9-8) on both sides, or 6 rows in the middle, 5 on one side and 7 on the other side (5-6-7).

  A container according to the present invention can hold the same type or brand of smoking article, or different types or brands of smoking article. Furthermore, to accommodate filterless smoking articles and smoking articles with various filter tips, as well as smoking articles of different lengths (eg between about 40 mm and about 180 mm) and different diameters (eg between about 4 mm and 9 mm). It may be. Further, the smoking article may have different taste intensity, suction resistance, and total amount of particulate matter released. The container dimensions are preferably adapted to the length of the smoking article and the arrangement of the smoking article. Typically, the outer dimensions of the container should be larger than the dimension of the bundle of smoking articles contained in the container by a dimension between about 0.5 mm and about 5 mm.

  The length, width and depth of the container according to the invention can be such that in the closed position of the lid, the resulting overall container dimensions are similar to the dimensions of a typical 20-cigarette hinged waste pack.

  The container according to the present invention preferably has a height of between about 60 mm and about 150 mm, and between about 70 mm and about 125 mm, when the height is measured from the bottom wall to the top wall of the container. More preferably it is.

  Containers according to the present invention preferably have a width between about 12 mm and about 150 mm, and between about 70 mm and about 125 mm, when the width is measured from one side wall to the other side wall of the container. Is more preferable.

  The container according to the present invention preferably has a depth of between about 6 mm and about 150 mm when the depth is measured from the front wall to the rear wall of the container (including the hinge between the box and the lid), More preferably, it is between 12 mm and about 25 mm.

  The ratio of the container height to the container depth is preferably between about 0.3: 1 and about 10: 1, more preferably between about 2: 1 and about 8: 1, most preferably Preferably between about 3: 1 and 5: 1.

  The ratio of the container width to the container depth is preferably between about 0.3: 1 and about 10: 1, more preferably between about 2: 1 and about 8: 1, and about 2: 1 to 3 A ratio of up to 1: is most preferred.

  The ratio of the rear wall height of the lid to the rear wall height of the outer sleeve box is preferably between about 0: 1 (the lid is located at the top of the container) to about 1: 1, and about 1: 5. Is more preferably between about 1:10 and most preferably between about 1: 6 and about 1: 8.

  The ratio of the front wall height of the lid to the front wall height of the outer sleeve box is preferably between about 1: 0 (the lid covers the entire front wall) and about 1:10, from about 1: 1 to about More preferred is between 1: 5 and most preferred is between about 1: 2 and 1: 3.

  If the container contains smoking articles, the container may also be a waste compartment (eg for ash or butts) or other such as matches, lighters, fire extinguishing means, bad breath fresheners or electronic equipment. Of consumer goods. Other consumer goods may be attached to the outside of the container, housed in a separate compartment of the container with the smoking article, or a combination thereof.

  Manufacturer or brand logos, trademarks, slogans and other consumer information or symbols can be decoratively displayed on the outer surface of the container according to the present invention by printing, embossing, debossing or other methods.

  The container according to the present invention is loaded with a smoking article, for example by a transparent polymer film made of high-density or low-density polyethylene, polypropylene, oriented polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, cellulose film, or combinations thereof, It can be externally wrapped by shrink wrapping or the like by a normal method. When the container according to the present invention is externally packaged, the external packaging material can include one or more tear tapes. Furthermore, images, consumer information and other data can be printed on the outer packaging material.

The invention will be further described, by way of example only, with reference to the following drawings.
1 shows a perspective view of a container according to the invention. It is a side view which shows the container shown in FIG. 1 in the open position of a lid | cover. It is a side view which shows the container shown in FIG. 1 in the closed position of a lid | cover. 2 shows the inner surface of an adhesive label used in a container according to the invention. The outer surface of the adhesive label shown in FIG. 4 is shown. FIG. 6 is a side view showing still another container according to the present invention in an open position of a lid. It is a side view which shows another container in the closed position of a lid | cover. The inner surface of the adhesive label used in another container is shown. The outer surface of the adhesive label shown in FIG. 8 is shown.

  The container 100 with hinge lid shown in FIG. 1 is a rectangular parallelepiped and is hinged to the box 102 along a lower box 102 and a hinge line extending substantially horizontally along the rear wall of the container 100. And a lid 104. FIG. 1 shows the container with the hinge lid 104 in the open position. A bundle of cigarettes (not shown) is contained in the box 102 of the container 100. The bundle is wrapped in an inner package 106 as described in more detail below. The overall size and structure of the box 102 and lid 104 of the container 100 is substantially the same as a standard hinged lid cigarette pack.

  The box 102 has a box front wall, a box left wall, a box right wall, a box rear wall, and a box bottom wall. The upper side of the box 102 is open and is provided with an upper opening that allows the cigarettes to be removed.

  When the container in an upright position is opened, the cigarette housed in the box 102 can be removed from the upper end of the container 100.

  The lid 104 includes a lid front wall, a lid left wall, a lid right wall, a lid rear wall, and a lid upper wall. When the container is closed, the free edge of the lid 104 wall contacts the free edge of the wall of the box 102 along the bond line. Thus, in this closed position, the wall of the lid 104 forms an extension of the corresponding wall of the box 102 and defines the wall of the container 100.

  An inner frame (not shown) is attached in the inner package 106 of the container 100. The inner frame includes an inner frame front wall, an inner frame left side wall, and a right side wall, which are connected to the inner surfaces of the inner package front wall, the inner package left side wall, and the inner package right side wall, respectively. The inner frame front wall includes a rectangular cutout at the upper free edge to facilitate removal of the cigarette from the box 102. This rectangular notch substantially corresponds to the front wall portion of the take-out opening of the inner package. The wall of the inner frame extends beyond the upper edge of the box 102.

  Before opening for the first time, the container 100 is an outer packaging material (not shown) made of a transparent film and is wrapped in a normal manner.

  The inner package 106 includes a notch that allows the cigarette to be removed. When the cigarette inner package is in place in the box, the notch is placed at the open upper end of the box 102.

  A rectangular self-adhesive label 108 is attached to the outer surface of the inner package such that the label 108 covers a notch that defines a takeout opening in the inner package 106. The free end 110 of the label 108 is permanently attached to a part of the inner surface of the lid 104. The label 108 includes a re-sealable adhesive area 112 on the inner surface of the label 108 that overlaps a portion of the inner package about the periphery of the extraction opening. When the lid is in the closed position, the resealable adhesive area 112 forms a seal between the adhesive label 108 and the inner package 106.

  Further, the label 108 is sealed to the inner package using a permanent adhesive strip at the upper trailing edge of the inner package. This results in a hinge line around which the adhesive label can pivot to open and close the inner package.

  To touch the cigarette in the inner package, the hinge lid is moved from the closed position to the open position shown in FIG. As the lid moves from the closed position, the label 108 is peeled away from the inner package 106 because the free end 110 of the label 108 is permanently affixed to the lid, thereby removing the inner package's take-off opening. The shroud is removed so that one or more cigarettes can be removed from the extraction opening.

    FIG. 2 shows a side view of the container 100 with the lid 104 in the open position. As described above, the label 108 is permanently affixed to the inner surface of the lid 104 using the adhesive 200 substantially adjacent to the lower edge of the lid. The portion 202 located adjacent to the permanent adhesive portion 200 is substantially free of adhesive. The portion not having the adhesive is provided to prevent the adhesive label from adhering to the inner surface of the lid in the region of the lower edge of the lid. By preventing the adhesive label from adhering to the lid, the container can be opened and closed more easily.

  FIG. 3 shows a side view of the container 100 with the lid 104 in the closed position. As can be seen, the adhesive label portion 200 permanently affixed to the inner surface of the lid is folded approximately 180 degrees away from the inner package. The adhesive label 108 is shown in a state of being attached to the inner package 106.

  FIG. 4 shows the adhesive label 108. The portion 200 is provided with a permanent adhesive, and the lower edge of the adhesive label can be permanently attached to the inner surface of the lid 104 as described above. Portion 202 is substantially free of adhesive and is located adjacent to permanent adhesive portion 200. Alternatively, portion 200 can be tack neutralized to ensure that it does not adhere to the inner surface of the lid. The resealable adhesive portion 112 described above is shown surrounding the periphery of the portion 400. Resealable portion 112 is adapted to resealably attach to the inner package about the extraction opening to provide a sealed inner package. Part 400 is provided with a permanent adhesive that is adapted to permanently affix the adhesive label to the removal portion of the inner package. Before the container is first opened, the take-out part is connected to the inner package by a break line such as a continuous hole, a crease line or a cut line. Specifically, the break line is provided on the left side, the right side, and the lower side of the take-out opening when the container is viewed from the front with the lid up. The self-adhesive label is permanently attached to the take-out part, and when the container is first opened, the take-out part is separated from the inner package along the breaking line, but is formed at the upper rear corner of the inner package It is still attached to the inner package along the hinge line.

  FIG. 5 shows the outer surface of the adhesive label 108. As can be seen, the surface 500 has no adhesive.

  In this embodiment, the height of the portion without the adhesive is less than the height of the permanent adhesive portion 610. The height of the part without the adhesive is about 3 mm, and the height of the permanent adhesive part is about 4 mm. The relative dimensions of the non-adhesive part of the adhesive label and the permanent adhesive part are such that the resealable adhesive part does not contact the inner surface of the lid when the lid is in the open position. . Further, the relative dimensions are dimensioned such that the resealable adhesive portion provides a seal with the area surrounding the removal portion of the inner package.

  The container 600 shown in FIG. 6 is similar in structure to the container 100 shown in FIGS. 1 to 3 described above. The container 600 includes a box 602 and a lid 604 hinged to the box 602 along a hinge line that extends substantially horizontally along the rear wall of the container 600. However, the inner package 6060 is provided with an alternative adhesive label 608. In this alternative method, the outer surface portion 601 of the adhesive label 608 is permanently affixed to the inner surface of the lid 604. The inner surface portion 612 of the adhesive label 608 is substantially free of adhesive. Similar to the non-adhesive portion 202 provided on the adhesive label 108 described above, the non-adhesive portion 602 is provided so that it does not adhere to the adhesive label itself when the lid is in the open position. It is done. Therefore, the container can be opened and closed more easily.

  FIG. 7 shows a side view of the container 600 with the lid 604 in the closed position. In this alternative embodiment, as can be seen, the adhesive label portion 610 permanently affixed to the inner surface of the lid is not folded against the inner package. The adhesive label 108 is shown in a state of being attached to the inner package 606.

  Similar to the container 100 described above, an inner frame (not shown) is mounted within the inner package 606 of the container 600. The inner frame includes an inner frame front wall, an inner frame left side wall, and a right side wall, which are connected to the inner surfaces of the inner package front wall, the inner package left side wall, and the inner package right side wall, respectively. The inner frame front wall includes a rectangular cutout at the upper free edge to facilitate removal of the cigarette from the box 602. This rectangular notch substantially corresponds to the front wall portion of the take-out opening of the inner package. The inner frame wall extends beyond the upper edge of the box 602.

  Prior to opening for the first time, the container 600 is wrapped in a normal manner with an outer wrapping material (not shown) made of a transparent film.

  The inner package 606 includes a cutout that allows the cigarette to be removed. When the cigarette inner package is in place in the box, the notch is placed at the open upper end of the box 602.

  FIG. 8 shows an adhesive label 608. Portion 612 is substantially free of adhesive and is located adjacent to the lower edge of adhesive label 608. Alternatively, portion 612 can be tack neutralized to ensure that the lid does not adhere to itself when in the open position. Resealable adhesive portion 800 is shown surrounding the periphery of portion 802. Resealable portion 800 is adapted to remove the adhesive label and resealably adhere to inner package 606 around the opening to provide a sealed inner package. Part 802 is provided with a permanent adhesive that is adapted to permanently affix the adhesive label to the removed portion of the inner package. The take-out portion is connected to the inner package by a broken line such as a continuous hole before the container is first opened. Specifically, the break line is provided on the left side, the right side, and the lower side of the take-out opening when the container is viewed from the front with the lid up. The self-adhesive label is permanently attached to the take-out part, and when the container is first opened, the take-out part separates from the inner package along the break line, but is formed in the upper rear corner of the inner package. It is still attached to the inner package along the hinge line.

  FIG. 9 shows the outer surface of the adhesive label 608. As can be seen, a permanent adhesive portion 610 is provided at the lower edge of the outer surface of the adhesive label. The remaining portion 900 of the outer surface of the adhesive label has no adhesive.

  In this alternative embodiment, the height of the portion without the adhesive is less than the height of the permanent adhesive portion 610. The height of the part without the adhesive is about 3 mm, and the height of the permanent adhesive part is about 6 mm. The relative dimensions of the non-adhesive part and the permanent adhesive part are determined by the elasticity of the adhesive label material so that the resealable adhesive part contacts itself when the lid is in the open position. The dimensions are such that

  Containers 100 and 600 shall be filled and assembled using conventional equipment and methods modified to include the step of attaching adhesive labels 108, 608 over the removal openings of inner wrappers 106, 606. Can do.

100, 600 Container 102, 602 Box 104, 604 Lid 106, 606 Inner package 108, 608 Adhesive label 110 Adhesive label free end 112, 800 Resealable adhesive part 200, 610 Permanent adhesive part 202, 312 Substantially free of adhesive

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  1. A container for consumer goods,
    A box,
    A lid hinged to the box along a hinge line extending across the rear wall of the container;
    Including outer housing,
    An inner package of consumer goods having a take-out opening in the outer housing to allow removal of consumer goods, and the take-off opening of the inner package covering the take-out opening of the inner package Adhesive label that extends beyond the periphery of
    Including
    The pressure-sensitive adhesive label is at least provided by a resealable pressure-sensitive adhesive provided on the inner package body on a first region of the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label extending around at least a lower edge of the take-out opening of the inner package body. A second area of the inner surface of the adhesive label is permanently affixed to the inner surface of the front wall of the lid of the outer container;
    A third region of the inner surface of the adhesive label disposed between the first region and the second region has substantially no adhesive;
    A container for consumer goods.
  2.   The container according to claim 1, wherein the height of the third region of the inner surface of the adhesive label is at least about 1 mm.
  3.   The width of the third region of the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label is at least about 90% of the width of the take-out opening of the inner package body. container.
  4.   The width | variety of the said 3rd area | region of the said inner surface of the said adhesive label is substantially equal to or larger than the width | variety of the said extraction opening of the said inner side package body, The any one of Claims 1-3 characterized by the above-mentioned. Container as described in.
  5.   The height of the third region of the inner surface of the adhesive label is substantially equal to or smaller than the height of the second region of the inner surface of the adhesive label. 4. The container according to any one of 4.
  6. A container for consumer goods,
    A box,
    A lid hinged to the box along a hinge line extending across the rear wall of the container;
    Including outer housing,
    An inner package of consumer goods having a take-out opening in the outer housing to allow removal of the consumer goods; and covering the take-out opening of the inner package; Adhesive label that extends beyond the periphery of the extraction opening,
    Including
    The pressure-sensitive adhesive label is at least provided by a resealable pressure-sensitive adhesive provided on the inner package body on a first region of the inner surface of the pressure-sensitive adhesive label extending around at least a lower edge of the take-out opening of the inner package body. The second area on the inner surface of the adhesive label is substantially free of adhesive, and the first area on the outer surface of the adhesive label is in front of the lid of the outer container. Permanently attached to the inner surface of the wall,
    The second region of the inner surface of the adhesive label and the first region of the outer surface of the adhesive label at least partially overlap each other;
    A container for consumer goods.
  7.   The container of claim 6, wherein the area of the second region of the adhesive label is between 100% and about 50% of the area of the first region of the outer surface of the adhesive label. .
  8.   The container according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the extraction opening of the inner package is defined by one or more break lines in the inner package.
  9.   The adhesive label includes a further region on the inner surface of the adhesive label that is permanently affixed to the portion of the inner package bounded by the one or more break lines. The container according to 8.
  10.   The container according to claim 1, wherein a first region of the inner surface of the adhesive label extends substantially around the entire periphery of the take-out opening of the inner package.
  11.   The container according to any one of claims 1 to 10, wherein the adhesive label is partially and permanently affixed to the inner package.
  12.   The adhesive label is permanently affixed to the inner package by a connecting portion that extends substantially around the entire periphery of the adhesive label, the portion being adjacent to the edge of the removal portion. The container according to claim 11, wherein the container is connected to the adhesive label along an edge.
  13.   The container according to any one of claims 1 to 12, further comprising an inner frame in the inner package.
  14.   14. A container according to claim 13, wherein the inner frame is a U-shaped inner frame having a front wall and a pair of opposed side walls.
  15.   The container according to claim 1, wherein the consumer product is a smoking article.
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