Royalty Report: Packaging & Containers, Beverages, Food – Collection: 5685

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 12

Description

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 12

Primary Industries

  • Packaging & Containers
  • Beverages
  • Food
  • Household Appliances
  • Medical
  • Consumer Goods
  • Retail & Leisure

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 5685

License Grant
The parties have agreed to enter into this agreement to reflect the sale by Licensors, three individuals, and the purchase by Licensee of all property, including all patents pending, know-how and intellectual property, relating to the invention and the apparatus.
License Property
We acquired a patent pending for the PET Container Technology from certain stockholders.   Patent No. 5,609,038 relates to self-chilling beverage container technology to plastic and glass beverage containers (PET Container Technology).

The ability to chill a beverage is based on the theory of the latent heat of evaporation of liquefied gasses and the cooling of those gasses due to rapid expansion.  The basic principles of evaporation and heat transfer dictate that as liquid coolant is vaporized it draws heat from the surrounding area, lowering the temperature of nearby materials.  The proposed product consists of a cartridge of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) that is held in place by a cartridge holder.  The unit is then placed in a can, the can subsequently is filled and sealed.  The cooling device will displace approximately 3.0 ounces of the fluid, so a 12 ounce can will contain 9.0 ounces of beverage with the cooling device installed.  When the tab on the lid of the can is pulled a valve mechanism within the can triggers the CO2 capsule causing the gas to be discharged through diffusers of porous plastic into the beverage.  The escaping CO2 forms into small particles of frozen snow at extremely cold temperatures and rapidly imparts a chilling action to the beverage, while carbonating the beverage.  The amount of chilling and carbonation are adjustable depending on the requirements of the manufacturer.  Greater chilling may be obtained by increasing the amount of liquid CO2.  The amount of carbonation may be adjusted from no carbonation to several levels greater than now used in manufactured soft drinks.

Field of Use
The Licensee agreed to obtain a License Agreement relating to self-chilling beverage container technology to plastic and glass beverage containers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5686

License Grant
The Company grants Licensee the exclusive right and license (the License), for a period of 40 years, to use, commercialize and exploit the Company’s proprietary trademarks, patents, process information, technical information, designs and drawings associated with the Company’s self-chilling beverage container technology (the Technology) including the right to manufacture, use and sell apparatus and products embodying the Technology within the countries comprising the European Union and the Republic of China.  The Licensee also has the right to sub-license the right to manufacture, use and sell products embodying the Technology.
License Property
The ability to chill a beverage is based on the theory of the latent heat of evaporation of liquefied gasses and the cooling of those gasses due to rapid expansion.  The basic principles of evaporation and heat transfer dictate that as liquid coolant is vaporized it draws heat from the surrounding area, lowering the temperature of nearby materials.  The proposed product consists of a cartridge of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) that is held in place by a cartridge holder.  The unit is then placed in a can, the can subsequently is filled and sealed.  The cooling device will displace approximately 3.0 ounces of the fluid, so a 12 ounce can will contain 9.0 ounces of beverage with the cooling device installed. When the tab on the lid of the can is pulled a valve mechanism within the can triggers the CO2 capsule causing the gas to be discharged through diffusers of porous plastic into the beverage. The escaping CO2 forms into small particles of frozen snow at extremely cold temperatures and rapidly imparts a chilling action to the beverage, while carbonating the beverage.  The amount of chilling and carbonation are adjustable depending on the requirements of the manufacturer. Greater chilling may be obtained by increasing the amount of liquid CO2. The amount of carbonation may be adjusted from no carbonation to several levels greater than now used in manufactured soft drinks.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the beverage industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7748

License Grant
The Licensor grants to the Licensee the exclusive worldwide right and license to enjoy, commercialize and exploit the Technology and to manufacture, use and sell throughout the world, Apparatus and Products embodying the Technology (the 'Exclusive License').
License Property
The Licensor holds patents covering a proprietary technology (the 'Technology') for self-chilling beverage containers.

1. Patent No. 5,609,038 – 'Self-chilling beverage container and parts therefor'.
2. Patent Pending Application No. 60/244,942 for the self-chilling pet bottle.

TRADEMARKS AND TRADENAMES
1. Instacool
2. InstaKool
3. Cool Can
4. Cool Can Technologies
5. Kool Kan 6. Kool Can

Field of Use
This agreement applies to the beverage container industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2202

License Grant
The Licensor entered into a new exclusive option and license agreement with Licensee  for worldwide rights to the Licensor's patents and technology for a twenty-year term relative to self-cooling processes and self-heating technology for potential use in the food and beverage industries.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6063

License Grant
The Licensee acquired a patent pending from certain stockholders which expanded on the patent for a self-chilling beverage container and related component parts.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29779

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement to sell these sub-licensing rights to the re-sealable container technology.
License Property
This re-sealable container technology is for resealing soft-drink (and other similarly configured) beverage cans, and cardboard TetraPak beverage containers.  TetraPak containers are four-sided, pyramidical beverage containers widely used in Europe, made of packaging material similar to milk cartons familiar to the U.S. market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27311

License Grant
The Licensor hereby grants the exclusive worldwide rights to manufacture, use, sell and promote Licensor’s Inventions, developed certain technology embracing self-heating containers.
License Property
The Licensor has developed certain technology embracing self-heating containers.

“Licensor's Patent Applications” shall mean technology described and claimed in United States patent application serial no. 08/250, 537, entitled “Container with Integral Module for Heating or Cooling the Content”; serial no. 29/025/518, entitled 'Beverage Container'; United States patent application serial no. 08/550,547.

'Licensor's Inventions' shall mean structural, functional, design and ornamental aspects of self-heating or self-cooling containers, including components of the containers and all processes for manufacturing the containers or components, including all know-how and trade secrets of Licensor, and all improvements thereto, patentable or unpatentable, now owned or controlled by Licensor or developed or acquired by Licensor during the term of this agreement.

'Licensor's Mark's shall mean 'Insta-Heat,' 'Insta-Cool' and  'Anytime, Anywhere'

IPSCIO Record ID: 4849

License Grant
The Licensor, by this Agreement, grants to License the exclusive right during the Term to manufacture and/or, in Licensee’s discretion, utilize the manufacturer introduced by Licensor to manufacture, and then to distribute and sell the Licensed Products using the Trademarks through the Distribution Channels in the Territory.
License Property
Trademarks- Freezy-Bag and Freezygel.

Licensed Products. An insulated bag incorporating a uniquely designed wrap-around Freeze-Pack for cooling and maintaining products cold for an extended duration and a flexible wrap-around freeze-pack and/or soft sided coolers/insulated bags for cooling and/or heating products and/or maintaining their temperature.

There exist many gels which can be cooled to freezing and which absorb heat during warm-up. These gels are placed in sealed envelopes or pockets and are employed as a reusable coolant for portable iceboxes and the like. There are a number of different types of such gels. Some of them freeze solid, and some are flexible even at 0 degrees F. Such gels are usually packaged in a vinyl or other synthetic polymer composition flexible material so that the gel does not escape at any time. These freezing gel packages can be reused many times. They can only be employed as coolant in an icebox because of the size and shape of the envelope structures. The envelopes in which the gels are enclosed are of fairly large dimension so that they must be laid flat in the freezer or they will slump into a shape which is difficult to use in the icebox. There has been no constraint of the gel other than to prevent it from escaping the envelope.

4,324,111 Freezing gel containment structure is comprised of a plurality of adjacent tubes. The tubes are secured in adjacent edgewise relationship and each is separately filled with freezing gel. The tubes are tall and narrow and are sufficiently filled so that they have some cylindrical structural strength. The containment structure comprised of the plurality of tubes is strong enough to stand.

Field of Use
Technology relates to the manufacture and sale of Soft Sided Coolers/ Insulated Bags; an insulated bag incorporating a uniquely designed wrap-around Freeze-Pack for cooling and maintaining products cold for an extended duration and a flexible wrap-around freeze-pack and/or soft sided coolers/insulated bags for cooling and/or heating products and/or maintaining their temperature.

IPSCIO Record ID: 128967

License Grant
The Company agreed to acquire the 50% interest in the technology which we did not own from Licensor
License Property
The technology relates to a resealable can technology for consumer beverage (resealable aluminium beverage can)
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the container industry relating to beverages.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2863

License Grant
The Licensor grants the Sublicensee a non-exclusive sublicense to make, use, sell and otherwise commercialize 'Food Packages' solely within the Territory and solely within the food service or fast-food and restaurant industry,  i.e.  One and two-piece sandwich or food and beverage containers.
License Property
1.   U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,225,247 issued September 30, 1980, and entitled 'mixing and Agitating Device.'

2.   U.S. Patent No. 4,552,463 issued November 12, 1983, and entitled 'Methods and Apparatus for Producing a Colloidal Mixture.'

3.   U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,889,428 issued December 26, 1989, and entitled 'Rotary Mill for Increasing the Degree of Hydration.'  

4.   U.S. Letters Patent No. 4,944,595 issued July 31, 1990, and entitled 'Apparatus for Producing Cement Building Material.'  

5.   U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,061,319 issued October 29, 1991, and entitled 'The Process for Producing Cement Building Material.'  

6.   U.S. Letters Patent No. 5,169,566 issued December 8, 1992, and entitled 'Engineered Cementitious Contaminant Barriers and Their Method of Manufacture.'

Field of Use
The term 'Products' shall mean only those Food Packages which incorporate in whole or in part any portion of the Technology and which are used or sold in the Field of Use. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the parties agree that the following items shall not be within the scope of the definition of 'Products' or otherwise available for licensing under this Agreement sealed containers for the long- term storage of liquids whether for single or multiple portions (e.g., soft drink cans, milk cartons, sealed juice or drink containers), or boxes or sealed containers for the long term storage of single or multiple servings of foods (e.g., dry cereals, egg cartons, and meat and deli trays) – the right to license such items has been retained by EKI.

IPSCIO Record ID: 192

License Grant
The Licensor grants to Canadian Licensee an exclusive, worldwide License to manufacture and have manufactured, to market and have marketed, to sell and have sold, and to distribute the Licensed Technology and any Licensed Product in the territory, with right of assignment or sublicense for distribution with use of the Licensed Technology including, without limitation, spin labels for carbonated and non-carbonated beverage containers as well as spin labels for bottled water containers, through December 31, 2014.
License Property
Licensed Product means any product made, in whole or in part, marketed sold, or distributed by Licensee in any and all channels of distribution with use of the Licensed Technology including, without limitation, spin labels for carbonated and non-carbonated beverage containers as well as spin labels for bottled water containers.

Spinformation® is a licensing company specializing in rotating label technology with specific regard to the packaged goods industry. The rotating label adds 75% more labeling space to a container.

The rotating label is offered in a variety of label technologies such as Pressure Sensitive (PS), Cut & Stack, Roll Fed, Shrink Sleeve and Stretch Sleeve.

Intellectual Property

The unique technology of Spinformation® has been granted 12 United States Patents.

These patents cover every aspect of the labeling industry from Pressure Sensitive,  Roll Fed, Cut & Stack, Shrink and Stretch Sleeve Labels.

5,809,674; 5,884,421; 6,086,697; 6,129,802; 6,212,803; 6,237,269; 6,385,878; 6,402,872; 6,631,578; 6,649,007; 7,087,298; 7,172,668.

IPSCIO Record ID: 259596

License Grant
Pursuant to the Licensing Agreement, the Licensee has the exclusive global distribution rights for the Licensors patented and patent pending technology for the processing of alcoholic beverages. The Licensor has agreed to assist in the installation and maintenance of the nano reactor systems for the Licensee and will receive royalty payments on all net revenues.
License Property
The Licensor has developed, patented, and commercialized proprietary technology that may be used in liquid processing applications including  alcoholic beverage enhancement.
Field of Use
The Licensee is a brand developer and distributor of alcoholic beverages and fluid processing home appliance.
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