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Seufert: Secondary transparent packaging
Designed for bottles featuring three concave lenses on a triangular base; the clear packaging allows brands to display products to full effect.
The transparent packaging from Seufert Transparente Verpackungen (STV) can also incorporate low migration inks, carbon neutral printing and sustainable materials.
The eye-catching design features three concave lenses on a triangular base around the bottle or flacon. This delivers the distinctive ‘ogive’ profile that can be transparent, opaque or colored to best showcase the product to the customer. Die cut and easy to assemble without glue, due to an innovative tension-based closing, assembly is highly efficient. STV’s new bottle and flacon packaging can incorporate low migration inks and R-PET materials with up to 85% recycled material, delivering brand owners a genuinely sustainable and attractive packaging solution.
Protected by a European Union (EU) community design registration, the packaging can be produced to each brand owner’s individual specifications. Decoration options include leaving the packaging transparent or introducing opacity or colour, offset and screen printing, embossing and hot foil stamping. Brand owners can choose from a range of materials that include PET, PP, PLA and R-PET film. Carbon neutral printing is an option.
Alongside the innovative tension-based side closing, the packaging features standard closures at the top and bottom, cutting any gluing from the process and making the product and packaging assembly process highly efficient. The bottle or flacon is secured by two PET film inserts at the top and bottom.
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