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OMG! It’s M&H Plastics’ Bottles

October 6, 2011

OMG! It’s M&H Plastics’ Bottles

M&H Plastics partnered with CRC Innovations for this new hair care range.
M&H Plastics worked in partnership with CRC Innovations on the launch of its new range OMG!, which comprises a striking collection of hair and styling products, according to the company.

There are three different shampoo variants in 400ml Vogue PET bottles with flip-top caps, four shower gels in 420ml Hooked Shower Gel PCTG bottles, two 100ml PP jars, plus two 200ml tubes. The black packaging features colorful graphics printed in primary hues onto a series of monotone-style faces.
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Alpha Packaging’s ‘Tasty’ PET Bottles Available for Online Sample Ordering

The Clark Oblong bottles are ideal for personal care products, too.

To make it easy for customers to get samples of three of Alpha Packaging’s most popular stock condiment bottles, Alpha has created a Condiment Bottle Sample Pack to order with one click of the mouse, according to the company.

The Condiment Bottle Sample Pack includes a 9oz Aspen Oblong, a 9oz Clark Oblong and a 12oz Clark Oblong. All three bottles feature a 38-400 neck finish, and are made from a 23.8g preform.

All three bottles were designed for condiments, but are also ideal for liquid soaps, hand sanitizers, laundry products and personal care products such as hair gels and aloe, according to the company.
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These new glass bottles are 100% recyclable, according to Lumson.
Lumson’s Eco-Friendly Packaging Project
Eco-friendly cosmetic packaging is now a reachable goal. Lumson and Austrian personal care vendor Ringana have created a way to fully recycle cosmetic airless packaging found in Ringana’s new skin care line, Rifresh. A “circular” recycling method, only possible due to an eco-awareness campaign by Ringana and the technology of the new TAG System of packaging by Lumson, creates a recycling chain that rewards the environment as well as consumers, according to the company.

TAG, which stands for Techno Airless Glass, combines the beauty of a glass bottle with the technical and functional advantages of an airless system, said Lumson. To differentiate one product from the other, the bottles have been screen printed, with lead-free inks, in different pastel colors.

In order to allow the reuse of glass and decorations in a constant recycling circle, and to protect the screen printing from deteriorating during the process, a special extra-strong Ceramic Screen Printing has been used by Lumson to decorate the packaging.
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TricorBraun Packages Winnie the Pooh Baby Care
Winnie the Pooh will be establishing new connections among moms and babies with a recently-launched line of natural, infant toiletries marketed in custom bottles sourced by TricorBraun. A single, 15oz, custom-designed, HDPE, oval bottle with a pinched waist is used for the full line. Closures and pumps feature custom colors to accent the label design.

Disc-type dispensing closures are used on the shampoo while pumps are used for the lotion and wash bottles. In-mold labeling provides a practical and durable means of product identification as well as a distinctive shelf presence, according to the company.

The line includes nine items: baby shampoo, wash and lotion in three fragrances. New Windsor Brands co-branded the Winnie the Pooh line with Daily Renewal, a company it acquired from P&G.
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Qosina/Qosmedix Recognized For Fifth Year on ‘Inc. 500|5000’ List
The editors of Inc. Magazine have included Qosina Corporation, parent company of Qosmedix, on its 2011 “Inc. 500|5000” List, marking the fifth year of recognition for Qosina.

To be eligible for the list, companies must be US-based and independent with four full calendar years of revenue generation. Overall, Qosina has appeared on the list five times.

The company also recently released a YouTube video about its new Essential Hygienic Sampling Supplies.
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