Gerresheimer will be presenting design concepts for glass and plastic packaging atLuxePack in Monaco from 21 to 23 October at Stand RC 9. It will exhibit a range of new bottles for the latest fragrances and elegant jars for cosmetics and personal care products. “Our customers want their brands to stand out from the crowd,” said Bernd Stauch, senior sales director – cosmetics, at Gerresheimer. Elegance and lightness are featured in most of the new designs. Other design elements include clear lines and simple forms, transparent color and brilliant glass.
Gerresheimer is currently investing in new, ultra-modern multicolor printing machines at its production plants at Tettau in Germany and Momignies in Belgium to meet customer requirements of complex designs. Momignies is also currently in the process of replacing its flint glass furnace with a more modern, high-performance furnace.
Gerresheimer’s innovative range of glass packaging for fragrances and cosmetics offers convenience coupled with optimum protection. The company’s comprehensive range of creative glass design options makes it one of the leading partners for reputed cosmetics manufacturers and its customizable range of standard products makes it a versatile specialist for the mass market. Moreover, the company has come up with customer packaging design ideas for fragrances, deodorants, skin care products, cosmetics and speciality products.
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