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Heinz-Glas complements its glass bottle collection with a PET line

In addition to its Wim and Win Care glass bottle collection, Heinz-Glas, together with the mould maker Ganalh, now proposes a PET bottle line (blow moulding injection) whose quality of transparency comes close to glass. The minimum order for this line is of 10,000 pieces.

The range consists of two references: the brand-new Square Bottle, and the Round Bottle. The first, which was first proposed to well-identified customers, is now available as a standard item. The Square Bottle with a glass thickness of 7 mm is available in four sizes: 15, 30, 50, and 70 ml.

The Round Bottle, which is characterized by a thick wall of 3.5 mm comes in three formats, 30, 50 and 100 ml.

The two references in the range can also be solid coloured (all shades), which in this case, makes their recycling more problematic, explained the glassmaker.

Françoise Albasini

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