Back to school as M&H creates PET bottles based on ‘science’ shapes
By Andrew McDougall
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Plastic packager M&H claims to have called upon science to inspire the launch of its new collection of PET bottles created in several different shapes.
The bottles are reminiscent of school science lessons and based on the flask, bottles and test tubes used by chemists.
The range comprises the 300ml Florentine Flask (Ref. 4118), 300ml Erlenmeyer Flask (Ref. 4119) and 250ml Test Tube Bottle/Tottle |(Ref. 4128).
Quadpack states that the bottle shapes are primarily designed for personal care products, but they could also provide a distinctive point of difference in other market sectors such as pet care, automotive and food & beverages.