Spectra to show versatile standard ranges in London

August 29, 2018

Packaging Solutions

 

Spectra will be showcasing a selection of its extensive standard ranges at Packaging Innovations this year.

 

As more and more brands seek off the shelf solutions for their product packaging, Spectra has built an impressive collection to cater for most requirements.

 

With over 250 standard designs available, with more regularly added, Spectra can provide the perfect alternative to custom moulding with a diverse choice of styles.

 

 

Jonathan Powell, sales director at Spectra, commented: ‘Our standards have been carefully cultivated to provide a breadth of shapes and sizes. Although we continually add new designs to our ranges, we are also constantly bolstering existing families of styles to give customers optimum versatility, hugely beneficial when custom tooling isn't an option.’

 

Available in HDPE, PET and environmentally friendly materials such as PCR and sugarcane based biopolymer, Spectra's standard packs come in an array of capacity options ­– from 30 ml up to 500 ml.

 

A wide cross section of styles will be on display at the London show, including various rounds, ovals and squares along with a number of distinctive miscellaneous designs. Grouped in complementary families in either HDPE or PET, the packs will be on open display for visitors to see at close range.

 

All the standard bottles showcased will also include closures available from Spectra's impressive injection moulded component collection.

Amongst these will be the company's latest addition, the new 24/410 disc top closure, a bore sealed cap available in single or dual colour options.

 

Jonathan added, ‘Variety is a key factor for brands when looking at shapes, sizes and materials and our standard ranges easily satisfy these criteria.’

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