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Gerresheimer maximises its decoration potential

Europe, Benelux, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Germany, Beauty, Personal Care, Cosmetics, Fragrances, Primary Packaging, Bottles, Bottles - Glass, Jars, Pots, Glass, Packaging Decoration, Colouring, Etching, Acid, Etching, Laser, Pad Printing, Tampography, Printing

Gerresheimer’s factories in Tettau (Germany) and Momignies (Belgium) specialize in the industrial production of cosmetic glass and have been supplying notable customers in the cosmetics industry for decades. At both sites, newly created, high-performance “Decoration Centers” use modern techniques to customize sophisticated branded products for the cosmetics market.

From seductive elegance, fresh sportiness, and summery lightness to modern simplicity and cool sensuality; Gerresheimer is renowned for its current creations. They prove time and again that glass is a versatile material, with astonishing potential for a range of designs and accessories.

Decoration is regarded as anything that can be offered to customers as added value, alongside the classic areas such as screen printing, color spraying, acid etching, and pad printing.

“The appeal of a glass bottle or jar depends on its colors, shapes, and effects,” says Oliver Delicourt, whose role of Development Manager makes him responsible for the development of new products. “A wide variety of decorative elements give products their unmistakable brand image.”

With Gerresheimer’s new decoration units, virtually any request can now be met in this regard.

See also

Gerresheimer is investing in a new plant in Skopje, North Macedonia, for medical plastic systems and syringes

Gerresheimer is investing a mid-double-digit million Euro figure in the new plant in the North Macedonian capital of Skopje, an amount that is already included in the company’s medium-term investment plans. Construction is beginning in the first half of 2019, with completion scheduled for the first half of 2020. It is expected that start of production will take place in the second half of 2020.

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