Pin Mao's sterile single-use packaging

  • Pin Mao Plastic Industry

Pin Mao, one of Asia's leading producers of packaging for a wide array of sectors, has upgraded its existing single-use line of ampoules and serum bottles. The range has been improved with a number of material and closure options designed to offer firms, particularly those in the pharma space, a wider selection of packaging.

The system, patented by the firm, now comes in more sizes, making it perfect for various products, including hair treatments, skin creams, and more. Sleek, stylish, and thoroughly contemporary, each ampoule features an easy to use and clever snap off top, like many single use products on the market. The trick, however, is that once snapped off, the portion that's normally discarded can be flipped over and screwed to the aperture, meaning the product contained within remains clean and usable for another dose.

Companies can now ensure customers have a clean and simple system for products that often require multiple dosing. Each container can even be decorated to display graduated dosage information for accurate dispensing by the consumer. When used up, the bottles are completely recyclable. Whether sold individually or in treatment packs, Pin Mao's new serum bottles and ampoules ensure better dosing, improved hygiene, and an improved consumer experience.

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Pin Mao Plastic Industry Co., Ltd has been dedicated to cosmetic packaging research and development for a number of years now, and has garnered a reputation for offering an incredible number of standard lines that are easily decorated to create unique packaging concepts. The company has recently released its latest line, the IL series, with a simple, elegant silhouette that can make an excellent addition to existing personal care brand lines or serve as the centrepiece for a new market launch. Featuring an octagonal shape, the IL series is an eye-catching piece.

  • Gratiela Adriana Stefan
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  • Created 14 Oct 2014
  • Modified 27 Aug 2015
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