FH Packaging understands the stress of finding reliable vendors for your brand’s packaging needs. This is why the company has joined the Raptor Packaging Marketplace as a vendor initially offering an extensive range of droppers uniquely suited for cannabis and CBD products, pharmaceuticals, beauty, and more.
A Dropper for Every Bottle
Currently offering their extensive range of pipette droppers with bulbs on the Raptor Marketplace, FH Packaging has the options to complete your pack. Available in a wide range of neck finishes, lengths, and dropper volumes, these pipette droppers pair perfectly with glass and plastic bottles, Boston rounds, and more.
Details Make it the Dropper for Any Product
There is a pipette dropper available for almost every product or brand. They are available in various colors, like classic white or black, as well as bold options like shiny red and a fun cow print.
The pipettes come in plastic or glass with the option of marked graduated pipettes for precise measurements or plain.
Medical Grade Glass Printing
Brands with sensitive and volatile formulas can choose FH Packaging’s medical grade printing. The benefit of this new ink is it uses a printing method called “permeation.” Whereas black ink is done via silk screen printing which can “react” with certain products, FH Packaging’s new permeated ink has been lab-tested & has been proven to be non-reactive.
The medical grade ink and lead-free pipette can hold up to the most corrosive solutions.
Child Resistant Caps
The collection of pipette droppers feature child resistant caps to ensure safety. They require two separate motions to open, making it challenging for children to open while remaining senior-friendly.
FH packaging is a full service packaging company and manufacturing facility. Check out their storefront to see what items are available directly, with the option of seamlessly ordering from multiple manufacturers in one shopping cart.
Interested in sourcing products directly from the manufacturer? Or leaving packaging distributors behind and becoming a Raptor Marketplace vendor? Contact Raptor today to learn how.
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