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For many businesses around the globe, the COVID19 pandemic has caused havoc and chaos. For SR Packaging, the virus has highlighted the company's ability to adapt quickly with responsive management to the daily-changing situation and proactively respond to customer needs.
How has SRP responded so quickly to this critical global situation?
Understanding the actual needs of your market is one of the most integral factors for good business. It was clear that when COVID19 started taking hold and lockdowns started to be implemented, that what the world needed would be hygiene products. As a well-established manufacturer of cosmetic and personal care packaging, SRP already had the means to help.
The World Health Organization confirmed that personal hygiene was pivotal to prevent the spread of the virus, and it was clear that plastic bottles would be key. Liquid soap and hand sanitizing formulations are both ideally suited to plastic bottles, and SRPs products have already been proven to be perfectly compatible for these liquids.
How has SRP managed to do this?
To ensure that SRPs hygiene bottles would be available, new production lines were opened up especially to work on the manufacture of certain bottles.
Alongside production, the company increased its digital communications to brands and packaging buyers so that the most up-to-date information would be available regarding the products available in stock for immediate delivery. This has ensured that clear, concise and current information has been available for customers to access directly. Packaging buyers that wish to see the latest details can view everything day by day in our calendar delivery updates.
Production safety protocol is already very high in order to meet international safety requirements for packaging, so the safety of staff and the company's output required little to no changes, particularly as SRP has the latest technology in place in its manufacturing floors. And, customer projects that were already in production continued without disruption.
The stock packaging has been sent around the world and our distribution center in New Jersey, USA has an immense stock of products for use with liquid soap and hand sanitizer that's available for immediate distribution across the Americas.
How does SRP stay ahead of its competition?
Every new concept we produce is a challenge. We try to match our new product development process with what we know of our customers' requirements as well as observe real market trends. At the same time, we want to surprise the market with original concepts simply not found elsewhere, so we have to balance what customers want and what they don't yet know they want. That's how our business grows.
We work pro-actively with clients in order to foster positive interactions and drive successful projects and launches. We can take on as much or as little as a company requires.
The packaging sector is very competitive, and everyone is willing to offer a brand new look, whether achieved through shape, decoration, or material. The potential is unlimited and it's not even limited to price any more. Current market needs drive big changes and require constant evolution and improvement. Today's consumers are less loyal to specific brands than consumers of yesteryear, so brands are in constant need of novelty and creativity to reach their target markets.
Markets change quickly, and it's often a challenge to meet the ever-increasingly shorter lead times. Fortunately, SR Packaging's team thrives on challenges.
One of the things that makes SRP unique is its commitment to technology - the company is always looking for new ways to improve equipment and capitalize on the latest techniques. This is an important cornerstone for the company to stay two steps ahead of the industry as it makes the team more aggressive when it comes to pursuing new design concepts and making technological breakthroughs.
Over the years SR Packaging has been responsible for introducing both new decoration techniques to packaging as well as world-first products - for example the PCR Airless bottle which has now been presented as a refillable option too.
What does SRP see in the future of packaging?
The current situation around the globe has highlighted the important role that plastic has to play in society. Single-use plastic is essential in a number of circumstances, particular for the benefit of hygiene. However, it cannot be ignored that there was a major consumer movement against the use of plastic prior to this.
The culmination of both of these events will see more packaging manufacturers find creative ways to use plastic and there will be a lot more requirement for products that incorporate new plastics such as bio-based plastic or PCR resins which allow plastic to be given a second 'life' as a brand new product.
Alongside the movement within the beauty industry for natural, preservative-free formulations, airless packaging options will be become ever more prevalent and cross into new markets.
Technological advancements will open up new opportunities and SR Packaging will be at the forefront to embrace the new advantages that they bring.
ALPINE: The ECO Airless Bottle with an elegant tall figure
ALPINE, the 72 ml ECO Airless Bottle is the tallest figure amongst its siblings. Embracing the benefits of a bag-in-bottle airless system, it stands towering for an elegant and sophisticated product presentation, a perfect fit for green and natural skincare solution.
Airless Shuttle is the PCR refillable packaging for a personalized beauty experience
Airless Shuttle has three recyclable airless cartridges fixated within a reusable dispensing system. This innovation by SR Packaging provides consumers with personalized user experience for the freshly made products. Even better, when products run out, the cartridge is refillable.
ECO Airless Bottle stylized with diamond cuts
DIAMOND, the 50 ml ECO AIRLESS BOTTLE, reference APA-050, is stylized with diamond cuts. The striking look of the bottle adds characters to a product and leaves ample space for branding designs. It is highly praised by skincare brands as it satisfies the latest trends of natural claims and green actions for vast beauty needs.
The 30 ml Eco Airless Bottle, MARU, stands with natural and green brands
The 30 ml Eco Airless Bottle, MARU, has an ordinary look that blends in with many existing product lines with no intrusion. Yet, saving 70% of plastic during packaging production, MARU makes a big difference for those companies seeking green options.
Burly, the new 160 ml PCR Airless Bottle helps sustainable brands to satisfy home supplies
The new PCR Airless Bottle, Burly, is built for delicate skin care products, especially for baby care and organic personal care formulae. With 160 ml capacity, it satisfies daily usage of average home supplies and supports retailer brands’ sustainable identity.
PCR Airless Bottle is the most time-saving and affordable solution
Without changing the authentication of the packaging, simply by replacing the syringe-type inner bottle of a traditional airless packaging with SRP's latest PCR airless bottle, Brands can claim up to 70% use of Post Consumer Recycled material. SRP carries a wide range of stock bottles in different sizes. No tooling is needed. SRP provides samples in 1 week, and production delivery lead-time in 6 weeks.
Look forward to a new year, SRP’s 2020 packaging plan
The team in SR Packaging has fulfilled its 2019 green packaging development and is now heading towards 2020 to continue its sustainable action. Its launch of the world’s first airless pack made of post-consumer recycled resin has stormed the industry and gained attention. Moving forward, the team plans to launch more solutions made of locally recycled plastic.
How is plastic processed for re-use as PCR plastic packaging?
Within the recycling process, SR Packaging occupies a role of optimizing post-consumer recycled resin for plastic packaging production, re-using plastic for beauty products and personal care items. The process of post-consumer recycled resin have been audited and met the required standards for certification under the EuCertPlast Scheme for European Plastic Recyclers.
The Exclusive Packaging Presentation of POLYLAMI for the regional beauty event: Cosme Tech Tokyo 2020
During the 3-day event of Cosme Tech Tokyo, on 21st Jan at 11 am, Mr. Kevin Han, the sales representative of SR Packaging Japan, will give an exclusive 30-minute packaging presentation focusing on POLYLAMI.
AMARI, the streamline, refillable PCR Airless Bottle for gender-neutral skincare solutions
The updated version of PCR Airless Bottle, AMARI, is one of a kind, minimalist packaging design. It is built for gender-neutral skincare solutions as the beauty trend had slowly shifted beyond gender differentiation. More and more companies are providing personal care solutions both for men and women based on specific skin conditions. As of today for many, improving self-esteem by using beauty products is no longer a privilege but a daily routine.
Super Fine Mist Sprayer triggers better user experience
For the beauty and home care markets, the mist sprayer is a proven essential accessory for its provision of easy, light and even product application. By improving upon the design of the mist sprayer's components, SR Packaging has achieved a significant enhancement, resulting in the introduction of its new larger spray angle mist sprayer that continuously generates a super fine mist, meeting the demands of beauty and home care brands.
An added soft-touch for SRP's Squeezable PCR PE Bottle
Soft-touch is a well-known surface spray coating treatment that can be added to plastic components. In order to offer a cost- and production time-effective solution for a soft touch effect, SR Packaging has optimized the co-extrusion blow molding process, to add a thin soft-touch plastic layer on the surface of PE bottles to create its new squeezable PE bottle that benefits from a sensorial tactile feel.
PCR Airless Tube
With the launch of the PCR Airless Bottle, and as part of SR Packaging’s commitment to reducing plastic waste, the PCR Airless Tube is now available for companies to select. The perfect combination of an airless dispensing pump with a super oval, flat-shaped tube made of PCR PE, stands out from other options available on the market.
The focus of this heavy-walled jar collection is to provide a complete packaging solution that has the charismatic, glass-alike, crystal appearance, and at the same time, optimize the possible usage of post-consumer recycled resin for each component, help companies to dedicating a corporate commitment for sustainability.
Scented Printing now available as one of SR Packaging's decoration options
Working with skincare and toiletry companies both abroad and domestically, the Taiwanese firm SR Packaging has added scented printing availability for packaging decoration. With scented printing inks, the aromatic printing decoration delivers a delightful scent of fruity or floral aroma which is triggered by the user’s gentle touch.
The start, the progress, and the future of SR Packaging's sustainable plan
SR Packaging is fully committed to sustainable plastic production by innovating in packaging design. It's not an overnight change, and the company's commitment is far from a marketing campaign. It's a responsibility behind profitable corporate growth, a real cost that is beyond calculation, that needs to be considered.
Compare PCR Packaging options with SR Packaging's Sample Box for review and evaluation purposes
With an abundance of uncoordinated information about sustainable packaging available, companies need more supportive data to accelerate decision processes. SR Packaging is here to help. Its PCR Packaging Sample Box is offered to give a closer look at post-consumer recycled material for packaging applications.
- Jo Webb
- Created 21 Jul 2020
- Modified 31 Aug 2020
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