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Trivium Packaging delivers a uniquely sustainable solution for a distinctive brand

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UPTIME Energy, Inc. is a different kind of energy drink and wanted a sleek, modern look in sustainable, plastic-free packaging to reflect that difference and stand out in the market. Trivium Packaging is happy to have delivered!

The line of energy drinks is packaged in an undeniably cool range of aluminum bottles, available in glossy black and vibrant white. The metal screw-on cap makes a tight seal and can be used over and over again.

It’s not just the bottle that makes a mark, the decoration of the pack helps it stand out. The logo pops in a range of striking colors that fit with the flavors, from bright blue blueberry pomegranate to a happy pink for Raspberry Lemonade.

Aluminum bottles are the ideal solution for a brand that has a mission to protect the environment. Metal is the most recycled material in the world and it recycles forever without losing quality.

UPTIME is a great partner and that’s why Trivium is excited about the company’s new collaboration with Cade Cunningham, the first pick in the 2021 NBA draft.

Contact Trivium Packaging today to learn how your beverage line can turn heads.

See also

Trivium Packaging signs United Nations Global Compact Initiative to support sustainable development goals

Trivium Packaging has committed to the United Nations Global Compact Initiative, the largest corporate responsibility initiative in the world for the development, implementation, and disclosure of responsible corporate policies and practices. By signing onto the initiative, Trivium Packaging is formally aligning its corporate value system with the Ten Principles of the UNGC and its four key themes on human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption.

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  • Modified 19 Aug 2021
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