Ardagh Glass companies at BRAU Beviale , 15-17 November 2006

Date: 15 November 2006
Source: Rockware Glass
Heye Glas GmbH, Rockware Glass, and Huta Szkla ‘Ujscie’ S.A. are three members of the Ardagh Glass group who will be providing plenty of inspiration to visitors at Brau Beviale 2006 ( Hall 3, Stand 319).

On view with their current range of container glass will be new developments and plenty of attractive packaging solutions.

Heye has been providing containers to the beverage industry for over 200 years, and Rockware is nearing its centenary. But this year the emphasis is very much on the future, and how investment in technology and design together with substantial environmental improvements are benefiting customers.

Featured alongside award winning contemporary longneck beer bottles, curvy spirit containers, wine & sparkling wine bottles of various colours (standard green, HT green, masson, feuille-morte, antique green and champagne green) will be some futuristic prototypes that are bound to excite and interest visitors. The stand will display some of the decorative effects produced at the Group’s award winning Brand Enhancement Centre using inks, labels, shapes and special effects to add value and shelf stand-out.

Ardagh is one of Europe’s fastest growing specialist packaging companies.

More information from Rockware Glass, Headlands Lane, Knottingley, West Yorkshire WF11 0HP, Tel: (01977) 674111 Fax: (01977) 635561

600450 Ardagh Glass companies at BRAU Beviale , 15-17 November 2006
Date: 15 November 2006
Source: Rockware Glass

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