Stunning CÎROC Ignite Bottle Wins British Innovation Award

Last year British Glass launched its first Glass Focus Industry Awards; a new set of industry awards bringing together UK manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers in glass related industries.

The awards are aimed at recognising, rewarding and promoting best practice within the glass and associated industries.   The award categories for 2015 were: Corporate Social Responsibility Marketing Campaign of the Year Innovation Award Apprentice of the Year Outstanding Contribution (Individual) Leadership Excellence Glass Company of the Year Supply Chain Initiative of the YearAt the Glass Focus Conference and British Glass Industry Awards held in Manchester on the twelfth of June, the winners of the various categories were announced and we are proud to say that the Stölzle Glass Group won the Innovation Award for its 1 ¾ Litre Prestige Spirits bottle ‘CÎROC Ignite’.Once more CÎROC relied upon Stölzle’s expertise to create a stunning bottle: the CÎROC Ignite is an illuminated limited edition bottle, predominantly aimed at night clubs.  It was launched in October 2014, exclusively for the UK market.CÎROC Ignite incorporates an LED light in the bottle’s base to ensure maximum visual impact in night clubs.  It enhances the luxury cues of the bottle and further increases CÎROC’s visibility; the stunning illuminating effect being achieved by a spray coat with fluorescent lacquers.  Both production and decoration of a wide range of CÎROC bottles is perfected by Stölzle Flaconnage, Stölzle Glass Group’s British production facility which is based in Knottingley, West Yorkshire.Source: STO MarketingLast year British Glass launched its first Glass Focus Industry Awards; a new set of industry awards bringing together UK manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers in glass related industries.  The awards are aimed at recognising, rewarding and promoting best practice within the glass and associated industries.  

The award categories for 2015 were:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Marketing Campaign of the Year
  • Innovation Award
  • Apprentice of the Year
  • Outstanding Contribution (Individual)
  • Leadership Excellence
  • Glass Company of the Year
  • Supply Chain Initiative of the Year

At the Glass Focus Conference and British Glass Industry Awards held in Manchester on the twelfth of June, the winners of the various categories were announced and we are proud to say that the Stölzle Glass Group won the Innovation Award for its 1 ¾ Litre Prestige Spirits bottle ‘CÎROC Ignite’.

Once more CÎROC relied upon Stölzle’s expertise to create a stunning bottle: the CÎROC Ignite is an illuminated limited edition bottle, predominantly aimed at night clubs.  It was launched in October 2014, exclusively for the UK market.

CÎROC Ignite incorporates an LED light in the bottle’s base to ensure maximum visual impact in night clubs.  It enhances the luxury cues of the bottle and further increases CÎROC’s visibility; the stunning illuminating effect being achieved by a spray coat with fluorescent lacquers.  Both production and decoration of a wide range of CÎROC bottles is perfected by Stölzle Flaconnage, Stölzle Glass Group’s British production facility which is based in Knottingley, West Yorkshire.

Source: STO Marketing

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