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In this premium category, distinctive glass packaging creates competitive differentiation and sales but puts bottling lines to a constant test.

Premium brands are shifting towards personalized, luxury finishes to build an on-shelf advantage.

Creating a competitive product in the spirits industry often means creating a brand through unique packaging design. This places pressure on in-line inspection and quality testing to ensure that damage caused by scuffing and impact are minimized while product integrity and output are maximized.

Shorten your R&D cycle

Protect valuable product from in-line breakage and lost downtime.

Liquid loss and downtime from glass breakage are major issues on high speed bottling lines, especially when the product is time consuming to produce or in limited supply. Smart in-line sensors provide real-time information on impact and acceleration to help improve line efficiency and reduce losses associated with broken or damaged bottles.

Boost your line efficiency

Luxury finishes are not effective without a proper seal.

An improper seal can have wide spread impacts on product integrity and operations costs. From recall risk and damage to brand perception to leakage during transit and product loss, proper corking and capping is a major factor in line efficiency and calibration. Accurately measuring downward pressure, while limiting the calibration and set up time required increases production availability and yield.

Shorten calibration of capping & seaming