The correct bottle design is as important as the product you fill into the bottle. Brand recognition comes before smelling or tasting the beverage. Understanding all the different hollow glass forming processes and equipment limitations allows our team to design organic shaped premium bottles.
APEGG’s 4 steps to a premium design:
1. Innovative ideas
At this stage we will create the premium design concept, looking to bring to life a limited-edition series. Our design team will design based on the beverage and its history a bottle that is unique for this product. We will cover the requirements for labelling, closure, and packaging.
2. Best engineering practices
Once the design has been created, a bottle specification drawing is produced to define measurable features of the bottle, whilst observing the manufacturing limits. Following the bottle specification, the parison layout and mould equipment manufacturing drawings will be developed. In cases that the bottle can not be produced with the standard industry set-up, APEGG will design the required machine parts to enable the production.
3. Computer visualisation
Our design team will create photorealistic images using 3D rendering technology. Creating a product catalogue with 360-degree viewer. Those images, and catalogue with 360-degree viewer will allow the Brand Owner to hit the ground running with the marketing of the product.
4. Bottle production
APEGG define the requirements a glass manufacturer must fulfil to produce such a premium bottle. It is possible that we organise the production at a glass plant and even follow up the whole process of sampling and first production run, including quality review.
If you are looking to stand out with your product and want to push the boundaries of design and manufacture this service is for you.
Working with our team will give you a product that is unique and you can be sure that the bottle can be manufactured.
Knowing from the beginning how the bottle will be manufactured allows the Brand Owner to understand and manage the packaging costs.