Nutrition is an essential part of human life, which is why the Expo Milano 2015 world’s fair is taking place under the slogan “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. In the exposition’s Swiss pavilion, decorative sculptures made out of glass packaging are being showcased from 17 June to 12 September 2015 as part of an exhibit by the City and Canton of Zurich and Zurich Tourism. Glass packaging manufacturers Vetropack and O-I have provided 4,000 glass bottles for the display.[more...]
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"VETROPACK GOSTOMEL GLASS factory"
Pure and simple splendour
Henniez has updated its complete range of 1 litre bottles. The flint glass bottles used by the Swiss mineral water provider and produced by Vetropack’s Austrian plant in Kremsmünster now come in a dazzling new design.[more...]
Organic sunflower oil
Vegetable oils are wonderful natural products, which deserve to be packaged in equally fine containers – such as our amber glass bottles from Ukraine, the first cooking oil bottles to be produced by the Vetropack plant in Gostomel.
A new standard model for bottled beer
To guarantee the best possible beer drinking experience, Vetropack has now added a 0.75 litre amber glass bottle to its standard range. The new beer bottle is being produced by Vetropack Straža in Croatia. While it may be based on a standardised model, it still offers a touch of individuality, with customers given a choice between two different mouth designs.
A fresh take on a traditional design
A premium spirit, perfectly packaged – these words could certainly be used to describe Palatín’s top-quality brandy. The amber-coloured distillate is encased in a flint glass bottle made at Vetropack’s Slovakian plant.
Green just got even greener
Rivella, the Swiss national drink, is showing its true colours: the popular “Rivella Grün” is now available – as its name suggests – in a limited edition green bottle rather than its traditional amber one.
Sourced from deep within the mountains
Two innovative new products are joining the range of mineral water bottles lined up on the supermarket shelves. These thirst-quenchers from the Czech Republic and Slovakia are distinguished by their elegance, natural qualities and modern design.