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Bericap unveils product innovations and modifications

Plastic closures manufacturer Bericap has unveiled a range of product innovations, which it claims will meet the producers’ expectations of weight-optimized packaging.

The company provides closure solutions for all major PET neck finishes for carbonated soft drinks, mineral water, juices and dairy products.

Bericap Neo 30/17 is a new weight-optimized closure for neck finish PET 30/25 Bericap Neo. The new closure offers better grip, safe tamper evidence and consumer-convenient removal torques.

Bericap HexaLite 29/13 closure has been developed to be used for the light weight neck PET 29/25. It is provided in rounded and straight knurls for shelf differentiation.

The company has launched new SnapCap 26, which is a hinge cap pressed on a light weight PET 26/21 neck. It enables to open the bottle through clipping back the hinged lid by 180°.

Bericap Crystal is a newly designed sports cap with a transparent closure body and colored insert.

The firm is offering 33mm closure for use in cold and cold-aseptic or hot filling applications.

Bericap is also offering a range of closure solutions for all major neck finishes for edible oil, vinegar, soya sauce, ketchup and other spreadable Products.

The new 2-Flow closure has been developed for liquid food products such as edible oil or vinegar.

Bericap’s hinge closures with a dispensing valve can be used for spreadable food products such as ketchup, mayonnaise or chocolate sauce.

Bericap communications and marketing group director Christoph Thünemann said: “In recent years there has been a strong trend to light weight closures which serve the functionable purposes in the field of PET containers, but are difficult and inconvenient to handle by consumers.

“With the latest product innovations and modifications, BERICAP pays more attention on convenience aspects for consumers and differentiation on the shelf.”

Image: Bericap 2-Flow EV 21/20 for edible oil, soya sauce and vinegar. Photo: courtesy of BERICAP.