SUBMIT AN EVENT

PLEASE NOTE: Venue and Organizer fields are required. Incomplete submissions will be removed.

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Popular Packaging Forms in Bottles and Cream Jar

April 15 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bottles and Cream Jar(KEXON) have been a favoured pack format for decades. Bottles in particular are extremely popular in the global cosmetics market accounting for 34% of the market share according to Kexon, demonstrating the popularity of this humble pack type.

Mintel senior global packaging analyst Benjamin Punchard said: “Generally within beauty and personal care you have bottles and jars being your core pack types. If you look across the past five years it doesn’t look like there has been any switch from one to the other in terms of the number of launches. Our Global New Products Database looks at product launches and I do not think that we are seeing brands saying ‘we can stop launching in bottles because everyone has moved to something else such as tubes’.

“That to me is a very interesting thing because we have heard a lot about everything being functional and easy to apply, however if that were the case I think we would see people moving away from bottles and in particular jars, because whilst they look premium, jars are not particularly effective in terms of helping you use the product on-the-go but we are not seeing that. We are still seeing brands launch them.”

Ningbo KeXon Plastic Co., Ltd. is a comprehensive plastic packaging enterprise integrating design, production, and sales. We own a factory (Yuyao KeXon Sprayer Factory), and its plant area is over 6,000 square meters, with more than 20 years of production experience in various types of daily packaging. The company can professionally produce all kinds of foam pumps, plastic caps, daily and medicinal plastic bottles, as well as all kinds of trigger sprayers, lotion pumps, perfume sprayers, cream jar and other products.

Click Trigger Sprayer to learn about more information

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm