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New mobile contract bottling service

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DURBAN-based Conceptainer has enhanced its range of specialist packaging services to offer contract bottling of almost any liquid product.

“The company’s investment in new mobile bottling equipment, has extended our specialist packaging and material handling solutions to now include a complete customised bottling service, not limited to quick and efficient filling, capping, weighing and packing,” said Managing Director Ken Mouritzen.

“This facility – which receives bulk liquid from tanks, flow-bin containers and drums – is geared to provide economical and safe bottling of liquids. All procedures are carried out under strict sanitation conditions at our plant and for added convenience, we are also able to transport our 12 m containers to our customers’ premises for onsite filling.”

He said outsourcing liquid bottle filling means companies do not need to invest in specialist equipment and can rely on Conceptainer’s skilled operators and specialist services while they focus on core operations.

The mobile bottling plants are capable of filling bottles from 125 ml to 25 L, with various liquids, including water and sanitisers. The company also supplies contract packaging components, like bottles, sprayers, labelling and packaging materials, specially designed for every project.

Other products in the Conceptainer range include TELLAP pallet-free bulk bags, Marken pouchless label holders, polypropylene bag repair tape, anti-static corrugated polypropylene board and stillage boxes.


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