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How should I package my product?


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Kinnek Knowledge Team

Options include bottles, cartons, jugs, packaging equipment, filling equipment.

Aug 17, 2016

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Lance Juergensen from Packaging Enterprise, LLC

Without getting to technical without having knowledge of your current bottling setup, products, contaienr sizes, etc. I would like to discuss what your goals are with the company. Now is a time to set that standard to see what level of manual, semi automatic, or full speed automation is required. [phone number], call me anytime. 

Lance , President

Mar 2, 2017

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Pro-Fill Inc from Pro Fill Equipment

 Hello,

We carry  conveyors, labels, capping machines and induction sealer  that will help you for your production needs.
Please call us directly if you have any further questions.
Pro Fill Equipment
http://profillequipment.com/
-Team Pro Fill
Office P#[phone number]

Jan 11, 2017

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Mike Thom from Wholesale Bottles USA

Your packaging is typically what is best for your customer.  Using what is generally expected is readily accepted by a larger audience.  Also, your channel of distribution should be considered.  Selling through supermarkets, big box stores or gift shops require different packaging and marketing strategies. Best to look at your competition and do better.  Remember not to over spend unless warranted.  I have seen over priced items sell in fancy packaging but when the customer determines the product is below par it is short lived.  Hope this helps

Sep 29, 2016

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