RPC M&H Plastics reveals new spiral effect packaging

The new bottles feature a series of curves inside the packaging, creating a ridging effect

RPC M&H Plastics has unveiled its new packaging solution to its line-up of products.

The Spiral plastic bottle features a series of ridges inside, which creates a straight line or spiral effect on the exterior.

The effect leaves the outside of the bottle smooth, but the interior is designed to help mix formula, acting similar to a cement mixer.

Samples are available now in 125ml and 250ml tubulars and can order in a minimum order of 10,000.

Today, the brand offers packaging solutions for the personal care markets, health care, food and beverage, and household items.

This includes talc, roll-on, flexible tubes, plastic jars, shower gel and dispensing, and foamer range.

Earlier this year the firm accepted a cash offer of £3.32bn from Apollo Management, giving £7.82 in cash per share.

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