Many products require packaging that includes special barriers in order to ensure the integrity of the contents. Barriers that control the migration of aggressive chemicals, container distortion, product loss, and odor emission are available in the marketplace, but most require multiple layers or secondary chemical treatments such as fluorination.
CCC’s customers needed bottles made with only one layer for smaller annual quantities and without the added costs or limitations of the alternatives.
CCC searched for a solution through various organizations and ultimately partnered with Barrier Plastics to utilize their Baritainer® product. Working together, we developed special processing and testing techniques to create a bottle that met CCC’s high standards and Always Made Right® commitment.
The result was a monolayer container that is lightweight, recyclable, impact resistant, pliable, and made in just one stage with traditional blow molding equipment.
This innovative product is not only economical but is also safe for a wide range of solvent-based liquids. It even provides flavor and aroma retention and an effective oxygen barrier to support longer shelf-life, which is many times more effective than standard HDPE. Additionally, Baritainer® provides custom barrier protection as the Quoral® additive level can be adjusted to meet a product’s barrier needs.
Dura-Lite family of bottles
Customers have become so accustomed to the dairy square, a versatile bottle used for both dairy and water packaging, because it hasn’t changed much in the past 20 years. CCC’s innovative designers at Studio PKG took it upon themselves to challenge the status quo and have developed the Dura-Lite family of bottles.
Caseless For Dura-Lite
Several customers approached CCC to produce a stackable case less dairy square that would integrate with a tray system, as they found it to be well-suited to their stores’ needs. CCC’s Dura-Lite dairy gallon was designed to have a greater top load strength despite having less gram weight than traditional packaging.
- Marco Borruso
- Company News
- Created 30 Apr 2019
- Modified 27 Apr 2022
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