Pilsen, Belgium-The latest innovation from DW Reusables doubles the convenience of the cardboard bottle bridge while reducing waste and emissions.
The growing demand for reusable packaging has driven the development of Bottlebee, a zero-waste reusable bottle bridge.
Traditional cardboard bottle bridges generate a lot of cartons and glass waste, but their convenience ensures that they are still popular when selling four to six beer bottle packages.
DW Reusables has developed a reusable bottle bridge that provides the same convenience while significantly reducing waste and carbon dioxide emissions.
"Bottlebee provides different advantages for different stakeholders. For the end consumer, this is a significantly improved experience because returning empty bottles becomes easier and cleaner. Thanks to the safer grip of the bottles , Retailers will like to reduce broken bottles and confusion, and brands will increase loyalty while maintaining strict control over look and feel.” said Paul Baeyens, CEO of DW Reusables.
Bottlebee is suitable for full bottles, sealed bottles and empty bottles without caps. The secret is that Bottlebee secures the bottle tightly under the top, which is different from the traditional carton version, which is held in place by the cap.
The packaging has a brand identity for the best product visibility at the point of sale, and can be stacked two high. It is also compatible with existing beverage boxes because Bottlebee is placed on the bottle in the box and can be designed into any shape of bottle or box.
But the environmental certificate does not stop there. Bottlebee is very suitable for a circular economy-it can be made from post-consumer materials or recycled plastics-and it will last for years and years before it is fully recycled into a new Bottlebee. In addition, an independent study showed that Bottlebee with reusable glass bottles reduces carbon dioxide by 64% compared to traditional packaging.
"Bottlebee is easy to carry, customers can return empty bottles to the store without having to take out old plastic bags to carry bulk bottles." Continue Bynes. "This avoids additional waste, and it is crucial that when they consider their next purchase, it is a better customer experience."
DW Reusables is a leading supplier of injection molded recyclable packaging. They have four strategic manufacturing bases in Belgium, Poland, Spain and Croatia, and are a global leader in the field of recyclable packaging such as beverage boxes, pallets, pallets and handbags. As an expert in closed-loop systems, DW Reusables helps customers around the world improve their sustainability performance by replacing one-way packaging with durable and fully recyclable packaging options. They provide a wide range of standard products for the beverage industry and focus on customized solutions that require mold development.
More information: https://www.dwreusables.com/press-release/bottlebee-a-reusable-bottlebridge-slashes-waste-and-co2-emissions-from-six-packs/
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