Bottles & Jars.
Having gained a good understanding of your requirements, we explore the options with you to find the right container for your brand at a price that works for your business.Get in touch
FROM STANDARD STOCK
Hundreds of bottles and jars to choose from.
Sourcing from standard stock is the quickest and most cost-effective route to market. You'll find a good choice on our product pages - many designs are unique to Rawlings. If you can't see what you want, just ask.See our products
CREATING YOUR OWN
Shape is one of the strongest visual cues for a brand.
If you're planning to buy large quantities of stock, it may be worth investing in a unique container design. We manage the 4-part production process on your behalf, advising on relevant design options and ensuring the technical feasibility of the project.Request a quote
We guide you through a simple 4-part process.
Working together, we help you develop your ideas and capture them in a comprehensive design brief. We then provide you with initial concept visuals and technical specifications for discussion.
- Technical reasons - heading off potential problems during production, filling, labelling or capping that could increase costs
- Sustainability and quality- making the most economical use of glass while ensuring a robust product that's fit for purpose
We can offer a constructive review and may suggest improvements for:
With your input, we develop the chosen concept and finalise the technical drawings, typically using CAD modelling and 3D printing for fast prototyping. At this stage we need to validate the technical specification prior to production.
Once the design is approved and everyone is happy, we organise sample moulds and manufacture a few hundred sample containers.
- Check material quality, embossing and other intrinsic design features
- Test performance on filling lines and other equipment
- Trial proposed decorative techniques, labels and closures
These samples are used to:
The final stage is bulk production. Your production slot is booked, final moulds are delivered and full-scale manufacture commences. A final quality check is made before the finished containers are carefully packed and delivered.