Packaging Scotland


Glass specialist to showcase products at on-trade drinks exhibition

BEATSON Clark will be attending the annual IMBIBE Live exhibition in London next week for the first time. The glass manufacturer will be heading to Olympia..

June 2019

Selig technology earns technical innovation prize

SELIG has been awarded an Alufoil Trophy in recognition of its GlassFuze technology, which the firm believes is the first induction heat seal to provide a..

June 2019

DRS could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences for glass sector, trade body warns

BRITISH Glass has branded the Scottish Government’s decision to include glass in the nation’s deposit return scheme (DRS) as ‘catastrophic’. The body..

May 2019

20p deposit for Scotland’s bottle return scheme

THE Scottish Government has outlined plans for the nation’s deposit return scheme (DRS), which is set to include aluminium and steel cans, as well as glass..

May 2019

Bespoke glass solution supports Irish food producer’s growth plans

BEATSON Clark has helped an Irish food producer rebrand its glass packaging in a bid to achieve international success. Folláin Preserves, based in County..

April 2019

Ardagh Group unveils new Jameson Irish Whiskey bottle

GLASS manufacturer Ardagh Group has launched a new, lighter bottle for Jameson Irish Whiskey. The new 75cl bottle features a tapered body with curved..

April 2019

Why glass is still a clear winner

By Charlotte Taylor, marketing manager at glass manufacturer Beatson Clark DESPITE competition from other materials, glass continues to hold its own as the..

April 2019

“Distinctive” glass bottle wins top award

A new gin from distiller Whyte & Mackay has been recognised for its bottle design by industry body British Glass. Wildcat Gin was named ‘Design of the..

January 2019

Beatson Clark utilises “first of its kind” VR to train up staff

GLASS manufacturer Beatson Clark is using virtual reality technology to train up new recruits on complex production machines. The company has partnered with..

October 2018

Induction heat sealing of glass jars containing high-fat foodstuffs

Products with high oil/fat content pose special problems when tamper evident seals are applied to their containers – no more so than when these seals are..

October 2018

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