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Coca-Cola Uses the Force of Ardagh’s Shaped Aluminium Bottles For Star Wars Limited Edition

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Coca-Cola Uses the Force of Ardagh’s Shaped Aluminium Bottles For Star Wars Limited Edition

Coca-Cola Uses the Force of Ardagh’s Shaped Aluminium Bottles For Star Wars Limited Edition
December 11
09:35 2017

Coca-Cola has teamed up with Ardagh to create a most eye-catching packaging presentation for its limited edition Star Wars: The Last Jedi Coca-Cola Zero Sugar bottles. Each 25cl  shaped aluminium bottle uses the award winning high definition, high resolution printing expertise of Ardagh’s specialist plant in Beaurepaire, France to feature one of the film’s 6 main characters.

These highly collectable bottles celebrating the second film in the Star Wars sequel trilogy are available from selected retailers in the UK, France and Benelux to coincide with the film’s release in December 2017.

Marc Bettinger, Sales Director Aluminium Packaging, Ardagh Group – Metal Division, commented: “It is an honour for us to be associated with one of the most iconic film franchises over the past half century, and to produce another striking limited edition shaped aluminium bottle for Coca-Cola.”

Ardagh Group is a global leader in glass and metal packaging solutions, producing packaging for most of the world’s leading food, beverage and consumer care brands. It operates 109 facilities in 22 countries, employs approximately 23,500 people and has global sales of approximately Eur €7.7  billion.

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