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M&H: INSPIRED BY SCIENCE

January 07
15:23 2013

M&H announces the launch of an exciting new collection of PET bottles created in shapes inspired by science.

These distinctive bottles are reminiscent of school science lessons and based on the flask, bottles and test tubes used by chemists. The range comprises the 300ml Florentine Flask (Ref. 4118), 300ml Erlenmeyer Flask (Ref. 4119) and 250ml Test Tube Bottle/Tottle (Ref. 4128).

Whilst the bottle shapes are ideal for personal care products they could also provide a distinctive point of difference in other market sectors such as pet care, automotive and food & beverages.

M&H now has a portfolio of over 1,200 products plus a full custom moulding service for exclusive designs.  If you would like samples of these new products or a copy of M&H’s 160 page catalogue please email marketing@mhplastics.com

For information on M&H Plastics: Tel: +44 (0) 1502 715518, email marketing@mhplastics.com or visit www.mhplastics.com

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