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New soya sauce cap from Kornelis

January 26
14:31 2013

Kornelis develops and produces closures and closing concepts for packaging and have released a new pouring cap for soya sauce.

They specialise in customised designs, but the company also provides a wide range of standard closures from 31mm to 110mm for glass and plastic containers.

They have recently developed a flip-top pouring cap for soya sauce which has a tamper evidence feature. For glass jars it includes a snap-on system as well as having an easy, re-sealable opening action.

Kornelis has also developed a 63mm SP400 sprinkle cap with a continuous thread, featuring two flaps with differing sprinkle holes. These come with optional liners for tamper evidence and are suitable for an extensive range of herbs and spices.

After the successful introduction of a new lightweight closures range, Kornelis’s existing E-cap range is also being upgraded. All caps in the range are also available and suitable for in-mould labelling, which provides a great opportunity to communicate with the end consumer.

To get in touch, call +31 (0)5215 12741, fax on +31 (0)521 534643 or visit www.kornelis.nl. You can also visit Kornelis at stand C59 at easyFairs Packaging Innovations 2013, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham.

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