Allied International exhibits at Packaging Innovations for third year

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Allied International exhibits at Packaging Innovations for third year

September 21
09:54 2013
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Allied International will be exhibiting at the Packaging Innovations show for the third year running next week

The news comes as the Irish firm announced that it recently worked with Tipperary Crystal to develop gift packaging for a new wine glass collection.

Allied International account director Natasha McNeill said:  “The brief was to develop an elegant gift box to hold six long stem wine glasses.

“The client wanted to move away from the standard rectangular shape box which tends to be the most secure packaging option.  We decided on a round hat box shape, however the real challenge was to develop an insert that would hold the wine glasses securely and also be easy to pack and remove the wine glasses.

“We developed a unique column insert to hold the glasses in place.  When the lid of the box is opened the central column is lifted up to reveal the glasses inside.  We also made some adjustments to the original box shape to maximise shipping efficiencies, such as tapering the base so that it could be stacked and thereby reducing the shipping volume and costs. ”

Tipperary Crystal managing director Robbie Scanlan added: “It is vital that our gift packaging reflects the beauty of the items packed inside.  It is also key that the packaging is secure enough to hold the delicate product in place to avoid damage and breakage.

“We were delighted with the final packaging that was produced by Allied International.  Not only is it elegant, chic and secure but the quality of the box makes it a keep-sake to be used again and again by the customer.  The muted colors of the design and the contrast of the ribbon finish the box making it a perfect gift.”

Allied International creates what it calls “beautiful packaging for luxury goods that are designed and manufactured with care, passion and creativity”.

Allied International will at stand GB30 at Packaging Innovations London, which takes place on 1-2 October.

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