Home » Australian Gold Packaging Slated to Earn a 2016 Luxury Packaging Award
TricorBraun’s elegant packaging for the Australian Gold Superior bronzing products has been placed on the short list for an award at the prestigious 2016 Luxury Packaging Awards. The awards will be presented on September 14 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
“It is a distinct honor to be included in this award competition, among the top luxury packages in the world,” said TricorBraun CEO Keith Strope in making the short list announcement.
The Australian Gold Superior packaging is competing in the Cosmetics and Personal Care category. Its unique design gives the Superior line a simple but luxurious look. The tall, clear acrylic shell of the package features a faceted oval bottom that creates a prismatic effect and scatters light up through the clear acrylic as the package moves. The color of the inner polypropylene body that holds the product, topped by a gold pump, shines through the clear shell and overcap to create a distinctive presence.
The Luxury Packaging Awards, held annually in London, recognizes the highest quality and most luxurious packaging of the year. The 2016 awards ceremony will be the third annual celebration.
TricorBraun helps bring customers’ new and existing products to market efficiently as one of the packaging industry’s largest suppliers of glass and plastic containers, closures, dispensers and tubes from over 40 locations throughout North America and internationally from London, England: Guangzhou, China; Hong Kong, and Mumbai, India. The award-winning Design & Engineering Center gives our customers forward-thinking service based on consumer insight, understanding of the markets and creative solutions. In addition, advisory services range from preliminary planning, manufacturing oversight to an array of innovative warehousing and logistics programs
I want to hear from you. Tell me how we can improve.
We take a look at some of the ways the packaging industry is moving forward with sustainability in this issue. We also cover how one company is dealing with the cardboard shortage, and why some cardboard, namely from pizza boxes, may not need to be tossed into the garbage.