Trusted & Proven: Glass Packaging
Glass packaging is in high demand in the food & beverage industry, cosmetics, and in emerging businesses such as the sale & distribution of cannabis products. Group O works with our vendors to provide high-quality glass bottles, jars, and closures for nearly every industry and need.
With its superior strength and product compatibility, glass containers are often a better packaging choice over plastic for a multitude of applications particularly in the personal care, food & beverage, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. It also can go a long way to reaching sustainability goals due to the fact that glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly.
Looking for glass packaging to make your product stand out? Contact our experts today!
Glass Packaging Options
- Glass options have premium look and feel
- Lengthens shelf life of products
- 100% recyclable materials
- Showcases products
- Aesthetically pleasing
- High clarity
- Multiple shapes, sizes and color options
- Laboratory grade glass options
- Ideal for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical use
- Multiple shapes and sizes available
- Heat resistant glass options
- Available with or without lids
- Multiple colors and shapes available
Looking to Customize Your Glass Packaging?
Group O has an experienced design team that can help your glass packaging get noticed. There are multiple options for printing on glass. Want to know more? Contact our packaging team today.
Screen printing on glass
Screen printing, widely applicable and cost-effective, uses enamel and UV-cured inks known for their opacity. UV inks offer more colors. However, multicolor designs can be time-consuming due to separate screens for each color. Graphics are typically printed on the front of the glass, sealed or bonded to a touchscreen. Ink exposure to corrosion is minimal, except at glass edges. It is a method that is proven over time. Contact our packaging team to see if screen printing is the right customization for your glass packaging project.
Digital printing on glass
Digital glass printing is similar to an inkjet printer, requiring a digital art file for printing. It's highly flexible for design changes, unlike screen printing. Modifying digital art is quick, making it ideal for prototyping and faster product launches. However, lighter colors may need multiple layers for opacity, potentially increasing thickness and optical bonding challenges. Digital printing can also print multiple colors simultaneously, unlike the sequential approach of screen printing. Digital printing is Highly durable, long lasting, and resistant to scratching, so it's an excellent choice for a beautiful glass packaging product.