Beatson Clark aiming to make a splash at BrauBeviale

Beatson Clark's stand at BrauBeviale 2015

Leading UK glass manufacturer Beatson Clark will be raising a glass in Germany next week when it returns to Nuremberg for BrauBeviale, the world’s leading exhibition for the beverage production process chain.

With nine halls, 1,128 exhibitors and 37,200 trade visitors from around the world, BrauBeviale is an ideal showcase for Beatson Clark’s innovative packaging concepts, bespoke designs and fresh approach to traditional glass packaging.

The exhibition attracts visitors from across the beer, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks sectors – all markets where Beatson Clark is winning more business thanks to its flexible, high-quality service and its ability to produce bespoke containers at low volumes.

This will be Beatson Clark’s second visit to BrauBeviale, which runs from 8th to 10th November 2016.

On stand number 4a-307 the award-winning company will showcase a range of bespoke and standard bottles, and its glass packaging experts will be on hand to explain how the company can create unique bottle designs for breweries at a greatly reduced cost.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to find out about Beatson Clark’s small volume production runs and its expertise in the latest glass embossing techniques.

Fabio Israel from Bedlam Brewery visited Beatson Clark's stand at BrauBeviale in 2015

“BrauBeviale attracts brewers, drinks producers and packaging companies from all over the world so it’s really important that we have a presence there,” said Charlotte Taylor, Marketing Manager for Beatson Clark.

“We’ll be talking to the brands that want something different to the European standards on the market. As well as showcasing our bespoke and customised standard beer bottles we’ll also have some new designs and product launches to show visitors.

“Last year’s visit to BrauBeviale was a great success; there was a lot of interest in our 500ml ale, which is a popular British ale bottle, in our low volumes and in the wide variety of shapes that can be found in our general sale range.”

Beatson Clark manufactures bottles for many breweries including Robinson’s, Meantime, BrewDog and Brooklyn Brewery in New York. It also designs and manufactures bottles for soft drinks such as STORY Drinks’ range of fruit pressés.

To find out more visit www.braubeviale.de

Notes

  • Beatson Clark specialises in providing glass packaging solutions for niche brands in the food, drink and pharmaceutical markets worldwide. The key to its success has been flexibility, innovation and the high quality of its containers
  • Beatson Clark’s customers are at the core of its business and the company is proud of the long-standing partnerships it has developed thanks to the outstanding level of service it offers. Find out more at www.beatsonclark.co.uk.
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