Meet the designer at Food & Drink Expo

Choosing the right glass containers for your food and drink products is of vital importance. If you’re in the dark or need some inspiration, head over to Beatson Clark’s stand at Food & Drink Expo in Birmingham next month.

The leading glass manufacturer specialises in glass bottles and jars for niche food and drink producers and will be showcasing its products and services at the biennial event at the NEC from 18 to 20 April 2016.

As well as showcasing its extensive general sale range, Beatson Clark will also be offering visitors to stand K150 a free, no-obligation glass packaging design consultation on Wednesday with the company’s in-house designer Dean Arey.

Visitors can call Beatson Clark on 01709 828141 to book an appointment so they can talk through their design ideas with the team and get some free expert advice.

There will also be live demonstrations of the latest software and techniques for sculpting embossing on glass containers on Tuesday.

“Food & Drink Expo is a fantastic event and a great place for us to meet new and existing clients in the food and beverage sector,” said Charlotte Taylor, Marketing Manager at Beatson Clark.

“Having our designers on the stand to advise people is sure to be an added attraction this year, and we hope visitors to our stand will be fascinated to see embossing sculpting in action.”

Food & Drink Expo 2016 is the biggest food and drink show in the UK and is the number one route to the UK food and drink market, helping hundreds of companies to showcase their wares.

The expo is co-located with Farm Shop & Deli Show and attracts buyers and decision makers across the industry, from grocery, wholesale and speciality retail to food service and manufacturing. 

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Find out more about the expo at www.foodanddrinkexpo.co.uk

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.

 

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