Silgan Dispensing Partners With Neopac On An Airless Pump on Tube Solution For Active Lifestyles

The Amplify Airless Tube for an active lifestyle

It offers great user friendliness and allows easy, hygienic and controlled dosing – right down to the last detail: the Amplify Airless Tube from Neopac. The cost-effective airless tube developed in full cooperation with Silgan Dispensing Systems completely foregoes metal components. Due to its highly functional, special dispenser and its pumping mechanism, the airless tube can be used up to the last drop – the extremely high emptying rate is over 96 percent. The Amplify Airless Tube will be showcased at PCD in Paris on January 31 and February 1, 2018 (Neopac: Booth F44 / Silgan Dispensing Systems: Booth L20).

The portable, lightweight design of the Amplify Airless Tube also fits perfectly with an active lifestyle. The tube is ergonomic and practical. It also conveys the feeling of highly functional packaging through the pump – especially for cosmetically superior contents. The pump tube increases the value perception of the product and thus strengthens brand loyalty.

The Amplify Airless Tube is suitable for make-up and facial care as well as hair care, men’s care or baby care products. The tubes are available to carry contents in volumes of 15 to 50 ml and with a length of 15 to 160 mm as standard.

Hoffmann Neopac AG

Hoffmann Neopac is a privately-owned company, headquartered in Thun, Switzerland. The company produces high-quality metal and plastic packaging in currently four locations: HOFFMANN tins in Thun and through CMP in Holland; Polyfoil® and plastic NEOPAC tubes in Switzerland and Hungary. Its long-standing customers include internationally active pharmaceutical, cosmetics and consumer goods manufacturers in the European and North American markets. The company has recently taken a majority stake in 3D Technopack Ltd, from Mumbai, India, thereby securing its foothold in the Asian market. The company has 950 employees in total and a tube capacity of 950 million tubes.

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