Cepac to offer Arcwise concept for Hernö Gin packaging

18 December 2017 (Last Updated December 19th, 2017 09:13)

UK-based corrugated packaging manufacturer Cepac has been selected to provide Hernö Gin with a new gift pack using its Arcwise packaging range.

Cepac to offer Arcwise concept for Hernö Gin packaging
The Arcwise design team at SCA develops new curved shaped packaging designs. Credit: SCA.

UK-based corrugated packaging manufacturer Cepac has been selected to provide Hernö Gin with a new gift pack using its Arcwise packaging range.

The gift pack will include a bottle of gin and two bottles of premium tonic.

Developed by SCA, the Arcwise technology will provide Hernö Gin with a latest curved shaped packaging design created by the Arcwise team at SCA in close partnership with Cepac and Hernö Gin.

“The design and graphics options, as well as the rigidity and strength properties of the range make it ideal for drinks brands in particular.”

Hernö Gin communications head Maria Åman said: “We take care in crafting our artisanal gin, distilling it in hand-hammered copper stills with hand-selected botanticals and for our gift pack we wanted craftsmanship to match.

“Cepac and the Arcwise range matched our commitment to creativity and innovation, so were the perfect partners for our exclusive range.”

Offering a wide variety of different curved shaped packaging designs, the Arcwise concept provides material-efficient, sustainable and attractive packaging applications that combine a curved shaped design with a rigidity.

Comprising renewable resources, the Cepac material is transported as flat sheets.

Cepac Group sales and marketing director Steve Moss said: “The Arcwise range has been a hit with fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) customers such as Hernö Gin as they look for shelf appeal.

“The design and graphics options, as well as the rigidity and strength properties of the range make it ideal for drinks brands in particular.

“We look forward to working with Hernö Gin as they continue to expand throughout the world.”