eBottles, a packaging provider for the cannabis market, has established a partnership with Ed Kilduff, Shane Blomberg, and the GearNeed team to customise the packaging design of its catalogue.

GearNeed, the packaging design team behind child-resistant packaging Pollen Gear, will consult on ‘hyper-custom’ proprietary packaging that will be developed by eBottles and will also assist the company in the branding and design of its existing product lines.

In 2016, the Pollen team launched the HiLine glass jar solution, which is claimed to have bolstered the child-resistant packaging market.

Designed for cosmetic products, HiLine comprises tall, smooth-sided dome closures and rounded base glass jars.

Inspired by Pollen’s aesthetic design, eBottles developed a range of closures that were also smooth-sided and symmetric. 

According to eBottles, the packaging can be manufactured with metallic or wood grain finishes and decorated via screen printing, hot stamping, or heat transfer labels.

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eBottles business development vice-president Kathy Ziegler said: “We are innovative, creative, and we are the company to come to for streamlined packaging solutions.”

The company partners with distributors across North America and with its customers in the region, including 80% of the top ten multistate operators across the US.

By partnering with GearNeed, eBottles will support its customers in building brand innovation and strengthening their respective supply chains.

In March this year, eBottles acquired Greenlane Holdings’ line of concentrate packaging products for undisclosed terms.