Kush Bottles creates new programme for child-resistant packaging systems

29 September 2017 (Last Updated September 29th, 2017 12:03)

Kush Bottles has created a new professional services programme to develop customised child-resistant packaging systems.

Kush Bottles has created a new professional services programme to develop customised child-resistant packaging systems.

As part of the new programme, the company will now deliver a complete range of packaging solutions that include certified child-resistant pop-tops, exit bags and other proprietary products.

Kush Bottles CEO Nicholas Kovacevich said: “When you look at other product categories, you see the importance that unique packaging has to a product’s success.

“The look, feel and functionality of packaging is an integral component of a product and its brand.”

“From the unique Coca-Cola bottle to the new Tide Laundry Detergent Pods, to the famous Tic Tac container, it is packaging that often sets a product apart from its competition, and helps it create a powerful brand and consumer following.”

The company leverages on a combination of in-house CAD drawings and 3D printing to develop custom designs to ensure rapid and cost-effective production.

Kovacevich added: “Packaging is a function of both physical distribution and advertising. The look, feel and functionality of packaging is an integral component of a product and its brand.

“It provides protection to the product from being damaged during its handling; it can create a child-resistant barrier, and it also presents a powerful brand message while acting as a silent salesman.”

The company’s decision to expand its service offering is aimed at preparing for the emergence of larger producer/processors that have the necessary volume to develop new packaging solutions for their products.

Established in 2010, Kush Bottles serves more than 4,000 legally operated medical and adult use dispensaries, growers and producers across North America, South America and Europe.