Then the initial concepts for the container are created, this can be an be an outline sketch, a visual on a screen or a 3D printed bottle. Whatever the customer requires.
Once happy with the specific container design, a full technical specification drawing is created. During this process, Allied’s Production and Quality departments are required to review and approve the feasibility of the design before it progresses.
When the specification drawings have been approved, mould equipment drawings are then created before they are sent to the mould makers. Currently, Allied works with several mould makers in the UK, Europe and Asia.
Once sample moulds have been received, the job is then planned for sampling. This gives Allied the opportunity to ensure that the containers meet both our Production and Quality teams’ standards and that the customer is happy with the bottle produced.
Once thoroughly tested by Allied’s Quality department, the customer is given the opportunity to try the samples down their filling line when they can check functionality.
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Once the equipment has been delivered, thoroughly checked and when we have received authorisation to go into manufacture, Allied then proceeds to bulk production, when each container is thoroughly checked before being palletised and shipped.
“Whatever your inspiration, our team will bring to life an individual piece of glass packaging which reflects your vision exactly.”
Michael Hogley, NPD Director