We can meet your aesthetic and functional product needs through our 3i design process of Inspire, Ignite and Impact. Through concept exploration, engineering development and qualitative and quantitative studies, we can design and manufacture the ideal packaging solution for our customers and end users.
Our Material Science group is actively engaged with our customers to identify unmet needs – be it through product performance or sustainability impact. We are actively involved with industry groups to understand local, federal and international guidance on material specifications and testing. Ranging from a wide variety of solutions including custom virgin polymers, sustainable solutions and additive technologies, we couple the relationship between our supplier base and in-house expertise to create breakthrough material innovations.
Rapid prototyping is an essential part of our design approach. We’ve built an internal, state of the art model shop located within our design studios. This allows for very quick turn of physical models, comps, and immediate collaboration with our model makers. We are also able to set and shift priorities as needed, control costs, and most importantly reduce time to market.
Berry has facilities across the globe dedicated to providing customers unmatched resources when solving product and production challenges, or bring the latest innovation to market. Utilizing our analytical and physical laboratory capabilities, teams of scientists, engineers and specialists can quickly evaluate products and materials for commercialization against current customer’s conditions. With our diverse industry expertise and latest technology, we are staffed and equipped to support our customers through every challenge or development.
News & Insights
Achieving More Together in Beauty Packaging
Image is central to the beauty and cosmetics sector. Whatever the price point, beauty products are about luxury and indulgence. Indeed, in straitened times – and the cost of living is very much in the headlines currently – consumers tend to gravitate to smaller luxuries and away from the big-ticket items, as a means of cheering themselves up. This is the so-called ‘lipstick effect’, which can be traced back to the Great Depression in the US in 1930s, where industrial production halved but cosmetics sales rose.
Berry Launches Reusable Tableware Range for the Foodservice Industry
This initiative is in response to mounting legislative and customer pressures throughout the sector to transform its packaging practices. For example, the Anti-Waste Law for Circular Economy law (AGEC) in France, mandates that restaurants and other establishments with seating for more than 20 guests must offer reusable tableware.
Berry to Showcase Patient-Centric Drug Delivery Solutions at Pharmapack 2024
Berry Global Healthcare, an expert in creating patient-centred package design, will showcase its latest range of standard and bespoke pharmaceutical packaging solutions at Pharmapack 2024. At the event, customers will have the opportunity to explore a variety of products designed to help patients dose better and hear from Berry’s experts about its contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) service for fast-to-market healthcare devices and packaging.
Berry’s Closed-Loop Recycled Paint Container Increases its Awards Tally
Berry Global has received two more prestigious awards for its Closed-Loop Recycled Paint Container, including winning the recyclable packaging innovation award at at the the 2023 Sustainable Packaging News Awards and the Driving the Circular Economy category at the Packaging Europe Sustainability Awards.