Our Convenience Vial Filling Capabilities
- Filling with up to 30 tablets, caplets, capsules or gel caps
- Integrated capping with child-resistant closures
- Convenience vial Labelling
- Backer card and plastic blister application
With over a century of advanced packaging expertise, Jones has what you need to keep your business moving forward.
Consumer convenience continues to influence packaging as more consumers turn to smaller products that can be easily stored in travel bags, purses or even gym bags. If your brand needs to address this important trend and gain traction in a growing market, plastic convenience vials — also known as travel vials or purse packs — are a unique and differentiated packaging option.
Our convenience vial filling services are provided by a dedicated Packaging Services business unit.
With 98% on-time and in-full delivery, we can manage immediate demand fluctuations of up to 33%.
Our range of equipment and duplicate assets allow us to fast-track changes, from a 28-SKU product line redesign in two months to a new sampling program in four weeks.
Our packaging platform is complete with ideation, graphic design and structural development for cartons and labels, primary and secondary packaging services and packaging line consultation to ensure speed to market.
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