The Ardagh’s 100% recyclable glass bottles will comply with Wollersheim’s goals to preserve the environment
Ardagh Group, Glass – North America, a business unit packaging firm Ardagh Group, has agreed to supply contemporary wine bottles to US-based Wollersheim Winery.
The business unit of Ardagh Group said that the 100% recyclable glass bottles complies with Wollersheim’s goals to preserve the environment.
Wollersheim Winery winemaker Philippe Coquard said: “Wollersheim Winery enjoys working with Ardagh, and we trust them with our business.
“We are proud to support US manufacturing jobs by purchasing glass bottles made in the US to showcase our wine in high-quality, sustainable glass packaging.”
Ardagh to manufacture premium wine bottles for Wollersheim Winery in US
The premium wine bottles for Wollersheim Winery will be manufactures by Ardagh in the US.
Operating 56 metal and glass production facilities in 12 countries, Ardagh Group supplies recyclable metal and glass packaging. It employs over 16,000 people.
Ardagh glass division North American chief commercial officer John T Shaddox said: “As the largest domestic manufacturer of glass bottles for the U.S. wine market, Ardagh is proud to supply bottles to Wollersheim Winery, a leader in the Midwest wine industry.
“Ardagh’s glass packaging meets our customers’ and end consumers’ environmental requirements while contributing to a closed-loop, sustainable supply chain.”
Recently, Ardagh Group said it has designed a new sustainable 500ml glass bottle for the Polish Specjal beer brand, which is produced by the Żywiec Group.
The new environmentally-friendly bottle features a refreshed label design, as well as reflects the local character of the beer.
With a unique shape, the bottle features the printing and engraving of the signature of local brewers and the City’s coat of arms.