Caps
Closures

Caps

Caps are packaging closures used to seal containers in order to preserve the stored product. Packaging closures is an important piece of the total packaging solution. They sometimes also assist in dispensing the product.

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Units Delivered

30k Tonnes

Manufacturing Capacity across India

25+

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Snap-Fit Cap

Snap-Fit Cap

Snap-fit caps are click closures commonly used in medicines, cosmetics, and FMCG products packaging. These are also used in making child-resistant packaging. Made of PP and HDPE plastics, snap-fit caps are food grade and provide an excellent barrier against moisture and external environment. Snap-fit caps are rigid in nature and are recyclable.
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50K Snap-Fit Caps
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Screw Cap

Screw Cap

Screw caps ensure sealing like closure for bottles and containers. Screw caps are threaded caps commonly used as closures for bottles. These have a printable surface and are available in a variety of opening styles. These are made of recyclable material and can be made tamper-proof. Screw cap is a preferred packaging closure in almost all industries.
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50K Screw Caps
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Specifications

Material - PP, HDPE, Aluminium, Tin

Recyclable - Yes

Printing Type - Screen printing, Offset printing

Opening Style - Flip Top, Regular, Pull-up, Push Dispenser, Press Dispenser, Crimson Spout

Customizations - Tamper evidence, Pull-up, Embossing

Applications - Food, Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Cosmetics

Industry - Across all industries

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