Fragrance and luxury lifestyle brand Jo Malone London partnered with Quadpack to develop unique wooden caps for its new limited collection.
When there’s a will, there’s a way. The old saying applies perfectly to the collaboration between Quadpack and Shiseido for the Woodacity® cap that dresses the new fragrances ‘L’Eau d’Issey Eau & Magnolia’ and ‘L’Eau d’Issey pour Homme Eau & Cedre’.
Quadpack and Aptar Beauty + Home have jointly developed a refillable lipstick which pushes the boundaries of sustainability and sensory appeal in makeup packaging.
Giorgio Armani has chosen a sustainably-sourced wooden cap made by Quadpack for its latest fragrance innovation. The new refillable Acqua di Giò Eau de Parfum by Giorgio Armani represents a landmark in the brand’s carbon footprint reduction efforts.
Italian cosmetics brand Ophir Milano has chosen Quadpack and Biofarma Group to develop packaging and formula for its new range of sustainable skincare. The brand opted for the Woodacity solo turn cap and the Regula Glass Jar for the collection.
Quadpack celebrates the 20th anniversary of its first global beauty packaging project in wood, a landmark that heralded an era of success stories. Two decades after the first launch that redefined wood for the beauty industry, Quadpack keeps breaking barriers.
Luxury fragrance house Carner has launched its first collection of hair perfume. The new range is an extension of Carner’s best-seller fragrances, inspired by Mediterranean nature. The hair perfumes are offered in 50ml bottles with a wooden cap made by Quadpack Wood.
Woodacity, Quadpack’s collection of full-wood solutions, has expanded its offering with three new fragrance caps. Part of Quadpack’s QLine portfolio, the patented monomaterial caps are available in cylindrical, rectangular and vintage shapes, all with Quadpack’s exclusive friction-fit system that leverages the best of wood’s functional properties.
Smart manufacturing is opening a whole new world of opportunities for Quadpack. After months of pilot tests, the beauty packaging manufacturer and provider is launching its Industry 4.0 project at the Quadpack Wood plant. The wooden components factory now has 63 machines connected by Internet of Things (IoT) devices that will provide real-time data, giving process visibility and efficiency control of the equipment.
Increased manufacturing capabilities are one of Quadpack’s priorities for the next four years. By 2025, the beauty packaging provider aims to lead innovations in airless and sustainable products, offering solutions “in the region, for the region”. With a clear strategy and a roadmap in mind, Quadpack’s Operations team has the mission of strengthening its industrial capacity through ambitious investments that are being globally deployed.
Wood is technically challenging. Quadpack Wood faced the challenges and, after years of research, is launching Woodacity, a patented full-wood solution that matches sustainability with innovation. The first members of the family are three monomaterial caps for fragrance and skincare.
September 2020 is a watershed in the history of Quadpack Wood. This month, the wood components factory based in Torelló, Spain, takes an important step towards carbon neutrality, thanks to a new biomass plant.
Quadpack offers a range of products with wooden caps, which elevates the senses and transforms every skincare routine into a pleasant moment.
A new, elegant fragrance pack is now part of the Quadpack’s range of classic products. Air Line is an all-European line of rectangular fragrance bottles with a sophisticated feeling given by the quality and origin of its components.
From Autumn 2019, Quadpack launches a striking new accessory for its range of bottles and sprays; an attractive wooden collar that creates instant eco-chic. Wooden collars are a relatively easy add-on for disc-top bottles and sprays, rendering perhaps the most common format in the beauty aisles with a premium touch.
A new consciousness is changing the way consumers look at packaging. In the quest for sustainable formats, there is a return to natural materials. Quadpack’s ever-expanding YouWood collection rides this new natural wave in style. YouWood’s attractive wooden caps, lids and cases are crafted at Quadpack’s own manufacturing facilities using ash wood that has been harvested from sustainably managed forests – an asset to any brand.
The market shows a strong consumer-led desire for natural and back-to-basics make-up and skincare products. PCR and biobased PE Tubes with wooden caps are perfect for hand, face and eye creams that are naturally formulated, as the consumer can be assured that the packaging shares common values with the product inside.
It seems like the dark ages when we only talked about ‘creams and colognes’. These days, technology, innovation and a host of cultural and social factors have pushed the textures of beauty and cosmetic products beyond our imagination. Capsules, balms, jellies, scrubs – beauty these days is not just high-tech, it’s also fun and consistently surprising.
Korean brand The SAEM is all about nature. There, it finds inspiration for its products, which focus on natural ingredients and healthy beauty, with an emphasis on ethnic wisdom and a deep respect for the environment. When it developed its new prestige skincare range for men, it wanted the packaging to reflect its ethos, so wood was a natural choice.
Quadpack’s Skincare Division has taken three of its most popular acrylic jars and matched them with gorgeous wooden caps – designed, produced and decorated entirely at Quadpack’s Manufacturing Division in Spain. The result? A versatile range of 50ml jars, quickly adaptable to any brand requirements.
Buying a fragrance is a personal thing; one you experience on multiple levels. The packaging plays a vital part of that experience. Beyond the aesthetic, it can touch all the senses, just like the fragrance inside. With a view to providing an enhanced sensory experience, Quadpack’s Fragrance Division presents The Elemental Collection.
Loewe is known for enduring luxury, blending classic substance with modern aesthetics. Its Loewe Esencia Eau de Parfum fragrance was launched in 1988, yet is continually refreshed, making it relevant and desirable for today’s generation of men. So, too, the latest flanker, which comes in a dramatic black bottle with a stunning wooden cap, created by the master craftsmen at the Quadpack Wood factory in Spain.
The YouWood range recently launched by Quadpack's Make-Up Division has a small but powerful new member: an airtight glass pot. Designed for 24-hour products such as gel eyeliner, lip colour or creamy eye shadow, this attractive 4ml jar boasts some special features.
Tucked away in the St Denis district, La Distillerie de Paris is a boutique distillery run by two brothers. Since 2015, Sébastien and Nicolas Julhès have been creating artisanal gins, vodkas, brandies, aged spirits and whiskeys. Now, they have applied their expertise to launch their very first eau de parfum, exclusively packaged in a bespoke bottle and box by Quadpack.
A new production line has been installed at the Quadpack Plastics injection-moulding plant to manage the increased volume of acrylic jar manufacture. Quadpack’s Manufacturing Division now has a combined production capacity of 170 million items a year, including the Quadpack Wood and Quadpack Impressions facilities.
Giorgio Armani's Acqua di Giò Absolu fragrance for men celebrates the union between fresh water and warm wood. Maintaining the iconic shape of the Acqua di Giò bottle, it is topped by a unique cap made of sustainably-sourced ash wood, made at the Quadpack Wood factory.
Is any packaging material more precious than wood? Its texture, its smell, its finish all touch the senses in a way that reaches you on an emotional level. And when it’s responsibly sourced, it sends a powerful message about sustainability. Now, make-up brands who have such a story to tell can choose from a beautiful new collection of wooden packaging from Quadpack’s Make-Up Division: YouWood.
Perfume is precious and we wear it like jewellery. As such, it should be kept in a precious case. So says La Cristallerie des Parfums. The niche French brand was created in 2015 by Helena Robin and it has found a loyal following in the ultra-luxury market. Now, she is targeting men with a new range, suitably encased in sumptuous packaging. Quadpack helped her fulfil her vision.