Waterloo Container in the News

Waterloo Container hits the press! 
Learn a little more about Waterloo Container, the products we represent and our vast industry knowledge by checking out what these industry publications are saying!

Top Shelf: A Client’s Perspective

Spirited Magazine features Waterloo Container shrink sleeve process Posted: Feb 01, 2019 Spirited magazine features waterloo container’s shrink sleeve treatment for Adirondack Distilling. “Waterloo container

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Choosing Wine Closures

Grapevine Magazine Features Waterloo Container Posted: May 20, 2019 Choosing a closure is an important part of your brand’s presentation to the world.  Learn about

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Businesses Help Out

Waterloo Container is helping out during the COVID-19 crisis Posted: Mar 31, 2020 Several area businesses are repurposing their mission and equipment to produce hand

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There’s a Closure for That

There’s a Closure for That! Posted: Nov 01, 2020 Waterloo Container’s Marketing Director and Closure Specialist are featured in November 2020 Issue of Grapevine Magazine. 

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Time for Creativity: Wineries scrambling amid glass bottle shortage and climate challenges
Posted: Nov 30, 2021
"Just-in-time is collapsing," Lutz said. "The model can’t work anymore in the short term.”
Glass bottle shortages put pressure on wine and spirits companies ahead of key holiday season
Posted: Nov 23, 2021
Glass bottles are in short supply, putting pressure on winemakers and distillers ahead of the holiday season. International freight delays, labor shortages and higher costs have contributed to supply chain challenges for glass suppliers and their customers. In the short term, consumers may struggle to find their favorite wine and spirits.
A Sandy Chain Reaction: Global Glass Shortage Affecting businesses...
Posted: May 02, 2021
The unprecedented COVID-19 vaccine rollout has sucked up international supplies of sand, a key ingredient in creating the glass vials where vaccines can be stored. As such, vaccine production, along with how the coronavirus and Texas’ deadly winter storms affected supply lines, is creating an unexpected problem for wineries, distilleries and breweries: They can’t get glass bottles as easily as they could before.
There’s a Closure for That
Posted: Nov 01, 2020
"The bottom line is one size does not fit all," said Stebbins. "The bottle finish and contents will ultimately determine what your closure options are. It is important to procure closures from a reputable and knowledgeable vendor who can ensure this compatibility to protect your investment."
Glass Vendors Offer New, Innovative Designs with Stock-like Pricing
Posted: Jun 11, 2020
The convenient crown twist finish is uniquely suited to the “mini” market and allows easy opening for consumers—no corkscrew or opener necessary.
Supply Chain Hums Along Amid Uncertainty
Posted: May 04, 2020
“We’re getting calls from people that have dealt with suppliers that provide Chinese glass and they are not happy and are not getting the glass they’ve asked for,” Waterloo Container marketing director Bobbi Stebbins said.
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