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The Stoelzle Glass Group consists of six European production sites and three in-house decoration facilities, which manufacture and decorate high-end premium glass containers for the Pharma, Spirits, Perfumery & Cosmetics, and Consumer markets.
The single plants of the Glass Group all adhere to ISO 9001. The Austrian Headquarters as well as the Polish production sites, manufacture according to BRC/IoP standards for food packaging, as well. All plants operate under a centrally controlled production and quality system that provides back-up to the various plants, ensuring constant high-level quality and flexibility.
Suitable closures and caps for all products
The Stoelzle goal is to work with customers to produce innovative packaging solutions for current market trends that meet customer demands, whether it be for light weight glass bottles, or demanding shapes, as well as specific sealing solutions. Being a one-stop-shop, Stoelzle supplies packaging glass which is ready to use including the requested sealing solutions.
Pure taste, less waste - glass measures up to the expectations
Glass consists of 100% pure, natural ingredients. It is inert and does not compromise the precious content. It savours the unlimited flavour and quality of food and drinks. Besides, glass is known as being not only the safest for packaging food and beverage, but it’s also the safest for the environment. Glass can be recycled and reﬁlled an inﬁnite amount of times without losing quality.
Nowadays consumers are aware of the ecological aspects related to packaging materials and think twice when buying goods. Both market and industry have to react and so we experience that many products switch to glass from former alternative materials.