ROPP Closure(3 companies)
Roll-on pilfer-proof (ROPP) closures are a type of non-threaded aluminum closure where the threads are formed in the process of applying the closure to a bottle or container by pressure rollers applying mechanical force. Considering switching to a new container, material? If you need a new package or consumable, explore these articles to help guide your next purchase.
Amcor Rigid Packaging
Amcor’s wide range of closures includes: PP flip-top closures for beauty and personal care bottles; custom printed and aluminum closures, overcaps and hoods for spirits, wine and champagne; CapsLidColor printed coffee capsule lidding; LDPE spray mist fitments, orifice reducers, dropper tips and dispensing tips for pharmaceutical applications; threaded ribbed closures for pharmaceutical applications; and many more.
Closure Systems International, Inc.
Closure Systems International offers a full catalog of aluminum, copolymer, PE and PP closures for aluminum bottles, cartons, glass, HDPE and PET bottles in a wide array of diameters and finishes. Closure Systems International designs its closures for a full range of applications and fill processes, serving numerous market segments, from automotive fluids and OTC pharmaceutical to beer, liquid dairy, bottled water and carbonated soft drinks.
Novembal specializes in plastic cap design and injection for packaging beverage, food, home and personal care products. Novembal's line of plastic closures includes plastic closures for carbonated soft drinks, dairy, juices, nectars and teas. Novembal's tethered solutions for screw-type closures offer carbonated soft drinks, water, and sensitive products players the possibility to use existing neck finish. The one-piece 1881 tethered cap for carbonated products helps beverage manufactures achieve sustainability objectives and provide a great consumer experience. Novembal’s 1881 double-cut is easy to open and reclose, provides solid sealing integrity, and is fully recyclable.
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