Premium, convenient and sustainable packaging options for your beverage product.
Our aluminium beverage bottles are made to stand out on the shelf. We’ll help you print eye-catching graphics that capture consumer attention – both in terms of your product’s aesthetic and its sustainability. Portable and recloseable, our aluminium bottles answer consumer demand for convenient, sustainable packaging that fits an on-the go lifestyle. They’re also lightweight and durable, making them ideal for individuals at home or on the move, as well as for entertainment and hospitality venues.
With more than 450 active patents and over 95 international awards, our R&D team consists of collaborative and experienced thought leaders, all poised to partner with you and your team to innovate, develop, test and optimise new products or technologies.
Our aluminium bottles have won numerous awards for their innovative threading, their eye-catching shaping and graphics, and their sustainability benefits.
We're constantly developing new offerings and would love to partner with you to shape the future of beverage packaging.
Products that marketed their sustainability grew 7.1x faster than traditionally marketed products.
Source: NYU Stern CSB Sustainable Market Share Index 2020
2021 Buying Green report conducted by the Boston Consulting Group (n=15,000+)
When RainForest Artesian Water was looking for packaging that matched their ecological focus, they turned to Trivium. Together we developed a bottle designed to help eliminate single-use plastics that dominate the bottled water market. The bottle uses 25% recycled aluminium and can be reclosed, refilled and 100% recycled with no plastic components.
Its intricate and eye-catching labeling pays homage to the source of the bottled water, namely the rainforest, while the bottle’s lightweight, reclosable and unbreakable elements appeal to the on-the-go, eco-conscience consumer who wants convenience and sustainability.
The RainForest Artesian Water bottle won a PAC Global Award, an iF Design Award and a Can of the Year Award in 2021.
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