Rev up consumer confidence
Drive more sales with innovative plastic packaging for engine oil and other automotive chemicals.
You have high-performance products that deserve high-performance containers. And as the market changes, your products and packaging must meet new requirements to ensure they keep making routine maintenance easier.
We have a long history in the automotive packaging market. In fact, that’s how we got our start more than 50 years ago with converting the metal oil can to a plastic container. Since then, innovation has been our obsession, and we seek to provide our customers with the best plastic containers on the market. Today, we're a global leader in custom blow-molded quart and multi-quart packages.
Interested in our automotive packaging solutions? Get in touch with our experts.
Why Graham Automotive Packaging
Our packaging solutions not only provide superior performance and sustainability benefits, but also come with Graham’s supply chain management expertise. Our creative services team are experts in creating custom container options that are both aesthetically pleasing and high performing. Through innovations such as in-mold labeling (IML) and multilayering, we’re creating cooler, cleaner bottle designs for dirty jobs. Partner with Graham and let us help you make your package stand out.
Sustainable Automotive Packaging
Sustainability is at the forefront when we develop new automotive packaging. We look for ways to lightweight our containers, including our proprietary AccuStrength technology that allows Graham to lightweight your package without sacrificing durability. We also seek to improve a package’s carbon footprint by incorporating higher levels of post-consumer resin (PCR) and ocean-bound plastic into our containers.
bp Castrol® Oil Bottles
British Petroleum trusted our design services with totally redesigning the rigid plastic packaging used for their flagship Castrol® brand. Using our best-in-class expertise and “first iteration design” process, we developed new designs for their multiquart and one-quart oil bottles. The redesigned bottle was thoroughly tested and found to achieve top loads that were 15% heavier while remaining 15% lighter than the previous packaging.