Graham's plastic bottles and containers make shipping a breeze, expanding your e-commerce market potential.
As people everywhere begin to settle into a new normal and learn to live with the reality of COVID-19, social distancing has pushed consumers to shop differently. One of the biggest changes has been the movement to online shopping. As consumers look to online marketplaces more and more to purchase their everyday essentials, your brand needs innovative packaging solutions to support these new delivery methods.
Consumers expect items to arrive quickly, affordably and intact. Our plastic packaging options can help you meet these goals. Graham offers lightweight, sustainable solutions that can provide no-spill shipments to consumers. Our bottles eliminate the need for expensive repackaging of products, and thanks to our proprietary, lightweighting technologies like AccuStrength and sustainable glass alternatives like ThermaSet® PET, we can help you ship the lightest packages possible in shatter-resistant packaging.
E-Commerce Laundry Bottle
Our directional pour bottle is the perfect e-commerce solution to liquid laundry detergent containers that traditionally leak during shipping. The spout is integrated into the bottle itself, which not only reduces the container's weight but also allows you to palletize the bottle for easier shipments. The bottle is packaged in such a way that you no longer need an overbox to ship it to consumers.
You'll also save time when shipping your laundry detergent to consumers, since our induction seal cap design seals tight and eliminates the shipping prep step of wrapping plastic bags around the lid. Our e-commerce bottle has been tested to show high performance during shipment and has passed the Amazon.com "ship in its own container" and "enforce overbox" tests.
Save on Freight and Fuel
At Graham, we can lightweight both PET and HDPE packaging to help offset some of the monetary and environmental costs of heavier products. Our lightweighting initiatives include developing new packaging that can replace heavier materials like glass, as well as redesigning existing plastic packaging to significantly reduce its weight without impacting performance.