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Measom Freer in Perfect Harmony

16 April 2015

Measom Freer is delighted to announce the addition of the stunning new Yin Yang bottle to its portfolio of standard products. 

This bottle is uniquely shaped for high impact shelf appeal with two bottles fitting perfectly together just like yin and yang, making it ideal for duo products.  Manufactured in the UK in natural HDPE with colours available to order and currently stocked in 250ml (Ref 6187) with more sizes to follow, it has a 28mm (28-415) R4 neck size which will fit any of their fine ribbed caps, flip caps, disc caps and lotion pumps. It’s easy to grip shape makes it suitable for a wide range of product sectors and screen printing in one or several colours is available in house to complete the product.

  
Measom Freer & Co Ltd  
+44(0)116 2881588
sales@measomfreer.co.uk

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