Liquibox has gained a silver award from the Flexible Packaging Association for Waterspout, a specialized bag-in-box fill up machine for house and place of job water coolers. This is the corporate’s 8th win since first getting into the yearly Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards pageant in 2014.

Waterspout is described as a extra sustainable selection to inflexible bottles. Greg Gard, VP of R&D at Liquibox, expects Waterspout to disrupt the water supply marketplace. “Now sustainability is part of the Home and Office Delivery (HOD) value proposition,” he stated. “Consumers making a healthy lifestyle choice to drink water can feel good about how it’s packaged.”

Gard’s group designed Waterspout to triumph over the shortfalls of inflexible bottles. Easy-grip handles be offering higher ergonomics. Instead of empty bottle pileups, the Waterspout machine options outer cardboard that may be branded for advertising all over the lifetime of the package deal and recycled after use. Patent-pending Liquibox baggage give protection to the integrity and style profile of the water. Connection to the cooler is extra sterile.

“Waterspout makes life easier, safer and more pleasant for water drinkers,” Gard stated. “HOD brands can give customers the satisfaction that comes from a better user experience, along with gold-standard taste and quality.”

The thought stemmed from the Liquibox R&D group’s consciousness of the fight of allotted water programs all over the world to stay alongside of calls for of enlargement and growing older. They imagine the Waterspout versatile packaging innovation gives a groundbreaking answer for shoppers occupied with secure water packaged in bulk – and for HOD manufacturers short of to promote bulk water via e-commerce and retail channels.

Gard issues out the industry advantages to HOD manufacturers of a extra compact and earth-friendly footprint.  “Waterspout reduces warehouse space and number of trucks on the road. As a one-way package, there’s no longer the need to transport, clean and store empties. More customer loyalty, greater sustainability and bottom-line savings are a winning combination.”

Waterspout received within the class of increasing the usage of versatile packaging.