R.A Jones, a leader in the aerosol packaging equipment market, shares five ways that brands
can adapt to challenging economic conditions and speed up time to market.
Before an aerosol can reaches a customer’s bathroom or kitchen cabinet, it must go through a rigorous process of conception to production to distribution. From hairspray to whipped cream, disinfectant to bug spray, aerosol products are found in numerous market sectors, ranging in a variety of shapes and sizes. Each can is uniquely designed to match its specific function, causing the nozzle, bottle height and even liquid propellent to change based on the product and industry standards.
However, within these past few years, unique challenges have unfolded in the packaging sector causing aerosol companies to have to adjust their design processes in order to maintain an edge. From supply chain shortages and delayed lead times to sustainable materials becoming a necessary element of packaging design due to increased consumer demand, original equipment manufacturer (OEMs) need to be aware of these issues and have the capability and willingness to adapt.
For brands to set...