Turnkey Manufacturing

At Jarksing, a wide range of caps and closures are available, including child-resistant closures, disc caps, non-dispensing caps, metal caps and more. Because the caps are bought separately from the bottles, there are more opportunities for customizing your packaging.

Let’s Start with Benefits of Jarsking Turnkey Manufacturing

One company, one phone call, everything is taken care of

Cosmetic packaging design and production in sync

High-level quality for your branded packaging

Auto-production to ensure your efficiency

FREE molding advice to save your cost

100% customization available and NDA available

Next You’ll Find Confidence in Every Step

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The materials used to make glass include approximately 70% sand along with a specific mixture of soda ash, limestone and other natural substances – depending on what properties are desired in the batch.

Our Advantages:

Automatic ingredients transfer & accurate Pantone color compounding

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The batch mixture heads to the furnace. The furnace is heated by gas and electricity to about 1600 degrees Celsius to create molten glass. Jarsking plants have multiple furnaces to support glass making.

Our Advantages:

100% clean energy

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Our Advantages:

5 forming automatic lines in factory

1. Blow and Blow Process – compressed air is used to form the gob into a parison, which establishes the neck finish and gives the gob a uniform shape. The parison is then flipped to the other side of the machine, and air is used to blow it into its desired shape.

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2. Press and Blow Process- a plunger is inserted first, air then follows to form the gob into a parison.

At one point this process was typically used for wide mouth containers, but with the addition of a Vacuum Assist Process, it can now be utilized for narrow mouth applications as well.

Strength and distribution is at its best in this method of glass formation and has allowed us to “lightweight” common items such as cosmetic bottles to conserve energy.

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The annealing process reheats the bottle and is then gradually cooled to release stress and strengthen the glass. Glass bottles are heated to about 565 degrees Celsius and then cooled slowly to 150 degrees Celsius.

Our Advantages:

100% automatic annealing and partition

- Secondary Processes -

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Our Advantages:

100% automatic annealing and partition

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Our Advantages:

100 automatic silk printing machines; 32 spray printing lines

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Our Advantages:

Cleanroom protection equipment in packaging

Technology Points Only in Jarsking

Boost efficiency with fast issue resolution

Boost efficiency with fast issue resolution

Increase efficiency by isolating and resolving the root cause of damage, breakage and performance loss caused by impact and pressure on bottles.

减少冲击和冲击造成的破损Reduce breakage from shock and impact

Reduce breakage from shock and impact

Understanding root cause of shocks in production, measured in inches per second, enables fillers to improve line efficiency and reduce bottle damage.

Test bottle specification

Test bottle specification

Accurate design testing not only shortens the design cycle, but also provides the agility and data required to optimize both the bottle design and processing variables.

Monitor shipping and intact packing

Monitor shipping and intact packing

Thin film packaging in plant, paper board and bottle upside down to stay away from dust…enable optimization of the entire transportation process.

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