[soapcraft] Re: Sourcing packaging for creams and lotions

Hi Joey,

 

I would also love a catalogue emailed to me.

 

Thanks

Marion
 


From: joey.chang@xxxxxxxxxx
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: Sourcing packaging for creams and lotions
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 19:02:15 +1200



Hi Amanda,
I stock a very wide range of packaging, mostly in PET material bottles, jars 
and all sorts of accessories (caps, pumps…etc).
I bring them in from various suppliers from overseas in bulk, so the cost 
should be relatively reasonable.

There is no minimum, you can buy in 1 unit, 100 units or 1000 unit lots to get 
volume discount.
Unfortunately images for the “Packaging” section is not up yet, so if you like 
you can email through to request for a catalogue.
www.scslab.com 
Hope this helps.
Cheers,
Joey

-----Original Message-----
From: soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Liz Brook
Sent: Wednesday, 28 July 2010 4:43 p.m.
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: Sourcing packaging for creams and lotions
Hello Amanda and welcome.
Containers are quite expensive here.  You can try:
Wainhouse Distributors - http://www.wainhousedist.co.nz/products.html they 
have a very limited range of jars and bottles.
Arthur Holmes - http://www.arthurholmes.co.nz/ good range but pricey.
Cospak in East Tamaki have a similar range to Wainhouse but they have a $150 
minimum purchase.
Permier Plastics have a good range, but if it is not a stock item then you 
have to purchase in large quantities.  I think they have a minimum purchase 
too, but can't remember what it is!
Then there are the ingredient suppliers who have a small selective range:
http://www.aromaticsandmore.com/catalog/Containers_and_Packaging-7-1.html
http://www.gonative.co.nz/shop/Packaging.html
http://www.lotusoils.co.nz/CatalogueRetrieve.aspx?CatalogueID=57553
I'm sure there are more . . . . .
If I want anything special or particular I buy from Aussie.
Good luck and I look forward to hearing from you further.
Cheers
Liz


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Amanda" <manda@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 4:29 PM
Subject: [soapcraft] Sourcing packaging for creams and lotions

> Hi everyone,
>
> My name's Amanda and I am mainly into making lotions, creams, balms and 
> playing with M&P soap but I also enjoy learning all about ingredients, 
> skincare recipies and soapmaking even if I don't actually ever make it 
> myself.
>
> I'm a kiwi but have been living in Aussie for the last 9 years, only moved 
> back here a few months ago. I have been trying to find a good supplier for 
> bottles, tottles and jars (for cream & lotion) here in NZ but there 
> doesn't seem to be very much of a selection and it can be a bit pricey. I 
> would really appreciate it if anyone can suggest any good NZ websites or 
> companies that supply cosmetic packaging stuff in low quantities. Or do 
> you prefer to buy from overseas?
>
> Thanks!
>
> -Amanda
>
>
>
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