High-Quality Aluminium Bottle Printing
If you’re in the market for top-quality aluminium bottle printing services, look no further than BlueSky. Our European manufacturing base manufactures and prints aluminium bottles
Lotion pumps are dispensing closures used for dispensing liquids such as soaps etc. They involve a spring mechanism which draws the liquid up a dip-tube and out of the bottle.
We ask for your first order to be paid on a pro-forma basis and we accept payment by card, bank transfer or cheque. Credit account application forms are available on request. Subject to approval of your request for credit, we operate with 30 day credit terms and will agree a credit limit suited to your requirements.
We work very closely with all customers on getting products decorated, whether that be through printing, labelling, embossing and many other options. We don’t hold the equipment in-house but coordinate projects through a strong network of specialists.
At BlueSky, by combining our packaging expertise with our new in-house formulation and manufacturing capabilities, we offer a complete end-to-end product creation service to brand owners. We also have a manufacturing warehouse which conducts re-working to dip-tubes and outer packaging.
Yes you can, please view our terms and conditions here: https://bit.ly/3OtEIIW
Broadly speaking, in the unlikely event of goods being damaged in transport prior to a delivery, you can arrange for them to be sent back and replacements will be issued. If you decide that you don’t want the goods, you can return the goods to us and we will issue a credit/refund on receipt of the goods. A 20% handling and re-stocking charge will be applied.
At BlueSky we have a testing laboratory in which we can get a rough guide as to the compatibility of the package. However, we do recommend that you get professional testing done by a qualified company before you place your order as we do not have the authority to finally pass your product.
We can, and we have! Over the last year we’ve exported to over 25 different countries worldwide so we’re well experienced in this. Just send us the details of where you want the goods and we’ll make arrangements from there.
BlueSky is very clear about what products are manufactured and imported into the UK from the EU.
BlueSky has invested in significant amounts of additional inventory on products from the EU to help cover client demands should there be delays from January 2021.
We have ensured that a) the best incoterms are in place with each of our suppliers b) the forwarders that we use are registered with the HMRC c) the forwarders we use are part of the Approved Operator Scheme (AOS) and have Kent Road Permits to clear customs as quickly as possible.
In most cases yes, but this is a continuous work in progress. As a minimum we request a) Technical Drawing/Specification b) REACH statement c) Food Contact Compliance (where applicable) or Raw Material Material Safety Data Sheet (RM MSDS).
BlueSky already imports from Rest of World (ROW) countries and we have had to include additional financial costs to existing EU imports to create a realistic scenario for 2021. Duty is one factor but there are others such as deferment and other fees that are also included.
BlueSky will safely package, appropriately label and prepare goods for export but the client will be responsible for and need to arrange collection. Our team will ensure that the correct paperwork is completed. The sale of goods will be based on an Ex Works basis.
Due to the ongoing crisis in the Ukraine and its wider humanitarian impact, we recognise the importance of clarifying our supply arrangements. First and foremost, our thoughts are with the Ukranian people at this time.
A risk analysis and response plan is ongoing. We have checked all technical documentation relating to products purchased from eastern europe and none of the materials are from Russia.
Internally we have checked the MSDS, raw material data and product certification relating to each of the products we purchase. the findings are that our partners are not purchasing products from Russia. For certainty, our suppliers are in the process of verifying our internal investigation.
We have Service Level Agreements in place with our supply chain partners in Eastern Europe, and whilst there is always a risk of Force-Majeure (with any products related to oil), we have mitigated this risk as much as we can. We have safety stock levels on standard product lines on site and at manufacturing sites, to ensure continutiy of supply and mitigate risks. We also ensure tat we have secondary supply chain fr everything, further mitigating risk, should Force-Majeure ever be executed.
We do however forecast for disruption to the supply chain and advise that you get in touch with your BlueSky contact about this, and we will endeavour to ensure everything is in place to meet your needs.
During this period of uncertainty we will work together with you, with transparency and foresight, to ensure we deliver what is required with the highest quality service.
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