Tapì Group knows how to amaze and surprise with its new cap designs. Both original and unique, they allow premium and super premium beverages to stand out from the crowd. Once again, Vintage Effect will certainly set off a new trend for aluminum caps.
Aluminum is a material widely used to enhance forms and colors. It lends expression to an object, making it appealing and luminous. All this means it’s ideal for the packaging sector and more specifically for closure customization. “We use aluminum in the closure sector to convey qualities such as technology and modernity, along with an elegance of style,” affirms Paolo Boratto, Marketing Manager at Tapì. All this comes together in Tapì Group’s aluminum products, including Starcap, while maintaining long-lasting appeal.
One of a kind
The new entrant on the market for this material is Vintage Effect. The Italian closure manufacturer’s latest innovation joins its family of aluminum caps, offering premium and super premium brands a new choice for capping their products, such as spirits and no-low alcohol drinks in customizable bottles. “Vintage effect is more than a simple finish," Boratto explains. "It’s a unique treatment to replicate natural ageing, making the closure one of a kind.”
There is no doubt that it induces a sense of nostalgia and brings higher quality and value. The Vintage Effect can be applied to Tapì Group’s Starcap line (bar tops) or to SCR Aluminum (screw caps). The finish can be customized in terms of colors, with debossing or embossing on the top and on the side. A closure with Vintage Effect is more than just a cap: it’s a key element for communicating authenticity and gives packaging a retro feel.
In that sense, the new Vintage Effect is set to transform the packaging industry. For many years, the Italian closure manufacturer Tapì Group has been a name associated with new market trends. “As a business, our aim is to be a leader in market trends. And this is the primary driver behind our mission: to develop a culture that values uniqueness, conveyed through our product designs,” concludes Boratto.