Quinn Glass rebrands filling division

The Cheshire site of UK Quinn Glass will now be home to its Cobevco’s bottling operation, which has been rebranded to relaunch its specialist bottling division. Cobevco’s 21,600 sq.m. bottling facility is capable of filling and packaging more than five million litres of wine, beer, cider, spirits and soft drinks per week.

Quinn Glass has re-launched its specialist bottling division in order to satisfy increasing market demand for bulk filling services.
As a producer of container glass products for more than 14 years, Quinn Glass rebranded its bottling arm as ‘Cobevco’. The division will bottle beverages that are bulk imported into the UK and produced domestically on behalf of producers, importers and merchants from all over the world.
The launch of Cobevco further underpins a GB 500 million investment by Quinn Glass in its two purpose-built manufacturing plants in Northern Ireland and Cheshire, UK. The Cheshire site, which provides a fully integrated supply chain solution including glass manufacture, bottling, bonded storage and onward distribution to the UK and Europe, will now be home to Cobevco’s bottling operation.
With five high speed Krones bottling lines, a GEA processing plant, a laboratory manned seven days a week and a trained panel of tasters in-house, Cobevco’s 21,600 sq.m. bottling facility is capable of filling and packaging more than five million litres of wine, beer, cider, spirits and soft drinks per week.
Quinn glass is not a typical glass container manufacturer. The addition of a filling hall and bonded warehouse means customers benefit from considerable cost savings throughout the supply chain because containers can now be made, filled, stored and distributed at one purpose-built site.