A:Free for you if we have in stock, but the freight ( express cost ) is collect or you pay us the cost in advance
2Q:How many your mini order quantity?
A:Our MOQ is 12,000pcs. If we have stock, we can also supply small order. It can meet your brilliant and promotional business very well.
3Q:About Lead Time:
A:15-20days for new mold and new sample. 25-30days for mass production.
4Q:What's your advantages for product?
a.We are manufacturer, so we have competitive price. b. We can control quality and lead time directly. c After-sales service, If there are any quality problems with the product, please take the photos to show all details clearly, we will replace the bad items in next order, and compensate the loss of freight.
5Q: How much does a set of production molds cost (for a custom bottle)?
A: The base cost to produce a mold is roughly US $1600 for a standard bottle. The greater the size and complexity of form, the greater will be the cost to produce the mold.
6Q: Approximately how many bottles would fit in a 40HC?
A: Symmetrical 750ml bottles can fit approximately 24K if they are packed with boxes, or roughly 27K if they are packed in bulk. Irregularly shaped 750ml bottles can usually only fit approximately 22K if they are packed in boxes. Roughly 60K standard 12 oz. beer bottles will fit in a 40HC.
7Q: What are the copyright or patent laws on reproducing a bottle?
A: Bottles shapes can be protected with design patents. It is possible to copy a patented bottle and not violate the patent if the shape and size of the bottle are changed slightly from the existing design. Bottles can also be trade-dressed. This is similar to a trademark, and it means that other companies are prohibited from using the same bottle shape and label style for the same product. However, one could sell a different product in the same shape bottle and not violate applicable trade dress.
8Q: Is there lead or any other harmful chemicals in bottles from china?
The glass itself has no lead or other harmful chemicals. Upon request, We can have the bottles tested at an independent test facility to confirm. The ink used for the labels often has lead and/or chromium to increase the vibrancy of the colors. Since the labels are not on a surface that comes in contact with the food product, there are no regulations prohibiting the use of lead or chromium. And our products have passed FDA testing in the United States.