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Take to the air with Nampak’s Bottle Wars

By Anthony Clark
Posted 28 November 2012

Nampak Plastics has launched an online game featuring its Infini milk bottle. The top scorer will win a “once in a lifetime” helicopter trip.

According to the company, the Bootle Wars game mimics a recent experiment aimed at proving that its Infini milk bottle is stronger than competitor designs. Players have to try and save as many Infini bottles as they can as they are dropped from a virtual height of 300 feet.

Eric Collins, managing director of Nampak Plastics, said: “If supermarkets don’t want to risk their customers suffering spilt milk in their car boots on the way home, or having a split bottle in the fridge or kitchen table, then Infini is the only sensible long-term choice.”

You can test your bottle-catching skills here.


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