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Burch Bottle - Your leading supplier of glass, plastic and metal packaging.

For more than 40 years, Burch Bottle & Packaging has been offering customers the highest quality products along with friendly and professional service. We offer a vast selection of products online including glass and plastic bottles, jars, closures, tubs and pails for all your manufacturing and packaging needs. We strive to set industry standards in the way we design, manufacture and supply all our packaging components, but most of all we are committed to quality and service to all our customers whether they are home kitchen hobbyists or major food processors.

Looking for a glass jar for pasta sauce? Try out our Economy Round or Mason Jars. Making candles at home? Try the glass Straight Sided Jars. Our glass bottles are the go-to option for BBQ sauces and hot sauces as well as beverages like kombucha tea. Pair all these with a metal or plastic cap that has plenty of color and style options.

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Burch Bottle moving to Queensbury.

Burch Bottle and Packaging is moving to a 75,000 square foot warehouse in Queensbury, out of its 50,000 square foot location in Waterford, N.Y., north of Troy. They also have a facility in Glens Falls. 

“We are moving our business up to Queensbury,” said Michael Alford, the CFO of the company. He said the lease is up on the property in Waterford, and when his company went looking, they found Queensbury and have bought the former Web Graphics building at 428 Corinth Road west of the Northway's Exit 18. Web Graphics closed in September.

Burch sells and ships plastic, metal and glass bottles, bottle caps and other packaging and containers to a variety of companies. "Our customers come from around the world and include industries such as food & beverage, pharmaceutical / health and wellness / personal care and chemical / industrial," their website says. 

He said clients often come to his sales people with a design they have seen in a store and ask if Burch can produce it: “Do you sell this bottle?” they’ll ask.

The company has their own molds and designs for bottles, but they contract with fabricators to make the bottles themselves. 

“We’re strictly a distributor,” he said.

The Queensbury Town Planning Board seemed most concerned with noise at last night’s meeting where Alford ran through the details. 

Alford said the hours of operation for the office are normal business hours. Late nights may occur in the warehouse but inside the building only. Truck traffic will be roughly the same as it had been with Web Graphics, with FedEx and UPS coming between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Even their forklifts have quieter, electric motors, he said.

Street traffic might even be lower as Web Graphics had about three times the 35 employees planned for the warehouse. 

“Everyone here has been really nice,” Alford told the Planning Board last night. His company is asking permission to change the building’s use from the printing operation it was into the warehouse and distribution center.

He told the board his company is looking to become a part of the community. “We’ve used all local contractors.”

For now, they will run the two sites, in Queensbury and Glens Falls. Alford said, they have two years left on the lease in Glens Falls and might consider changes at that point. The property is a 12 acre lot.

Sours: https://foothillsbusinessdaily.com/burch-bottle-moving-to-queensbury/
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Burch Bottle & Packaging Purchases A 76,000-Square-Foot Structure In Queensbury

By Christine Graf
Waterford-based Burch Bottle & Packaging, Inc. has purchased the former Web Graphics building in Queensbury.
The 12-acre property was purchased for $2.5 million and includes a 76,000-square-foot warehouse with five loading docks. It is located at 428 Corinth Road, approximately one mile west of Northway Exit 18 .
According to Burch Bottle vice president George Ide IV, it was the property’s proximity to the Northway that was one of its major selling points.
“We had been looking for a new location for about two years,” said Ide. “We were looking for more space. It’s not an easy thing to find an existing space, and we didn’t want to build. This is a great area—a growing area—with a good shipping lane.”
The company is currently headquartered in a 50,000-square-foot leased facility located on Hudson River Road in Waterford. Burch Bottle has been in business for over 35 years and is a leading supplier of glass and plastic containers and metal packaging components. They distribute products to customers in many industries including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, health and wellness, personal care, and chemical and industrial. The company also offers custom mold design.
Burch Bottle has about 24 employees and plans to hire additional employees after relocating to Queensbury. Renovations of the building are underway, and the company hopes to occupy the space by the end of the year.
“We’re doing substantial upgrades, but it’s basic stuff like carpeting and landscaping—sprucing up the building,” said Ides. “In the future, we may be looking to expand the building or putting up a new building in the back.”
Ide said business has been growing steadily over the past several years but was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is currently dealing with supply chain shortages.
“Different customers have been impacted in different ways, and we had some of our food and beverage customers that haven’t been able to make it,” he said. “Our business is back up, but at the beginning it was rough sailing for everyone.”

Sours: https://www.saratoga.com/saratogabusinessjournal/2020/10/burch-bottle-packaging-purchases-a-76000-square-foot-structure-in-queensbury/
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