Frequently Asked Questions

Where is GreenWay Containers located?

We are a family business located in a small town in Oregon, USA, and established in 2017.

Do you ship internationally?

Yes, we ship all over the world.  International shipping rates are given at check-out.  Keep in mind that our prices might be listed in US Dollars.

Can I try samples first?

Sure!  You can try up to 5 samples free if you cover the shipping cost.  If you need a few more than that, we can offer you wholesale pricing for additional samples.  Please contact us with your location and what you'd like in your custom sample pack.

Can you make custom sizes?

Absolutely.  We can make any size cylinder-shaped tube in any color, with or without custom printing.  Just ask!

Can you print directly onto the tubes?

Yes!  The minimum quantity for custom printing or custom sizes is 100 pieces, but prices become economical for most businesses at around 250 pieces per design.  However, we are happy to provide quotes for any quantity.  Lead time is about 4 weeks for all custom containers.  Please provide the required information on our "Contact Us" page for quotes.

Do you have filling trays?

Sadly, no.  The outside of the tubes are uncoated paper, and a conventional filling tray would soil the outer edge of the tube during the pour-and-scrape method used with filling trays designed for plastic tubes.  We are working on a solution to this, and if you have any ideas, please let us know!

Until then, we recommend filling lip balm tubes with reusable glass droppers/pipettes, and larger tubes with small beakers or measuring cups.

How do you measure the volume of the containers?

Volumes are measured with fluid ounces and fluid mL.  We measure the volumes by filling the tubes with water on a small scale.  Keep in mind that your cosmetic product might weigh more or less than the fluid volume listed for the containers.

Can I use these containers for my water-based cream/lotion?

Our paperboard containers are not recommended for any products containing water.  Since the containers are not airtight, the water will slowly evaporate, drying out the product.  The containers are designed for oil-based products and powders.