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Not sure if paulson has that size or not but give em a call, they make great corks and are fast and responsive

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Paulson is great.  Good people to work with, and I maybe have 1 defective cork in 50,000 units.


We reject bottles fairly regularly, we reject the occasional labels, we reject the occasional shrink sleeves, but the corks? Basically never.

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Tapi is another, although it tough to recommend them at the moment they have been a total shit show the last 4 months or so.  

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thanks for the tips folks , paulson has samples on the way , thanks for the heads up whiskey tango , broken anvil yes we are from northern saskatchewan i ll check them out . thanks again 

kim 

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Do you use a machine to automatically T-top cork the bottles? If so, which one? They seem to be hard to find.

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CCR Engineering.

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On 1/23/2018 at 6:19 PM, whiskeytango said:

Tapi is another, although it tough to recommend them at the moment they have been a total shit show the last 4 months or so.  

I left Tapi due to their VERY poor service and responsiveness.  Will not go back there nor can I recommend them to anyone....Just my experience!!

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On 1/23/2018 at 4:19 PM, whiskeytango said:

Tapi is another, although it tough to recommend them at the moment they have been a total shit show the last 4 months or so.  

 

Can confirm, Tapi has been a shitshow. 

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Paulson has been awesome to work with. Lead times are long right now on corks so plan ahead (6-8 weeks)

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The Paulson gang has some of the best customer service in this industry.  I've experienced Dave helping us out sourcing a product that they don't even offer. That's what above and beyond looks like to me. 

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