Flexible packaging is increasingly popular. Whether for the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, automotive, or other industries, no other packaging option is seeing similar growth. According to the 2019 Flexible Packaging Marketing Assessment, flexible packaging is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.9% by 2023. Advantages to using flexible packaging include barrier properties, convenience, and sustainable materials, with a wide range of styles, shapes, and colors.
The cosmetics industry has seen unprecedented growth in the last decade. Product recognition is key to growing sales. You have the cosmetics everyone wants, so what is the best way to package it? Quite simply, use flexible packaging for cosmetics. … Continue reading
Choosing the best flexible packaging manufacturer can make a big difference to your business’s bottom line. … Continue reading
Online order fulfillment has transformed the world of manufacturing. For manufacturers in the cosmetics, dental, first aid, pharmaceutical, CBD, or automotive aftermarket industries, we know how important it is to keep looking for the most innovative and cost effective kitting and assembly products. The process of kitting and assembly is the placing of products into a kit. That kit is then delivered to the production operation for assembly. It is essential to work with a supplier that can meet your specifications.
One effective packaging solution on the market today is moisture barrier bags, sometimes called Mylar bags, alufoil, or foil bags. They are constructed of low waste materials, which makes them an excellent alternative to traditional packaging.
Flexible packaging has become a popular means of increasing appeal across a wide range of products. Due to polymer additions and different manufacturing methods, flexible packaging has many things going for it. According to the Flexible Packaging Association, “flexible packaging is any package or any part of a package whose shape can be readily changed.” In the next decade, flexible packaging is expected to surge in popularity among a wide range of manufacturers. … Continue reading
Traditionally, packaging for semi-liquid and liquid products is manufactured in a rigid form. While rigid packaging certainly does the job well, it comes with several drawbacks. Rigid packaging tends to be heavy, expensive to produce, and takes up a lot of space. … Continue reading
Often, manufacturers continue to do “what they have always done” without exploring other and potentially more beneficial options. If you haven’t thought about flexible packaging for your products, consider these features.
Rigid packaging has been being replaced by flexible packaging for many years. In fact, studies predict the industry to reach $282.6 billion by 2022. If you are still on the fence about trying flexible packages or pouches for your liquid or semi-liquid product, consider these reasons: … Continue reading
The marketplace is crowded. Grabbing a potential customer’s attention is more complicated than ever. To attract buyers to your product, you need to be able to stand out from your competitors. Flexible packaging offers unique and innovative design options to set your product apart. The following are a few features that can help separate your flexible packaging from the crowd. … Continue reading