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Shrink wrapping vs sleeve wrapping vs overwrapping: the important differences
Choosing the right kind of wrapping is pivotal in ensuring your product is properly protected.
Contract packing for food
Find out what types of packaging can be used with food, what services we offer and information on regulations and hygiene
A guide to sachet filling
What products are suited to sachet filling? Anything granular or powdered that can be poured and that will flow such as salt, sugar, grain, seeds or spice rubs.
A Guide to Contract Packing
What is contract packing? Contract packing is simply the packing of products to be redistributed. Most of the time contract packers are packing products that will go straight to market. Manufacturers or retailers can outsource the packaging of their products or re work needs to a contract packing company, rather than packing products in house. […]
A Guide to Product Reworking
What is reworking? Reworking is taking packaging or products that have got damaged or been compromised in some way meaning they are not fit for sale, and fixing the problem so that they can be sold.
A Guide to Pouches as your Packaging Choice
Pouches are popular with consumers, lighter and more compact than alternatives and uses up to 35% less material.
A Guide to Shrink Wrapping
Shrink wrapping involves heating plastic so that it shrinks over the product to form a tight film. It is not the same as stretch wrapping.
A Guide to Flow Wrapping (Horizontal Bagging)
What is flow wrapping? When your product is flow wrapped you end up with a similar bag to what is produced by a Vertical Form Fill Seal service.
A Guide to Blister & Clam Packaging
This plastic, transparent packaging is very eye catching on the shelf and offers great protection for delicate products.
A Guide to Vertical Form Fill Seal (Vertical Bagging)
VFFS is an incredibly cost-effective solution that keeps your products fresh.
A Guide to Contract Bottling
Bottling is particularly suitable for products that need extra protection. The colour of the bottle can ensure protection from light damage. Bottles can also do a lot for your brand identity.