Flexible packaging is increasingly about pouch packaging. That’s because flexible pouches can accommodate a wide variety of products, ship them securely, and display them impressively on store shelves. Pouches offer numerous options for interesting shapes, folds, openings, and closures, as well as printing in a full spectrum of colors, including images and text.
Convenient, Versatile, Recyclable, Lightweight, Cost-Efficient... Flexible Packaging Benefits Too Numerous to Count
Product marketers and package designers have been shifting away from rigid packaging, much of which ends up in landfills. With increasing frequency, they’re opting for flexible packaging, including recyclable pouches and other soft packages. We’re delighted to witness this movement and completely support it.
When developing a new product, one of your early decisions will be how to package it. Packaging is driven primarily by the various properties and requirements of your product.
Numerous flexible pouch options are available today to optimize your product marketing efforts. In Part 1 of this article, we addressed pouch types and gusset styles. Here, Part 2 finishes with pouch seals and closures. There will be a test at the end. Just kidding!
Countless flexible pouch options are available to optimize your product marketing efforts. This two-part article will help you understand the options by describing the various parts of a flexible pouch, what they are called, and what they do. We begin with pouch styles and gussets in Part 1 and finish with pouch seals and closures in Part 2.
In the competitive consumer package goods industry, creative brands want the flexibility to mix and match a variety of flexible packaging materials and features and combine them with crisp digital printing and vibrant colors. Our latest equipment addition, the Hudson Sharp Ares 400- Dual Web Unwind, is an advanced pouch packaging equipment that accepts recycle-ready polyethylene, laminated films, bio-films, and paper-like films. Zippered pouches, resealable closers, side and bottom gusseting and child-resistant packaging are also popular capabilities.
As a leading producer of printed packaging in the Southeastern U.S., Sundance creates eye-catching flexible packages that promote your unique brand and effectively market your products. Flexible packaging can be printed traditionally, on offset presses, when high volumes are needed. And flexible packaging can be printed digitally, on our HP Indigo digital press, when certain other needs must be met. The following five scenarios make digitally printed flexible packaging your perfect choice.
SunDance is a leading producer of printed packaging in the Southeastern U.S., including flexible packaging and child-resistant packaging. Recently, our flexible 4 x 6 stand-up pouch was officially certified as child-resistant by an independent testing facility, meaning that it meets the requirements of the Poison Prevention Packaging Act, (PPPA), as mandated in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 16, Part 1700.20.
Over the past few years, you may have noticed a shift in trends at the grocery store. Pastas once sold in cardboard containers are now in pouch bags, plastic apple sauce cups now compete with squeeze bottles, and large bulky detergent pod containers have been replaced with sleek bags and child- resistant zippers. What is this new style of packaging, and is it here to stay or just a passing trend?
Packaging is the last line of defense to keep children away from potentially dangerous items like pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and household cleaners. That’s why brands from a wide range of industries are turning to child-resistant pouches to protect their product and give parents peace of mind. These pouches also offer many design opportunities, allowing brands to safeguard contents without compromising packaging appeal.