With no shape of its own, a flexible package can adapt readily to its contents then compress easily when it’s time to recycle, sending less to the landfill. Flexible packaging materials are used to create a barrier between your product and the environment —to preserve freshness and block excess moisture, light and oxygen, which can affect the quality of food or medication.
Flexible packaging means using fewer resources to manufacture (including energy) and creating less waste. In addition, lightweight flexible packaging improves transportation efficiency, reducing fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Manufacturing process and materials
Extrusion to conversion
Multiple clean rooms – to Class 100
½” to 82” W; 1.5 – 10 mil thickness
PE, PP, Tyvek, nylons
Barrier films – MVTR, oxygen, biohazard
Static control materials
Bubble, foam and foil
Applications and capabilities
Custom bags for the medical, electronic and consumer product markets
Protective packaging – antistat and barrier properties