Flexible Packaging Is Growing In Popularity
Flexible packaging for food products and consumer packaged goods has gained popularity over rigid containers like cans, boxes, and bottles. Flexible packaging is more economical and offers reduced production rates and shipping costs. Flexible packaging offers reduced weights and a smaller carbon footprint, making it better for you and better for the environment.
Flexible packaging involves the use of a range of different material, including paper, plastic film, foil, and other combinations. Flexible packaging can be used for bags, envelopes, pouches, wraps and more. Over the past decade, the flexible packaging industry has grown exponentially. Our team has the necessary experience, professional knowledge, and technology to help you create a stand-out product.
Superior Quality Flexible Packaging
Flexible packaging is an innovative and effective form of packaging because it readily changes shape. Depending on the materials used for the product, flexible packaging can be formatted into roll stock, labels, wraps, lidding, shrink sleeves, stretch film, and more. This type of packaging has become industry standard for a range of markets, including Consumer Products, Retail/Food, Industrial, Medical and Pharmaceutical, Institutional Non-Food, Institutional Food, and Retail Non-Food. Flexible packaging is one of the fastest growing segments of the overall packaging industry and is a billion dollar tool.
Flexible packaging makes use of recent innovative advances in technology, paper, aluminum foil, and film all while maintaining lower costs and material consumption. Flexible packaging is truly an industry standard and our team at Adcraft Labels has the best experience and skill to give you the ultimate results. Flexible packaging is printed via rotogravure or with the flexographic printing process. Flexographic printing has many advantages, some of which include its line print quality, less expensive plate costs, fast turn-around, and the fact that it can be used on a wide variety of inks including water-based, solvent-based, and UV curable options.
One extremely popular form of flexible packaging are flexible stand-up pouches, which, according to a industry experts, is one of the fastest growing formats in the food and beverage packaging market. Within the next decade, the U.S. market alone is expected to exceed $10 billion for flexible pouches. In addition to functional, eye-catching designs, flexible packaging tends to be more eco-friendly as it uses less materials and can be sourced from renewable feedstock.
For all of your flexible packaging needs, visit Adcraft Labels for reliable, superior quality service. Our team has the experience and industry knowledge to provide a top quality product. At Adcraft Labels, our customer service is only exceeded by our premier products and flexible packaging. For more information about our flexible packaging and our range of other services, please email us or call 1-800-892-1051.