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thanks . . .for considering us for all your plastic packaging requirements. We
are a young aggressive company with over 40 years combined experience in
thermoforming plastic, package design, product design, package assembly, display
assembly and marketing. This unique
blend of practical experience gives our customers a comfort level to consider us
more as a business partner than just a vendor.
The Packaging Cycle
The packaging cycle can be broken down into the
following stages; idea, design, prototype, tooling, production, assembly and
- The idea stage can be a
brand new design for a product or as
simple as matching an existing package.
can also match an existing product for
reproduction. We also use branding and planograms in our initial step of
the packaging cycle.
The design stage takes objectives and criteria from the idea stage and turns it
into a Solid Works or C.A.D. drawing. This stage may be done by you, by us, or frequently by
combining your product understanding with our package expertise.
- The prototype stage takes
approved designs and creates a handful of samples that will allow us to check
product fit, display and shelf/planogram presence. Prototypes are made in the
same material type and gauge as to provide a realistic representation of the
production part. Minor changes made at this stage assure the package performs as
expected and desired.
a unique service that provides a better quality product and experience.
designs and manufactures all tooling in house. What this means for the customer
is proper tooling design with no liability on a third party vendor, which
ensures a precise, on-time product.
produces parts from approved tooling. First article parts
are provided for approval of fit and finish prior to a production run. If
an issue or customer changes arise,
provides in-house debugging and prototype rework of any aspect of the design
and assembly procedure. Upon approval of the customer the final design is then
put into our production line.
then packed in appropriate cartons, shrink wrapped and ship motor freight (or
Best way) on full
pallets for safe arrival at your facility.
Call us today at (630)
906-6895! We are ready
to work with you on new or existing plastic packaging projects.
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