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Plastic Packaging Manufacturers and Companies

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We have plastic packaging that goes unmatched by the competition! We are committed to bringing you products with lasting value in order to keep you coming back to us for all of your needs. Our skilled teams of designers will work with you in order to come up with the perfect type of packaging that will fit your specifications exactly. To learn more visit our website today or email our staff with your questions and concerns!
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Let Conlet Plastics, Inc. take care of all of your plastic packaging needs. We are committed to continuous improvement in terms of our own technology and practices so that are customer can also experience the same improvement in their own operations and interactions. For an extensive list of the services and plastics we offer, visit our website today. We look forward to working with you soon!
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When it comes to plastic packaging we stay on the forefront of technological innovation. We have been providing exceptional customer service for over 40 years and we are dedicated to allowing this tradition to continue. We guarantee that we will bring you high product value at a low competitive price. Visit our website for more information or send a message to one of our customer service representatives today!
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We do plastic packaging and we do it well! We offer rapid prototyping and a quick turnaround time every time. We guarantee superior quality management, turnkey prototype services for your designs and a broad variety of materials to choose from. We have many clamshell and blister packs in stock at a low competitive price for a quick pick up or we will custom design the products you need. For more information, call us today!
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Our unique approach puts us ahead of the competition and we are a precision manufacturer who looks out for your needs. These satisfactory products are durable and there is no obstacle too complex for our team. These high performance plastic packaging solutions are suitable for a full range of environments. Please give one of our representatives a call today!
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Plastic packaging is what we do best! Our plastic packaging doesn't harbor pests or bacteria making them ideal for shipping agricultural and healthcare products. All of our plastic packaging is reusable and will provide years and years of use. We have the knowledge to help you pick out the right kind of plastic packaging that will suit your needs perfectly. For more information visit our website or send us an email today!
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Packateers, Inc. has expanded their product lines to reach a broader customer base including plastic blow-molded cases, custom plastic bags, custom built ATA cases, storage containers, stock and custom cases, material handling trays and POP displays, in addition to the highest quality plastic packaging services available. Packateers, Inc. will bring the solutions you need!
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Plastic Packaging

"Plastic packaging" is an umbrella term that covers all containment or storage units made from polymer resins, or plastics. Plastic packaging is very popular; more than 53% of packaged goods are packaged in plastic. It enjoys this widespread usage for a number of reasons. For one, plastics can be transparent, translucent or opaque and may be produced in any color. This means plastic packaging can serve diverse applications. Notably, clear plastic packaging is perfect for product display and identification. Another reason that plastic packaging is so popular is that it is quite inexpensive to produce. Also, generally speaking, plastics are durable and lightweight. Depending on their properties and how they formed, they may also be textured or smooth and rigid or flexible. They may have virtually any length and width. While plastic packaging can be used in essentially every industry, some of industries in which it is most heavily used include: healthcare, retail and consumer goods, food and beverage, sporting goods, electronics, entertainment and cosmetics.

Plastic packaging procedures can be divided into three major groups: primary packaging, secondary packaging and transit packaging. Primary packaging occurs when an item is wrapped in anticipation of direct contact with the consumer. Primary packaging is applied to retail items, fruit, electronics, cosmetics, OTC medicine and the like. Secondary packaging, on the other hand, refers to the packaging of larger quantities of goods in boxes or cases for delivery and transit packaging. Finally, transit packaging is when bulk products or groups of products are packaged together in large loads for loading, unloading and transport.

Two examples of very common plastic packaging are blister packs and clamshells. To produce plastic packaging such as these, manufacturers use processes including thermoforming, vacuum forming, pressure forming, plastic injection molding and blown film extrusion. Thermoforming is a process that makes plastic forms through heating, stretching and cooling. It begins with the heating of plastic sheets inside either an infrared heater, an electric heater or a natural gas heater. Once they are heated, then are carefully transferred to the form station, where they are stamped or pressed against a mold. At this point, thermoforming splits off, continuing either as vacuum forming or pressure forming. During vacuum forming, a vacuum suctions out all the air in between the mold and the plastic so that they stick firmly to one another. During pressure forming, pressurized air forces the plastic into the mold, where, once again, the plastic adheres to the mold. Either way, once this is done, the thermoforming process continues with the cooling step. Once the plastic cools, it becomes rigid. While these methods are quite similar, pressure packaging is considered more strongly adhered and more reliable than vacuum packaging. However, the removal of air during the vacuum forming process reduces the likelihood of contamination, a fact that can both increase the shelf-life of some food products and create a more sterile environment for medical applications. Plastic injection molding, which can be performed using thermoplastics, thermosetting polymers or elastomers, is a process in which molten plastic material is injected into a cool mold. Once the plastic has taken on the mold's shape and has cooled, it can be ejected. Finally, during blown film extrusion, a tube of molten polymer is fed through a die and then inflated several times its original size, in order to create a film bubble. This method is used to create shrink wrap.

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