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Product Packaging Companies and Services

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of product packaging companies and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top product packaging companies with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find product packaging companies that can design, engineer, and provide product packaging services to your companies specifications. Then contact the product packaging companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for suppliers of clip strip product packaging, floating product packaging, bi fold product packaging, or customized product packaging of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Milwaukee, WI

    Jonco Industries, Inc. maintains over 480,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing, warehouse and distribution space. Their expanded space means faster access to raw materials, larger storage capacity for their clients' projects and easier, faster distribution. To ensure cost savings for your company, be sure to take advantage of Jonco’s full array of product packaging and more.

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  • Greeneville, TN

    Valk’s quality policy is “to meet or exceed our customer’s requirements, working together as a team with honesty and integrity.” Valk’s success is a result of their long standing focus upon quality and customer service. As a registered ISO 9001:2008 company, Valk is committed to continually improving, providing its many valued customers with product packaging right when they need it.

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  • Garden Grove, CA

    For outstanding product packaging that stands out from the competition, look to Aaron Thomas Company. We offer an extensive line of packaging services to create a custom solution for you. We explore every packaging option when crafting a custom solution to ensure you receive an efficient and beautiful product. We are AIB inspected and NSF and QAI certified. When quality and accuracy count, turn to Aaron Thomas Company.

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  • Hendersonville, NC

    MARC quality services directly addresses business process inefficiencies & waste by providing technical manufacturing & operational resources to develop, maintain & improve quality & environmental management systems. The first step to improving your business is contacting MARC for more efficient & affordable product packaging. Do it today or visit MARC’s website for more information.

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  • Denver, CO

    Contract packaging of shelf stable food & non-food products. Organic and A.I.B. GMP Certified. Food supplement pouched sets, capsule & tablet blister-form fill, bottling, organic encapsulation, vertical & horizontal flow wrapping, literature wrapping for bulk mail, skin packs, blister, shrink-wrap, bundling, collating, kitting, retail displays, rework, quality inspections & fulfillment.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Food Packaging: All Shapes, Sizes, and Colors

Have you ever looked at your food and realized how much thought goes into the packaging on it? Ok, some wrappers seem really boring and generic but the thought process that goes into food packaging is phenomenal! Without food packaging, food products that are getting shipped could be broken, or rot because they're not refrigerated, and even more specific than that, foods that don't have a natural skin on them, so any processed food, would have no way to get to the consumer. Food packaging can come in a variety... Read More

The Wonders of Shrink Wrap

Almost every item that you can buy at a store comes in some sort of packaging whether it is plastic, cardboard, foam, cloth and many more. Packaging is necessary to show that a product is new, to hold all the contents of a product together, to identify what a product is, to provide a place for a bar code to it does not have to be on a product itself, and for safe traveling purposes. Clothes are even all individually wrapped when shipped to a store and the employees' just... Read More

Colors of the Packaging World

The color of a product's packaging is essential to its success or failure. I really don't know the difference between brands and different varieties of toothpaste or soap. So when I go shopping for toiletries, I usually buy what is cheap or go for something that has orange on the package because orange is my favorite color and the product has a chance to taste like oranges or be orange scented. Colors in food packaging are often associated with flavors. When I was younger, I perceived the different color frosting... Read More

Shrink Wrap Packing

Have you ever been camping and your bag gets wet, soaking all the clothes you packed inside? What about packing for a trip and your suitcase just doesn't provide enough space to fit everything in it? Well there is a packing technique that is similar to shrink wrapping that will reduce space and protect your clothes and other assorted luggage from the elements. Shrink wrap is used by a large variety of companies to package their products. Whether it is food, cosmetics, vehicles or even buildings, shrink wrap can safely... Read More

Product Packaging: The Innovation of Chip Containers

I don't know about you, but when I go to the store, I usually buy the products that I've been buying for years the same brand every time. I know I'm not alone here, humans are creatures of habit. This is why specialty packaging is so important. When you go to the store, let's say you're just going for chips and a soda. If it were me, I always get a bag of ruffles, and a mountain dew. This is where specialty packaging comes into play. Because even though humans... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Product Packaging

Whether a product is intended for retail sale at point of purchase displays, or if it is intended for purchase by another industrial manufacturer that will include it as a component in its own products, no manufactured products leave production without packaging. Consumer electronics, which can often be fragile and sensitive to weather conditions, must be protected during shipment to avoid damage from impact or contact with inhospitable weather conditions. Once placed on shelves in retail centers, packaging serves as a theft inhibitor, especially in the case of small electronics; retailers have embedded anti-theft devices in packaging materials for many years. Processed food, produce and beverages all must be packaged in food packaging. Toys on shelves in retail centers are always carefully packaged, often in blister packaging to allow for examination of the product while still in its packaging. Medications require special pharmaceutical packaging in order to remain safe for human consumption. Office supplies, snacks, sporting equipment and even bulk consumer packaging supplies must all be enclosed in product packaging.

Because of the extensive range of products that require packaging (which includes nearly every product in existence), an equally wide range of packaging products must be available to accommodate them. Packaging is divided into three categories. Primary packaging is material that makes direct contact with a product; it can be a bag, film, bottle, can or any other packaging material. Secondary packaging is designed to group multiple primary packages together or provide extra protection for primary packaging. Cardboard boxes, for example, are commonly used to enclose groups of smaller, packaged materials. Finally, tertiary packaging is used for bulk handling, warehouse storage and shipping. Pallets and large boxes are examples of tertiary packaging. Different varieties of packaging material can be subject to rules, standards and regulations depending on their contents. Packaging produced for medical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage applications are strictly regulated by the FDA, USDA, CE and ISO; product packaging for such applications must be manufactured in a sterile environment. Packaging for other uses can also be subject to regulations. Tertiary packaging like pallets, for example, must be carefully rated for load-bearing capacity; companies must be able to depend on their packaging to transport their products safely.

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Product Packaging – Jonco Industries, Inc.
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Product Packaging – Valk Industries, Inc.
Product Packaging – Valk Industries, Inc.
Product Packaging – Valk Industries, Inc.