While some flexible packaging manufacturers proffer a standard “menu” of flexible packaging materials, we engineer tailored flexible packaging structures designed specifically for your products.

We’ve dedicated in flexible packaging and our know-how in polymer chemistry and flexible packaging engineering permits us to devise finest, money-making flexible packaging materials. We work with a enormous variety of films, foils, papers, and coating when engineering customized flexible packaging laminations.

A flexible packaging structure classically consists of manifold layers of materials laminated together, with each layer executing a key task in your packaging’s routine and appearance

Each layer offers detailed presentation characteristics, such as :

  • Oxygen, moisture, or light resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • Puncture resistance
  • Tear resistance
  • Rigidity
  • Glossy or matte appearance
  • Opacity or translucency
  • Heat sealability
  • Print receptivity

1. Exterior Layer

  • Gives dimensionally-stable print surface
  • guards the ink
  • guards the barrier layer
  • participates a role in burst strength & tear resistance
  • inserts to overall pouch strength

2. Tie Layer

  • presents another layer of shield for the barrier layer
  • links the outside layer to the barrier layer
  • conceals the color of the barrier layer

3. Barrier layer

  • offers chemical resistance
  • thwarts moisture, light, and oxygen transmission

4. Tie Layer

  • links the barrier layer to the sealant layer film
  • gives protection for the barrier layer

5. Sealant Layer

  • permits the flexible packaging structure to be heat-sealable
  • grants burst strength
  • Seals the product within
  • keeps the barrier layer

Based on your requests (including regulatory, cost, and aesthetic requirements), packaging equipment, product formulation, projected life cycle, and distribution methods, we can custom-engineer and recommend optimal flexible packaging structures for each of your products.