True Packaging Versatility in Standard or Custom Formats
A Variety of Packaging Materials and Form Factors
We have a wide variety of packaging options available in all different sizes and colors in both HDPE (High-density polyethylene) or PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) as the two main materials used in packaging. HDPE is more cost effective compared to PET based on its strength to density ratio. HDPE is an opaque matte finish while PET provides a translucent and shiny finish.
We have access to both materials in a variety of form factors. We also offer innovative lid design options, which include a vast selection of sizes, shapes, and colors to meet any customer needs.
We are able to offer alternative types of packaging such as biodegradable molded-pulp bottles and metallic/metal based options.
Working with our value packaging supply partners, in 2013, we were the recipient of the Gold Award for Outstanding Package Design from the National Association of Container Distributors.
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
Polyethylene Terephthalate is a strong, lightweight plastic resin and form of polyester that closely resembles glass in clarity and takes colorants well. PET is commonly used in food packaging due to its strong barrier properties against water vapor, dilute acids, gases, oils and alcohols. PET is also shatter-resistant, slightly flexible and easy to recycle.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
High Density Polyethylene is a rigid, tough and strong resin of natural milky color. HDPE has very good stress crack resistance as well as high impact and melt strength. HDPE is appropriate for personal care, beverages, food and chemicals. It lends itself particularly well to blow molding.