While stand up pouches might not be entirely new to the packaging industry, they’ve revolutionized the packing business in such a way as to justify a significant amount of attention. But despite their success, some manufacturers are still using old packaging approaches hence, missing out on a chance to save tremendous amounts of resources, by using stand up pouches. The pouches are particularly helpful for producers of things such as chemicals, pet foods or foodstuffs like soup. Here’s a list of reasons stand up pouches would be the answer to your packing needs:.
1. Stand up pouches look attractive on store shelves since they provide a whole lot of space for graphics and critical instructional details.
2. The nature of rack up pouches takes very nicely to printing and can act as a virtual billboard for your product when on the shop shelf. They can be printed using any variety of designs and colors – you are only limited by your imagination.
3. Stand up pouches utilize much less material in housing something than more conventional packaging approaches such as a bag-in-a-box, metal, glass, or rigid plastic containers. Consequently, both manufacturers and consumers have less to dispose off.
4. Since they are able to stand on their own, the merchandising alternatives available to your commodity in a stand-up pouch are much more than other products.
5. Stand up pouches are available in a wide range of fashions and with multiple different access techniques, for example, spouts or sliders.
6. Manufactured from vinyl or mixture of plastic and laminates, stand up components provide excellent protection against outside chemical or physical contaminants, and may improve the freshness of products that break down after exposure to oxygen.
7. Stand up pouches can be folded when empty, saving space during storage and shipment, and saving money on freight costs.
8. Extremely simple to use, most consumers seldom have difficulty opening or closing a stand-up pouch, and it is desirable to both merchants and consumers alike.
9. Stand up pouches come in different sizes and shapes. The most common shapes being the round-bottom, the k-seal, and the plow bottom. Whichever you use is dependent on the product and your preference. Your supplier can make recommendations based on your specific needs.
10. Both liquid and dry products can be put in them since they’re manufactured in such a way as to lessen the probability of breaking or leaking.
Finally, stand up pouches can be used for both retail and industrial purposes. A product that can stand on a shelf with easy access to the contents inside certainly favors the retail environment as well as the consumer. Along with the big printable surface for maximum customer appeal, it’s apparent why this kind of packaging keeps growing in popularity.