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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. Read More…

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.
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Greeneville, TN  |  423-638-1284

With our longstanding history of being at the top of the market we are committed to bringing our customers only the best in quality, service and reliability.

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Valk Industries, Inc. $$$

Racine, WI  |  262-639-7800

For over 25 years, custom packaging and contract packaging services have been our number one priority. We are recognized for high-volume finishing and custom packaging, shrink packaging, labeling, blister packaging, specialty packaging and fulfillment services. ISO 9001-2000 certified.

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Warren Industries, Inc. $$$

Neenah, WI  |  920-722-2345

Packaging is the first impression a customer receives. Using our incredible packaging we will be able to walk you through the step by step process from design to finished in-your-hand product, and all steps in between. Our incredibly skilled staff is available around the clock to answer any questions you may have with our amazing projects. Come check out our website, send us a personalized email or call us today for more information today. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Apricity Contract Packaging $$$

Baltimore, MD  |  410-687-0007

With an uncompromising approach to quality, service and customer satisfaction, Case Mason is your one-stop partner for all of your contract filling, packaging, third party logistics (3PL) and fulfillment needs. We specialize in cosmetics, foods, spices and beverages, as well as home, specialty and industrial use products. Our clients experience reliable and efficient solutions, combined with excellent customer service. We handle all of the supply chain details, delivering exactly what you need, precisely when you need it.

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Case Mason Filling Inc. $$$

Peoria, IL  |  866-669-2774

Packaging is the first impression a customer receives. Using our incredible packaging we will be able to walk you through the step by step process from design to finished in-your-hand product, and all steps in between. Our incredibly skilled staff is available around the clock to answer any questions you may have with our amazing projects. Come check out our website, send us a personalized email or call us today for more information today. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Peoria Production Shop $$$
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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.

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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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