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Packaging can be defined as “the science, art and technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use”. Packaging also refers to “the process of design, evaluation, and production of packages”.
Packaging can be regarded as different types. The single item such as a bottle containing soft drink can be regarded as the item that a consumer would purchase known as “primary” packaging. Where as a pack of bottles, shrink wrapped, would be regarded as the transport package used within the distribution chain is known as “secondary” packaging.
Primary packaging is the material that first contains the product. This is usually the package which is in direct contact with the contents. For example, this could be a packet for coffee or tea; or a packet for wet wips.
As technology advances, packaging machines are becoming more and more advanced to not only meet the current demands but to try and “future proof” the packaging equipment and product development within an organisation. This can have a bearing on machine costs plus the interchangeability of operators and training. From single machines, to small systems or complete lines containing more than one new or existing / reconditioned packaging machines can be installed. Depending on the size of the installation, project management methods should be employed. Have a look through our range and contact us for further details.