We get it. You're seeking packaging that's not just functional but also eco-friendly and cost-effective. You want your product to stand out, to be safe, and to resonate with your customers.
That's where we come in. Our liquid pouches are more than just packaging; they're a statement. From Cosmetics to Food & Beverage, we've got you covered.
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The custom liquid pouch market evolves. Some notable trends include:
Our liquid pouches are made from a combination of high-quality materials, including PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate), LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene), and BOPP (Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene).
These materials are selected for their durability, flexibility, and protective barrier properties.
We're committed to delivering top-notch quality. Our pouches undergo a series of tests, such as:
You can learn more about from our quality control page.
The pricing of our liquid pouches is influenced by a combination of elements to ensure you get the best value. Here's a breakdown of the main factors:
Material Composition: The type and quality of materials used play a significant role. For instance, eco-friendly or specialized barrier materials might come at a premium.
Size & Thickness: Larger pouches or those with increased thickness for added durability can affect the cost.
Printing & Design: Custom designs, especially those requiring multiple colors or intricate patterns, can influence the price. Advanced printing techniques like metallic foiling or matte finishes might also have an added cost.
Order Quantity: Bulk orders typically come with discounts, while smaller, custom batches might have a higher per-unit cost.
Special Features: Add-ons like re-sealable zippers, spouts, die-cut shapes, or window looks can impact the final price.
Customization Level: Standard pouches are generally more cost-effective, while bespoke designs tailored to specific requirements might carry a premium.
Shipping & Handling: Logistics, especially for expedited or international shipments, can add to the overall cost.