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Water soluble packaging

Plastic packaging contributes significantly to environmental pollution. The current trend of recycling and reuse, as well as biodegradable materials, has pushed the solution to the environmental problem in a positive direction, but companies continue to look for a complete alternative to plastic containers and bags. One of these solutions has become a water-soluble packaging, which, after use, can be completely dissolved in hot water.

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Packaging design in the competitive struggle

Marketing research shows that more than 70% of shoppers decide which product will end up in their cart only while standing in the store, so it is difficult to overestimate the importance of packaging. Commercial packaging has long gone beyond its original function — to preserve the appearance and original characteristics of the product. It is a key brand tool for attracting attention, creating and consolidating its image among competitors.

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Sustainability of plastic packaging: myths and reality

With the popularization of concern for the environment and reasonable consumption, questions about the safety of materials created by human hands, in particular plastic packaging, have become relevant. Various sources convey conflicting information about products made of polymer materials: some consider them to be an absolute evil, others — a worthy alternative to eco-materials, provided that they are consumed wisely. How are things really?

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Correx packaging

The main functions of packaging are to protect goods from external factors, including mechanical damage during transportation, as well as to attract the attention of potential consumers on store shelves. When it comes to the piece packaging of goods, manufacturers prefer corrections that perfectly fulfill this function. This packaging is a container made of PVC or PET (the second material is considered more environmentally friendly, but the production of PET braces is more expensive than PVC) with separate cells for each unit of goods.

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Blister packaging and its types

In most cases, when it is necessary to individually place a unit of production, manufacturers use a cellular structure of the package — a blister. Such packaging is a box or plate made of plastic with indentations that follow the shape of the product, and a backing made of foil or cardboard, on which advertising information can be applied. Such packaging can often be found when buying medicines, cosmetics, stationery and food.

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Flavored polyolefin films

The development of the packaging industry and the desire of manufacturers of goods to meet the requirements of safety, environmental friendliness, freshness of products leads to the development and use of new materials based on multilayer structures. For example, popular polyolefin films are made from copolymers of LDPE and polypropylene, and the material has heat shrink properties.

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