If you have to consider the material(s) for your product, what alternatives would you consider? Chances are that you might be moving towards conventional materials such as glass, metal, cardboard, and others. However, experienced packaging designers will suggest the use of a flexible material. Package design no longer meets only the basic requirements (transport information, display, transportation-friendly design, content protection, and proper containment chamber).
The scope of the requirement has been extended to ensure environmental security, improved logistics, content protection from chemical and biological agents, economic considerations (cost, reuse, application, etc.), and utility packages.
What Is Flexible Packaging?
If you’ve been shopping recently, you will realize that the products are offered in a package that is easier than what was presented previously. Such flexible designs have garnered positive reception from businesses as well as consumers.
While consumers are treated with better security products, greater comfort, improved functionality, and guaranteed consistency at a high-quality level, the businesses benefit from better aesthetics, reduced damage to the package, attractive appearance, and shelf space optimization.
Flexible packages are preferred due to their versatile functionality, cost-effectiveness, and convenient storage/transportation features.