Packaging machine selection, technical capabilities, workforce requirement, worker safety, sustainability, serviceability, reliability, ability to be combined with packaging line, capital cost, footprint, flexibility (change-over, material, multi-product, etc.), energy requirements , quality control of outgoing packages, attributes (for food, medicine, etc.), throughput, efficiency, productivity, ergonomics, return on investment, etc. covers.
Programmable logic controllers (software) and robotics are increasingly used in automation work on the packaging line.
It is a package style that still remains the most popular and can be attractive with the right film selection and graphics. It is simple to manufacture, enables packaging at high speeds, and creates less film cost compared to other package types.
The package that has an ironed bottom source and can stand upright on its own is called a 'stand-up' package.
The type of package with the upper and lower skateboards ironed and folded is called the 'Brick package'.
Quattro / Stabilo Package
Stand-up package type with six folded, ironed sole and edges is called 'Quattro Package'.
Brick Quattro/Stabilo Package
It is a type of pack of 'Brick pack' with the top and bottom folded, the sides ironed on the top and bottom.
It is an easy-to-open, flexible and reclosable Stand-up package type (bulk package).
Zip Doypack Package
Stand-up package type (Doy-Style Package) with resealable lid. The 'G' package shape is patented by Amcor Flexibles in Europe under the name 'Easy Pack' and can only be formed if the film manufactured by Amcor Flexibles is used.