Carded packaging which includes such processes as skin and blister
packaging, clamshell packaging and Stretch Pak is a cost-effective way
to offer a high level of security, visibility and marketability to small
consumer & industrial products.
Skin Packaging refers to the process of applying plastic film to affix
product to substrate of paperboard or corrugated sheet through the use
of heat and vacuum. Blister packaging involves applying pre-formed
rigid plastic film to affix product to a paperboard substrate or to
encapsulate product in a clamshell style unit. Stretch Pak allows the
product to be viewed in a 360-degree visibility format while being held
securely in place with crystal clear DuPont Surlyn flexible film.
Whether you need tamper-resistant packaging such as clamshells, blister
packs, inserts and trays, printed cards or other types of custom
thermoformed packaging, Associated Packaging can solve your most
complicated carded packaging needs by offering you a variety of
machinery, standard and custom packaging styles and materials, as well
as turnkey services such as professional design, construction, and
Associated Packaging supplies skin systems (sealing machines and die
cutters) in manual and fully automated modes along with Dupont Surlyn
and polyethylene skin films and blister systems (sealer equipped with
resistance, induction, RF or ultrasonic type seals) in manual and fully
automated modes. We also supply the blisters and clamshells as well
as paperboard (printed or unprinted) substrate and printed insert cards
for product identification.
Blister packaging is an inexpensive option of packaging in
which product is placed in a pre-formed, clear PVC plastic
tray and backed by a printed card or foil. The blister
packaging is attached to a blister card through a
heat-sealing process that allows the product to be displayed
in a wide variety of methods.
Blister packaging offers a range of benefits:
Our packaging specialists will gladly help you choose the
right carded packaging solution for your product requirements.