FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches
Description of FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches
FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches provide additional protection, and makes the pack pilfer proof and reduces theft in shipment. In commercial printing, offset printing / offset lithography / litho-offset is a widely used printing technique in which the inked image on a printing plate is printed on a rubber cylinder and then transferred (i.e., offset) to paper or other material. FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches are lightweight, durable, dependable and flexible packaging helps do its job to maintain the reliability of FMCG products inside. FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches are extensively used for packaging and storing different types of FMCG products such as milk, cooking oil, fruit and vegetables.
Specifications of FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches
|Product name||FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches|
|Laminate||2 Ply / 3 Ply|
|Size Max.||10 Kg|
|Press & Seal Zipper||Yes|
|Usage/Application||To Pack & Store FMCG Products & To Increase Shelf Life|
|MOQ For Printed||25000|
Features & Advantages of FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches
- The printed pouches offer an every-inch-of-the-bag branding area with printability on the back, front and bottom.
- They are constructed with tough, puncture resistant, moisture resistant and oxygen resistant high barrier materials to keep your products fresh.
- Printed pouches can be directly printed on or branded for easy & immediate recognisable branding.
- These pouches are lightweight and perfect for on-the-go customers and ecommerce business.
- Printed pouches increase the chance of original package retention, keeping your brand in front of the customer.
Applications of FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches
FMCG Product Packaging Printed Pouches are extensively used to pack & store FMCG products & to increase shelf life.
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