• Basic of Garment Packaging

    Garment packaging is the procedure of wrapping, compressing, filling or creating of goods for the purpose of protection too their appropriate handling. This is the concluding procedure inward the production of garments, which prepares the finished trade for delivery to the customer. It is an of import part of the garment manufacturing process. Garment packaging is also job to learn lot of attending from the customer. After completing the entire manufacturing task, wearing clothing is required to live packed.

  • Top 11 Benefits Of Using Industry-Grade Bulk Bags

    If you’re in a business that frequently transports materials, you probably need industry-grade bulk bags. Bulk bags are heavy-duty and durable bags, and some call them bulk containers or super sacks. Most bulk bags are woven and used in transporting heavy loads, usually carried by a forklift. 

    Bulk bags are versatile as they’re designed for different types and uses. As such, these bags are the go-to option when moving and storing agricultural food, chemical, and construction products.

  • IOT in the Packaging Industry : Smart and Interactive Packaging Examples

    As promised, here is an exhaustive list of companies currently developing and supplying sensor-activated packaging to the industry.  This list will include developers, manufacturers as well as examples of retail brands that make use of their patented technology.

  • Packaging Machinery: Back to Basics

    Deciding what packaging machinery to install in the production space is a crucial step in product manufacturing. While picking specific machines, equipment, and layout as well as the size of the workforce factors such as economic efficiency, room for growth, and level of automation need to be considered.

    In this blog, we will discuss the questions machine manufacturers and packaging specialists, together, must ask in a specific order to design and set up the best possible product floor based on their requirements.  

  • Adhesive and Peel Technology: Crash Course Part 2

    Adhesive and Peel Technology: Crash Course Part 2

  • Adhesives and Peel Technology: Crash Course Part 1

    Adhesives are widely used in the packaging industry for various purposes; for forming, sealing and labeling boxes, bags, and other types of containers. However, not all adhesives are the same in their qualities. Based on application, some are stronger, some are more permanent, and some stick quicker than others.

    To understand how these features can be varied and controlled, let’s go over the 3 forces that are considered while designing a pressure-sensitive adhesive:

  • Six Trends Influencing New Equipment Investments in Pharmaceutical Packaging

    1. Automation: Companies are investing in advanced machinery to increase the speed of packaging and improve efficiency.
  • IOT in the Packaging Industry : Prospective and Targets

    A symbol of growing interconnectivity and easy yet safe access to data, IoT is changing every industry for the better as discussed in the previous blog ( IoT part 1). In the packaging industry specifically, IOT helps increase consumer awareness and can also help in data logging and automation of processes.

  • IOT in Packaging

    IoT, or the Internet of Things, quite literally talks about how physical objects (aka things) such as machines and materials are now a part of a very large system (you guessed it right, the Internet) that allows them to communicate and share data with the help of sensors, microcomputers, assisted software, etc.

    From tracking your online shipment on your laptop to switching on the smart lights in your room using voice commands, all this  “convenient access to information” is made possible due to the “Internet of Things”.

  • From Plastic To Plastic No More

    No disruption to the manufacturing process, no commercial treatment, and no toxicity or microplastic by-product. Sounds like a dream? It’s not!

    So how does Twelve8 Technology bio-convert both virgin and recycled plastic into air, water, and less than 1% biomass AND ABSOLUTELY ZERO WASTE? Let’s find out.

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