Thermoforming Films(15 companies)
Any film that is used on a flexible or semi-rigid thermoforming machine, either as part of a thermoform/fill/seal process or during package manufacturing, where a blister or clamshell is created through thermoforming. Considering switching to a new container, material? If you need a new package or consumable, explore these articles to help guide your next purchase.
Amcor Flexibles North America
Amcor Flexible makes a wide range of flexible packaging materials for a vast array of applications. Flexible packaging products include Dairy Flowpack for hard cheese packaging, shrink bags for cheese, dual chamber pouches for medical and drug combination devices, AmPrima™ recycle ready PE film for shrink and bundling applications, AmPrima PE Plus recycle ready flow wrap for wipes applications, high-barrier metal free films, cup stock, pillow bag/pouch films, liner films, vacuum skin pack film, and AmLite HeatFlex Recyclable retort recyclable packaging.
Aripack offers a wide range of flexible packaging options for various products across the food and beverage industries. Products include rollstock (both printed and unprinted), preformed bags (both zippered and non-zippered), stand up pouches, quad pouches, block bottom pouches, doypacks, forming and non-forming films, paper forming films and shrink sleeves. Capabilities include flexographic and rotogravure printing up to 10 colors, offset printing up to 6 colors and numerous lamination and coating options. Enhancements include pre-applied zippers, laser scoring, digital code application, easy peel/easy tear features and die-cut windows.
Charter Next Generation
Charter Next Generation is an independent producer of high-performance, specialty films used in flexible packaging and other end-use markets. Mono and multilayer blown films are engineered for maximum strength, a high level of flexibility, less scrap material and increased productivity. Charter Next Generation has multiple lines capable of making barrier films with up to 11 layers to protect products and prevent or minimize the migration of oxygen, liquids, oils, fats and aromas for enhanced shelf life.
Constantia Flexibles offers a wide range of aluminum, film and paper packaging products for consumer applications ranging from beverages and processed food to home and personal care, pet care, and dairy, in addition to an entire product line of flexible packaging for pharmaceuticals. Constantia’s flexible packaging offering includes a vast array of products, such as: flow wraps for hard cheese; aluminum paper laminates for butter; recyclable and monoPE laminate bags; rPET diecut lidding material for small cups; soap bar wrappers; customized pouches; twistwrap for confectionary; chewing gum blister stock; retail sachets; stick packs for liquid and dry products; cold form foil for pharmaceuticals; dry pet food bags and many more. Numerous monomaterial and other sustainable packaging solutions are also available.
Flex Films (USA) Inc.
Flex Films engineers different grades of biaxially oriented polyethylene terephthalate (BOPET), biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP), cast polypropylene (CPP), metallized films, aluminum oxide-coated (AlOx) and specialty films. Flex Films’ BOPET – used for hot stamping, retort, heat sealable films and other applications – is manufactured in formats including plain, surface, chemically coated, matte, metallizable, green, clear and extra clear. FLEXOPP™ films are used in confectionery packaging, biscuit/sandwich overap, shrink wrap and many other applications for their excellent moisture barrier, chemical resistance and good mechanical strength. Flex Films’ AlOx coated films are microwavable and can be retorted as well.
Idemitsu Unitech Co., Ltd.
Idemitsu Unitech supplies a wide range of zipper products from general-purpose zippers to special or multi-layer zippers used on flexible packaging, in addition to special film adhesive tapes for opening packets. PLALOC™ is a zipper tape providing economic efficiency and functionality to meet consumer needs for resealable packaging, as PLALOC allows the consumer to easily reseal the package after each use. The patented POCKETZIP™ is a front panel zipper technology designed for a new style of pouches featuring an easy open tab that is pulled off to open the package without the need for scissors. In addition Idemitsu Unitech offers polyolefin composite, multi-layer, and biaxially-oriented nylon films.
Multivac offers a wide range of packaging materials that are tailored to the company's line of thermoform, tray sealing and chamber machine packaging systems to ensure that optimum results are achieved. The material range comprises films, trays, and film pouches, as well as paper fiber-based materials. All packaging materials from Multivac are produced under the highest international standards for packaging materials in contact with food. All the materials in Multivac’s product range are manufactured in accordance with the relevant standards, such as HACCP, BRC/IoP and the appropriate EU or FDA regulations.
PennPac supplies converters, printers, and end user packaging customers throughout the U.S. as a packaging film supplier. In addition to producing a wide range of films for packaging such as peel-off lidding, flexible pouches and labels, PennPac offers custom roll slitting, contract slitting and plastic film sheeting. In addition to supplying BOPP, polyester, metallized, cast PP and specialty films, PennPac also provides value-added services that help customers avoid operational inefficiencies, inventory challenges, and excessive costs through its inventory stocking program and other offerings.
Polyplex USA, LLC
Polyplex Corporation Ltd. (Polyplex) specializes in polyester production, with capabilities including both thin and thick PET film in a wide range of thickness and surface properties covering a spectrum of applications. The Polyplex portfolio also includes BOPP, Blown PP/PE and CPP films produced in state-of-the-art plants with economic size. Integrated downstream capabilities of metallizing, holography, silicone coating, offline chemical coating, extrusion coating and transfer metallized paper deliver further value-added products.
Pregis LLC offers film solutions designed to meet the increasing consumer demand for convenience and sustainability in food and beverage, CPG and medical-device packaging. After working closely with clients to understand their ever-evolving goals for film performance and best total cost, Pregis turns to a data-driven process, industry experts and world-class facilities to create an impressive range of core and custom film solutions that match customer needs. Sustainable flexible film options are available.
Printpack supplies finished rollstock flexible packaging using flexography, rotogravure, and digital printing methods. Flexible packaging converting services include adhesive lamination, blown film, cast film, and digitally printed flexible packaging with custom codes and personalization features. Printpack also supplies flexible packaging film stock material that is extrusion laminated, for properties such as bulk, toughness, puncture resistance, barrier (gas, flavor/aroma, moisture, chemical) opacity, and zero cure time.
ProAmpac is a global flexible packaging bag company with a comprehensive product offering, including paper, plastic and foil products. ProAmpac’s wide range of plastic flexible packaging products are suitable for pouches and bags for food and beverage, food service, lawn and garden, pet, as well as home, health and beauty and other retail markets. ProAmpac also offers coextruded films offer three- to nine-layer custom-blended, blown structures that are designed to meet precise flexible packaging requirements. ProAmpac offers a range of barrier- and non-barrier performance films for converters and end users, and customized films for difficult vertical form/fill/seal (VFFS) applications, including hot-fill liquid, chemical, meat, dried foods, mixes and frozen foods. Adhesive laminating capabilities improve both the barrier properties and appearance of a variety of films for flexible packaging, allowing for higher speeds and lower waste costs.
Sarong (North America) Inc.
Sarong North America offers turnkey lamination, printing and slitting services for APET, PP, LPDE and HDPE flexible packaging materials with numerous barrier options available. Sarong's modern factory features a controlled environment, rigorous control of all materials from the source to the supply, and high production standards.
Winpak Lane, Inc.
Winpak is a supplier of a wide range of flexible packaging material, including bulk liners, barrier shrink bags, MAP bags, paper-based flow wrap, plastic horizontal and vertical films, rollstock lidding, shrink lidding, spouted pouches, stand-up pouches, vacuum pouches, chub pouches, multibarrier films, vacuum skin pack films, peelable films, resealable thermoforming film and others. Featured products include EcoWrap, a paper-based flow wrap that can be used to protect food or non-food products. Made from renewably sourced materials, it is 100% curbside recyclable through the paper waste stream and suitable for packaging solid, granular or powder products in frozen, refrigerated or room temperature conditions.
WJ Packaging Solutions Corp.
WJ Packaging Solutions supplies flexible packaging in a wide range of formats and features. Featured bags and pouch products include: three-side seal pouches for products like cereal; stand up pouches for frozen foods; retort pouches for prepared foods; custom roll stock for snacks (for form/fill/seal or flow wrapping); lidding rollstock for dairy cups; specialty spouted pouches for wine; flat bottom pouches for dried goods; quad-seal bags for pet foods; and spout pouches for hot fill and refill applications. Flexible packaging can be supplied with a broad range of features: resealable, pocket zippers/tear-tops, Velcro zippers, laser scoring, linear tear opening, tear notch opening, matte coating and anti-slip features. Sustainable pouch and flexible tube options are also available.
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