Stand up Pouches
Plain Stand Up Pouches Supply - Bianco Australia - A Professional Packaging Supplier in Melbourne. We specialise in the following packaging: Stand Up Pouches, Box Bottom Pouches, Kraft Paper Bags, Coffee Bags, Spout Bags, Flat Pouches, Side Gusset Bags, Printing Bags, Biodegradable Bags.
Stand Up Pouches are a form of flexible packaging. Made from several layers of plastic, aluminum or foil, and other materials, these stand up pouches are strong enough to protect your food products from environmental and physical hazards that they will face during transport and storage. There are several other advantages of using flexible food packaging – manufacturers can experiment with attractive designs to make their products enticing, and they can add features such as zip locks and spouts to make packaging more convenient and usable.
These are not the only advantages of using flexible packaging. Here is a short list of more advantages:
Flexible packaging is customisation to the extreme. It can be tailored to fit your needs. Manufacturers can virtually make a packaging of any shape and size to suit your product, brand, and other business needs. This ability gives manufacturers an edge over the competition.
Flexible packaging is made from high-grade materials. Our stand up bags use food grade materials which are contaminant free and perfectly safe. Manufacturers can enhance this safety by including additional features such as ultraviolet protection.
Retailers are increasingly looking for products that show some creativity in merchandise. Flexible packaging offers exactly what they need – they can make a stand up pouch hang in a peg display or stand up on a store shelf.
Flexible packaging is reusable. Features such as zip locks, spouts, and resealable seals make usage more convenient. With consumers increasingly looking for more convenience, these features can provide manufacturers just what they need to increase sales.
Rotogravure printing is a new printing technique. Manufacturers can get very vivid and clear logos through this technique. Flexible packaging, being relatively new, combines very well with rotogravure printing.