Materials with excellent cost benefit
“I want it cheaper because I need a lot.” The best example to respond to this is to use film material in various situations to adapt to your needs. For example, as shopping bags during sales events that requires a bulk order or as a rain cover to protect paper bags and precious items from the rain or as a product package that can stretch and conform to perfectly fit what it is wrapping by utilizing its elastic property. Also, gravure printing is mainly used for film materials and one of the greatest features of gravure printing is its high-resolution for photos and illustrations. Vividly printed designs and images would leave a profound impression on those who carry them and can also serve as an effective advertisement tool.
Extensive variety of shapes and materials
Polyethylene bags come in various forms that take advantage of its cost effectiveness and its high processability for designs. It could be a handle bag that comes in one piece by making a handle hole in the body of the bag, a loop handle bag that requires an extra step to attach handles to the bag, or a shoulder bag that makes it possible to carry by shoulders by running strings through it. A great number of options are available depending on purposes and materials. There are many materials such as the most commonly used Polyethylene, OPP, and CPP, environmentally-friendly materials that are biodegradable, and come in white, transparent, or in color variations. They are not only cheap but are also excellent for creating originality and designs.
Film packaging is widely used in our everyday life thanks to its low-cost, mass production qualities. However, in recent years, there have been growing concerns on its impact to the environment such as its depletion of petroleum resources or its destruction on the ecology of marine life when sea animals mistakenly consume plastic products as food. As many countries all over the world have started to take countermeasures, raw material manufacturers began developing biomass-plastics that are made from plants and biodegradable plastics that microorganisms can easily break down. We are dedicated to continuing our research on these materials and are promoting a more eco-friendly, clean “Product-making” process.