Why Use Stand Up Pouches for Your PackagingNovember 17, 2014
When it comes to displaying packages properly, especially in store settings, typical flat-bodied packaging sometimes does not work. Why is that? The more substantial solid packaging is somewhat bulky and difficult to carry. Nowadays, lightweight packaging seems to be the way to go for most folks, but why use stand up pouches for your packaging?
Stand up pouches are not new to the world of packaging, they have been something of the mainstay for quite some time, although these have not always been a prime choice among packaging companies in the past. However, with the recent interest in lighter, more ‘to-go’ forms of packaging, stand up pouches are gaining popularity as a basic form of packaging, especially for most standard store-bought items.
The Benefits of Stand up Pouches for Packaging
Why is there so much hype over stand up packaging today? Not only is this packaging lightweight, durable, and easy-to-open, it also helps to keep things fresh without having to take up too much space on a shelf. Unlike most other forms of packaging like cans and boxes, stand up pouches can be displayed even in very tight or limited spaces. And, these do not get in the way of other products that may be found on the same shelf.
One of the true benefits of stand up pouches however lies in its capacity to literally stand up. Stand up pouches present a perfect canvas for advertising product brands, logos, and their ilk in a clear, presentable, serviceable, and easily applicable package. Unlike cans and boxes, which offer a very limited field of optimization for product logos and brand names. What’s better is that most stand up packages of late are made from a special type of material which allows products, especially food-based products, to remain fresher for longer periods of time. They are also very easy to open without having to use any specialized tools.
With all of these features in mind, it is obvious why stand up packages are slowly replacing cans as the standard means of packaging for most food producers. But what is truly an ‘additional’ benefit is that stand up packages can easily be disposed of without taking up much space. This is a huge benefit when it comes to large-scale disposal as smaller light weight packaging material is easy to carry and haul away.
With all of these things in mind, the question of why use stand up pouches for your packaging needs really just make logical sense. For more information on how to obtain customized stand up packages for your business, please visit: http://ampackaging.com.au/
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