Types of flexible packaging

  • Flexible polymer films in rolls

  • Flexible film has the ability to be customized, based on the specific needs of a particular product and at the same time responds to current sales and marketing trends. This solution gives you the opportunity to tailor your packaging with shape, size or visual needs according to your unique specifics and market objectives. The films can be made of various polymeric materials which all have specifics characteristics. With a wide range of special features, we can provide high protection and a longer shelf life of products and produce packaging that is unique, flexible, economical, easy to use and visually attractive.


  • Pouches

  • Flexible pouch packaging is customizable so you can transform it into any size and shape. They are used in a wide range of applications: 3-side-seal pouches, gusseted bags, stand-up pouches, spouted pouches, zipper pouches, vacuum bags, sterilization pouches, retort pouches, micro-waivable pouches.

    The stand-up pouch has become the dominant packaging style in the flexible market.

    They require very little material and are unbreakable. These bags are easy for transport, material savings, and have the possibility of repeated use, perfect food storage and a large area for printing (branding).

    Common applications include packaging of food products, confectionery products, biscuits, coffee, powdered milk, snacks, etc.


  • Sachet

  • A sachet could also be called a small pouch, except that in a sachet, only a single (piece) product is usually packed and the content is closed by sealing (welding) on all (four) sides. Most often it is made of laminated paper and aluminum and/or PET film. With a fully pressable surface, it offers a great opportunity for branding and marketing.

    Applications that come in various sizes and shapes can be packed with an extremely wide range of products: powders, soaps, shampoos, coffee sugar, tablets, liquids, etc.


  • Wrappers and wrapping

  • Wrapping is a packaging process whereby product is wrapped in clear or printed film. With the wrapping process, we get the tightly fitted flexible package which is in many cases completely over wrapped in paper, foil or film. A fully wrapped product with completely printable surface offers a great opportunity to brand and expose the product's visibility and identity to the customer. The wrapping process is used to pack cookies, chocolate bars, confections and vegetables, soap bars, coffee pods, medical items, etc.



    Twist wrapping is most commonly made from cellophane. This type of flexible packaging is suitable to wrap and twist shapes that are square, oblong, cubed, and elongated in shape such as toffees, chocolate balls, and other types of candy products and confectionary items.

Form-fill-seal (FFS)

When we produce printed polymer film at our company, it is ready for the production of various types of flexible packaging. The following is the FFS process which is fully ongoing at our costumers.

Form-fill-seal (FFS) is a process in which the package from flexible film is formed, filled with a wet or dry product and sealed closed. FFS machine constructs plastic bags and stand-up pouches out of a flat roll of film, while simultaneously filling the bags with the product and sealing them. FFS machines might fill the package from the top or the side. The most common is the horizontal and vertical principal of FFS system.

There are different types of machines (vertical oz. horizontal) used to form, fill and seal the variety of packs, to wrap products or to apply lidding.