|Packaging has evolved over the years. Previously, its basic role was to ensure that product items were delivered to end users safe and sound--and in tact. Its current role, however, has expanded to include managing a variety of areas in a logical and seamless format, from distribution up to sales.
The requirements of packaging functions have also changed. At present, packaging is required to preserve product quality and fulfill a number of new and expanded roles such as temporarily preserving and storing product items, as well as enhancing their commercial appeal.
Packaging styles that our machines handle vary with the product items to be packaged, depending on the materials, sizes, weights, and features of the items. Nowadays, packaging needs to reflect, and also respond to, the various lifestyles of customers. In addition, packaging needs to take into consideration aspects such as safety, ease of use, and environmental concerns too, as these all affect the style and functionality of today’s packaging requirements.