New Converter Flexible Pack Hopes to ‘Lead the Pack’
A new global flexible packaging company, Flexible Pack, is open for business. Located in Quincy, Massachusetts, the new converter offers flexible packaging in a wide variety of options to industries both national and international.
The company is designed to help clients bring new or updated products to market via consumer-friendly packaging by transforming continuous rolls of plastics and papers into a final product, including shrink sleeves, pouches and labels.
Flexible Pack shrink sleeves work with all types of container materials, such as cans, plastic and glass. The Flexible Pack process can accommodate unique-shaped containers and allows for 360-degree graphics, offering more "real estate" to boost brand and enhance shelf appeal.
Flexible Pack’s “lead the pack” technology produces roll-fed, plastic and wine labels and all sizes of flexible pouches, spouts and standup bottom gusset pouches, including 3-sided seal pouches, corner-spouted pouches, clear windows and zip-tops. Pouch features include rounded and mitered corners, tear notches, venting, mechanical perforating, wicketing and laser scoring or perforating.
Flexible Pack serves the food, beverage, cannabis, pharmaceutical/medical, pet food, home and garden, chemical and personal care industries, among others.
The company’s engineering and design teams are backed by decades of printing experience and are skilled at creating packaging options to enhance brand through use of the HP Indigo digital press.
“Flexible Pack offers a much-needed niche for brand owners,” says sales director Meagan Bennett. “We take pride in the many applications and benefits of our extensive product line and particularly in our sustainability practices. Being ‘green’ is another way we ‘lead the pack’ in flexible packaging.”
Flexible Pack is an independent company and a branch of NFI Corp., the global leader in high-performing digital and flexographic printing.