Since their creation, plastic has been the most often used material for food and beverage packaging. It has evolved into food-grade packaging material that has received regulatory agency approval over time.
The technology and application of food packaging trends have altered, and they now have a visible role in the appeal of the company’s brands. Smaller food and related product packaging sizes have become more prevalent as nuclear families and disposable income have increased.
GHG emissions from flexible packaging are lower than those from conventional packaging. Customers can use and reuse the spouts, zip locks, and resealable packets very conveniently.
Despite the several layers of film produced, flexible packaging also has cheaper manufacturing costs since fewer materials are needed. The packaging’s many layers prevent wear and tear during shipment and virtually eliminate tempering and leaking issues.
The South Korea Flexible Packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Flexible packaging company ePac has announced intentions to construct a new facility in Seoul, South Korea, as part of an expansion of its network of manufacturing facilities in the Asia Pacific area.
The company’s second facility in the Asia Pacific region, ePac Seoul, Ltd., is now accepting orders at the new location.
It is a collaboration between ePac Holdings, ePac Holdings Asia, and the CC Labs company in South Korea.
Future regional expansion of the business will be handled by ePac Holdings Asia, an associate of ePac Flexible Packaging.
For companies that previously had few options for sourcing their packaging, ePac offers innovative flexible packaging. Customers won’t have to import their packaging, buy more than they need, or use blank containers as labels.
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