Archive for February 26, 2016

3 of the Most Common Types of Blister Packaging

Written by Economic Development Jobs on February 26, 2016. Posted in Blister packaging, Carded blister packaging, Track and trace pharmaceutical

Bottle packaging

If you’ve ever eaten any packaged food, purchased electronics, or have taken medications, then chances are very high that you have come into contact with blister product packaging. Blister packaging is a series of very versatile vinyl-plastic packaging materials that help to not only protect our materials from environmental damage, but to prevent us from ingesting any tampered or wrongful medications (in the case of children).
To help you understand this versatile and dynamic industry a little better, here are three of the most common types of blister packaging, as well as their most popular uses:

Carded Packaging
Carded blister product packaging can be seen throughout the pharmaceutical world, as it is commonly used to package medicine. Continue Reading | No Comments

Flexible Packaging for Humans, Pets, and the Environment

Written by Economic Development Jobs on February 26, 2016. Posted in Liquid spout bags, Pouch packaging services, Rollstock

Custom product packaging design

There is a lot more that goes into the flexible packaging market than the average person understands. It’s a much larger industry all together. The plastics industry contributes $375 billion to the U.S. economy and employs around one million workers. Flexible packaging is a major part of that. From pet food to sustainable shrink sleeves for bottles, flexible packaging is here to stay. Here is everything that you need to know:

  • To deliver 10 gallons of liquid, it requires only 1.5 pounds of flexible plastic.
  • Oxygen transmission rate equations are implemented into every flexible plastic campaign.
  • Products being packaged go through a chemical compa

Small Business Lending Helps Businesses Expand and Grow

Written by Economic Development Jobs on February 26, 2016. Posted in Small business lending, Small business loan company, Unsecured business funding

Small business success

Small businesses are the backbone of the economy. They provide jobs and essential products and services. For small businesses to survive and grow, capital inputs are necessary. Small business lending can provide the funding for expansion, capital investment in IT or equipment, or to grow inventory. But it’s not always easy for small businesses to get loans. In fact the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has found that after lack of experience, lack of capital is the most important reason why small businesses fail.

The backbone of the economy
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