Short Run Flexible Packaging

Short run flexible packaging makes it easier for companies to quickly place products on the shelf and reduce costs. A short run is simply the production of a smaller packaging or label count, often in the form of single use or sample packs. Quick promotions have become a common marketing tactic and companies are updating branding frequently. As a result, short run printing has surged in popularity. Here are a few benefits of short run production:

  • Lower Upfront Cost
  • Less Material Waste
  • Easier to Change Out Designs
  • Easier to Run Special Promotions
  • Improved Inventory Management

Flexible packaging has also increased due to the ability to market products using affordable materials such as film, foil, or paper. The option of short run flexible packaging allows your business to easily achieve small production counts at an optimal cost with the perk of high end graphics. Flexible packaging offers the following advantages to any company:

  • Extended Product Shelf Life
  • Improved Product Protection
  • Safer for the Environment
  • Produces Less Consumer Waste
  • Great for a Diverse Range of Products
  • Ideal for Samples or Trial Packs

Short run flexible packaging makes it easy to gain reliable, high quality runs at reduced expenses. Flexo-Graphics offers several options to ensure you gain the right short run flexible packaging solution to provide customers with an easy to use, convenient, and visually appealing product. Contact us today to learn more!

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