All of our bespoke packaging pouches and doypacks are certified as food grade and additional testing is available on request. Our high barrier pouches utilise layers of aluminium and nylon to make them suitable for secondary medical packaging and for a wide range of biological and laboratory uses.
We understand that the laboratory, biological and medical sectors require technical expertise to achieve the necessary specifications for your product packaging. Polypouch have a wealth of experience in our sales team to achieve the necessary results and will work with you to ensure you are more than satisfied with the final product. We can use materials such as aluminium and nylon to provide an excellent gas and moisture barrier, and can customise the thickness of the materials to provide rigidity for transportation purposes.
If you require specific testing for your bespoke pouch packaging then Polypouch can arrange this for you. We are regular suppliers of side gusseted pouches, flat pouches and sachets with high barrier properties to this sector and have a wide range of options available for bulk purchasing if you require unprinted pouches. If you are looking to start using branded packaging for the first time, our graphic design studio can produce anything from a logo to full pouch artwork on your behalf. Please get in touch to speak with one of our pouch specialists.
Whether you need a logo for your medical products or artwork for the entire pouch, our graphic design studio can help your product make a real impact. Our custom printed packaging designs are affordable and high quality, and made to order to fit with your brand guidelines and ensure your product stands out in a saturated market. You can view some of Polypoch’s pouch designs in our bespoke packaging design gallery.
Perhaps more so than any other industry, the laboratory, biological and medical sectors require a high level of technical expertise when selecting product packaging and ensuring all necessary specifications are met. Pouches allow you the freedom to choose the correct materials for your medical packaging requirement, a high moisture and gas barrier aluminium pouch for example, as well as customise the thickness of the pouches to allow for extra durability during transportation.
One of the key considerations when choosing packaging for a pharmaceutical product is, without doubt, ensuring that the safety and integrity of the product will not be compromised. Keep your medical and lab product safe by opting for pouch packaging – stand up pouches are specifically made with high barrier materials that make sure the products are protected from outside factors such as UV light, moisture and oxygen.
Another important factor for many medical product manufacturers when it comes to packaging is whether or not you can display important product information clearly. Unlike the limited spaces offered by other packaging options, stand up pouches offer maximised printable area, thus allowing pharmaceutical manufacturers to display ingredients, dosage, warning labels, expiration date and other essential information.
It’s important to consider ease of transport when deciding how to best package your products. Stand-up pouches, for example, are incredibly lightweight, easy to stack and store in large quantities, which is a clear benefit when compared to larger, more inflexible options such as tubs and jars.
Medical pouches are also senior friendly whilst remaining child-resistant, and thanks to their grip-seal closure, are easy to reseal for repeated use, keeping the contents from spilling or being compromised by outside influences.