Allflex Announces Wide Variety of Packaging Solutions This February


Ambler, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/24/2014 -- Allflex is pleased to announce they will continue to offer a wide variety of packaging solutions to customers this February. Individuals thinking about how they are going to package their next product will find multiple options by visiting the Allflex website. Not only does Allflex offer a large variety of packaging materials to choose from, they also offer them at the most affordable prices so companies can save money and run more efficiently.

Allflex will fabricate and mold their customers’ components based on their quantity and shape. One example showing the custom packaging solutions is with injectable molded parts. Customers who need packaging for injectable molded parts will receive small quantities or prototypes within a couple of weeks from the time the 3D CAD submissions are submitted. Allflex is also available to develop 3D CAD submissions for customers.

Allflex reviews each customer’s specific requirements in order to supply them with the ultimate packaging solution. The packaging design solutions featured by Allflex include: Corrugated paperboard, paperboard, flexible foams, plastics, wood, metal and molded pulp.

Allflex is excited to work together with new customers in 2014, developing and designing them a solution for their specific packaging requirements. As part of their service, Allflex responds quickly to inquiries and offers the most practical and cost effective solutions. For more information, speak with a customer service representative by calling 215-789-4441.

About Allflex
For more than 45 years, Allflex has been providing solutions for your parts and packaging needs. There is major emphasis on design with particular attention to material selection to enable top functional performance at reasonable prices. Allflex offers a variety of options in material selection, structural designs and solutions including those involving sustainable packaging. It starts with design, followed by prototypes, then production and if required, assembly.

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