Plastic films are mainly used for packaging chemicals, consumer goods, food and beverages, and pharmaceutical products. They are light, non-corrosive, relatively cheap, and can be molded into various shapes, making them highly applicable for packaging. Their inert nature and ability to preserve products for a long period make them a popular choice in the food and beverages industry. Plastic film packaging is also preferred by various industries such as food packaging and personal care packaging, as its attractiveness aids in promotions. It is used by other industries for the packaging of products like automotive parts, industrial goods, pharmaceutical products, and other consumer goods. The various materials used in the manufacturing of plastic films are BOPET, BOPP, cellulosic, CPP, EVOH, HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE, PVC, PVDC, PVOH, and polyamide. These films prevent the spoilage of goods from air and moisture, thus enhancing the quality of packaged products.