Flexpak offers several packaging solutions to shipping bulk goods.
While there can be multiple solutions to any given packaging issue,
Flexpak believes there is a “best” solution to matching the packaging
process with the conditions set by both the customer’s expectations as
well as the environment the products will encounter.
Customer’s Expectations and Environmental Effects:
The goal to creating a custom packaging solution at Flexpak begins
with understanding either the current problem or the desired outcome for
the type of package (variables occur throughout the process of
packaging design, and understanding the base conditions set by both the
customers and the shipping process forms a criteria for providing a
Flexpak considers the concept of “form-follows-function” in every
effort to create a solution for an issue in the packaging process. The
package designed for rail transport will certainly be different than
pallets being loaded into a container. Considerations of graphics
desired, strength of plastics, type of shipment, type of product, type
of fastening, as well as temperature and humidity of the environment,
are all key to understanding the function of a package. When the
function has been identified, the solution of packaging form takes
Why Choose Flexpak?
Longevity is the answer. Flexpak would not exist if there had not
been a continuation of packaging success in providing practical
solutions to the issues customers encounter everyday. With over 20 years
in the market, Flexpak understands the variables to packaging. While
there are never two customers with the same conditions, problem-sets
overcome by customers in the past can often be applied to new issues
that may arise. Flexpak has provided custom covers to companies such as James
Hardy, Stimson, Polaris, Weyerhaeuser, CertainTeed, Potlatch, Georgia
Pacific, Kingsford Charcoal, Trex, Simpson, Scotch Gulf, Boise Cascade,
National Beef, Louisiana Pacific, Ply Gem, and so many more.