With our UK flow wrapping services, products move along a conveyer belt, being wrapped in film as they progress and are sealed at both ends.
The flow wrapping film can be clear, varying levels of opacity, or colour-printed with branding and promotional details. It’s an inexpensive option for packaging promo items and small giveaway products, biscuits and confectionary, direct mail and brochures etc.
The benefits of our UK flow wrapping services
Typical products suited to flow wrapping include
Flow Wrapping FAQs
Flow wrapping involves products moving along a conveyer belt, being wrapped in film as they progress, they are then sealed at both ends.
The flow wrapping film can be clear, varying levels of opacity, or even colour-printed with branding and promotional details.
Flow wrapping works well for food items such as biscuits, chocolate and sweets, products samples – from food to beauty products, free gifts such as toys for cereal boxes, leaflets, brochures, magazines and scratch cards, and any products to be bundled with clear promotional packaging.
Flow wrapping is cost-effective for large batch packaging and wrapping can be done quickly for a rapid turnaround. Flow wrapping can also use food-grade polypropylene to wrap edible items like chocolate bars safely.
Flow wrapping your products is also a great branding opportunity as the printed film is fully legible.
Flow wrapping also keeps items clean so has many uses in the post COVID world.
Every flow wrapping job is different and requires a quote tailored to the particular project.
For a competitive quote to outsource your next UK flow wrapping requirement – or just to find out more about which co-packing solution would work best for you and your product – get in touch with the Codex team today on 0845 838 0040 or email email@example.com.
Our UK flow wrapping facility is conveniently located in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire – a few miles from the M1 and just 30 minutes from Luton Airport.
Our location gives us rapid access to the main UK arterial routes to the Midlands, North of England and Scotland, and south to the M25 and the East, West and South of England.