Primary co-packing is packaging that works directly with the contents of the product. For example, a company that is a primary co-packer for a winery would be the one doing the liquid filling of the bottles from the barrels.
Secondary co-packing is the transition from finished product to being ready for delivery. This can be variety packs of your favourite items or simply having your product compiled in a bulk format for your customers’ needs.
Re-packing in the co-packers world means for us to take say 12 face creams and “re-pack” them into a container to be delivered to the retailer as 6 face creams. This makes distribution more simple and accessible for you to deliver effectively to your clients needs.
A Variety Pack or Mix Pack is the culmination of various products, often from within the same category, into a smaller package for the consumer to experience. For example a variety pack of silk scarves from all over the world in a vast selection of colours.
Bundle wrapping is similar to wrapping up leftovers to send home with a guest. Except the plastic film is thicker and more opaque than most plastic wrap that you would use in the home, and it is used to encase a tray full of product. This provides a secure, clean and protective way to prepare our clients' products to be ready for delivery with consistency and stability every single time.