As experienced plastic packaging manufacturers, customers can take advantage of our proven expertise in the design of bespoke vacuum formed packaging. No matter what your material requirements, your market sector or the demands of the environment in transit or at point of purchase, Ansini can provide innovative solutions to your all consumer packaging needs through high quality vacuum formed packaging.
When choosing a solution for manufacturing packaging for your products, vacuum forming may be the best option for you for a variety of reasons.
Vacuum forming is a cost effective way to mass produce various types of plastic components, including consumer packaging. By using a precise moulding process and tailoring the mould around your product, costs can be greatly reduced as less plastic is required and consequently less waste. This is not only good for your pocket but the environment too.
Ansini customers can also benefit from low volume start-ups, low-cost tooling, high-volume production capability and low-cost manual assembly.
The versatility of manufacturing vacuum formed plastic packaging means that the process is suitable for an extensive range of packaging styles and materials. We are able to manufacture consumer packaging using a variety of materials including PVC and HIPS.
We produce a wide range of plastic packaging including clamshell and blister packaging. However, we are able to produce many more types of packaging to suit your precise needs and requirements, some more examples include:
Whilst we predominately manufacture vacuum formed packaging for the medical sector, we can also take our expertise and apply this to the beauty and cosmetics industry to create plastic box inserts for use in consumer packaging and giftware.
100% of all waste plastic generated at Ansini is recycled. As we are plastic packaging manufacturers who are able to minimise material waste costs, we can offer you even more competitive rates – with no need to pay for anything that ends up in the recycling bin.
Reflecting our innovative approach to both lean manufacturing and environmental issues, a proportion of the waste plastic we produce is converted into Ansini Spiral Tree Guards, which protect vulnerable saplings from pests and systemic herbicides.
Make to print plastic components are where they are designed, materials specified and tested by your company. The supplier only becomes involved solely to manufacture the products to the specification requested and will have no other input on the design or testing of the plastic components.
The make to print process is suitable for a variety of plastic parts which can range from small mass produced pieces to larger, more unique projects. Our make to print parts can be manufactured through the vacuum forming or thermoplastic forming process.
Furthermore, our make to print plastic components are finished to a high standard by one of our eight, industry-leading, Maka 5 Axis CNC machines which can meet even the most complex machining and trimming requirements.
If you have a question for us, or would like to discuss a specific project, please do get in touch.