ODM Group has a lot of experience with design and manufacturing of custom packaging in various materials.
After working with several industries, e.g., beauty and fashion, we developed long-term stable relationships with partner factories that help us source premium quality materials with best prices in the market.
When starting packaging projects, the first vital step is to make artwork and sketching while making sure that the design can be manufactured. Our passionate in-house design team, Mindsparkz, guides our clients from selecting the materials to suggesting alternatives and solutions concerning the aesthetics, thickness, and durability they’re looking for in packages.
We can work with different packaging resources that the clients want. The MOQ and unit costs vary, on the other hand, depending on the final artwork specifying the components, sizes, and Pantone colors.
Examples of Custom Packaging Material Options
- Paper/cardboard: They have been the most-used packaging items since their invention. With such versatility and a bit of creativity, paper can be the perfect match for your product. What’s more is that the MOQ for paper/cardboard packages is only 1000 pieces.
- Acrylic: Very often used in POS display packaging, it is known to be a sturdy and thick material. You can color acrylic to match any brand. It’s perfect for those vibrant, youthful labels that want a statement packaging on the shelves.
- PP plastic: Through numerous processes, polypropylene (PP) can be molded and shaped to nearly any form imaginable. With various ingredients in the market, different properties can also be achieved.
- Leather: Due to its comfort and durability, leather is mostly used for premium packaging. Like wood, it will always increase the perceived value of a product, as well as boost the visual quality of the brand. Leathers, whether real or fake, can be tanned to come in a range of tones and colors.
- Carbon fiber: In the race car industry, carbon fiber is an extremely durable material, especially if it is of high quality. It is available in a vast range of colors, crazy textures, and patterns. Rubber can be a cheap alternative to it, depending on the finishing performed during manufacturing.