Package design capabilities refer to the skills and equipment required to design and produce packaging for various products. This encompasses a wide range of activities, from concept and prototyping to production and fulfillment.
Some common package design capabilities include:
  • Concept development: This involves creating the initial design concept for a package, including its size, shape, and materials.
  • Prototyping: This involves producing a physical prototype of the package to test its functionality and appearance.
  • Printing and graphics design: This involves creating and printing the graphics, text, and other information that will appear on the package.
  • Material selection: This involves selecting the appropriate materials for the package, taking into account factors such as durability, sustainability, and cost.
  • Tooling and production: This involves producing the necessary tooling for mass-producing the package, as well as managing the production process.
  • Fulfillment and distribution: This involves delivering the finished packages to the customer and managing the logistics of distribution.
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