What is tube filling and cartoning?
Tube filling is usually reserved for liquid filling of varying viscosity. The types of products most commonly used for tube filling are lotions, creams, scrubs, masks, gels and paste.
Cartoning is generally used in conjunction with tube filling. The display packaging for tubes or bottles in cartons. The cartons are produced from coated paper or paperboard cardboard. Cartoning may be used as an end service for tube filling. Cartons vary in shape, color, size, texture and structure. Their usage varies from industry to industry.
How are tubes filled?
Tubes are filled from the back end. Tubes are first put into a machine, sanitized, oriented, labeled, filled, heated for a seal crimp and finally, lot coded. The excess waste is cut off from the tube and it exits the chute, where it’s tested for leaks. After inspection, the tubes are packaged away.
What are the advantages of tube filling and cartoning in packaging?
Ideal for health and beauty products.
Health and beauty products are often filled in tubes for easy customer handling.
Great for packaging liquids, thick or thin.
Because of its varying material, tubes can release thin or thick product with ease.
Tube filling services we provide:
Cartoning services we provide:
We can create several variations of auto-bottom tuck tops for quick assembly. Please note that custom tooling is required for every machine automated carton.
We will provide an initial mockup/prototype for any service where applicable.