Opening Day = Box Closures

As a proud Minnesota company, we love all things related to our hometown teams. And on this Opening Day for the Minnesota Twins, we turned our attention to another kind of opening that captures our attention: box closures. 

If you want to contest the importance of and customer attention to box closures, look no further than your own experience. We don’t doubt that at one point or another, you spent more time than you like to admit lazily flipping open a magnetic box lid. Or slowly slide the top piece off of a setup box to savor the moment of getting a new smartphone or tablet. The delicious moment of flipping up a cigar box top. 

Design custom packaging that allows users to savor that anticipation. Here are some of our favorite box closures in honor of Opening Day!

Box Closures That Captivate

Slip Slant Boxes with box closures

Magnetic Closures

Far and away one of our most popular features. Magnetic boxes are versatile and instant keepsakes for users. Closures can be embedded in many different types of box styles. Plus magnets are one of the most secure types of closure so products are safe and secure. 

custom luxury boxesSetup Boxes

You might not think a lot about setup boxes having a particular flavor to their opening and closing, but consider again.  Setup boxes are a frequently used for luxury goods and technology products for a few reasons. Their rigid chipboard construction, paired with a thermoformed or custom insert, keeps the product secure. These highly-customizable two pieces allow for a high quality finish via the wrap. Most of all, the sleek design is evocative and suggestive of luxury. 

Design Your Own

When someone comes to Sunrise with a project, we do everything we can to bring it into reality – even when it means creating something new and personalized to your business objectives. We’ve taken on new interpretations when it comes to slip cases, gatefold, and more. Contact us today to start bringing your vision to life. 

Play Ball!

Openings are full of anticipation, from the excitement of a new baseball season to revealing an exciting product.  No matter which team is *your* team, Sunrise is ready to bring you and your products to the next level of success. 

Wedding Planning Binders

Ah, wedding planning binders. They’ve been a standby in an industry that’s incredibly trendy. Where brides (and grooms) spend an ungodly amount of time trying to be more creative, more innovative, more stylish, and so on. All for a ceremony that’s about as traditional as tradition can get. 

However, while brides go Bride Wars and work to out-do each other, wedding planning binders is the source for all the initiatives. It might seem that technology would have replaced the hard custom binder, and in some ways, it has. Websites like Pinterest are must-haves (spawning the term ‘pinspo’ for pin + inspiration) for getting ideas and learning how to DIY. Instagram is another source, as can be evidenced by the uptick in giant walls made of flowers after Kimye’s union. Instagram also allows instant photo sharing via hashtags, so wedding guests can upload and share their favorite informal pics at the event. 

But weddings are more than just pictures and ideas saved to a Pinterest board. There are more elements and sources of inspiration, beyond what can be pinned and posted.  As someone who works in the wedding planning world, custom binders can be a great giveaway to new clients. 

Uses for Wedding Planning Binderswedding planning binders

Getting Organized

The most obvious use is, of course, getting organized.  Include your own templates for the wedding planning, or allow the recipient to customize with their own. Many couples use color coding, custom fonts, and more to stay organized. For added adabtability, include envelopes for loose articles and receipts. 

Saving Samples

A big part of any wedding is the tactile piece. From invitations to centerpieces to colors, it’s important to both feel and see the materials prior to committing. Wedding parties want to see the colors, feel the materials, the embossing on invitations, everything.  Keeping it all one place makes it easier to compare, and also to do the following…

Showing & Telling

It’s ten times easier to show people something than it is to simply tell them about it. Hence the popularity of visual mediums.  Using wedding planning binders gives your clients the ability to show people the exact color swatches, the exact style of program, maybe even photos of arrangements and other tips. Be sure to include something eye-catching from your own business and industry to draw attention as well – this is a marketing tool, after all!

Standing Out In the Wedding Business

Working with weddings is a time consuming, emotionally-taxing role. You’re dealing with many people making big-budget decisions about what may be the most important day of their lives.  Bringing them on board means showing that you care. Whether you are a wedding planner, a caterer, photographer, or some other role, gifting wedding planning binders is literally the gift that keeps giving.  Plus, by incorporating your own subtle branding, website and more, you’re sure to add to your own business as well. 

Contact Sunrise today to start designing your custom binders for weddings! 

Etsy Custom Packaging Tips

The market for handmade goods has never been hotter, and websites like Etsy are reaping in the benefits.  Etsy is an online marketplace specializing in handmade, craft or vintage items as well as supplies. It’s relatively easy to use for both sellers and buyers, and numbers attest to that. In 2014, Etsy had over 50 million registered users, and total sales reached nearly $2 billion through the platform. With that kind of bandwidth, it might sound challenging to break through the noise as a new seller. But that’s where Sunrise Packaging comes in (locally owned in Minnesota). Etsy custom packaging is one of the best ways to retain and attract customers. 

Etsy Custom Packaging Basics

healthcare packaging
This outlet as a seller recently came to my attention when I purchased a small ring from an Etsy seller. It’s not a particularly expensive item, not vintage or anything else like that. I was incredibly impressed by the seller’s attention to detail when it came to packaging, though – so much that I realized how important packaging is, and how that fact might escape the attention of new sellers. 

Apparently, Etsy thinks so, too. They provide a literal handbook to Etsy custom packaging.  Since packaging is, quite literally, our business, here’s our take on Etsy’s suggestions for custom packaging: 

  1. Label your labor
    Etsy hits the ground running with a primer on branding. It’s incredibly important to help customers remember your business in every possible way. Crafting creative labels not only helps your business stick in their mind but makes it more likely that they’ll pass your name on.  Utilizing finishing options like debossing, embossing and other features help ensure that this will happen, or utilize a sleeve box to add some labeling. 
  2. Make Your Packaging Pop
    I couldn’t find hard numbers on what percentage of Etsy purchases are gifts, but the number is probably pretty great. Packaging that is gift-ready takes one part out of the process for your buyer. Besides, even if it isn’t intended as a gift for someone else, it’s kind of awesome to make the customer feel a little indulgent, like they’re getting a gift for themselves, isn’t it? When it comes to classic gift style, a two piece set up box is perfect. 
  3. Get Into Shipping Shape
    The last thing any seller needs is to mess up an order.  Like Etsy reiterates: how inclined are you to return to a seller who messes up your order, or doesn’t package it correctly to withstand shipping? Probably not very likely. Take the time to consider if you need any custom inserts, and the protection products might need. Thermoforming or custom formed trays might be a great way to go. 

Make Your Package Shine

Ordering things online is like the grown up version of Christmas morning. You know packages are coming on a certain day, so the expectations are even higher when you know what to expect. Let every delivery of your product generate that kind of excitement! 

Human Factors in Healthcare Packaging

Human factors is the study of how humans behave and interact with objects or services within an environment. It’s existed under many different names over time, but human factors seems to be the one that has stuck. While the field has expanded widely in the digital age–understanding how humans interact with parts of a system essentially defines a great web user experience–it has chiefly been the domain of medical devices.  For obvious reasons, it’s necessary to know how a device that regulates a heart rhythm or helps someone hear needs to work well with the human body. But just as the study has taken on new life in other formats, so can human factors inform another key medical area: healthcare packaging. 

Healthcare Packaging Defined by Human Factors

The ultimate goal of human factors applied to a product is to ensure that it’s safe and easy to use in the real world. It’s a good guideline for any product, but especially when we’re talking about medical device packaging or healthcare packaging in general. In fact, it was made a regulatory requirement by the FDA in 1990 for healthcare. healthcare packaging

Human factors sets out to study and answer three distinct questions at the outset: 

  • Who is the user?
  • What are they trying to do?
  • What is the environment of use?

HealthcarePackaging.com frames some of the scenarios for how these questions might be answered. This line of questioning is known as contextual inquiry. It reveals the key points needed to determine packaging requirements. For example, a hearing aid will need different medical packaging than a set of surgical instruments. Human factors studies, and contextual inquiries, are best conducted with actual users and customers…AKA outside of your boardroom and employee pool. It’s impossible for those close to a product to have an actual consumer mindset. And chances are that the intended use of a product will vary from how it’s actually used.

Integrating the Findings

The study detailed in the article linked above focused on finding ways to make sure the packaging reduces stress for users and simplifies things. In their study, they timed things like how long it took users to open the custom package. They also created graphics based on their findings, like the actual environment where the product is used, and how it fits in, as well as storyboards detailing how the task completion played out for various test subjects. 

Armed with this research, organizations can start to refine their healthcare packaging model. Find ways to reduce complexity and increase understanding for how users should actually be using the product.  

The bottom line? You might think you know how customers engage with healthcare packaging, but you have no idea.

Vinyl Packaging Revamped for 2016

While my parents don't admit to being hippies, their record collection tells another story.  My youth is peppered with memories set to music, not unlike an episode of "The Wonder Years." I remember running my fingers over vinyl packaging, picking out albums with intriguing album art (The Who's "Tommy" stands out in my mind) or Cream's "Wheel of Fire." I loved the velvet tones of vinyl, and the way the sound seems to fill a space. At some point, the needle on the turntable broke and didn't get replaced. We got a CD player, the records were boxed up and piled in a closet, and the beat went on. 

Since then, music has changed form a few more times. First from CDs to MP3 players like the iPod, and then to streaming with early adopters on Pandora, but now we've entered into an interesting era. In 2016, every sales channel music is slumping except for two: streaming (up 50%) and vinyl (up 11%). I don't think this is a coincidence. There's no ownership associated with streaming. Listeners can quickly sample songs and artists--literally millions of both--for either no fee or a nominal one. When listeners connect with an artist deeply, they want to invest in an experience. That's where vinyl trumps CDs, iTunes, any other form of listening experience. 

Naturally, I know I might be a little biased given my childhood love for vinyl. But there's a tangible experience that comes with holding vinyl packaging and dropping that needle, and I think there's a kind of craving for that kind of close-up sentimentality. Of course, there's more to it than that, and TuneCore has a few more ideas as to why vinyl and vinyl packaging is making a resurgence. 

Vinyl Packaging

Vinyl Packaging as a Form of Art

Whether your shelve it or frame it, album art has the potential to be iconic. Just look at The Beatles' "Sergeant Pepper" album cover. And in 2016, it's risen beyond just the album cover to origami and custom box level.

Vinyl is Tangible

I love Spotify, but here's the thing: you can't leave MP3s or Spotify playlists to your kids, or frame your favorites to put on the wall. You can't have your favorite artists sign the album like vinyl packaging. Digital has a lot of positives, but also a lot of tradeoffs.

Vinyl Goes Mobile

The majority of records purchased today also include a download code so users not only have their gorgeous album, but can also download the tunes to their mobile devices or computers for listening. Amazon is an early pioneer in providing the MP3s along with vinyl purchases.

Vinyl Sounds Off

Vinyl packaging is superior, there's no loss in mobility, so how can it get better for vinyl fans? It usually comes down to the strongest argument...sound quality:

Sound is a range of frequencies. When there is a complete presentation of frequencies that diminishes as the frequency increases, the sound seems to be more complete. Vinyl tends to present the widest range of frequencies due to its analog-to-analog production process. Digital music, because of its compression to keep file sizes manageable, doesn’t present as much of a continual range

When people make this argument, it's a passionate, emotional one.  And it's one echoed by an entire community of people who keep vinyl alive through patronizing smaller shops and hunting through garage sales as well as shopping online. Don McLean may have thought the music died, but it's alive and well decades later. 

Video Game Packaging Steps Up with Collector Editions

 

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Image: Bethesda

Video game packaging appears to be on the rise. And not just the conventional plastic-case-that-holds-the-disc-and-manual. I’m talking upscale, high-end presentation packaging. The same kind we know (and love) around here at SunPack.

Perhaps it’s the fairly limited rollout of games for the latest generation of gaming consoles that is causing video games to up their packaging ante. It’s no secret that the amount of games for PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U is low. Or maybe it’s just that video game packaging is taking a page from the book of presentation packaging. High-end presentation kits add value to any product, even video games. And that added value means a higher price tag. Which is why we’re about to see a lot more “Collector Editions.”

It all comes down to how to sell something for more. Items like video games can be difficult to upsell. What can you add to a video game to increase sales? In the past companies have tried to use downloadable content (DLC), such as a cool in-game weapon or costume. But digital content can be a tough sell. After all, there’s nothing to physically hold in your hand. Video game buyers still go back to the inclusives, the SWAG. They want stuff.

Hence the popularity of Collector’s Editions. Let’s cut to the chase: they are a product launch kit at their core. It starts with a custom box that can look like almost anything: a treasure chest, an ammunition locker–something iconic to a specific game. Inside is the game, of course, but with a die cut foam insert you can include almost anything. A figurine of a favorite character. Dog tags or keychains. A bonus disc or a flash drive. This organized, creative presentation kit can be the difference between someone paying MSRP for a game…and someone shelling out the big bucks.

 

Don’t believe me? Take a look at some of these upcoming video game launch kits.

 

Elite: Dangerous

elite dangerous launch kit

Packaging News reports that this crowdfunded game will come in a launch kit that includes a paperback book, a badge, and a t-shirt!

Xenoblade Chronicles

Geek.com reports that Wii U’s Xenoblade Chronicles is getting a presentation packaging boost including on of our favorites: a custom USB drive! That includes the soundtrack! Genius!

Street Fighter V

According to Crunchyroll, Street Fighter is getting what looks like an e-flute box housing the game and a custom statue for its Collector’s Edition.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Gamespot recently posted that the highly-anticipated installment of the Deus Ex line is getting a custom launch kit with a combination of digital and physical SWAG with its “Augment Your Preorder” campaign.

Augment. That’s an interesting word. But it’s a word that presentation packaging knows well. With something as elegantly simple as a box, you can make a product go from utilitarian to heirloom. Shelf fodder to keepsake. And gamers are paying for these augments, these upgrades. Go ahead. Check those preorder prices and tell me that high end custom packaging doesn’t add value to a product.

The Unboxing Phenomenon

We live in a world where being a “YouTube Celebrity” is a thing. Actual people, making a living from ad revenue generated by viral video views. According to Vogue, 24-year-old PewDiePie–the biggest YT celeb of them all–cleared $4 million from attracting viewers. Yeah.

 

So what are these personalities doing in these videos? Humorous lists, makeup tips, and reviews seem to round out the rundown, but there’s also this thing called an unboxing.

 

What is an Unboxing Exactly?

Oh, it’s exactly what you think it is.

 

It’s opening a boxed product (or products) for the first time and sharing its contents with viewers. Why? Well, it ends up being kind of a mash-up of a product review and that Christmas morning thrill of opening something new. That firsthand reaction giving a sense of honesty and transparency.

unboxing a product, presentation packaging

Image: PCMag.com

While YouTube celebrities are gaining from this trend, many “minor league” YouTubers are jumping on the bandwagon. Click the magnifying glass and search “unboxing” and you’ll see what I mean. Whether it’s a push for viral video stardom or an honest passion for sharing, the results are the same. If custom packaging is the first draw at retail, unboxing is undoubtedly the second. Buyers who feel a sense of regret from passing up a product might end up searching for the product online. If there’s a video of someone opening it available, this will get them even closer to the product before having to make the purchase.

 

In the realm of custom packaging design, you can take this one of two ways. One, model your custom box in such a way that the product is more visible, or adjust the graphics so what’s inside is more obvious. This could include using digital offset printing to include an image of the product along with a description, or utilizing clear thermoformed packaging–clamshells, blister packs, etc. A stronger retail-ready box might make it so your buyer doesn’t have to go to YouTube.

 

On the other hand, you might want to play up this angle. Maybe you want your custom box unboxed! If there’s one element that’s clearly the star of these unboxing events, it’s the packaging. That first moment of the video when you see the custom box with its turned edges intact, its tuck tabs still tucked, that’s when it’s the most appealing, isn’t it? There’s really something about a box that hasn’t been opened yet. All the potential it holds. The mystery! The suspense! Isn’t that what really drives people to these unboxing videos? That curiosity of what happens when the box opens?

 

So if your product starts with a rigid two-piece setup box, or a full wraparound box made of chipboard, maybe you want to court a YouTube unboxing.

Fulfillment

And if it doesn’t? Maybe it should. CNN reports that unboxing videos on YouTube have increased by a whopping 871% since 2010. And if the views are any indication of popularity, that’s some potential free advertising.

 

Start with Presentation Packaging that Accents the Product Inside.

 

Custom box design is an important part of the retail step, and with the evolution of YouTube, it’s become an even more prominent step than ever before. Even if an unboxing isn’t what you’re going for, it’s probably a good idea to keep in mind what draws people to the videos. That passion for what’s inside starts with what’s on the outside. As you might’ve guessed; even with how new the unboxing trend is, it’s still based in Marketing 101. Impressive packaging draws crowds.

Game Boxes That Pop: Building a Better Shelfie

What’s in a Box?

 

That which we call a box. By any other name would look as sweet.

 

This Shakespearian question crosses my mind a lot lately. I’m completely immersed in custom boxes, especially custom game boxes. I wish I could say it was just a professional thing, but in my free time I’m cruising a little gaming group on Facebook called Boardgame Geek. Why? Because I’m addicted to shelfies. No, not selfie–shelfie. The trend among tabletop gamers to show off their collections of game boxes. Shelves and shelves of board game boxes, a veritable library of geeky goodness!

a collection of game boxes from instagram

Organized

 

a well organized library of game boxes

Expansive

 

a collection of game boxes in a coffin-like container

Unique

These shelfies are a thing of beauty, showing off the crisp graphics and wraparound printing of custom box designs as much as the collections themselves. As I scan these photos, noting which game boxes my eye goes to first, I have to wonder what’s in a box? What makes a custom box design really pop? What makes a stack of rigid two-piece set boxes become a photographic masterpiece?

 

To further explore this, let’s look at 3 different games and their custom box design. What makes them stand out?

 

I should mention that most of these games can be found in the top-selling category of just about any store or site. So there must be something to this, right?

 

Settlers of Catan

 

settlers of catan custom box design, rigid two piece setup box

Image: Amazon

Let’s just get this out in the open, shall we? Catan is probably the biggest board game in the universe. There I said it. It’s a timeless classic. The archetypal perfect game. I’ve heard it referred to as the “gateway game” for people transitioning from Monopoly to the wonderful world of in-depth tabletop gaming. I put off playing it for ages (since I’m kind of a board game hipster) but, having recently converted, I have to say it’s a great game. But that packaging? That’s your box? Of all the game boxes you could have gone with, that’s what you’re going with?

So simple, so plain...so perfect?

The scene has a classic feel–and why mess with a classic? The warm colors are still bright enough to pop.  You can almost see the canvas as though it really were a Renaissance painting. With digital offset printing, these details can be brought to life on a custom box. Now that’s a pro tip: don’t sweat the small stuff when it comes to detail. Game boxes are the first feature of a game a buyer sees!

 

Bottom Line: Catan knows what it is. And it works.


 

 

King of Tokyo

Custom two piece setup box for king of tokyo board game

Image: Amazon

Now this is my kind of game box! Bright colors, explosive graphics, robots and monsters!  King of Tokyo is the brainchild of Richard Garfield, the developer that famously brought the world Magic the Gathering. As for the custom box design, the turned-edge graphics aren’t quite wraparound (a preference of mine) but are used in a very cool way to feature all the characters. The lamination is a combination of soft-touch matte–which reduces glare and looks sharp–and a glossy lamination around the lettering and monsters. A unique combo for sure, but it definitely works to make the name shine. A note about the game board: it’s small. Instead of going for the usual bi-fold chipboard, King’s gameboard is rigid single piece, no-fold. It’s used very smartly, and conservatively, since there is not a lot of real movement in the game.

 

Bottom Line: Contrasted with Catan, this game box has a lot going on. Totally different color scheme. Personally, I’m a big fan of game boxes that appeal to the “anime visual overload” factor, and that style really fits King of Tokyo‘s theme.


 

 

Tokaido

 

tokaido game box design featuring a rigid telescope box

Image: Amazon

In a nutshell, Tokaido is a fascinating cultural game of tourism. That’s a pretty small nutshell to try to cram it into, but the most striking element of this game is its subtlety. In all elements, not just on its custom box. The visuals and artwork are all contrasted against a stark white backdrop. You can tell from the packaging, that the game favors a simple, elegant visual presence, completely different than the first two games. Whoever designed this particular setup box was taking a cue from the current trends in luxury packaging: organic lettering, soft graphics, and a minimalist presentation.

 

Bottom Line: Compared to other game boxes, Tokaido marches to the beat of a different drum. But the striking nature of its custom box is undeniable.


All these custom boxes will stick out in a shelfie for different reasons. One with a timeless traditional look, one with a futuristic blast of color and detail, and one as a stunning example of clean uniformity. All draw the eye with very different effects. When choosing a design for your custom game box, it’s important to keep all these elements in mind. Maybe one day your game will be featured in a shelfie.


 

Custom Packaging Spotlight: Ramble FX Twin Bender Setup Box

Minnesota’s own Ramble FX knows that an elegant piece of equipment like their Twin Bender fuzz pedal needs elegant custom packaging. The custom box we crafted for them definitely fits the bill. It truly puts the custom in customized.

 

custom two piece rigid setup box by sunrise packaging for ramble fx, turned edge, soft touch laminate tray with diecut foam insert

 

This luxurious custom package is a very unique combination of elements. The Ramble FX box is a rigid 2-piece setup box which means it has a strong, durable construction of sturdy chipboard that almost completely telescopes shut. A sliver of the bottom tray remains. This design is as functional as it is visual; the flash of red compliments the box while also providing a handhold for ease of opening. A custom package should always consider having this element or thumb notches for a smoother user interface.

 

The top or outer layer of this custom packaging sports the impressive Ramble FX logo, brought to life with crisp graphics and protected with a soft-touch lamination. This soft-touch feature ratchets down the glare as well as giving the packaging a high-end feel. When you have your hands on the Twin Bender custom box, you know it’s a fine piece of hardware before you even open it.

 

The bottom tray has it’s own unique glossy lamination, giving the red a glow while also giving the bottom a smooth, clean texture. The lower tray is fit with a foam insert, die-cut precisely for the pedal and matching the colors of the rest of the packaging. The devil is in the details, as they say.

 

Ramble FX Twin Bender custom packaging. turned-edge box design, rigid two-piece setup box, offset printing, glossy lamination, soft touch lamination, diecut foam insert

 

The Ramble FX custom box has a highly-impactful presence, garnering an appreciation from the buyer that is opening their purchase for the first time, or the onlooker that may be in the market for a fuzz pedal. Truly impressive, unique, and personalized for a standout look. A beautiful frame for a masterpiece of musical equipment, and a testament to the added value of custom packaging.

 

As always, it was a pleasure to contribute to this truly artful custom packaging presentation.

Full Service Flash Drive Packaging


If you follow this blog with any consistency, you probably know how awesome the FlashPad™ is. If you don’t, here’s a brief reminder why it is the top tier of custom flash drive packaging.

 

The FlashPad is a turned-edge hardcover binding that, when affixed with a die-cut foam insert, essentially becomes a book. This “book” in turn can hold a flash drive, pen, or any other like materials. The near-endless customization options and sharp presentation make these pads a memorable packaging choice. Not everybody opens up an email…but everyone opens up a FlashPad.

But you might not realize how convenient it is to get your FlashPad from SunPack into your client’s hands. We’re practically a one-stop shop. Sure we make custom flash drive packaging, but we’re also a custom corrugated box and thermoforming facility–which means we can do so much more for you.

 

It’s Truly Full Service Flash Drive Packaging.

 

Let’s run through it, shall we?

 

Make and Modelcustom usb drives for flashpad flash drive packaging

You’ve decided you want to make a splash with the FlashPad. You’ve seen the statistics,and you know flash drive packaging will do the trick. So where do you begin? Well, technically you can start with the flash drive itself. These aren’t your father’s custom flash drives. You want one that’s dinosaur-shaped? You got it. Sunpack can get you the drive of your dreams. Consider it done.

 

 

Lock and Load

Let’s not forget why you’re going with flash drive packaging here. You’re going for all the great features a USB drive offers. Most important of all, the freedom that comes with massive storage space. With a flash drive, you can add that extra video. You can put the whole manuscript and the sequel. You can include all the photos you want. And guess what? We can load them up for you. You don’t have time to plug-and-load a hundred flash drives with all your e-materials. Let us handle that.

 

Dress it Up

FlashPad, custom flash drive packaging from sunrise packagingHave you ever heard the phrase “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have?” That’s the FlashPad in a nutshell. It’s peacocking. It’s utilizing something unique to make a lasting impression on your potential client/publisher/producer/whatever. If you’re an independent businessperson, just a startup, this is your chance to send a message of professionalism. So choose your design well. Make the FlashPad look like your book, or give it the crisp, clean logo treatment to really brand yourself. In any case, we have you covered. With offset printing, turned edges, foil stamping and embossing, you know your custom flash drive packaging will look the way you want it.

 

Seal the Deal

When your flash drive packaging is looking dapper, the next step is to make sure it’s protected. Secure. That’s we we’ll shrinkwrap it for your. Fresh off the line, will make sure those colors stay sharp, those smudges stay off, and those prying eyes keep out until it reaches your recipient.

 

Special Delivery

And speaking of recipients, we can even take care of that too. Our corrugated packaging facility can create a custom mailer that perfectly fits your flash drive packaging. You can even customize that too. Add your logo or your office address. Heck, we can even seal it up and mail it for you.
What did you think I meant by Full Service Flash Drive Packaging. Just one of the awesome things we’re doing at Sunrise Packaging these days.


 

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