Horizontal & vertical form fill and seal machines which can produce containers for liquids, creams and gels.
Sarong provides a full line of packaging materials for use with horizontal & vertical thermoforming machines.
Single Serve packaging ideal for Food, Pharmaceuticals, Household Products, and Personal Healthcare.
Small packages can deliver big value – when they have the distinctive look and feel of your brand. Capture the single serve market with flair, and at a fraction of the cost of traditional jars and bottles. Pre-printed film can mirror your retail branding – including unique shapes.
Food | Household products |
Personal Healthcare | Pharmaceuticals
Single-Serve allows these sectors to:
All this while providing a distinct merchandising edge and brand reinforcement.
Horizontal & vertical form fill and seal machines can produce containers for liquids, creams and gels. The fully automated in-line process can:
1) Load plastic films and program product fill levels
2) Thermoform the plastic film into 3D shapes
3) Fill up to eight different containers simultaneously
4) Seal with heat and pressure - 100% closure
5) Stamp & score any package perforations
6) Die cut individual servings, or in multipacks of 2 to 8
Sarong provides a full line of packaging materials for use with horizontal & vertical thermoforming machines. Choose from:
Film identification, testing and local supplier audits available.
Sarong is privately owned, established in 1972 to introduce the first fully automatic packaging machine for the production of single-serve pharmaceuticals.
Sarong North America opened in 2012, in the Greater Toronto Area to provide sales & support of thermoforming machines and packaging film for North America.
The North American team includes engineering and technical support to work with customers throughout the life cycle of their projects: from the packaging definition, the preliminary trials and process validation of the packaging, to machine installation, operator training and the after sales parts & service.
A testing laboratory is available in Mississauga for preliminary thermoforming trials.