Production techniques

Injection moulding & thermoforming

Does your product require injection moulding, or could thermoforming be an option? Together, we will find the plastic packaging material that best suits your needs.

One material. Endless possibilities.

Injection moulding

We use PE and PP granules for injection moulding. These plastic granules are heated up, melted and injected at high pressure into moulds. During that process, we can introduce IML (In Mould Labelling). Printing the packaging afterwards is also an option, of course. When the mould is opened, the packaging – which has cooled down in the meantime – is taken out. For microwave use, PP is needed, so injection moulding is recommended.


For thermoforming, we use APET and PS film. We heat up the plastic film so that we can shape it between two moulds, then push it out. Dry offset printing is possible with thermoforming, either before or after.

Printing packaging

In the injection moulding process, you can opt for In Mould Labelling (IML). We inject a label into the mould with the granules. This label is printed in advance on a thin sliver of plastic made out of the same basic material. If dry offset on monoplastic packaging – or processing a previously printed plastic film – is a better option for you, we can do that too.

Why monoplastic is the champion of the food industry


Plastic forms an effective barrier against water, contamination, bacteria and other kinds of external influences.


You can usually tell a product’s fresh just by looking at it. Plastic is ideal for see-through packaging.

High quality 

High-quality monoplastic is strong, easy to stack and doesn’t leak. It extends your product’s shelf life.


Good quality packaging is dishwasher safe, meaning it can be used over and over again. When it can’t be used any more, recycling is easy!