Bagging


Assemblies Unlimited offers a wide variety of bag filling services of any type of the following bag types:  poly bags, manual bagging, automated bagging, pouching, cello wrapping, PVC, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, bottom load, zipper bags, gusseted bags,  flat bottom bags, bags with headers and more.

We serve all industries and provide full turn-key custom bagging solutions for any type of product.  With over 18 years of experience, we will be able to help you with the package design and help you determine the best size suited for your application, then we provide quick turnaround from material sourcing to finished assembly.  You supply us with artwork and your product, and we do the rest!  Contact Assemblies Unlimited today for your next bagging project.

Considerations for pricing a bagging project:

  • Size of bag required
  • Type /Style of bag
  • Seal method
  • Material thickness of bag
  • # of colors to be printed on bag
  • Fill weight
  • Number of drops into bag
  • Zipper?
  • Bottom load?
  • Who supplies bags?
  • How finished bags get packed out for shipping?
  • Any labeling requirements
  • Any date/lot coding requirements
  • Turn around needed

 

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Absolutely rocketed sales!

Working with Justin and his team at Assemblies Unlimited was and always is seamless. They helped us create and produce a patient sample for two of our products that absolutely rocketed sales. The quality and service is why we will continue to entrust Justin and Assemblies Unlimited with our business.

David Cooke
Advanced Theraceuticals, LLC

Made the process for us, fast and efficient!

We’ve worked with Jim DeKosta for over a year now – since our product was just a concept. Since that time, we’ve gone through product development and production as well as packaging concept, development, testing and production. Jim has always made the process for us, fast and efficient. Our experience was further challenged by the supply chain disruptions driven by COVID. Jim once commented that in his role, packaging, they’re always the last mile in the supply chain. All the problems that cause delays upstream in the supply chain flow downstream so that when AUI receives the products for packaging – every delay short and long accumulates and the urgency to ‘pack and ship’ becomes even more urgent. All I can say – given these strange times and unpredictable supply chains, you can’t do better than having someone like Jim/AUI in your corner getting you to market.

Brian Baum
Cannovia