Industrial Packaging – the heart
of Pipeline Packaging
Our industrial packaging expertise allows us to bring the best packaging solutions to our customers. We work with you to produce the best product for your specific industry needs.
Pipeline Packaging’s Core Industries
Get your commercial and industrial packaging needs met from people experienced in your industry. We've worked in many industries over the years, so we're familiar with streamlining your process. We hope to build a relationship with you that creates success for both our companies. We do work in the following industries:
Lawn and garden supplies make up a $5.7 billion industry. That’s a lot of grass and flowers to nurture and protect. It also illustrates the challenges faced in a growing field: packaging that stands out on a shelf, durable enough to protect the product contents and be chemically compatible. Miss any one of these elements and your product will be pushing up daisies.
Practical yet attractive packaging is a must for the automotive industry. How your product looks compared to the competition can be just as critical as how effectively it performs. Likewise, having a guaranteed packaging supply that can accommodate changing buying patterns is essential for speed to market for those who plan to outpace the competition.
Shelf appeal, whether in the grocery or the wine shop, is critical to a market where purchasing is based largely on mood and trends. The right look and feel coupled with a strong brand message is quickly bought up; missing the mark leaves your bottle collecting dust. Maintaining reasonable costs and building appeal while maintaining FDA compliance creates a unique mix that few can master.
Food grade packaging, by necessity, must be utilitarian, but studies show how most consumers make their product choice at the shelf within seconds. How can a food company economically take industrial packaging designed for utility and “bake” it uniquely competitive?
From paints and thinners to industrial cleaning agents and petroleum products, hazardous materials are on the move in the U.S. every day – especially on our roads and railways. Each chemical is unique from the others; each one poses compatibility challenges for industrial packaging. How do we prevent accidents from happening or lessen their severity?
Cost-effective solutions are a challenge to the Household industry, which experiences significant local competition. Commercial and industrial packaging distributors that can offer quick turnaround times aren’t only desirable; they’re a necessity.
Sourcing chemically compatible industrial packaging that meets UN shipping requirements is a must for the industrial chemical industry. Combining those requirements with a need to transport economically can prove all the more challenging. We can easily bring all your UN regulation concerns together to find a solution.
Shelf appeal, whether in the wine shop or at the bar, is critical in a market where purchasing is based largely on mood and trends. The right look and feel coupled with a strong brand message is quickly bought up; missing the mark leaves your bottle collecting dust. Maintaining reasonable costs in addition to building appeal only adds to the unique mix.
The medical and scientific fields are driven by exacting specifications that require high degrees of quality and control. To add another dimension, both fields are broken into specializations, each employing niche packaging for their unique types of research and development. When asked to choose between quality and quantity, these industries don’t even flinch when they say, “both.”
Alternate packaging sources, UN testing and modern designs frustrate most in these colorful markets. A large variety of glass, steel, tin, plastic and industrial packaging is necessary considering the number of assorted products a single company can produce. Alternate sources frequently need to be found due to last-minute fluctuations in the market. Prohibitive costs are often the result for purchasers.
Alternate packaging sources, UN testing and modern designs frustrate most in these colorful markets. A large variety of glass, steel, tin and plastic packaging is necessary considering the number of assorted products a single company can produce. Alternate sources frequently need to be found due to last-minute fluctuations in the market. Prohibitive costs are often the result for purchasers.
The “Pet and Vet,” or Animal Healthcare, industry has taken a more human approach to their marketing in recent years. Appealing bottles and sprayers along with vibrant decorating is now the norm. Sustainable packaging demand is much higher as the market perceives animal and ecological health to be closely linked. Most companies in this industry are smaller. They find it challenging to compete against larger providers with more significant budgets.
At its heart, the pharma/nutra market faces two conflicting challenges when looking at containers. The packaging must comply precisely with specifications to protect the contents as well as offer safety features to the end user such as tamper evidence and child proofing. At the same time, shelf appeal is critical to communicate the product’s efficacy and the brand’s quality.