Inside Packaging Part Four: Trifold Plastic Packaging

Posted by Rob Helmke | Tuesday, February 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Like clamshell packages, trifolds are hinged packages that snap themselves shut with molded enclosures. These intricate, complex packages do much more, though—instead of being flat with a single hinge, this type of plastic packaging has two hinges with a flat bottom. This gives you the option of standing your product up on a shelf, as well as the ability to hang it from a peg. Like all good things, there are tradeoffs, but trifolds are ultimately unique in their strength, versatility and appearance.


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