August 14, 2022
At brandmydispo, we sell a wide range of pre-made Mylar bags and accessories, which are

At brandmydispo, we sell a wide range of pre-made Mylar bags and accessories, which are always in stock and ready to ship worldwide.

We are also capable of producing Custom Mylar bags to your specifications, regardless of size, color, shape, or thickness.

Mylar bags are increasingly being used as a high-quality and attractive alternative packaging for all types of products. They are lightweight, very strong, and resistant to damage, and effortlessly convey a high-quality image to the customer, instantly adding value to your product.

Once you become aware of Mylar packaging in the everyday world, you will be amazed at the number of products that are packaged inside. Just a few examples include foods and beverages such as potato chips, biltong, chasels, biscuits and biscuits, cooked candies, tea, coffee, juices, energy drinks and protein powders, cosmetic products such as shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer, hair gels, and waxes, electronics, vitamins and supplements, pet food, clothing and accessories, incense and automatic components. This list is (almost) endless.

Brandmydispo has produced custom packaging for many different companies, from small startups to established multinational companies. The minimum order for custom Mylar bags is between 10,000 and 20,000, depending on the size of the bag. We can make bags in any color, shape, size, or specification. Below are some examples of the bags we can produce.

Some features of the bags shown that customers looking for custom packaging may want to consider include:

Size – bags shown range in size from just 8cm x 5.5cm, to 48cm x 61cm, although we can produce bags in almost any size

Design – we can print designs to your exact specifications on the bag. From a color print on one side to a multi-color print on both sides. We also supply plain bags in any color or size, unprinted, if required

Color – a wide range of different colors are available in both the background color of the bag and the printed design. One of the sides, or a small panel, can be transparent to display the content

Gauge – bags of varying thickness can be produced based on customer needs

Technologies – choose between matte or glossy finish

Grip-seal, smooth or child-resistant opening – One of the unique features of Mylar bags is that they can be heat sealed. Grab seals also offer a useful opening mechanism for products that must be accessed frequently. We can also produce bags with child-resistant opening mechanisms, for medicines and pharmaceuticals.

Teardrop category – tear notches allow easy opening without the need for scissors. They also work packaging as evidence of tampering, clearly showing if the container has been opened

Hang hole/hangtag – allow product hanging for easy access and attractive consumer sale

Handle – larger bags or those that can be reused often feature a cutout handle

Gusseted – Gusseted bags allow the bag to stand up when filled, attracting the eye in a retail setting. Very popular with coffee makers

pouring opening – used for beverage and baby food/beverage packaging. Allows straight consumption of the bag

Whatever your packaging needs, Brandmydispo has the experience and knowledge to offer advice and suggestions that will ensure that your product is displayed beautifully and professionally, at the right price for you.

If you have any questions or are looking for an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us. The information we need to give you an estimate is the number of bags required, the dimensions and thickness of the bag, the type of opening, and the number of different colors in the design.

Umar Nisar

Umar Nisar was born and raised in the busy city of Abbottabad. As a journalist, Umar Nisar has contributed to many online publications including PAK Today and the Huffing Post. In regards to academics, Umar Nisar earned a degree in business from the Abbottabad UST, Havelian. Umar Nisar follows the money and covers all aspects of emerging tech here at The Hear Up.

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