Food Packaging Malaysia

If you’ve got a great product that requires common or customised food packaging mould, we’ve got the skills and capabilities to support you from design conceptualisation, prototyping to production.

Combi Cup

Generic Moulded Products

In-Mould Labelling

Common Moulding

Custom Molding

Food Packaging Malaysia

Custom
Moulding Food Packaging

A fully customisable service, developing your dream packaging from ideas to mass production. Our design & development teams ensure our proposal achieves greater efficiency and marketing effectiveness.

Develop with us your next big project to achieve more with your packaging.

Food Packaging Malaysia

Common
Moulding Food Packaging

Leverage on our common range of products to enhance your food packaging experience. Available in both premium decorative methods: Combi-Cup and In-Mould Labelling.

No Investment required, short lead time, premium decorative with low Minimum Order Quantity.

Decorative Technology

Combi Cup

As the name suggests, our uniquely in-house designed process delivers a food packaging that has a combination of cardboard and plastic. With cardboard, the Combi Cup features a thin wall plastic packaging sleeved with cardboard that enhances aesthetic and rigidity.

25% Less Resources | 100% Recyclable | Premium Packaging

Decorative Technology

In-Mould Labelling

An advanced premium decorative process that is hassle-free and completes in one single process. A favourable decorative process for almost all product range from Yoghurt, Ice Cream, Biscuits and many others. With the latest technology, barrier options are available for shelf life extension.

1 Step Process | 100% Recyclable | Premium Packaging

Decorative Technology

Generic Mould Products

An option that requires no decorative for special applications or marketing preference. Products such as cutleries, caps and reservoirs.

How Can Combi Help?

If you are looking for a trusted partner who values your product and brand, reach out to us, and we will provide the right solution for you.

FAQ

Food Packaging functions is to ensure that food delivered are safe for consumption. Food packaging manufacturing must ensure that the material used and processes are compliant with Food Safety ( FSSC 22000 ). Food packaging can help your product stay on the shelf fresh for a longer time through advanced technology.

At Combi Pack, we focus on manufacturing high quality Rigid Food Packaging with Injection Moulding process.

  • Thermoforming
  • Extrusion Blow Bottles / Films

There are a great other processes that can be used for manufacturing food packaging.

When food is packaged professionally and aesthetically, consumers are more eager to buy the products as they are more convinced that the food inside is of higher quality. Food packaging design contributes to the overall food and buying experience, including enhancing the chances of impulse buying and generally helping the brand tell a story. 

A good food packaging is designed with minimal material used, i.e. Thin Wall Packaging Solution while achieving customer’s requirements (frozen, reheat, shelf life extensions, etc.).

 

Suitable packaging should also be delivered consistently in quality to ensure efficiency for your production line and ensure that it passes all functionality tests (sealing, etc.) to confirm your product is delivered with high standards.

 

Good food packaging should be designed to handle rough and long commutes and minimise any damage that may occur. It should also be sealed effectively to ensure your product is kept in good condition and does not go to waste mid-travel or on the shelves. Furthermore, it should be efficient in terms of size, weight and unpacking experience.

 

Lastly, good food packaging should have all the necessary information clearly displayed to the consumer, allowing them to make an informed purchase.

Consumer’s buying decisions are primarily affected by the information on the food packaging label. Therefore, the design should have the following necessary information:

  • Name & description of the product
  • Weight of product
  • Full ingredients list
  • Allergens in product
  • Manufacturer’s or distributor’s information
  • Number of servings per product and serving size
  • Calories
  • “Best before” or expiry date indication
  • Barcode
  • Certifications ( FSSC 22000 , Halal )
  • Other important information

In-Mould labelling is a manufacturing process that fuses the label with the packaging. A preprinted polypropylene (PP) label is placed into an injection mould where molten PP is then added to combine with the label. This technology enables moulding and decoration into a one-step process. This decorative method is promised to look stunning, and most importantly, easily recyclable. 

An in-house staff designed a decorative concept that combines the benefits of paper and plastic: a process that sleeves a cardboard sleeve around an injection moulded cup with no adhesive use. This technology brings several benefits to your product and is definitely easy to recycle as the cardboard sleeve can be easily removed.