Choosing the Right Converted Paper
Broadly speaking, paper converting is the process of transforming raw paper material into a finished product. While the concept of paper converting may sound simple, it is anything but. Manufacturers can use numerous processes, tools, and techniques to convert your paper products into finished goods.
The methods you select will have a direct impact on paper performance and manufacturing cost. Choosing an overly complex method that goes above and beyond the scope of your intended application will push costs to unnecessary thresholds. Conversely, opting for a cheaper but ill-suited method will lead to product failure.
For instance, let’s say that you need packaging material to protect fragile products during shipping. If your manufacturer uses the wrong process, your paper may be too thin, which will result in an increase in product damage claims. Therefore, it is essential that you select the right converted paper for your project.
A Guide to Choosing Converted Paper
Although paper converting processes can be intricate, choosing the appropriate converted product for your needs is quite easy. All you need to do is find a reputable, experienced paper-converting partner. That’s really all there is to it.
So what exactly does a reputable manufacturing and converting partner look like? When you’re considering potential partners, make sure that they provide the following:
- Transparent pricing
- Converting services tailored to your needs
- A wide range of specialties
- Exceptional customer service
- Complimentary services (i.e., coating, printing, and laminating)
Would you like a manufacturing and converting provider that offers all of that and more? Contact Holland Manufacturing. Our company offers comprehensive converting services, including:
- Rewind slitting
- Precision die cutting
- Box closure
- Custom packaging
To learn more about our converting capabilities, connect with a Holland Manufacturing team member by calling (800) 345-0492 or requesting a quote online.