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Learn about our state-of-the-art printing and pouch-making technology



Rotogravure was originally developed to reproduce fine art, but can now be used to create colorful images on your bags. During the rotogravure process, the image is etched onto a cylinder, creating an impression that is then filled with ink. Rotogravure creates brighter and more colorful images than traditional printing techniques.

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Formosa is capable of using various printing options such as surface printing and reverse printing. With surface printing, ink is printed on the outermost surface, and colors are added from light to dark.  In reverse printing, the colors are added from dark to light, and the ink is on the inside of the film made on the cylinder.



With our four lamination machines, including the in-house patented 5-layer high-speed lamination machine, we can engineer custom layers to suit the individual company's and industry's needs. Our technology includes polyethylene co-extrusion, dry adhesive lamination, and adhesive free lamination.

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Our in-house machines specialize in various bag types such as stand-up pouches, pillow bags, fin-seal bags, gusset bags, square bottom bags. We can also add features such as spouts, tin-tie, zipper, tear notch and infinity edges. Formosa is capable of customizing packaging to fit your needs without compromising your marketing and operational requirements.



Formosa's plant operates in a 10,000 class clean room and uses Toyota U-LINE production systems to maintain low levels of particulates such as dust and airborne organisms.

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