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    FMCG Packaging

    Scalable, reliable, and inexpensive:
    Art of Packaging has everything you want in an FMCG packaging company

    FMCG Packaging Design

    Companies that offer fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs) know how unique are these products: they’re low cost, sold quickly, and have relatively low margins. These types of products require packaging that is inexpensive, available in large quantities, and quickly scalable to meet changing demand for the FMCG.

    Sadly, most packaging businesses don’t have the qualities, technical competency, and expertise necessary to fulfil FMCG companies’ needs. ¬†This is where we come in — Art of Packaging is one of the premier packaging companies in the United Kingdom, and thanks to our robust business processes and competent manufacturing structure, we can offer inexpensive, robust, and mass-manufactured packaging for all types of FMCGs out there. Regardless of size, shape, or scale, if you want a reliable company you can entrust your FMCGs’ packaging manufacturing to, Art of Packaging is the one.

      1. FSC certificates

        We believe in environmental responsibility and take special pride in conducting our business in accordance with ecological norms.

      1. 100% quality

        Maintaining the highest standards is a key issue for us. We believe our packaging is a calling card of your product.

      1. FSC certificates

        If your product requires non-standard approach, we are ready to create a customised solution to meet your needs.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is FMCG Packaging?

    The market for fast-moving consumer goods is massive — each day, consumers around the world buy hundreds of millions of FMCGs. Because these types of products need to be quickly manufactured, transported, and sold, the qualities they need in their packaging differs meaningfully from other types of products. That’s what FMCG packaging means.

    Why is FMCG Packaging Important?

    An FMCG product stops being FMCG if it can’t be transported quickly and cheaply, handled in stores simply, and can’t be produced through a sustainable business model that takes into account its low margins. The packaging impacts the ease of transportation, it impacts how easy it is stored and sold in stores, and it impacts the margins on each product.

    What Products are Included in FMCG?

    Fast-moving consumer goods might be a hard-to-understand label for people not familiar with the sector. But, if you’ve ever gone to a supermarket, you’ve seen thousands of FMCGs. For a product to be categorized as an FMCG, it should fulfil these requirements:

    1. FMCG products must move large volumes at relatively low prices.
    2. The profit margin on each product must be low.

    And that’s it.