The manufacturing of non woven bags: An inside view

Sunny Singh

, Industry Talk

Available in various colors and designs, nonwoven bags are sturdier alternatives to frail polythene and paper bags. Ever wondered how nonwoven bags are made? Zedpack, one of the leading nonwoven bag manufacturers in Delhi, shares the process. Take a look:

  1. Designing

Designing is the first step in the making of a nonwoven bag. Designers at Zedpack bring the clients’ ideas to life and create bags that reflect their brand’s identity. Exclusive and customized designs help cement your brand name in customers’ memories.

  • Cylinder/Plate Making

Next, cylinder/plate making is done with the help of rotary printing. Non-woven fabric is then fed between the gravure and impression cylinders, thus creating consistent prints.

  • Printing

The printing process ensures that the best quality print to the clients. These prints are usually curated pertaining to the clients’ needs, revealed a representative from Zedpack. The company uses state of the art Roto-Gravure and Flexo printing machines for best quality prints.

  • Inspection

After the printing process, inspection of the print. The print has to be in accordance with international standards as well as suit the texture required by the client’s brand.

  • Extrusion Lamination

Zedpack ensures that all your bags are printed alike and meet all the quality standards. The printing inspection machines facilitates the company to check the prints and also monitor their quality.

  • Slitting

Post extrusion lamination, state-of-the-art machines are used to slits large rolls of nonwoven fabric. The slices thus obtained are later given the shape of bags.

  • Bag Formation

With the help of ultra-sonic heat seal technology we reduce the costs and product waste, and create bags that are strong and sturdy. The technology enables the production of bags that have no leaks, while reducing the costs and product waste.

  •  Final Inspection and Quality Check

At Zedpack, each stage of manufacturing a non-woven bag includes quality checks. The fabrics are tested for quality and checked if they serve the clients’ purpose. The designs are then monitored to match the expected output along with the brand’s identity.

The end result: fascinating nonwoven bags that combine sturdiness with attractiveness.


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