According to Markets and Markets report, the global industrial packaging market size is projected to grow from USD 58.8 billion in 2020 to USD 72.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.3 percent from 2020 to 2025. The industrial packaging market is expected to witness significant growth in the future due to its increased demand in end-use industries, such as food and beverage and pharmaceutical.
Aiding this industry’s growth bandwagon is Namo Pack with its state-of-the-art converting facility and decades of expertise in offering a one-stop packaging solution for its clients. The company has been one of the leading businesses in the packaging material dealers. Since its inception in 2001, they have been on a constant mission of providing sustainability laminates structure through enhanced shelf life of client’s products, and at the same time reducing packaging material consumption through laminate rationalization.
The company’s printing and pouching films are used in the packaging of snack foods, bakery products, ice creams, fresh foods, chocolates and confectionery, etc, by offering superior performance films supporting high quality printing & converting. The films could be used either as a monolayer or as a laminate on horizontal form fill seal (HFFS) and vertical form fill seal (VFFS) packaging machines.
As the Government has been changing various policies when it comes to plastic usability due to the growing environmental concerns, Namo Pack has been aiding its clients to understand which environmentally friendly products are best suited for packaging.
Ensuring Customer Centricity
The company has been serving its clients with its wide range of products and services as per their specific requirements. The staff at this establishment is courteous and prompt at providing any assistance. They readily answer any queries or questions that one may have. The company has a portfolio of products which includes BOPP Films, Polyester Film, Thermal Lamination Film, UV Inks, and specialty films such as transparent, metalized, and UV Coated Holographic Films.
“We are not into the full manufacturing of the product. We have partnered ourselves with 7-8 companies in the market, from whom we buy the product so as to serve the clients who cannot reach out to big corporate companies. So we buy and offer materials as per the customer requirements and their size,” explains Anil Jain, Director of the company.
We buy in a bulk from the manufacturers, and we slit as per the size that our customer needs. We stock it in our warehouses and supply it to our clients with respect to their requirements
“We buy in a bulk from the manufacturers, and we slit as per the size that our customer needs. We stock it in our warehouses and supply it to our clients with respect to their requirements. So with this, we ensure that they get immediate service, wherein, there is significant time saving when it comes to product transits,” he adds.
Their product quality can be measured by their list of clients that includes ITC, Parle, Nestle, Britannia, Medimix, Pepsico, among others. However, these companies are not the direct customers, but the company offers its products to their vendors, as these aforementioned companies outsource their printing services to other vendors in the market.
Robust Roadmap Ahead
“We are going for some niche industries in metalized film. So in future we are planning to put the metalized manufacturing unit considering metalized market growing by 12% to 15% in packaging segment,” concludes Anil Jain.